Performance site specific with the mamuthones mask
Luigi Frassetto Quartet plays Ennio Mmorricone
Pays homage to Ennio Morricone with a selection of themese from the vast production of the Maestro.
Che cosa sono le nuvole?
A show that combines writings and film sequences of the great Friulian artist with a musical journey that investigates Pasolini's fertile relationship with music.
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Contemporary rituals from Sardinia
Is a site-adapted performance, emerging from an ongoing research around a strong, archaic and performative bond between nature and culture, as well as the still present ritual of the Carnival. This physical performance celebrates nature, fertility, Mother Earth, and natural elements. Dance and original soundscapes engage the audience in an universal “sardonic” ritual where past and future meet in a suspended time.
Chiara A. Murru
Lives and works in Alghero (Sardinia – Italy). She is an actor, teacher, director, and founding member of Spazio T – cultural association, Theatre School, Youth Center and Production Company. While exploring the blending and interweaving among different theatrical languages, Chiara Murru’s theatrical approach focuses on the body and movement, and the potential of archeological and unconventional sites for creating site-specific performances.
Francesco Medda “Arrogalla”
Electronic music producer and performer. He was born in Quartu Sant’Elena, Sardinia (IT), in 1981. Since 2003, he is been developing Arrogalla, dub music project inspired by Sardinians traditions, environments and landscapes. He is the founder of the netlabel Mime and co-founder of the Malasorti, Baska and Bentesoi projects. He has performed throughout Europe and has published for national and international music record labels. Francesco Medda is a creator of original soundscapes and collaborates in theatre, video, photography and dance projects.
Luigi Frassetto Quartet plays Ennio Morricone
Omaggio a Ennio Morricone
Luigi Frassetto, composer and musician (Sassari, 1980), pays homage to Ennio Morricone with a selection of themese from the vast production of the Maestro. From the ethereal melodies of Once Upon a Time in America to the musical experiments for Vittorio De Seta and Dario Argento, from Metti Una Sera A Cena’s lounge to Elio Petri’s grotesque atmospheres, to the epic rides of the “dollar trilogy”, Luigi Frassetto Quartet – Luigi Frassetto (arrangements, guitars, vocoders), Marco Testoni (keyboards, theremin, acoustic guitar), Edoardo Meledina (electric bass, double bass, sampler), Lorenzo Falzoi (drums, percussion) – explores the Morriconian world with an adventurous palette of musical timbres and colors, following the path traced by the great composer of music for cinema.
Che cosa sono le nuvole? Live and death of Pier Paolo Pasolini in words, music and images
Omaggio a Pasolini
Luigi Frassetto, composer and musician (Sassari, 1980), presents “What are the clouds? Life and death of Pier Paolo Pasolini in words, music and images”, a show that combines writings and film sequences of the great Friulian artist with a musical journey that investigates Pasolini’s fertile relationship with music.
In a trajectory that goes from Pasolini’s youthful love for Bach to the soundtracks of subsequent cinematographic works (with particular regard to the collaboration with Ennio Morricone), passing through the many songs written by Pasolini for Domenico Modugno, Gabriella Ferri and others, Frassetto (electric guitars and electronics) avails himself of the precious collaboration of Angela Colombino (singer), Antonio Cabras (narrator) and a string quartet formed by Alessio Manca (violin), Francesca Fadda (violin), Gioele Lumbau (viola) and Paolo Tedde (cello).