CHORUS LINE #1 - Gesualdo / Madrigaux italiens

CHORUS LINE #1 - Gesualdo / Madrigaux italiens

If it is a little easy to automatically associate Italian music with the voice, it goes without saying that, from Monteverdi to today, there are many composers who have been able to play with the colors of the Italian language. In the company of the Multilateral Ensemble, the Radio France Choir illustrates the Italian madrigal tradition, which starts with Gesualdo and, via the great Luciano Berio, is cultivated more than ever by Fausto Romitelli, who died prematurely in 2004, and the very contemporary Francesco Filidei.

Program

Francesco Filidei
I funerali dell'anarchico Serrantini

Carlo Gesualdo
Tu piangi o Filli mia

Luigi Dallapiccola
Due cori di Michelangelo Buonarotti

Francesco Filidei
Tutto in una volta

Fausto Romitelli
Professor bad trip : Lesson III

Luciano Berio
Magnificat pour deux sopranos, chœur mixte, pianos et instruments

Cast

Ensemble Multilatérale
Chœur de Radio France
Léo Warynski, direction

2022

October

October 18 2022CHORUS LINE #1 Gesualdo / Madrigaux italiensMaison de la radio et de la musique - Paris 16e
8 pm With the Ensemble Multilatérale, the Choeur de Radio France illustrates the Italian madrigal tradition, which starts with Gesualdo and, via the great Luciano Berio, is cultivated more than ever by Fausto Romitelli, who died prematurely in 2004, and the very contemporary Francesco Filidei.