Sunday, August 11, 2013

18 août: Frenette/Gadoua + Malatesta

Mathieu Frenette saxophones alto et sopraninoIsael Gadoua trompette
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Enrico Malatesta (Italia) percussions

Enrico Malatesta (*1985, Cesena ­ Italy ) is a percussionist active in the field of contemporary music; he studied classical percussion instruments at the "Bruno Maderna" Conservatory in Cesena, and his personal activity and research is aimed to extend the sonic and multi­material possibilities of percussion instruments through simple gestural techniques, able to realize complex polyrhythmic thicknesses and multiple information that exist between performer, space and instrument. Besides his ongoing solo and ensemble projects he is also active performing works from the soloist repertoire of the 20th Century, including graphic scores by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown among others.

He regularly works as a duo with percussionists Christian Wolfarth and Seijiro Murayama and he is a founder member of the percussion ensemble Glück in wich is involved together with Burkhard Beins, Michael Vorfeld, Christian Wolfarth and Ingar Zach.; also works regularly, in different combination, with the sound artists Giuseppe Ielasi, Luciano Maggiore, Riccardo Baruzzi, Nicola Ratti, Attila Faravelli and Renato Rinaldi; for the development of his projects and collaborations he has taken part in residency programs in international spaces like Q­o2 workspace for experimental music, Bruxelles (BE), Hotel Pupik artists in residence, Schrattenberg (A), A.I.R. Krems Krems and der Donau (A), Careof/Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano (IT), La Chambre Blanche Ville de Quèbec, (CAN); he played concerts throughout Europe, North America, Japan and South Korea and his work is released by the labels Presto!? Records, Second Sleep, Senufo Editionsl, Entr'acte, Alku, Balloon and Neddle.

Between 2007 and 2013 he worked for Teatro Valdoca and Mariangela Gualtieri as sound director and stage musician. He is interested in teaching and he developed a theoretical/practical workshop on sonic detail set up in various locations, in Italy and abroad; he frequently organizes events and lectures with the purpose to improve the diffusion of contemporary and traditional music in his area.

Current projects:
duo with_ Giuseppe Ielasi, Christian Wolfarth, Riccardo Baruzzi, Luciano Maggiore, Renato Rinaldi
Glück (Burkhard Beins, Enrico Malatesta, Michael Vorfeld, Christian Wolfarth and Ingar Zach)
~ tilde (Attila Faravelli,Nicola Ratti,Enrico Malatesta)

dimanche le 18 août à 21h $8 BYOB

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