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Sacred Mountains

SACRED MOUNTAINS

Abrahamic Religions and Musical Practices in the Mediterranean Area

An Audiovisual Journey by Nicola Scaldaferri (2017)

 

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March 19, 2018

Sapienza University of Rome, Rome

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February 13, 2018

University of California, Berkeley

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February 9, 2018

UPENN, Philadelphia

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February 1, 2018

Excentric Music Studies Conference, Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University, Cambridge MA

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December 5, 2017

CUNY, Graduate Center, New York

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October 18, 2017

MEG – Musée d’ethnographie de Genève, Geneve

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October 11, 2017

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice

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June 21, 2017

University of Cologne, Cologne

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Berio and Beyond

September 6-8, 2017

Berio and Beyond is a seminar promoted by the Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment of the University of Milan, in collaboration with the Centro Studi Luciano Berio. This event marks the beginning of a wider project conceived by Angela Ida De Benedictis, that will extend in the next stages to a wider international level. Using some works by Luciano Berio as a starting point, categories like multi-mediality and cross-mediality will be analyzed in their theoretical implications and contextualized in their historical frame. This first meeting of the seminar will take place at Palazzo Feltrinelli (Gargnano, BS), thanks to the contribution of the University of Milan (prof. Nicola Scaldaferri, coordinator).

 

Participants:

Giacomo Albert (University of Turin)

Alessandro Cecchi (University of Pisa)

Giovanni Cestino (University of Milan)

Maurizio Corbella (University of Milan)

Marco Cosci (University of Pavia)

Angela Ida De Benedictis (Paul Sacher Foundation)

Mila De Santis (University of Florence)

Vincenzina Ottomano (University of Bern)

Talia Pecker Berio (Centro Studi Luciano Berio)

Marida Rizzuti (IULM University)

Emilio Sala (University of Milan)

Nicola Scaldaferri (University of Milan)

Veniero Rizzardi (Conservatory of Padova)

 

Listening as Composition: a Colloquium with Steven Feld

March 21-22, 2017

The seminar, hosted by the University of Milan and the Conservatory of Music “G. Verdi”, will focus on some aspects of Feld’s activity, especially on the moment of listening and recording sound events to their organization through compositional processes, using recording and editing technologies. The central moment will be the listening to a 25th-anniversary concert edition of Voices of the Rainforest, newly recomposed in the 7.1 cinema surround sound format. The acousmatic concert performance in Sala Puccini (March 21, 2017 at 9 pm) will be a European premiere of this newly completed work.

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Photographs by Valentino Albini.

“Bella Ciao” 50 Years Later

June 17, 2014

Conference at the University of Milan, for the 5oth anniversary of Bella Ciao, a famous concert of folk revival, done for the first time in Spoleto, in 1964, and now organized with a new generation of musicians. With the participation of Paolo Inghilleri, Filippo Del Corno, Franco Lurà, Siel Agugliaro, Delia Casadei, Jacopo Tomatis, Caludio Argiolas, Alessio Lega, Emilio Sala, Valentina Trovato, Filippo Crivelli, Cesare Bermani, Dante Bellamio, Giuseppe Morandi, Luigi Pestalozza, Giancarlo Nostrini and Stefano Pogelli; chaired by Franco Fabbri and Nicola Scaldaferri.

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Milan and Roberto Leydi

April – June, 2013

A series of six meetings, lectures and conversations, with prestigious guests, scholars, and artists, about the figure of Roberto Leydi (1928-2003), on the 10th anniversary of his death.

With the participation of Ferdinando Scianna, Renata Meazza, Bruno Pianta, Glauco Sanga, Angela Ida De Benedictis, Maddalena Novati, Carlo Piccardi, Filippo Crivelli, Emilio Sala, Luigi Pestalozza, Febo Guizzi, Maurizio Franco, Veniero Rizzardi and Umberto Eco; chaired by Nicola Scaldaferri.

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Photographs by Valentino Albini.