Polish Institute 0419 November 2004
Polish Institute of Rome and Federazione CEMAT
Polish Institute of Rome
Rome, November 19 - 9 pm
via Vittoria Colonna, 1
Concert of electroacoustic music presenting the winning work of IREM Prize 2004 and the Italian works awarded at IREM 2002
The concert has been presented by Michele dall'Ongaro
Luciano Berio (1925-2003) Sequenza III for female voice (1966), 8'36"
Cezary Duchnowski (1971) Wyczochraczone for voice and electronics, 12'
Luigi Ceccarelli (1953) In Die Resurrectionis for tape, 10'
Agata Zubel Parlando for voice and electronics , 8'5''
Emanuele Casale (1974) Studio 2 for tape (2000), 4'30''
Cezary Duchnowski (1971) Monada 3 for tape, piano and electronics (2003), 10' (IREM 2004 winning work)
Agata Zubel voice
Cezary Duchnowski piano
Maurizio Giri sound engineer
The International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music, (TIME/IREM) supported by IMC-UNESCO and ICEM (International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music) is one of the most important international selections. Broadcasting Organisations from all over the world take part to this competition.
The 2004 edition has taken place in Rome and was hosted by RAI Radio3 in collaboration with Federazione CEMAT. The winning work of this edition is Monada 3 composed by the Polish author Cezary Duchnowski.
This important achievement is an ideal occasion to present, together with the Polish works, the compositions by the Italian authors Emanuele Casale and Luigi Ceccarelli, (selected and mentioned at the last edition of IREM in 2002) dedicating a homage to the great composer Luciano Berio.