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2010 MATA Festival Video: Lorenzo Tomio – Giorni smègi e lombidiosi

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

The world premiere performance of Lorenzo Tomio’s “Giorni Smègi e Lombidiosi” , performed at the 2010 MATA Festival at le Poisson Rouge in NYC.

Jody Redhage, cello; James Moore, guitar; Nathan Koci, accordion; David Crowell, tenor saxophone.

Argento & Friends

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Thursday, April 22
LPR Main Space
7:30pm
FREE EVENT

Argento Chamber Ensemble

Michelle LouWeeds, Grass, Rock, Slope [2009-10]
Ryan Beppel – Receptive Asphasia [2010] (NY Premiere)
Winner of New Voices project, Philadelphia chapter of the American Composers Forum. (Selected in collaboration between MATA, Argento, and ACF Philadelphia)
Alexander SigmanMi(e)s(e)-En-AbîMe II [2007] (World Premiere)

INTERMISSION

Brahim KerkourProcession in remembrance from Two Modules for sketches of miniatures [2010] (World Premiere)
Erin Lesser, alto flute; Carol McGonnell, bass clarinet
Lorenzo TomioGiorni smègi e lombidiosi [2010] (World Premiere)
David Crowell, tenor saxophone; Nathan Koci, accordion; James Moore, guitar; Jody Redhage, cello
Fillippo PeroccoVeglia [2010] (World Premiere)
Livia Rado, voice; Miranda Cuckson, violin; Jody Redhage, cello; Carol McGonnell, bass clarinet; Tim Albright, trombone; David Crowell, tenor saxophone; Joanna Chao, piano; Nathan Koci, accordion; James Moore, guitar

Note from AD Chris McIntyre:
This concert was originally scheduled to present the US Debut of the Italian ensemble L’Arsenale performing works by composing members of the group and a collaboration with members of Argento on Filippo Perocco’s Veliga (the group’s Director). Unfortunately, four of the six members were unable to attend the Festival because of dangerous flight conditions caused by volcanic ash from an eruption in Iceland. MATA was forced to cancel works by Nicola Buso and Stefano Tervisi, but we were able to to hire stellar local players to perform Lorenzo Tomio’s work and to collaborate with Argento on the Perocco. Also, Argento graciously agreed to present the World Premiere of Brahim Kerkour’s work on very short notice. While we were all disappointed by L’Arsenale’s absence, the event was presented successfully and in their honor.

Lorenzo Tomio

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Giorni smègi e lombidiosi [2010] (World Premiere)
Performed by L’Arsenale, April 22
Website

Lorenzo Tomio obtained a first-class Master-degree in classical guitar (his thesis is entitled: “Spectral Music. Tellur by Tristan Murail”) and studied composition at the Conservatoire of Adria.

He was a finalist at the international composition contest ‘Musica e arte’ in Rome. His pieces have been published by ArsPublica, recorded on CD by labels such as AliaMusica (Compositori a Confronto, 2005), RES and GiardiniSonori, broadcasted by Klang RadioBase and performed in Italy (Roma-Auditorium Parco della Musica, Venice, Treviso, Padua and Reggio Emilia) and abroad (Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Australia, Spain, Slovenia and the USA).

He composes music for film and television (in co-production with RAI e Mediaset), theatre and dance. Moreover, he makes sound installations and sound designs for several expositions. He is guitarist and co-promoter of the contemporary music ensemble L’Arsenale and of the experimental theatre group ‘Plumes dans la tête’, witch which he participated in several festivals, including Uovo-Milano, DrodeseraFies-Trento, Es.Tenri 07 and 08-Terni and MladaLevi-Slovenia.

Alchimie de la douler
Performed by L’arsenale

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