tags: Filippo Perocco

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.

Filippo Perocco

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Veglia [2010] (World Premiere)
Performed by L’Arsenale and Argento Chamber Ensemble, April 22
Website
L’Arsenale

Filippo Perocco received his degree in Composition at the Conservatory in Venice. Awarded in different competitions, he has been Composer in residence at the European Centre for the Arts “KunstForum Hellerau” in Dresden (2006), Italian Arts Fellowship – Composer in residence at the American Academy in Rome (2008), Fulbright (2009). Works commissioned and performed by Holland Symphonia, Dresdner Sinfonikern, Young Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra, Orchestre National de Lorraine, Orchestra Filarmonia Veneta, Ensemble Vocal Modern, IXION ensemble, Vokalensemble Neue Musik Berlin, ensemble Aleph, Accroche Note, Algoritmo, KAIDA, ASTRA Choir, COROinCANTO, broadcasted by NPS Holland, Radio Belgrado, SBS Melbourne, BBC Radio 3, Polski Radio and premiered in different festivals as Gaudeamus, Venice Biennale, Manca Nice, Aspekte Salzsburg, MATA Festival New York Finestre sul ‘900, Zèppelin Festival Barcellona, Rencontres Musiques Nouvelles Lunel, The New London Wind Festival, International Review of Composers Belgrade, The Brighton Festival, Astra Concerts Melbourne, Warsaw Autumn. He studies orchestral conductorship with Emilio Pomàrico at the International Academy of Music in Milan and Sylvain Cambreling at the EuropaChorAkademie in Mainz. He is the founder and artistic director of the ensemble L’Arsenale. His works are published by ArsPublica and Doblinger.

corti e di varia ricreazione
Performed by L’Arsenale

A Little More Knights Music

Saturday, March 24th, 2007

Saturday, March 24, 2007 at 8 PM

Brooklyn Lyceum
227 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11215

The Knights Chamber Orchestra
Eric Jacobsen
Pico Alt
Amie Weiss
Miranda Sielaff
Jane O’Hara
Christopher Tignor
James Matheson
Adam Hollander
Sarah Beatty
Andy Laster
Joseph Gramley
Christina Courtin
Johnny Gandelsman
Bradley Kemp

Andrew Norman Gran Turismo (2004) (New York Premiere)
The Knights
Eric Jacobsen, conductor

Matthew Barnson Sibyl Tones (2004)
Pico Alt, violin
Amie Weiss, violin
Miranda Silaff, viola
Jane O’Hara, cello

Christopher Tignor Thunder Lay Down in the Heart (2006) (World Premiere [MATA Commission])
The Knights
Christopher Tignor, laptop

Intermission

James Matheson Colonnade (2003) (New York Premiere)
The Knights
James Matheson, conductor

Filippo Perocco Corti e di varia recrezione [Short and Various Recreations] (2005) (US Premiere)
rituale, cerimoniale
improvvisamente
brighton festival
andante
brutale

Adam Holander, oboe
Sarah Beatty, clarinet
Andy Laster, alto saxoophone
Joseph Gramley, percussion
Christina Courtin, violin
Johnny Gandelsman, violin
Jane O’Hara, cello
Bradley Kemp, electric bass
Eric Jacobsen, conductor

Osvaldo Golijov Last Round (1996)
The Knights