01.09.2023

Scelsi night

Summer Schools, Roma

H18:30-22:00
Entrance: via Liguria 20

Dates
01.09.2023
Location
Roma
Category
Summer Schools
Information

H18:30-22:00
Entrance: via Liguria 20

The event will take place at Istituto Svizzero from H18:30 to H22:00.
Free entrance, register here. 

Scelsi night

Istituto Svizzero hosts the final event of the interdisciplinary summer school A letter to Giacinto Scelsi. Students from the MA Contemporary Arts Practice (CAP) from Bern University of the Arts will exhibit their individual artistic reflections inspired by the Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988). The idea of artistic translation as it can be explored in Scelsi’s compositional process, the archive of the Fondazione Isabella Scelsi as a site for artistic inquiry and reflection, questions of documenting and tracing, as well as investigations into the personal biography of an eclectic artistic figure will be discovered from today’s perspective. Multimedia works involving performances, texts, sounds, installations, films and concerts will be presented throughout the evening.

The event will feature flautist and performer Gianni Trovalusci, with works by John Cage, Domenico Guaccero, Franco Evangelisti, Giacinto Scelsi.

A cooperation between the MA Contemporary Arts Practice and the Fondazione Isabella Scelsi, with guests from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia.

Programme:

H18:30 ‚Äď Doors open

H19:00 ‚Äď Welcome and introductions by Maria B√∂hmer, Head of science at Istituto Svizzero, Thomas Str√§ssle, Head of Y Institute BUA & Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Istituto Svizzero

Multimedia presentations and performances can be experienced throughout the evening

H21:00-22:00 – Aperitif

Participants:
Dilbahar Askari, Johanna Bossart, Sophie Bovy, Cyril Dériaz, Ana Duran, Pauline Duvivier, Sophia Fries, Jonathan Frigeri, Juan Pablo Gonzalez, Nelson Irsapoullé, Bernadette Kolonko, Cheyenne Oswald, Denis Savi, Evelyn Vonesch, Emmet Ward

Accompanied by: Teresa Carrasco, Andrea Gohl, Robin Meier, Thomas Strässle and Francesca Verga