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Suono Italiano 2020 - Stockholm Early Music Festival: Punctum Contra Punctum. Symmetries and visions in the Italian Renaissance - Concert by Simone Vallerotonda

Datum:

10/09/2020


Suono Italiano 2020 - Stockholm Early Music Festival: Punctum Contra Punctum. Symmetries and visions in the Italian Renaissance - Concert by Simone Vallerotonda

Punctum Contra Punctum

Symmetries and visions in the Italian Renaissance

V centenary of Raffaello Sanzio's death (1520 - 2020)

"The Prince of Painters"

 

"In Urbino on April 6, 1483, Raffaello Sanzio saw the light at three in the morning. Raffaello began his short adventure on Earth, so intense and burning that it has to be considered as a legend; and the game of coincidences seems to pre-order and favour faithful circumstances more loyal to the man than to the myth. On April 6th, 1520, at three in the morning, Raphael died".

Painting, architecture, music, poetry, theater, society, everything seems to look at the Greek model of perfection and beauty. Everything looks at Nature as harmony, proportion, symmetry. Man is at the center of the universe and in this new harmonious and synergistic dimension with nature and God, man is the architect of his own destiny.

The enhancement of all human potential is at the basis of the individuals dignity with the refusal of the separation between spirit and body: the research for pleasure and happiness is praised in all its forms as a research and knowledge of one's own "I" according to nature, or within the Nature system in which man is at the center. 

The concert is presented as part of the Stockholm Early Music Festival (SEMF), the largest event dedicated to Baroque, Renaissance and medieval music in the Nordic countries.

 

Stockholm Early Music Festival is blocking rows and seats in order to maintain social distancing according to the Public Health Authority in Sweden. If you want to make a reservation, please visit Stockholm Early Music Festival (SEMF)'s website

 

PROGRAM

 

Joan Ambrosio Dalza (? – 1508) 

Intabulatura de lauto libro IV, Venezia 1508

Tastar de corde

Calata alla spagnuola

 

Francesco Spinacino (1485 - ?)

Intabolatura de lauto, Venezia 1507

Bassadans

 

Vincenzo Capirola (1475-1548) 

Composizione di meser Capirola, 1517 Brescia

Ricercare primo

O mia cieca e dura sorte

 

Marco dall’Aquila (1480-1544) 

Manoscritto München 266

Recercar

La Traditora

Donne impresare il vostro burato a capita

Chuor Languor

 

Anonimo 

Intabolatura de leuto de diversi autori, Milano 1536

Tocha, tocha la canella

 

Alberto da Ripa (1500 - 1551 ca.)

Premier libre de tablature de leut, Paris 1552

Fantasia II

Pavana "Romanesca"

Gagliarda "La Milanese"

 

H. Newsidler (1508 - 1563) 

Manoscritto München 266

Ich ging eimal spatzieren

 

Francesco da Milano (1497-1543) 

Intabolatura da leuto

Ricercare

De mon triste desplaisir

Fantasia

Ricercare 30

Ricercare 34 "La compagna"

 

Anonimo 

Intabolatura de leuto de diversi autori, Milano 1536

Pescator che va cantando

 

Duration of the concert: about 50'

 

 

SIMONE VALLEROTONDA

Born in Rome in 1983, he started studying the classical guitar. At age 18, deeply in love with early music, he bought a lute without any idea on how to play it. Then he had lute tuition from Andrea Damiani at the "Santa Cecilia" Conservatory in Rome, where he graduated with the highest marks. He subsequently obtained a Master's Degree in theorbo and Baroque Guitar at the "Staatliche Hochschule für Musik" in Trossingen (Germany) under the guidance of Rolf Lislevand, also with the highest marks. Once again with full honours, he graduated in Philosophy at the "Tor Vergata" University of Rome, submitting a PhD dissertation about the relationships between 18th-century music and the French Philosophes. In 2011, he ranked first in the soloists’ class of the International Lute Competition "Maurizio Pratola", also obtaining the highest prize in the chamber music section from REMA (Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne). He appeared at oustanding theatres and concert venues in the USA, Australia, South America, Far East, Europe, such as: New York's Carnegie Hall, the Sydney Conservatorium, Teatro de la Ciudad in Mexico City, Teatro Municipal in Santiago de Chile, the Singapore Lyric Opera, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, London’s Wigmore Hall, Theater an der Wien, Theatre de Champs Élysées in Paris, Oporto’s Casa da Música, the Liszt Academy of Budapest, Berliner Philharmonie, the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome. Among the countless festivals which invited him: Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik, Sferisterio Opera Festival, Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music, Settimane Musicali di Stresa, Ravenna Festival, Beaune Festival, Ambronay Festival, Musikefestspiele Potsdam, Bruges Festival, Utrecht Festival, Festival Actus Humanus Danzig, OperaRara Cracow, Poznan Baroque Festival. He has recorded for major radio and television broadcasters such as RAI, ABC, BBC, Mezzo, France Musique, Radio4, Art, Polskie Radio, Kulturradio, RSI, Radio Classica, Vatican Radio, as well as for the labels Naïve, Sony, Erato, EMI, Decca, Amadeus, Brilliant, Aparté, E Lucevan Le Stelle Records, Arcana Outhere Music. In addition to his soloist’s activity, he takes part as a continuo player in various ensembles including: Modo Antiquo, Les Ambassadeurs, Imaginarium Ensemble, Cantar Lontano, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. He teaches Lute at the "L. Refice" Conservatory of Music in Frosinone (IT). In 2014 he founded "I Bassifondi", his own proprietary ensemble offering a 17th-18th century repertoire for guitar, theorbo and lute with continuo. The concert and recording activity of Simone Vallerotonda and his ensemble I Bassifondi is supported by CIDIM (Comitato Nazionale Italiano Musica).

Information

Data: to 10 sep 2020

Tid: Från 17:30 till 19:00

Arrangeras av : Stockholm Early Music Festival

I samarbete med : Ambasciata d'Italia a Stoccolma, Italienska Kultur

Inträde : avgift


Plats:

Finnish Church, Gamla Stan

1246