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THIRD SYMPOSIUM OF ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY.
UNIVERSITA’ DEGLI STUDI ROMA TRE, DIPARTIMENTO DI ARCHITETTURA.
The Speaker: Paolo Desideri, Michele Beccu, Eleonora Strada, Luca Ruzza, Said Lounis, Riccardo Tomassone, Giorgio Palù, Santi Centineo, AJ Weissbard, Marco Grimaldi, Claudio Cantele, Alessandro pergoli Campanelli, Giancarlo Battista, Marina Gariboldi, Paolo Trovato, Paolo Miccichè. READ MORE…
THE NEW OPERA HOUSE OF FIRENZE
DAVID GARRETT at Museo del Violino in Cremona trying different violins: which could be the best?
On the occasion of his concert at Teatro Ponchielli, DAVID GARRETT was in Cremona and wanted to visit the Museo del Violino. He asked to try some violins by Amati, Stradivari, Guarneri exhibited at the Museum and protagonists of many recent concerts. This resulted in a formidable performance of a few minutes where you could enjoy the sound of these masterpieces which were confronted with each other and with the violin he is usually playing: Antonio Stradivari "A.Busch" 1716. Many Thanks to Vittoria Fontana of the Artistic Direction of Teatro Ponchielli for bringing David to the Museum!
GIORGIO PALU' Arkpabi Studio
Architecture and Music: a possible harmony.
The auditorium Giovanni Arvedi nel Museo del violino in Cremona, a positive example of synergy between design and sound, fruit of the collaboration of George Palù (Arkpabi Studio) and Yasuisha Toyota (Nagata Acoustic). The Auditorium won the Compasso d’oro 2016 (“to have realized with beauty and elegance the concept of harmony equal to a great musical tool”) it is the only architecture to have received the prestigious prize.
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PRODUCTION: Staatsoper Hannover. Coreography: Mauro Bigonzetti. Stage & Lightdesign: Carlo Cerri. Video Concepts: OOOPStudio/Carlo Cerri. Video Making: OOOPStudio. Costumes: Mauro Bigonzetti/Andrea Mayer. Light: Elana Sibersky. Dramaturgie: Brigitte Knöß. Rehalsal Assistents: Monica Caturegli/Mathias Brühlmann.