A past that leaves its traces in new sounds, a revisited past with new signs and gestures, a new type of music, deeply influenced by the past: this is the theme of this project, focused on “rewriting”. This rewriting is intended to signify the will – and need – to reproduce the characters of traditional music with the addition of new musical ideas, as well as the attempt to recover patterns from the past. This might also entail reproducing them (even in a distorted manner) within a post-modernist experimental perspective, or as a new, unique interpretation. Rewriting is a specific intertextual procedure derived from (and through) the comparison of musical works that recall each other – through a distance of time and space – so that one fragment sheds new light onto another one, by intensifying a character or highlighting a contrast. Either way, this is intended to be an interpretation in its own way.
Masterclass & Recital - Accademia d'Estate Internazionale
Lucca, July 23 – 31, 2016
Academy and Conference for Instrumentalists and Composers Workshop and Live Concerts from Baroque to Contemporary Music Sophisticated conceptual exchanges and guidance with leading International masters & performers in a beautiful medieval setting Istituto Diocesano di Musica "R. Baralli", Lucca.
Artist direction: Linda Di Martino Wetherill
Recital for Solo Violin - New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival
New York, Abrons Arts Center Playhouse, June 2016
Music by A. Shnittke, P. Glass, P. Geminiani. J. P. Oliveira
Recital for Solo Violin at Spectrum NYC
New York, Avenue Spectrum, June 2016
Concert "Fausto Torrefranca" String Quartet
Music by Martin Palmeri
Lanciano (IT), May 2016
Recital for Solo Violin
Cascais (Pt) - Museu Condes de Castro Guimaraes
Music by J. S. Bach, E. Ysaye, G. Petrassi
Masterclasses & Recitals for Solo Violin
Music by Hindemith, Ysaye, Goffredo Petrassi
Masterclass & Recital for Solo Violin
Buenos Aires - University UNA
Concert for Violin and Orchestra
August 2015, San Juan (Ar) - Auditorium "Juan Victoria"
Orchestra Camerata San Juan - Conductor: Marcelo Conca
Violin Teacher at International Music Festival "RuidalSud"
San Juan (Ar), August 2014