Olivia Salvadori (voice), Enrico Gabrielli (clarinet, flute) and Sandro Mussida (cello, electronics) present an evening concert of written and improvised music for different combinations of solo voice/electronics/cello/clarinets/flutes, performing together and separately, devoted to a deep listening experience.
Sandro Mussida is a cellist, pianist & keyboardist, improviser and composer, working with electronics and acoustic music. He studied composition, electronics and cello in Milan. He founded and played in the avant garde trio Hurla Janus with the classical/ electric guitarist Alessandra Novaga and the multi instrumentalist/ orchestral percussionist (Teatro Alla Scala) Elio Marchesini, performing written music, both historical (Scelsi, Mosconi, Cage, Feldman, Lucier) and original (his own and by other new composers from the Italian scene), involving improvisation and live electronics.
Olivia Salvadori (voice). Born in Florence, she studied vocal technique and opera singing at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole and at the Conservatorio A.Boito in Parma. She performs widely as an operatic soloist as well as an avant garde artist, recording and appearing live in unique electronic and chamber music sets across Europe and U.S.A.
Enrico Gabrielli (clarinet and flute) studied clarinet and composition at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Milano. He works as a successful orchestral and ensemble arranger in Italy and has collaborated with Mike Patton, Damo Suzuki, John Parish, Daniel Johnston, Steve Wynn, Daevid Allen, Vinicio Capossela, Baustelle and PJ Harvey.
Concert 7:30pm | Entry £5 / donation