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Clown Time

Spettacolo di Teatro musicale

Progetto “Fondazione Haydn/Vincitore Fringe, II Edition”

Musica

Arnold Schönberg, Kammersymphonie n. 1, op. 9 (arr. di Anton Webern) 

Editore Universal Edition AG

eseguita da

MARCO DALPANE (maestro concertatore e pianoforte), MARCO SERINO (violino), CHRISTIAN BERTONCELLO (violoncello), ANDREA MAIRHOFER (flauto), ROBERTA GOTTARDI (clarinetto)

e composizioni originali di ed eseguite da

VALERIA STURBA (voce, violino, theremin, music toys) e VINCENZO VASI (voce, theremin, music toys)

Danzatori

VALENTINA DAL MAS. TOMMASO MONZA, GISELDA RANIERI

Direzione e rielaborazione musicale

MARCO DALPANE

Progetto, drammaturgia, coreografia, scene e costumi

MICHELE ABBONDANZA e ANTONELLA BERTONI

Luci

ANDREA GENTILI

Voci fuori campo

MICHELE ABBONDANZA, ANTONELLA BERTONI, MARTA MARCHI

Realizzazione maschere

NADEZHDA SIMEONOVA

Collaborazione al progetto scenico

TOMMASO MONZA

Squadra tecnica 

ERWIN CANDERLE, CLAUDIO MODUGNO

Servizi organizzativi e amministrativi

COMPAGNIA ABBONDANZA/BERTONI, FONDAZIONE HYDN DI BOLZANO E TRENTO

 

Nuovo allestimento

Produzione

FONDAZIONE STIFTUNG HAYDN

In coproduzione con

COMPAGNIA ABBONDANZA/BERTONI

con il sostegno di PROVINCIA AUTONOMA DI TRENTO - SERVIZI ATTIVITA' CULTURALI

COMUNE DI ROVERETO - ASSESSORATO ALLA CULTURA

 

Ringraziamo

ROBERTA GIORDANI

 

Durata 50‘ _ senza intervallo - anno di creazione 2020

 

The Company play with the musical theater working with the musician Marco Dalpane, the soloists of the Haydn Orchestra and the duo OoopopoiooO (Vincenzo Vasi and Valeria Sturba). They deals with an elaboration of Schönberg's original score "Symphony of Chamber 1, Opera 9 ".

Arnold Schönberg's musical thought has influenced the art world,  questioning the idea of ​​harmony and the concept of time, pushing the cinema and theater worlds  to reflect on that. Nobody like director David Lynch thought of cinema as a journey through time, an expansive and collapsed time, pulverized and set on fire by sudden flashes. However detached from the linearity of the classic temporal articulation.

CLOW TIME is the result of the encounter between the chamber music of Arnold Schönberg and the cinematographic work of the director David Lynch, The transformed music will define a final environment (the cycle will be repeated several times), of alienation and relational incapacity, loosely based on the series of seven short films: Lynch's "Rabbits". Repetitive movements, sentences made and without any connection between them, will define a "daily" and the same, repetitive, obsessive "story" of alienation, incommunicability and isolation of the contemporary human being.

"Nobody loves a clown at midnight"

In this middle time we present our masks, through the decomposition and sonic disharmony of Arnold Schönberg and drawing inspiration from David Lynch's vision.

We will see an orchestra appear and disappear, three anthropomorphic characters and their voices off the pitch, a duo of kaleidoscopic musicians: contemporary ferrymen among these ephemeral appearances.

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