Baroko muzika su Christian Frattima

2022 m. birželio 26 d. , sekmadienį 17 val.


Christian Frattima*
Christian Frattima*

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Šią pavakarę mūsų laukia artimesnė pažintis su A. W. Mocarto "Requiem". 

Sužinosime įdomias detales apie šio kūrinio istoriją, paklausysime audio ir video įrašų su Christian Frattima komentarais, pasinersime, į jau trečią šimtmetį jaudinančią milijonus žmonių, magišką muziką... 

Vakarą ves muzikologas - Christian Frattima - muzikantas virtuozas, dirigentas, koncertuojantis su simfoniniais orkestrais garsiose pasaulio scenose, meno festivalių vadovas, muzikologinių monografijų autorius, dokumentinių filmų apie muziką prodiuseris ir atlikėjas. 

Ch. Frattima yra "Coin du Roi" kompanijos, kuri specializuojasi baroko muzikos atlikimo tyrimuose, naujų atradimų sklaida, įkūrėjas.

*Christian puikiai kalba lietuviškai.

2022 m. birželio 6 d. , pirmadienį 19 val.


Christian Frattima
Christian Frattima

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Christian Frattima (Italija) prezentacija apie baroko operos estetiką, jos dainavimo ypatumus, istoriją ir amžino gyvybiškumo paslaptis. 

Vakaro metu bus rodoma autorinė Christian Frattima dokumentinė medžiaga "Retorika ir afektai" su komentarais ir pavyzdžiais.

Jam talkins dainininkės Bryndís Guðjónsdóttir iš Islandijos ir Mae Hayashi iš Japonijos, kurios atliks keletą arijų, demonstruojančių baroko dainavimo specifiką. 

*Christian puikiai kalba lietuviškai. Žemiau pateikta informacija apie vakaro dalyvius, muzikus.


Christian Frattima
Christian Frattima

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Christian Frattima (Conductor, Italy) graduated with honors in violin and, as a violinist, he won numerous international competitions. His multifaceted talent led him to a multitasking education: master's degree in Violin, master's degree in Composition, master's degree in Economics, doctorate in Economics of Cinema and performing arts (Marconi University, Rome), post-doctorate degree in performing arts management (Bocconi University), bachelor's degree in conducting at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory and a master's degree in conducting at the Lithuanian National Academy. He participated in numerous international masterclasses under the guidance of Maestros such as Jorma Panula, Dejan Pavlov and Valery Ghergiev and immediately began conducting in more than fifteen countries. Among the already conducted orchestras there are: Sinfonietta Riga, Saint Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Samara Philharmonic Orchestra, F.Cilea Theatre Orchestra, Lithuanian National Orchestra, Poitiers Chamber Orchestra, Cairo Opera Orchestra, Turkish National Orchestra and many others. Fascinated by ancient music, Frattima was one of the first conductors to stage baroque opera in the Baltic countries. In 2015 he founded 'Coin du Roi',the only Italian company specializing in baroque opera with which he carries out an intense research and historical re-proposition of ancient music authors. With Coin du Roi, Frattima staged, in Italian premiere, the operas "Serse" by G. F. Handel and "Apollo et Hyacinthus" by W.A.Mozart, in addition to more than twenty more known baroque titles. Frattima is currently artistic director of the International Festival of Ancient Music in Riga, Latvia, guest conductor of more than twenty international orchestras and author of several musicological essays in four languages. Frattima is also a producer and presenter of music documentaries, for national and international broadcasters, among which we include "Retorica e Affetti - dawn, midday and sunset of the baroque opera" for Sky Classica HD [2016] and "Musette de Cour, an infini sounder" for Mezzo TV [2018]. Frattima is appointed professor of Economics of culture at Vilnius University. Frattima freely speaks in six languages, among those - Lithuanian. 


Bryndís Guðjónsdóttir
Bryndís Guðjónsdóttir

The Icelandic soprano Bryndís Guðjónsdóttir completed her Master's degree in Opera and Musical Theater at the prestigious University Mozarteum Salzburg in the class of Michèle Crider.
Her already dubuted operatic roles include ,,Giulietta" in Offenbach's "Les contes d'Hoffmann", ,,Servilia" in Mozart's "La clemenza di Tito", the "Queen of the Night" in "The Magic Flute", "Belinda" in Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas", "Venus" in Blow's "Venus and Adonis" and "Mrs. Julian" in Britten's "Owen Wingrave" . She won various international competitions: In 2018 she won the Young Soloists Competition in Iceland and the Duschek Competition in the Czech Republic, In 2021 she received the first absolute prize at the prestigious Riccardo Zandonai Competition in Italy. Bryndís is, according to critics, one of the most promising European high coloratura sopranos, with an incredibly projected voice and extreme control of high register.

Mae Hayashi
Mae Hayashi

The Japanese mezzo Mae Hayashi graduated in opera singing at the Japanese National University Tokyo University of the Arts. Consequentially, she specialized in advanced opera singing at the Suntory Opera academy in Japan. Moved to Italy in 2016, Hayashi studied baroque and classic singing at Milan's Civica Scuola and later specialized with world-famous soprano Sonia Prina (Verona Academy for baroque singing). Her already debuted roles include: "La Contessa Agnese" in the opera "Il Conte di Marsico", "Ragonde" in the Rossini's opera "Le comte Ory", "Sorceress", "Cherubino" in the opera "The Marriage of Figaro" at the Litta theater in Milan, "Hansel" in the opera "Hansel and Gretel" by E. Humperdinck, "Zia Principessa" in the opera "Suor Angelica", ,,Zita" in the opera "Gianni Schicchi", "Azucena" in the opera "Il Trovatore", ,,Dirindina" in the opera "La Dirindina" by D. Scarlatti, ,,Rosina" in the opera "Il barbiere di Siviglia", ,,Flora'' in the opera ,,Trovatore'', ,,La principessa'' in the opera Adriana Lecouvreur, and many more. In December 2020 she performed as soloist in the prestigious "Rossini Gala" concert, conducted by Sergio Monterisi with the Gioachino Rossini Symphony Orchestra at the National Massimo S. Cecilia Auditorium in Rome. In June 2018 she won the first prize at the "Città di Penne". In the same year she won the first prize at the international opera competition in the city of Orte "Lirica sul Tevere". In the same year she performed as alto soloist in Mozart's Coronation Mass at the church of S. Marco in Rovereto for the prestigious festival "250th anniversary of the first Mozart concert in Italy" organized by the Mozart Italia association. In the same year she received the first absolute prize at the prestigious ,,Cimarosa" singing competition. In 2023 Hayashi is going to release a disk with Sony Classical label, about oriental queens, and kings in the baroque music. Critic Fabio Tranchida wrote about her: ,,Hayashi is a rare example of pure contralto, with a tremendous extension and a deep and huge but still flexible voice. She is a modern Marilyn Horne with a demon inside".