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Санкт-Петербургский оркестр импровизации впервые на сцене Капеллы

Санкт-Петербургский оркестр импровизации
Санкт-Петербургский оркестр импровизации
Октябрь 15, 2014

Санкт-Петербургский оркестр импровизации под руководством Дмитрия Шубина выступит к 25-летию арт-центра «Пушкинская, 10»

18 октября впервые в истории на сцене Государственной академической капеллы выступит Санкт-Петербургский оркестр импровизации – первый и пока единственный в России импровизационный оркестр. Концерт приурочен к 25-летию центра современного искусства «Пушкинская, 10».

Этот коллектив – совершенно уникальное явление для российской музыки, которое знаменовало переход к новым возможностям работы с оркестровым звучанием и практически неограниченными по разнообразию сочетаниями инструментов, способов звукоизвлечения и экспериментальных источников звука.

St. Petersburg Improvisers Orchestra объединяет в настоящее время около 30 музыкантов, собрав в своих рядах как наиболее известных представителей импровизационной сцены Санкт-Петербурга, так и молодых музыкантов. Основателем оркестра является Дмитрий Шубин – дирижер, пианист, куратор и преподаватель Школы импровизационной музыки, который также известен и как художник, идеолог и организатор разнообразных проектов в сфере современной музыки и искусства.

Специальным участником концерта оркестра в Капелле станет органист, композитор и импровизатор Олеся Ростовская.

Перед концертом в выставочном зале Капеллы откроется не имеющая аналогов в России выставка «Графика звука». На выставке будут представлены образцы нетрадиционных нотаций современных российских композиторов – графические, текстовые и видео-партитуры.

Время проведения: 18 октября в 19:00.

Место проведения: Государственная академическая Капелла Санкт-Петербурга, Набережная реки Мойки, дом 20.

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