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Ars Ludi is a percussion ensemble with variable staff which, since it's inception (founded in 1987 by Antonio Caggiano and Gianluca Ruggeri), has embarked on an active artistic itinerary on two interpretative dimensions. On the one hand, the proposition of the contemporary repertoire for percussion, realized with an international concert activity (USA, Mexico, Germany, China, Sweden, France, Spain, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Algeria, Kenya, Scotland and Switzerland in some these occasions has recorded for national radio and television stations. ) interpreting composers such as J. Cage, K. Stockhausen, B. Bartok, G. Battistelli, L. Andriessen, E. Varese, S. Reich, W. Duckworth, A. Curran, G. Scelsi, L. Berio, V. Heyn and C. Ambrosini) and encouraging the repertoire of Italian authors with commissions and first performances (L. Ceccarelli, P. Esposito, M. Lupone, L. Bianchini, M. Tadini, M. Cardi, T. Battista, N. Sani, M. D'Amico, C. Boccadoro, M. Dall'Ongaro, F. Filidei, L. Pagliei, L. Gregoretti, C. Galante, A. Solbiati and many others). This quality of interpretation pushed the leading composers of our time to choose Ars Ludi for their musical research: often the ensemble becomes a coauthor. A fertile interaction that brought the ensemble to enlarge it's percussive instrumentation (Ars Ludi often builds it's own instruments) and to increase the amount of percussionists, often resorting to their students, or other kinds of artists from Theater, Cinema or even writers, dancers, painters, electronic musicians. A web of artistic experiences that led Ars Ludi to win in 2022 one of the most desirable awards in the European music scene: the Silver Lion at the Biennale of Venice.
Ars Ludi is a percussion ensemble with variable staff which, since it's inception (founded in 1987 by Antonio Caggiano and Gianluca Ruggeri), has embarked on an active artistic itinerary on two interpretative dimensions. On the one hand, the proposition of the contemporary repertoire for percussion, realized with an international concert activity (USA, Mexico, Germany, China, Sweden, France, Spain, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Algeria, Kenya, Scotland and Switzerland in some these occasions has recorded for national radio and television stations. ) interpreting composers such as J. Cage, K. Stockhausen, B. Bartok, G. Battistelli, L. Andriessen, E. Varese, S. Reich, W. Duckworth, A. Curran, G. Scelsi, L. Berio, V. Heyn and C. Ambrosini) and encouraging the repertoire of Italian authors with commissions and first performances (L. Ceccarelli, P. Esposito, M. Lupone, L. Bianchini, M. Tadini, M. Cardi, T. Battista, N. Sani, M. D'Amico, C. Boccadoro, M. Dall'Ongaro, F. Filidei, L. Pagliei, L. Gregoretti, C. Galante, A. Solbiati and many others). This quality of interpretation pushed the leading composers of our time to choose Ars Ludi for their musical research: often the ensemble becomes a coauthor. A fertile interaction that brought the ensemble to enlarge it's percussive instrumentation (Ars Ludi often builds it's own instruments) and to increase the amount of percussionists, often resorting to their students, or other kinds of artists from Theater, Cinema or even writers, dancers, painters, electronic musicians. A web of artistic experiences that led Ars Ludi to win in 2022 one of the most desirable awards in the European music scene: the Silver Lion at the Biennale of Venice.
8011570372635
Boccadoro / Cardi / Solbiati - Black & White - Ars Ludi

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Label: STRADIVARIUS
Rel. Date: 02/16/2024
UPC: 8011570372635

Black & White - Ars Ludi
Artist: Boccadoro / Cardi / Solbiati
Format: CD
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Ars Ludi is a percussion ensemble with variable staff which, since it's inception (founded in 1987 by Antonio Caggiano and Gianluca Ruggeri), has embarked on an active artistic itinerary on two interpretative dimensions. On the one hand, the proposition of the contemporary repertoire for percussion, realized with an international concert activity (USA, Mexico, Germany, China, Sweden, France, Spain, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Algeria, Kenya, Scotland and Switzerland in some these occasions has recorded for national radio and television stations. ) interpreting composers such as J. Cage, K. Stockhausen, B. Bartok, G. Battistelli, L. Andriessen, E. Varese, S. Reich, W. Duckworth, A. Curran, G. Scelsi, L. Berio, V. Heyn and C. Ambrosini) and encouraging the repertoire of Italian authors with commissions and first performances (L. Ceccarelli, P. Esposito, M. Lupone, L. Bianchini, M. Tadini, M. Cardi, T. Battista, N. Sani, M. D'Amico, C. Boccadoro, M. Dall'Ongaro, F. Filidei, L. Pagliei, L. Gregoretti, C. Galante, A. Solbiati and many others). This quality of interpretation pushed the leading composers of our time to choose Ars Ludi for their musical research: often the ensemble becomes a coauthor. A fertile interaction that brought the ensemble to enlarge it's percussive instrumentation (Ars Ludi often builds it's own instruments) and to increase the amount of percussionists, often resorting to their students, or other kinds of artists from Theater, Cinema or even writers, dancers, painters, electronic musicians. A web of artistic experiences that led Ars Ludi to win in 2022 one of the most desirable awards in the European music scene: the Silver Lion at the Biennale of Venice.
        
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