Lecture: Paolo Pachini, Friday November 28th 5pm

This Friday, November 28th, as part of MuTeFest’14, Paolo Pachini will give a lecture on his collaboration on the video-music classic ‘An Index of Metals’ with Fausto Romitelli. All are welcome.

This will be followed at 7pm by the performance of ‘An Index of Metals’ by NYKY Ensemble.

Index

More info:

The CM&T, Centre for Music and Technology and NYKY Ensemble of the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki invite you to assist to Paolo Pachini’s lecture, Friday November 28th, 5pm until 6.20pm, Musiikkitalo S2117 Väinö.

Composer and videoartist Paolo Pachini will illustrate his personal travel in the field of composing music and images in a deeply integrated way.

Supported by a large number of video-musical examples, the lecture starts from Pachini’s experiences as a composer and producer creating electronic music for avant-garde short film masterpieces, passing through his collaborations as a videoartist with composers as Fausto Romitelli, Raphael Cendo, Michaels Jarrell and Roberto Doati, arriving to present the works of his advanced students at Tartini Conservatory in Trieste.

This lecture, open to all the students and teachers of the University of the Arts, is a unique occasion to get an insight on Paolo Pachini’s work before NYKY Ensemble’s performance of Fausto Romitelli’s ‘An Index of Metals’ at 7pm, in Sonore Hall, Musiikkitalo.

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Paolo Pachini is the co-author of the concept, together with Romitelli, and author of the videos for this work.
The meeting for the lecture is at 5pm, in Agora, in front of the Sibelius Academy library’s entrance.

Further information:

Libero Mureddu / Tel. +358 40 710 4267 / libero.mureddu@uniarts.fi

James Andean / Tel. +358 40 860 9542 / james.andean@uniarts.fi

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