REwind/REcount, a series of talks that focus on listening to and re-living the stories of musicians and key figures of the Italian music scene and beyond, returns. On 21 July, at 7 pm, violinist, improviser, composer and singer Silvia Tarozzi will be presenting together with journalist Chiara Colli. Together they will trace a career whose research is focused on sound and instrumental gesture as expressed through Tarozzi’s numerous artistic collaborations with contemporary composers such as Éliane Radigue, Philip Corner, and Pauline Oliveros and in an original production of experimental song.
The event will take place on the terrace.
REwind/REcount is organized in collaboration with Toni Cutrone.
SILVIA TAROZZI is a violinist, improviser, composer and singer based in Italy. She studied violin, chamber music, contemporary and early music her musical research on violin find expression in several collaborations with composers as Pascale Criton, Éliane Radigue, Pauline Oliveros, Philip Corner, Cassandra Miller, Martin Arnold, Pierre-Yves Macé. Mi specchio e rifletto, an album of songs and compositions inspired by the poems of Alda Merini was released in 2020 by the American label Unseen Worlds gaining excellent reviews internationally. He performs regularly in international concert halls and festivals in Europe, the United States, Canada and Mexico, and his music and live concerts have been broadcast by BBC, France Musique, Radio Rai, ORF. She has a long standing collaboration with the Italian cellist Deborah Walker with which she also takes part in the French Ensemble Dedalus, focused on contemporary experimental music. Since 2011 she has created and directed together with Giovanna Giovannini the Piccolo Coro Angelico, an experimental children choir in Bologna, created as part of Angelica International Music Festival. She publishes for the record labels Unseen Worlds, The Angelica and Potlatch records, and New World Records. Her latest album, realized together with Deborah Walker, is titled Canti di guerra, di lavoro e d’amore (2022).
CHIARA COLLI has been involved in music for fifteen years, taking a special interest in the national and international underground scenes. She has collaborated with several newspapers (Il Mucchio, Alias, Il Fatto Quotidiano), conducted radio broadcasts on various local stations, and from 2013 to 2021 she was music editor for Edizioni ZERO. Today she is part of the team of Battiti, a historic radio program on Radio Rai 3.