SOLOISTS

COMPOSERS

SPECIAL PROJECTS

LANGUAGE & MUSIC

BLUE PLANET

THEATRE

GUESTS

SOLOISTS





Roberto Prosseda PIANO,  PEDAL PIANO


COMPOSERS





Betty Olivero, CONTEMPORARY MUSIC



Luca Lombardi, CONTEMPORARY MUSIC



Günter A. Buchwald, SILENT MOVIE MUSIC
composer, conductor, soloist


SPECIAL PROJECTS



   


Roberto Prosseda, PEDAL PIANO CYCLE

 
       


Roberto Prosseda, TeoTronico


BLUE PLANET





Jean Jacques Lemêtre ,
MASTER OF THE 3000 INSTRUMENTS

Multi-Instrumentalist, composer, instrument maker, explorer, inventor
music for theatre + cinema, concerts, multimedia-projects,
masterclasses, workshops ...

FILM & MUSIC

Film Concerts / Silent Movies

               

        


        


DER
GOLEM (Paul Wegener, 1920, restored + tinted version 2004)
Music: Betty Olivero


FAUST
(F.W. Murnau, 1924
Music: G.A. Buchwald


NOSFERATU 
(F.W. Murnau, 1922, restored +tinted version 2006 )
Music: G.A. Buchwald

THE LOVES OF PHARAOH 
(E. Lubitsch, ) 
Music: Eduard Künneke


SUMIKO 
(S.Suzuki, Japan 1929, restored version 1997)
Musik: G.A. Buchwald

CASANOVA 
(A. Wolkoff, 1927, restored version Cinémathèque Francaise, 1989) 
Music: G.A. Buchwald

THE WIND
(V. Sjöström, USA 1928) 
Music: G.A. Buchwald


BERLIN, DIE SINFONIE DER GROSSSTADT
 
(W. Ruttmann, 1927)
Music / sound - collage live:  J.J. Lemêtre


LANGUAGE & MUSIC

MUSIC & READING


Mozart and Mendelssohn in Italy
  Works by Mozart + Mendelssohn
Songs & writings


Roberto Prosseda, piano
Andreas Pehl, countertenor, reading
MUSIC LECTURES


Mendelssohn at the Jewish Museum Berlin
Composition by Luca Lombardi
&
Works by Mendelssohn f. piano solo




Roberto Prosseda, piano
Luca Lombardi,  Moderation, Diskussion
Rassismus in der Musik
Luca Lombardi: "Warum", Streichquartett
R. Schumann: Streichquartette Opus 41.



Streichquartett
Luca Lombardi, presentation, lecture

THEATRE

no offer at present time


GUESTS





Alessandra Ammara
Works f. piano four hands and for 2 pianos
by Mendelssohn
with Roberto Prosseda                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                


*   in memoriam




Maestro Misha  Alexandrovich                                             
tenor & cantor, 1914 - 2002