Flower power

Mario Brunello and Andrea Pennacchi. Musical reading freely inspired by the book by Alessandra Viola. Music by Bach and Alessio Pianelli


Silent woods?

Do plants, do trees have a voice, a sound?
The event starts with a story by Paolo Rumiz, taken from "La leggenda dei monti naviganti" ("The Legend of the Navigating Mountains"), in which a cello joins its ancestors, the fir trees of the Paneveggio forest, and discovers the roots of its sound. A Suite for solo cello by Bach to follow. 

The world of plants, trees are living beings, and as such have their rights as all living beings on earth.

Six excerpts from "Flower power" by Alessandra Viola, a book that raises a central issue for the future of the planet, alternated with the six movements of Bach's third Suite for solo cello.

Then, a new work written and conceived for the occasion, for voice and cello solo; originating from a visionary story from 1949, "The Sound Machine" by Roald Dahl, it is composed by young Sicilian composer-cello player Alessio Pianelli. A praise, between music and words, to the power of nature.

Info and bookings: tel no. 0461.751251 (Mon/Fri: 8.00-12.00); email: info@artesella.it ; www.artesella.it

Booking required. Paid event in advance:

admission ticket € 30,00 per person.

The ticket is non-refundable, unless concert is cancelled
The concert ticket allows you to visit the exhibition areas on the day of the event.