Great ovation and success for Valentini’s premiere Dreamscape and for Rarefazioni di Luce in Buffalo with the Camerata di Sant’Antonio and the conductor Christopher Weber.
The concert, called “Una bella serata”, was held at the church of Sant’Antonio da Padova, full of people for the event. Dreamscape is a piece for string orchestra written in the United States and dedicated to the village of Hamburg, NY, as a sort of daydream.
The Italian Vice Consulate and The Camerata of Sant’ Antonio, in collaboration with Lion of Renaissance Enterprises, LLC, present:
The US premier of Cesare Valentini’s ”Rarefazioni di Luce”, (Rarefactions of Light)
Sunday October 21, 7 p.m.
St. Anthony of Padua Church
Rarefazioni di luce is a piece that describes the atmosphere of the first light when the dawn is breaking, with a great use of modern effects on strings like harmonic natural and artificial glissandos, slap bass, pizzicato with the left hand, harmonic pizzicatos, col legno and many harmonic and rhythmic solutions of today’s music used with a personal and communicative language.