h.18.30 François Bayle’s Les Couleurs de la Nuit (free admission lesson with Giovanni Cospito)
h.21 Concert, Auditorium San Fedele


Acousmatic Space III

Live set

François Bayle
Les Couleurs de la nuit (1982, version 2012) neuf moments enchaînés 38’
I. Animé
II. Plus animé
III. Couleurs froissées (andante 1) IV. Lune floue (andante 2)
V. Bouffées (andante 3)
VI. Nuit noire
VII. Nuit fauve
VIII. Nuit blanche
IX. Nuit dénouée

Acousmatic interpretation: Giovanni Cospito

Sound engineer: Filippo Berbenni


Fernando Corona (1970), Mexican from Tijuana, residing in Catalonia, is one of the most significant artists on the international scene of electronic music. Since he started the Murcof project in 2002, taking the minimalism of Arvo Pärt and Morton Feldman as a reference current, his stylistic code is characterized by a refined and mysterious timbre universe, in which an original lyrical ambient, minimalism spiritual, reminiscent of classical and ancient music, dark glitchy filigree. He collaborates with the pianist Vanessa Wagner, realizes soundtracks and musical elaborations for silent films. The third acousmatic space offers another major work by François Bayle: Les couleurs de la nuit from 1982. In nine linked moments, the French artist explains:

“my intent has always been the same: to compose sound with sound images; to explain how, through pure listening in an acousmatic situation, these sound images move like butterflies in the audible space and project a colorful sparkle on the listener. Seen from the outside, it is a world that defines itself. “