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XVII SEVENTEENTH EDITION
PERGOLESI SPONTINI FESTIVAL
FALSO D’AUTORE
JESI, MAIOLATI SPONTINI, ANCONA, APIRO, LORETO, MONSANO, OSTRA, SERRA DE’ CONTI

IMAGINARY BIOGRAPHIES
DISGUISES
FAKES TO READ
September 1st-17th, 2017 

Friday, September 1st, 9 pm
Jesi, G.B. Pergolesi Theater
STABAT MATER
Music by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Antonio Vivaldi
soprano Emmanuelle de Negri
countertenor  Damien Guillon
conductor Damien Guillon
Le Banquet Céleste
ergolesi’s masterpiece in the critical revision by Claudio Toscani

Friday, September 1st, 10 pm
Jesi, Piazza della Repubblica
STABAT MATER IN JAZZ
Arrangements by Giuliana Soscia and Pino Jodice from G.B. Pergolesi
Giuliana Soscia & Pino Jodice Quartet
Accordion Giuliana Soscia
piano Pino Jodice
bass Attilio Zanchi
voice, percussion instruments Giovanni Imparato
A jazz version of Pergolesi’s Stabat

Friday, September 1st, 11 pm
Jesi, Piazza della Repubblica
JAZZIN’ AROUND BAROQUE
Music by G.B. Pergolesi, C. Monteverdi, G. Caccini, H. Purcell, G.F. Händel, A. Caldara, W.A. Mozart,
A. Sartorio, A. Vivaldi
soprano Paola Quagliata
piano Davide Corini
bass Luca Garlaschelli
drums  Nicola Stranieri 

Baroque music and Jazz without space-time barriers
Saturday, September 2nd, 6 pm
Jesi,  Palazzo Pianetti Gallery
FAKES TO READ
Ossian Poems
Texts by J. Macpherson, V. Alfieri, U. Foscolo, J.W. von Goethe
music by Franz Schubert
tenor Marcello Nardis
piano Marcello Nardis
reciting voice  Edoardo Coen
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
with the participation of Daniele Adriani, Jaime Canto Navarro, tenors, e Renzo Ran, bass
The most important literary event of the second part of the eighteenth century was the alleged discovery of the  Scottish bard Ossian’s songs, actually written by James Macpherson, who was inspired by authentic popular ballads.

Saturday, September 2nd, 9 pm
Apiro, S. Urbano Abbey
BACH/PERGOLESI
Music by J.S. Bach / G.B. Pergolesi, A. Vivaldi
soprano Emmanuelle de Negri
countertenor Damien Guillon
conductor Damien Guillon
Le Banquet Céleste
Bach adapts a German text to Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater:  the Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden cantata. 

Sunday, September 3rd, 6 pm
Maiolati Spontini, Oil and biodiversity House.
EAST/WEST
bandoneon Daniele di Bonaventura
Nawaris
orientale lute Hussein Rassim
percussion instruments and vocalist Saif Al Qaisi
The art of improvisation, a meeting among musicians of different origin ranging over genres and cultures.

Sunday, September 3rd, 9 pm
Maiolati Spontini, Garden of  Gaspare Spontini Museum
FAKE TO READ
Sion Sages’ protocols
music Klezmer tradition
Quartetto K
violin Stefano Martini
flute Matteo Salerno
guitar Egidio Collini
bass Fabio Gaddoni
reciting voices Edoardo Coen, Marco Celli
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
Published in Russia at the beginning of the twentieth century, this text served to foment hatred against Jews, blaming them for a conspiracy to conquer the world: instrument of Nazi propaganda, it has become the subject of Umberto Eco’s  Prague Cemetery, theme treated with extraordinary irony. 

Friday, September 8th settembre, 9 pm
Jesi, G.B. Pergolesi Theater
THE COLOR OF THE SUN
One act opera freely made from the novel of the same name by Andrea Camilleri
Music by Lucio Gregoretti
videointerview of Ugo Gregoretti to Andrea Camilleri realized by Gianlorenzo Gregoretti
Caravaggio Massimo Odierna
Lena – Soprano I Cristina Neri
Celestina – Alto I Anastasia Pirogova
Il giovane di piacere – Tenor I Daniele Adriani
Padre Superiore – Bass I Renzo Ran
Aloysio – Soprano II Claudia Nicole Calabrese
La bardassa – Alto II Natsuko Kita
Voce prima dell’Incubo- Tenor II Jaime Canto Navarro
Voce seconda dell’Incubo – Bass II Carlo Feola 

conductor Gabriele Bonolis
stage director, set designer,video dramaturgy Cristian Taraborrelli
costume designer Angela Buscemi
video Fabio Massimo Iaquone
light designer Alessandro Carletti 

Ensemble Roma Sinfonietta

New production by Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini
in coproduction with Teatro Comunale Luciano Pavarotti di Modena
in collaboration with Roma Sinfonietta e Accademia d’Arte Lirica di Osimo
Committee of Pergolesi Spontini Foundation and of Luciano Pavarotti Communal Theater of Modena
First world performance
Caravaggio’s diary, that Camilleri claims to have had in his hands in mysterious circumstances and from which he has copied some precious pages, becomes an opera. 

Saturday, September  9th, 6 pm
Ancona, terrace of the Archaeological National Museum of Marche Region
FAKES TO READ
Chansons de Bilitis
Texts by Pierre Louÿs
Music by Claude Debuss
reciting female voice Lucie Leporowska
reciting male voice Edoardo Coen
flutes  Francesco Cavallo, Luca Pellegrini
harps Federica Tomassini, Monica D’Anna
celesta Diana Massacesi
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
In collaboration with Conservatorio G. Rossini of Pesaro
In 1894 Pierre Louÿs publishes a collection of lyrics claiming to have translated them from the original in ancient Greek by  Bilitis, a contemporary poetess of Saffo.

Saturday, September 9th, 9 pm
Loreto, Basilica of the Holy House
MASS “L’HOMME ARMÉ”
Music by J. Ockeghem, P. de La Rue, L. Compère, J. Desprez, A. Brumel, H. Isaac
Odhecaton
conductor Paolo Da Col
More than forty masses, composed between XV and XVII  centuries, use  the melody of the profane song L’Homme armé as cantus firmus 

Sunday, September 10th, 6 pm
Serra De’ Conti, San Francesco Cloister
FAKE TO READ
Constitutum Constantini
Music by Anonymous of  XIII-XVI centuries and Gregorian songs
Odhecaton
Reciting voice Edoardo Coen
conductor Paolo Da Col
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
The Constantine’s Donation, on which the popes founded their temporal power, is an apocryphal document, the falsity of which had already been demonstrated by the Humanist  Lorenzo Valla in the XV century.

Sunday, September 10th, 9 pm
Monsano, Aroli Church
VIVALDI AND THE ITALIAN STYLE
Music by and attributed to A. Vivaldi, J.S. Bach, T. Albinoni, A. Corelli, B. Marcello
Accademia Hermans
traversiere Fabio Ceccarelli
cello Alessandra Montani
Harpsichord Fabio Ciofini
Great composers of the eighteenth century between false attributions, transcriptions and re-writing. 

Friday, September 15th, 9 pm
Ostra, La Vittoria Theater
FAKES TO READ
Sicilian Songs
Texts by Luigi Capuana
music of the Sicilian tradition and music by Matteo Musumeci
alto José Maria Lo Monaco
piano Matteo Musumeci
reciting voice Edoardo Coen
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
The great writer from Catania is the author of many fakes, believed as authentic, that were included in the Collection of popular Sicilian songs by Lionardo Vigo.

Saturday, September 16th, 6 pm
Jesi, Sala Maggiore of Biblioteca Planettiana
FAKE TO READ
Lorenzo Stecchetti: Lyrics
Texts by Olindo Guerrini
Music by F.P. Tosti, S.I. Taneyev, A. Scontrino, R. Zandonai, G. Sgambati, R. Casalaina
tenor Raffaele D’Ascanio
soprano Yuliya Poleshchuk
piano Isabella Crisante
reciting voiceEdoardo Coen
mise en espace Giovanni Sinopoli
In collaboration with Istituto Nazionale Tostiano of Ortona
In 1877 poet Olindo Guerrini published  the collection Postuma, attributing it to his cousin, Lorenzo Stecchetti, dead of tubercolosis: its literary success drove many European composers  to put his verses in music. 

Saturday, September 16th, 9 pm
Jesi, V. Moriconi Theater
CONTRAFACTA
Music by C. Monteverdi, D. Castello, G.B. Fontana
La Stagione Armonica
conductor Sergio Balestracci
The Litanie and  Magnificat II by Monteverdi with interpolations of profane madrigals counterfeited by Aquilino Coppini with sacred text.

Sunday, September 17th, 11.30 pm
Jesi, San Marco Church
During the Liturgical Celebration
MASS “SCIOLTO HAVEAN”
Music by Giacomo Carissimi
Mass parody on a madrigal  “Sciolto havean” for 5 voices ,con 2 violins and bass
La Stagione Armonica
conductor Sergio Balestracci
Carissimi uses as a “cantus firmus” for this Mass one of his profane compositions. 

Sunday, September 17th, 6pm
Ancona, Santa Maria in Portonovo Church
AUTHENTIC FAKE
music attributed to G.B. Pergolesi, V. Bellini, G. Donizetti, A. Stradella, S. Rosa, G. Caccini
transcriptions and adaptations from da W.A. Mozart, F. Chopin
soprano Valeria Esposito
piano Luca Gorla
Caccini’s Ave Maria di Caccini, Stradella’s Preghiera, Se tu m’ami – attributed  to Pergolesi – Io te voglio bene assaje – attributed to Donizetti -: their real authors are skilled composers of XIX and XX centuries.