Airing of film-documentary by Alessandro Scillitani
Artemide Film/Italy 2021; 52 minutes
with Paolo Rumiz, Tomaso Bisiak, Igor Coretti-Kuret,
Aleksandra Latinovic, Tamas Major, Davide Fanchin,
and Davide Zaniolo
An exciting journey narrated by journalist and writer Paolo Rumiz through the European Spirit of Youth Orchestra, a youth symphonic orchestra created by Maestro Igor Coretti-Kuret, who comes from Trieste but is Slovenian speaking, in which the best young musicians – from Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Italy, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Ukraine and Hungary – are brought together to practise along with the best teachers, in an intellectually stimulating environment that encourages both their artistic development and their European identity.
Violinist and conductor of international fame, Igor Coretti-Kuret studied in the Music Conservatories of Ljubljana and Trieste and graduated in violin from the Giuseppe Tartini Conservatory in Trieste. He then became a member of the Italian Youth Orchestra conducted by maestro Riccardo Muti and taught in a number of European conservatories. In the summer of 1989 he set up his first school for musicians from different European countries, which subsequently became the European Spirit of Youth Orchestra (ESYO), of which he is currently Chief Conductor and Art Director.
Alessandro Scillitani is a documentary author and musician. He usually curates himself the scriptwriting, direction, editing and music of his works. Since 2011 he has worked with Paolo Rumiz, with whom he has produced a large number of films – many of which distributed with “la Repubblica” – aired on national and international television and in cinemas. In 2013 he established his own production company, Artemide Film, with which he has produced many works. He is Art Director of the Reggio Film Festival, an international competition for short films, held since 2002, the year of the first edition.
Thursday 21 October, 20:45
Pordenone - Piazza Maestri del Lavoro 3
Free entry, current Covid-19 regulations apply.
Booking essential via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, seats allocated by Cinemazero.