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Franceso Filidei | organ
FRANZ LISZT (Raiding, 1811 - Bayreuth, 1886)
Evocation à la Chapelle Sixtine
OLIVIER MESSIAEN (Avignon, 1908 - Paris, 1992)
Pièce en trio I
Les mains de l'abîme Chants d'oiseaux
Les yeux dans les roues (from Livre d'Orgue)
JULIUS REUBKE (Hausneindorf, 1834 - Pillnitz, 1858)
Psalm 94
Born in Pisa in 1973, Francesco Filidei graduated from the Conservatory of Florence and the National Conservatory of Paris. As organist and composer, he has been invited by the most important contemporary music festivals, played by orchestras such as WDR, SWR, RSO Wien, ORT, RAI, Tokyo Philharmonic, Bayerischen Rundfunk, Verdi, Filarmoniche di Montecarlo, Vilnius, Warsaw and the most important ensemblespecializzati, in particular at the Philharmonie in Berlin and Cologne, at the Cité de la Musique in Paris, at the Suntory and the Tokyo Opera House, at the Vienna Theaterhaus, at Herkulessaal in Munich, at the Tonhalle in Zurich . After obtaining a commission from the Ircam Comité de Lecture in 2005, he obtained the Salzburg Music Forderpreistrager 2006, the Prix Takefu 2007, the Forderpreistrager Siemens 2009, the UNESCO Medal Picasso / Miro of the Rostrum of Composers 2011, the Abbiati Award 2015. He was a scholar of the Akademie Schloss Solitude in 2005, Member of the Casa de Velàzquez in 2006 and 2007, Pensionnaire at Villa Medici in 2012, Scholarship holder of the DAAD of Berlin and composer in residence of numerous ensembles and festivals. He has taught composition at Royaumont (Voix Nouvelles) at Iowa University, at Takefu, at the Academy of the city of Tchaikovsky in Russia and at the Ferienkurse of Darmstadt. After his first opera on Giordano Bruno, staged at Piccolo in Milan and at Valli di Reggio Emilia and in numerous European theaters, he works on a new opera on a booklet written specifically by Joel Pommerat for the inauguration of the 2019 Season of Opéra Comique of Paris. In 2016 he was named Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture.