/ Rear View Mirror Series
The main series of the Flauto d’Amore Project, Rear View Mirror aims to establish the flauto d’amore in the new music scene while connecting with its traditional origins.
Vol. I: A Contemporary Glance on Flauto d’Amore
/ the instrument gets exposed for the first time, unveiling the beginning of how its potentiality can enfold.
Nathan Hudson / Textured Air, for fda and percussion
Liliya Ugay / Sweet Suite for fda and piano
Gleb Kanasevich / don’t wake them up for fda and electronics
Max Grafe / Trio Sonata for fda, viola and bass clarinet
Greenwich House / Manhattan / May 26, 2019 / 7:30pm
Vol. II: Works With Strings
/ the journey continues through the exploration of the flauto d’amore paired with strings and electronics.
Erin Rogers / new work for fda and viola
Clint Needham / new work for fda and string trio
Nirmali Fenn / new work for fda and electronics
James-David Stoker Johnsen-Young / new work for fda solo
Howie Kenty / new work for fda and string quartet + electronics
Greenwich House / Manhattan / February 8, 2019 / 7:30pm
Vol. III: Stylus Electricus
/ the flauto d’amore is joined by period instrument in an exploration of ancient sounds in a modern language.
Roger Zare / new work TBA
Flannery Cunningham / new work TBA
Inti figgis-vizueta / new work TBA
Keiko Devaux / new work TBA
Greenwich House / Manhattan / October, 2020 / 7:30pm
/ Independent Projects
Flauto d’amore at Rockwood: Electric Sessions
/ Electric Sessions is a show that brings the Flauto d'Amore into the world of jazz and electronic music. The evening begins with an improvised set of electronic music featuring the Flauto d'Amore with Nathan Hudson and Ginevra Petrucci, and then new compositions and reimagined standards for jazz quartet, where Ginevra will be joined by Mikael Darmanie on piano, Keenan Zach on bass and Chris Bill on drums performing works written by Zach and Bill.
Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3 / Manhattan / December 1, 2019 / 5:00pm