(Sunday) 17:00 - 18:30
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Petra Magoni (vokalas / vocals), Ferruccio Spinetti (kontrabosas / double bass)
Duration 1 h. 30 min. (without intermission)
The unconventional duo “Musica Nuda” was born from the accidental meeting of Petra Magoni and Ferruccio Spinetti. In 2003 Petra and Ferruccio met in a band called Avion Travel, where she was a singer and he played double-bass. Petra Magoni was about to embark on a mini-tour of small clubs in her native Tuscany, accompanied on guitar by a friend. But on debut day, the guitarist fell ill. Rather than canceling the date, Petra asked Ferruccio if he felt like sitting in instead, and he promptly accepted.
The gig was such a success that in a matter of a few weeks the two members of this brand new voice’n’bass combo put together a full repertoire, picking the songs they loved the most, and in a single day they recorded their first album, “Musica Nuda”. “Musica Nuda” spontaneously became the name of their project and of the band itself. The chemistry between them was perfectly obvious, but neither Petra nor Ferruccio could ever imagine the achievements that were to come in such a short time: hundreds of performances in Italy and abroad, prestigious awards, recognition from fans and the media, TV appearances, and radio broadcasts.
It is a concert of gratitude to the city, all the participants, and visitors of the festival. Klaipėda theatre square. Free entry.
© Angelo Trani
27 (Sunday) 18:30 - 29 (Tuesday) 21:50
Teatro g. 2, Klaipėda
A surprise from the international theatre festival TheATRIUM: a workshop led by legendary Russian theatre director Dmitry Krymov (Russia). This long-planned occasion has been delayed a few times for various circumstances and finally we can state it will definitely happen.
Dmitry Krymov (born 1954) is one of the most interesting and significant theatre directors in Russia. He started his career in theatre as a painter-scenographer. Krymov created scenography for more than 100 performances, including legendary “Othello”, “Tartuffe” and “The Misanthrope” directed by his father Anatoly Efros.
Later, Krymov suddenly left the theatre and for more than a decade devoted his work exclusively to fine arts – painting and graphics. His artworks from that period are exhibited all over the world.
In 2002, Krymov was invited to teach scenography at GITIS (Russian Institute of Theatre Arts), where he started directing performances – not with professional actors but with future scenographers. Those performances provoked a furor in the Russian theatre world.
Following the invitation from Anatoly Vasilyev, Krymov established his own theatre laboratory – a Drama Art School. Today, Krymov’s performances travel to various theatre festivals, they’ve been awarded with numerous “Golden Mask” awards and other prizes and became a separate theatre phenomenon – a distinctive and unique type of visual theatre.
The masterclass will take place in Klaipėda Drama Theatre, it will run for three days – June 27 to 29.