CSS: Orchestra rehearsal & Mircea Kiraly/ Mieresch/Screw live set

CSS: Orchestra rehearsal & Mircea Kiraly/ Mieresch/Screw live set

19.00 – Mieresch
21.00 – Mircea Kiraly
22.00 – Film
23.15 – until closing – Screw
Orchestra Rehearsal, Federico Fellini, 1979
”It’s a 13th century oratory – there are graves of popes. It’s monastic, no windows, high walls. Minimal. And wonderful acoustics. The orchestra arrives for a rehearsal and expectations of sensitive artists preparing to commune with the muse are quickly dispelled. Their session is being recorded for TV, the film is a mockumentary.
This is Fellini – that most Marmite of directors, you love or loathe him. The orchestra has a number of Fellini grotesques and the music comes from Nino Rota, Fellini’s long-time collaborator. By the late 1970’s Fellini was slightly passed his best. Orchestra Rehearsal was originally made for Italian TV at a time when Italy was in political and economic turmoil. Red Brigade terrorists were active at the time. The movie is a sort of allegory and it works on many levels. For instance, there’s no room for art in the real world beset by real problems. Inevitably the orchestra’s conductor – El Duce – becomes a manic Hitler figure and there’s a typically Felliniesque deus ex machina finale: startling and funny.”

Mircea Kiraly (composer, producer, sound designer &theorist)
// will be playing ”India”, a musical project produced on synths considered to be a reflection between dialectics and rhetoric, a syllogism between the music from India and J.S.Bach

Screw // live improv set // drone, noise
[Zaar & Sardanapal] (Cezar Cîmpeanu & Alexandra Mocan)
Bringing organic textures combined with electronic drones right from the buttons. A sound gathering born out from the passion of investigating how noise can be ”trance formed”.

Mieresch // live set // ambient, drone (Robert Keresztesy & Abel Barabas)

#ColectivaSilverScreen proposes a series of feature and documentary film screenings with dystopian, anarchist, activist, trangressive and other various underground culture related themes, ranging from the culture’s onset until the present day.



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