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Vita e eresie di un friulano geniale

Giorgio Mainerio, un misteri furlan

“Giorgio Mainerio, un misteri furlan. Vita e eresie di un friulano geniale”

An ARLeF – Agjenzie Regjonâl pe Lenghe Furlane and Mittelfest 2020 production.

Premiered on the 13th of September as the closing play of the 2020 edition of the Mittelfest festival,  settembre in prima assoluta, a chiusura dell’edizione 2020 del festival Mittelfest, the show traces the story of Giorgio Mainerio (Parma, 1535-Aquileia, 1582), musician, priest and, perhaps, necromancer. His figure is emblematic of the dark and visionary complexity of the Friuli of the XVI century, in which cultured and popular blend, thus enhancing the multilingual and multicultural context of our territory.

The show is a videoteatrical work, realized in various Friulian locations, where theater, music, dance and contemporaneity intertwine, to take “body” on stage only at the end, while the hexaphonic audio leads the spectator creating very particular sensory effects.

Duration: 58.24 min.

 

Credits

Concept and artistic direction: Marco Maria Tosolini
Written and directed: Marco Maria Tosolini e Paolo Antonio Simioni
With Paolo Antonio Simioni (Giorgio Mainerio), Massimiliano Sassi (Fra Felice da Montefalco), and Gianna Barbacetto (Puta Nera), Nauli Pauli (Benandant Orso Zanutto), Martina Buttazzoni (Agana), Paola Bacchetti (ghost voice)
Special appearance by Gabriele De Cecco (missing child)
Ancient music: Fabio Accurso
Improvised electro-acoustic music: Angelo Comisso
Coordination of production and musical consultancy: Giulia D’Andrea
Iconographic research, video creations and sound landscapes: Federico Màzzolo
Collaboration in audio-video-electronic production: Sacha Safretti
Tailoring care: Elisa Segnaboni
Extraordinary advice as the Master of Arms: Roberto Battilana
Shooting and editing: Entract
Editing audio and experimental sound: Vittorio Vella
Linguistic consultancy for the Friulian language: William Cisilino e Michele Calligaris

In cooperation with

Teatri Stabil Furlan
Fondazione Lirica Teatro “G. Verdi” di Trieste
Fondazione Friuli
Associazione Musicologi
Dipartimento Nuovi Linguaggi dal Conservatori “G. Tartini” di Trieste
Comune di Udine – Assessorato alla Cultura
Complesso bandistico «I Cjastinârs» di Muris di Ragogna diretti da Elisa Frezzani
Compagnia Teatrale di Ragogna
Gruppo storico “Città di Palmanova”
Parrocchia di Sante Crôs di Muris

Under the patronage of Municipality of Ragogna

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