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Introducing Luca Francesconi

The great Luca Francesconi studied composition with Karlheinz Stockhausen, Luciano Berio, and Azio Corghi. His music has been performed, commissioned and adored by the world's leading musical ensembles and institutions.

He has written over a hundred works, ranging from solo to large orchestral pieces, and from opera to multimedia.

The great Luca Francesconi studied composition with Karlheinz Stockhausen, Luciano Berio, and Azio Corghi. His music has been performed, commissioned and adored by the world's leading musical ensembles and institutions.

He has written over a hundred works, ranging from solo to large orchestral pieces, and from opera to multimedia.

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Milano Musica

The 28th Milano Musica Festival, Luca Francesconi. Velocità del tempo focuses on Francesconi's creative output across his entire career. The festival consists of more than 24 events including orchestral and chamber concerts, and conferences.

The festival presents a dialogue between Francesconi's music, and composers and works from the 20th and 21st century: from Stravinsky to Berio to Stockhausen.

The Festival presents 12 world and 8 Italian premieres.

The festival presents a dialogue between Francesconi's music, and composers and works from the 20th and 21st century: from Stravinsky to Berio to Stockhausen. The Festival presents 12 world and 8 Italian premieres.

Quartett

One of Francesconi's most important theatre works, Quartett, based on the play by Heiner Müller, will be revived during the festival at Teatro alla Scala.

Commissioned by Teatro alla Scala, the work received its premiere in 2011 - since then, it has been staged seventy-six times around the world and received Abbiati Prize.

One of Francesconi's most important theatre works, Quartett, based on the play by Heiner Müller, will be revived during the festival at Teatro alla Scala.

Commissioned by Teatro alla Scala, the work received its premiere in 2011 - since then, it has been staged seventy-six times around the world and received Abbiati Prize.

See Quartett on nkoda