CNT PERCUSSION TEAM AND GUESTS
The percussion team of the Rijeka Theatre and guests from the Rijeka Symphony Orchestra and Ivan Matetić Ronjgov Music School wish you a warm welcome to the first percussion concert in the history of Rijeka!
We are pleased to be given this opportunity, especially after the challenging times that are hopefully behind us, and to present this special program in the context of the instrumentation, language and topicality of the selected titles. The additional charm of the concert is that almost all the works were created in the 21st century. The selection of percussion compositions is even more challenging and interesting, which makes this Rijeka concert unique.
We will demonstrate new forms of musical expression that are rarely performed in such an environment, such as electrical effects and the use of electronics and, of course, percussion as the guiding thread, offering these combinations much more than is usual and playing more than 30 instruments!
Anita Primorac: Ronjgov March – “Sinkopa“ Percussion Ensemble
Gustav Peter / arr. Yannick Guillot: Memories of the Rentz Circus (Souvenir de Cirque Rentz) – Massimo Balczo, Saša Miljanović, Šimun Tićak and Giulian Magagnino (keyboard percussion)
Henry Mancini / arr. Anita Primorac: The Pink Panther Theme – “Sinkopa“ Chamber Ensemble
Frankie Sullivan, Jim Peterik / arr. Anita Primorac: Eye of the Tiger – “Sinkopa” Chamber Ensemble
Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano: Percussion duo – Antonio Ceravolo (percussion) and Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano (percussion)
Etienne Perruchon: Cinq danses dogoriennes, for cello and timpani – Petar Kovačić (cello) and Antonio Ceravolo (timpani)
Dave Maric / arr. Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano: Borrowed Time, for marimba, violin, cello and electronic recording – Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano (marimba), Osman Eyublu (violin), Golnar Mohajeri (cello)
Emmanuel Segourné: Attraction duo, for violin and marimba – Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano (marimba) and Osman Eyublu (violin)
Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano: Percussion Quartet No. 1* – Antonio Ceravolo, Anita Primorac, Samuel Baldi and Pedro Rosenthal Campuzano
The concert lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and is performed without an intermission.