Music by Philip Glass, Bear McCreary, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Yann Tiersen, Michael Andrews, Marco Betta, Michel Nyman, Francesco Di Fiore, William Susman.
The “Sequence Shot” (piano-sequenza in Italian) is a film procedure coinciding with an entire sequence which than develops within a single frame. A celebrated film technique, long-analysed, adopted with frequency and in different variations in many cases.
Composer and pianist Francesco Di Fiore, in his new “video-concert” Pianosequenza, is inspired by this and by some of the most popular scores of recent years.
Music from The Truman Show, The Hours, The Sheltering Sky, Amélie, Donnie Darko, The Piano, At precisely Six O’Clock, Balancing Acts, When Medicine Got It Wrong, Secret Journey and many others.
Visuals by Valeria Di Matteo are based on film images.
NEW UPCOMING ALBUM
Zefir Records presents Pianosequenza, a new solo album by Francesco Di Fiore, containing music from film scores by Philip Glass (The Truman Show and The Hours) Yann Tiersen (Amélie), Michael Nyman (The Piano, A Zed and Two Noughts and The Diary of Anne Frank), William Susman (When Medicine Got It Wrong) and Di Fiore himself (At Precisely Six O’Clock).
Pianosequenza has been released on September 4, 2015 by Dutch label Zefir Records.
LIVERPOOL, UK – The Capstone Theatre
BACAU, RO – Sala Ateneu
NANXUN, CN – Grand Theatre
HUZHOU, CN – Grand Theatre
FUZHOU, CN – Grand Theatre
FUQING, CN – Grand Theatre
NANTONG, CN – Grand Theatre
HARBIN, CN – Grand Theatre
SAN BARONTO, IT – XVIII Musicarte Montalbano Festival
NIZZA MONFERRATO, IT – Auditorium Trinità
BAGHERIA, IT – Palazzo Cutò