Each movement tries to describe the title that characterizes it.
-Autumn mist: through the wonderful effects that can be made with the bass flute, such as eolium sound, whistletones, whishpertones and bisbigliandos, among others, I have tried to translate into music the unique spectacle of fog over the sea, in the autumn months .
– Nightingales and Goldfinches: through trills, acciacaturas, biting and fast passages of scales by whole tones, I tried to describe these beautiful, wonderful creatures and owners of a unique freedom, traits that become visible in their flights and in their chirps.
-Sirens: the challenge of describing with sounds these mythological, unreal and fantastic creatures that live in the seas and become visible to humans amid the rising rays of the sun king and the first gleams of the evening stars.
The picture belongs to Evangelina Lenarduzzi
“Árbol rojo”. Oleo sobre lienzo. 48 cm x 59 cm.
-Degree in Composition, Prof of Composition and Technique in Harmony and Counterpoint.
Her catalog includes works for solo instruments, chamber groups, symphonic orches with and without soloists, and works for a cappella mixed choir and with instrumental accompaniment. Since 2002, she has been a member of the SGAE (Spain). She has obtained the “Creation Stimulus Award” awarded by the SGAE Foundation on more than 10 occasions. She is a member of Argentine societies of composers: UNACOM and AAC, and the Red de Compositoras Latinoamericanas.
-Music and artistic director of the Rosario Ensemble, Center for Studies for the Diffusion of Contemporary Music, an organization that she founded in 1996.
-Integrant of different groups as violinist, violist and soprano
- the Orquesta del Ensamble Rosario (for the diffusion of contemporary music, with 25 years of activity)
- the Instrumentalia Group (Baroque group that she founded in 2006)
- the Chamber Orchestra of the Rosario University
- the String Camerata of the Municipality of Victoria, Entre Ríos
- the mixed chamber choir “Los Fulanos”