Recital with English pianist Ian Pace 

Florianópolis will host the pianist's solo piano recital Ian Pace, professor of music at City University London, will be held on the stage of Teatro Ademir Rosa – CIC, on June 13th at 20:30 pm. With free entry. Sympla platform ticket collection. The Piano Recital Program will feature Symphony No. 7, op. 92 by LV Beethoven, arranged by Franz Liszt, by Claude Debussy - Images, Book 2, Fantasy on Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, among other classical pieces.

The recital is part of the program of the Regional and International Congress of the “Ciclo Música em Movimento: Sonoras Projections”, in its fourth edition

The event is held by the Department of Music (DMU) of the Center for Arts, Fashion and Design (Ceart) of the State University of Santa Catarina (Udesc), on the 12th, 13th and 14th of June. Its program includes conferences, seminars, discussions on musical creation and interpretation, research presentations, recitals, lectures and concerts. Around 80 musician-researchers from all regions of Brazil and abroad participate.

With support from the Santa Catarina Research and Innovation Support Foundation (Fapesc), the 2024 cycle has a partnership with the Federal Universities of Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS) and Santa Maria (UFSM), in addition to the support of DMU, from the Postgraduate Program in Music (PPGMUS), from the Piano em Foco and Pianíssimo extension projects, all from Udesc Ceart.

The objective of the event is to encourage critical investigation into musical practices, promoting sharing, socialization, debate and reflection on research into artistic activities around music and exposing the discussion to academic society and society in general.

About the pianist

Ian Pace is an English pianist and musicologist, specializing in performance, music, society and the avant-garde. Born in Hartlepool in 1968, he studied at the Chetham School of Music, The Queen's College, Oxford, and the Juilliard School, New York, as a Fulbright Scholar. Influenced by Hungarian pianist György Sándor, a disciple of Bartók, Ian has lived in London since 1993. With an international career, Ian performs throughout Great Britain, Europe and the United States, focusing on music from the 100th and 23st centuries. He has world premiered more than XNUMX pieces for solo piano and is known for his ambitious programming and technical skill. Artistic director of the ensemble Topologies, he collaborates with soloists and groups such as the Arditti Quartet. Ian has performed in XNUMX countries and at renowned festivals such as Festival D'Automne in Paris and Ars Musica in Brussels. Head of Performance at City University London, he publishes extensively on musical history and the avant-garde, and is a central figure in contemporary music.

  Start: 13/06/2024 20:30

  End: 13/06/2024 22:30

  Values: Free entry – with ticket collection on the Sympla website or app