여기 축제의 장이 열린다. 음악으로 하나되는 예술 축제의 장을 지원하는 콘크리트 오디토리움은 내외부 다양한 소셜활동을 포괄적으로 통합한다. 특히 인상적인 시퀀스를 자아내는 삼각형태의 오프닝 곡선은 트란코소, 주변자연환경을 통합하는 건축적 장치로 내외부 각각 1,100석의 관중석으로 구성된 콘크리트 극장을 완성시킨다. 여기에 추가로 8개의 리허설룸과 대형 바, 미팅룸이 부속된다.
reviewed by SJ
The Música em Trancoso 2014 Festival, to be held March 15th through
March 22nd, the third grand event that celebrates arts, promotes
education and transforms music as a tool for social integration,
announces this year’s wide range of activities.
After two years of meticulous planning, the first Música em Trancoso Festival was held in March 2012. It was the result of the dream of four friends, music lovers and social activists who wanted to create an event to bring together young musicians and established artists while at the same time promoting the natural beauty of the Trancoso region and stimulating economic and social development.
The Festival's critical and popular success was immediate and can be measured by the outstanding performances of more than 200 musicians before 10,000 spectators.
Every year for eight days in a series of free concerts and accompanying musical events between Carnival and Easter, the village of Trancoso welcomes performers and soloists of international recognition in classical music as well as the greatest names in Brazilian popular music.
Its founders are Sabine Lovatelli, president of Mozarteum Brasileiro, one of the most acclaimed associations devoted to the diffusion of classical music in Brazil; Reinold Geiger, president of the L'Occitane group; Carlos Eduardo Bittencourt, entrepreneur from Trancoso, Bahia; and the Luxembourgish architect François Valentiny, internationally known for designing theatres and cultural venues.
Música em Trancoso has three interrelated activities, which take place throughout the event:
- Performances at the Teatro Mozarteum Brasileiro.
- Masterclasses in the "Facilities" building, adjoining the theatre
- Music Initiation Classes for children and teens from public schools in the Trancoso and Arraial d’Ajuda region
The Mozarteum Brasileiro Theatre
From the bold design by architect François Valentiny, the Mozarteum Brasileiro Theatre has two different overlapped audiences, one indoor and one outdoor, each with 1,100 seats.
Design as well as acoustics of the theatre, are in charge of Valentiny architects, Luxemburg, known for their designs of cultural venues including the Concert Hall Saarbrücken (Germany), the House of Mozart – Kleines Festspielhaus Salzburg (Austria) and the Luxemburg Pavilion Expo 2010 in Shanghai.
In the future, the theatre will house various cultural and socio-educational activities, becoming a permanent centre of cultural production.
The Mozarteum Brasileiro Theatre also includes an annex, "The Facilities" building, with eight rehearsal rooms, spacious bar and meeting rooms. With a design which contrasts curves with triangular openings, totally integrated with the natural environment of Trancoso, the building brings imposing panels, etched in bronze, from the renowned Brazilian artist Maria Bonomi. The engravings refer to both the local nature with its impressive cliffs and the birth of the Brazilian nation.
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