The Association Atelier de Angelis, together with the Monteoliveto Association and the Waldorf School in Florence
I'm glad to invite you to the 'Song for Him' concert
dedicated to the Florentine composer Ugalberto de Angelis (1932-1982),
THURSDAY 20 JUNE 19.30 , in the church of San Bartolomeo in Monte Oliveto (located near Villa Strozzi)
Participants will be the singer MARTINA BARRECA soprano, JOHANNA LOPEZ recorder, ANDREA PENNATI guitar, KEVIN MUCAJ violin, MICHELE SARTI piano. Music by Ugalberto De Angelis, Pergolesi, Mozart, Alban Berg, Franco Cioci and Roberto Lupi. The concert is free; an OFFER will be asked to help us support the project and future initiatives.
Then, for those who wish, it will be possible to take partin the social party in the splendid courtyard ofthe Monteolivetoheadquarters, reachable in 3 minutes on foot from the church. A special evening to meet up with foodand good wine to share the impressionsof the concert in the atmosphere of the solstice.
Free contribution, minimum recommended€ 10. Participation is possible upon reservationby writing to the firstname.lastname@example.org by calling348 08 23 492.
With special thanks to all those who have contributed to giving life to this initiative, in particular the musicians and the Abbot Bernardo Francesco Gianni, we hope to see you many!
ATTENTION:For those coming by car it is suggested, to avoid clogging the small road that leads to the church, to park in Viale Raffaello Sanzio / Viale Aleardi (I continue on Viale Sanzio), about 5 minutes away on foot.
UGALBERTO DE ANGELIS , a pupil of Luigi Dallapiccola and Roberto Lupi, was a particularly significant figure for the Florentine cultural life of the Second World War. Through Lupi he came into contact with the Science of the Spirit, the revelations of which he welcomed and shared from an early age helping, together with his painter and teacher wife Fiorenza de Angelis, to give new impulses to Anthroposophy. Despite being a pivotal author in the music scene, also due to his premature death his music has not yet found its own space in the concert repertoire. The artistic heritage of Ugalberto e Fiorenza is preserved in the Atelier de Angelis (in Via Burchiello 101 in Florence). Benedetta de Angelis, daughter of the de Angelis, and the nephew, composer Michele Sarti, are popularized by the painter and teacher.