THE COLORS OF THE FRENCH SOUND
The project entitled The Colors of French Sound is a thematic concert and was first performed in the Days of Francophonie 2016. The project partners are the French Alliance of Dubrovnik and the Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik. The aim of this program is to present to the audience a rich French musical legacy, primarily works from the period of musical impresionism and modernity. The main features of this music are mingling of sounds in a space that draws colors, so the musicians of the RIM chamber ensemble have been so impressed with the performance of the French sound in symbiosis with the ambience of the Dulčić-Masle-Pulitika gallery where the program was held.
In addition to the performance of the program in Dubrovnik on March 20, 2016, which was held with the support of the City of Dubrovnik, the project was hosted on the island of Lastovo in July 2016, produced by Camerata Ragusina as Hommage a Dubrovnik maestro Ivo Dražinić.
Program: Jacques Ibert: Two interlude for violin, flute and piano (Andante espressivo, Allegro vivo) / Charles-Maria Widor: Introduction and rondo op. 72 for Clarinet and Piano / Francis Poulenc: Flute and Piano Sonata (Allegro malincolico) / Darius Milhaud: Clarinet, Violin and Piano Op. 157 b (Overture, Divertissement, Jeu) / Maurice Ravel: Pavana / Gabriel Faure: Romance for violin and piano op. 28 / Camille Saint-Saens: Tarantella op. 6 for flute, clarinet and piano
Duration: 45 min
Ana Dražinić, violin
Andrea Dizdar, flute
Vedrana Dizdar, clarinet
Ivana Jelača, piano