Musician, composer and guitarist of jazz and contemporary music, multimedia, music for images and teacher. My activity is based in Germany and look to various European countries.
The first performance of the Peruana Suite – Pachamama by Enrico Olivanti, commissioned by LJO sachsen was a special experience in every Concert. European and Peruvian motifs are mixed into an emotional and reflective piece, giving the LJO the opportunity to share the curiosity and the properly Saxon interest for the contemporary sounds with the hosts in Peru.
I approached Enrico Olivanti’s Music after having had the chance to prepare the Wind section of the Saxon Youth Orchestra for the performance of one of his pieces. His musical language is highly expressive in his features and in his intertwining, resulting in its entirety manageable, yet it is rich of a multiplicity of heterogeneous constitutive elements. The use of dissonances is never a trivial tribute to Modernism, it is, on the contrary, at the service of the Constitution and the development of the Opera.
His Music remains in the Abstract, yet it belongs to the dramaturgy of the theme in question.
“Live like a traveller between musical worlds,
and get lost in the diversity and colours, emotions,
shadows and silences, between sounds and songs, being one with them,
Soul and Body, to make them vibrate and be able to resonate”