The Chromas Association of Contemporary Music at the Stables of Miramare Castle
In the setting of the project Pro Mexico, at 6 p.m. on 29th August 2014, at Miramare Castle’s stable-block the presentation took place of the exhibition of paintings entitled “Mexico around 2000”. The president of the “Gruppo78”, Maria Campitelli, the promoter of the initiative, led a large audience through the visual eloquence of Mexican figurative art, dwelling in great detail on the numerous works. She was accompanied by some musical interludes, played in part by the Civic Wind Orchestra of Trieste and in part by the Chromas Contemporary Music Association, the latter being thus able to fulfil one of the events usually featuring within Trieste Prima, before the start of its regular season, the concert dedicated to young performers “I giovani e la musica contemporanea”. (“Youngsters and contemporary music”). The percussionists Denis Zupin and Marko Jugovic and the accordionist David Zorzenon performed in front of an enthusiastic audience, in a programme that reached its peak in Philippe Manoury’s Le livre des Claviers and the “Botany play” by Torbjörn Lundquist.
David Zorzenon during his performance
Marko Jugovic performs Manoury