Ephemeral Arts Connection 2012


> MASSIMO PASTORE

EAC 2012_ARTISTIC SUPPORTER

Massimo Pastore (Trapani, 1963), composer and director, received his diploma in directing at the School of Theatre of the City of Marsala sponsored by the Ministry BB.CC.

Subsequently, he was called by the Director of the School, Michele Perriera, to hold the post of Professor of the History of Music Theatre at the same Institution, and later also to be the coordinator of the courses, making the direction of several essays for students.

He studied music with Eliodoro Sollima and he has attended the three-year program “Advanced Experimental Composition” under the guidance of Sergio Lanza, at the Conservatory of Trapani.

Some of its works are:

“Tosca” by G. Puccini

“Cavalleria rusticana” by P. Mascagni

“Pagliacci” by R. Leoncavallo

“Sei personaggi in cerca d’autore”, by L. Pirandello

“Riccardo III”, by W. Shakespeare

“L’ispettore generale”, by N. Gogol’

“Capitano Ulisse”, by A. Savinio

“Qui è quasi giorno”, by M. Perriera

“Cantata per la festa dei bambini morti di mafia”, by L. Violante

“Paolo Borsellino”, by U. Lucentini

“Morte di Socrate”, by F. Mercadante

“La chiave dell’ascensore”, by Agota Kristof

“Antigone”, by Sofocle, Anouilh, Brecht

“Non più mille – Storia di un monumento mai nato”, the book written by G. Di Girolamo, F. Timo, A. Genna

“L’ultimo viaggio di Sindbad”, by E. De Luca.

He has written the music for the works “Pugnale d’ordinanza” and “Buon Appetito” by M. Perriera, made, respectively, at the festival in Mantua and at the Auditorium “Parco della Musica” in Rome.

He was artistic director for the theater section of the Ente Mostra di Pittura Contemporanea of Marsala for the biennium 2003/2004. He was also creator and curator of the exhibition “Tra cielo e terra – Albe e tramonti tra Mozia e le Saline dello Stagnone”.

His work  ”L’onda e la farfalla” won the 2nd prize in the competition announced by the Ministry of Education.

He collaborates with various institutions in the creation of theater workshops.

“When in 1995 I was proposed to direct the School of Theater of the City of Marsala, I put a precise condition: I need an intelligent, generous and rigorous artist, who could help me to cooperate with me in the coordination of the needs of the school. I was introduced to Massimo Pastore, pianist and composer, passionate about theater, greatly attentive to culture … In a year of a great work dedicated to the Shepherd School, he has exceeded my expectations. He gave a lot to all of us: the city, the students, myself “.

Michele Perriera


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