CORVIALE CHORAL

CORALE CORVIALE is a sound walkwhich weaves the voices of some inhabitants of the Serpentone, a residential complex located in the Corviale area, on the southwestern outskirts of Rome. Becoming a symbol of the failure of the capital's housing and social inclusion policies, life continues to flow in its cyclical nature in the cement snake that is almost a kilometer long. Families grow, the surrounding nature resists, luxuriant, with its inhabitants. 

CORALE is a tribute to beautiful and fragile thingslike the human, plant and animal lives that populate these places. CORALE is a celebration of the Mother Goddess - the goddess of maturation, of growth - who was revered here by the Romans with the name of Dia.

 CHORAL is the hope of looking within, reveal the deep meaning of things and rebuild that natural and essential bond that makes us part of a community called Earth.

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Listen to the compositions ofFederico Pascucci
performed byFederico Pascucci Cinematica Ensemble:

Carla Mulas González and Giulia Anita Bari(violin)

Ambra Chiara Michelangeli(viola)

Marco Zenini(contrabass)
Federico Pascucci(ney, clarinet)

Genesis
Perseverance
Corviale

CORVIALE CHORALis a work ofGUENDALINA SALINImade with the support of

MARCO STEFANELLIinterview collection, audio editing

GIULIA ANITA BARIlyrics, violin, video editing

FEDERICO PASCUCCIoriginal music composition

 

CORVIALE CHORALwas made for MAGIC CARPETS ITALIA, organized by LATITUDO ART PROJECTS

funded by CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAMunder the patronage ofATER Rome

in collaboration withCorviale City Workshop, Cities Art Projects