Musik vor 1600 - Locatelli-Andres
Andrés Locatelli
(Università degli Studi di Pavia)


Andres Locatelliis an Argentinean-Italian musician and musicologist. His music education began at Escuela Nacional de Musica de Rosario, where he graduated with the highest marks in 2001. From 2005 to 2007 he studied recorder at the Amsterdam "Sweelinck" Conservatoire with P. Leenhouts, W. van Hauwe and J. Isaac. He then took choral and orchestral conducting lessons and courses with A. van der Spoel, Facundo Agudín, Michael Reif, and Rob Vermeulen in Holland and Basel. Since 2007 he lives in Cremona (Italy) where he is completing his PhD in Musicology (University of Pavia). His research focuses on musical philology and polyphonic repertoires of the 14th and 15th centuries. As a recorder soloist he has collaborated with important early music orchestras and ensembles such as Concerto Italiano (R. Alessandrini), Les Musiciens du Louvre, Ensemble Elyma, Musica, Holland Baroque, and La Venexiana. As early music conductor he has performed around Europe and in South America. He conducted the European premiere of Cavalli’s opera Veremonda, l'amazzone di Aragona with Concerto Köln at the Schwetzinger Festspiele 2016 and Staatstheater Mainz in 2016. In 2017 he created the ensemble Theatro dei Cervelli, devoted to the rediscovery of unknown or forgotten music sources of the 17th century. In the musicological field he has lectured in the United States (Princeton University, Handel Society), Spain (Oviedo University), Italy (Florence, Ars Nova Certaldo), and Belgium (MedRen Conference 2015). He has published for ETS editions (Italy) and De Gruyter (Germany). He is a member of the PIT research group (Polifonie Italiane del Trecento), a collaboration between University of Pavia and Fondazione Franceschini (Florence). He will be Visiting Student Research Collaborator at the Department of Music of Princeton University in 2019.

Vorträge von Andrés Locatelli in dieser Reihe:
  1. Metrical-Musical Phenomena in Matteo da Perugia’s Secular Works
    (26. Juni 2019)