[…] At the Museo Diocesano in Venezia, from May the 13th, is going to be inaugured Viva Vivaldi, a new «artistic-spectacular format», that conducts the viewer in a total immersion in the music of baroque genius: sounds, pictures, even scents. […] Viva Vivaldi is ad exhibition with a high technological content. With the artistic management by Davide Rondoni, the musical part by Cristian Carrara and the visual by Gianni Canova […].
«Also the musical choices – explains to “La Lettura” Cristian Carrara – are made following the storyboard. With the composer’s look, I selected various sketches from Vivaldi, trying to give musical unity to pieces coming from various genres, like concerts, opera, sacred music, juxtaposed for assonance, colours, tonality, and linked between them with my interludes, like areas of pause; in some cases I allowed myself to add instrumental or extramusical sounds on. Anyway, the music is going to be in foreground, not like a soundtrack: the effort is to make sure that the multimedial scope will be functional to the sound experience».
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