A Great Symphony For Torino is an exclusive soundtrack of the city in augmented reality devised by Associazione Culturale Situazione Xplosiva with the British Council, the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations, with the support of Città di Torino and IED, on the occasion of Club To Club Festival and Luci d’Artista, and within the programme of ContemporaryArt Torino Piemonte and Torino Smart City.
Under the artistic direction of dj/producer Kode9, fifteen young talented Italian and international musicians have created a soundtrack to Torino’s main locations by elaborating the sounds and environmental effects recorded there, capturing their atmosphere and essence and creating a continuous dialogue with Luci d'Artista’s light installations.
The deadline for submission has been extended and everyone is invited to take part to the competition. Joining is very simple: download the stems here that make up the A Great Symphony tracks and then create your own remix. Send an email to info[at]clubtoclub.it with subject “A Great Symphony For Turin remix”, your name (or moniker) and a link to download your track, which will then be uploaded on the official Soundcloud page.
The composer of the best remix, as selected by Club To Club Festival’s team and the British Council, will be awarded the unique opportunity to perform at #C2C16 and to take part in the next edition of the project, which boasts the participation of artists of the calibre of Kode9, Dave Saved, DVA and Vaghe Stelle. The new deadline is the 10th April 2016.
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The contemporary Lingotto Centre is one of the largest multifunctional centres of Europe. Inside is the Oval, an avant-garde exhibition area, connected to the former MOI by the symbolic 2006 Winter Olympics catwalk.
Founded in 1906, Politecnico di Torino is a public university for engineering and architectural studies.
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo is an institution which supports contemporary art and young artists.
Hosting the second biggest fruit and vegetables city market, piazza Madama Cristina is the heart of the San Salvario district.
Porta Nuova is the main train station in Turin, which opened to the public in 1864.
Housing the Conservatory, Piazza Bodoni features in its center an equestrian statue of Alfonso Ferrero della Marmora, general and prime minister of the Kingdom of Italy.
The Monte dei Cappuccini, home of the convent of Santa Maria al Monte, is a hill offering a suggestive view over the Centre of Turin, and a symbol of the spiritual world of the city.
Among the main streets in Turin, Via Carlo Alberto Palazzo Cisterna, built in the early XVIII Century, and its Giardino dei Principi, open to the public since 2015 as a space dedicated to contemporary arts.
Piazza San Carlo is considered 'Torino's salon'. 168m long and 76m wide, it's located inside the street axis of via Roma, which links it to piazza Castello and piazza Carlo Felice.
Galleria Subalpina connects two of the most important spots in Turin: Piazza Castello and Piazza Carlo Alberto. Inspired by the French commercial gallery, it is considered as a model of refinement all over the world.
Built between 1961 and 1966 for the liberal arts branch, Palazzo Nuovo is still one of the main buildings of Università degli Studi di Torino.
Piazza Carignano is one of the historical places of the city, surrounded by stately Baroque buildings, including the imposing Palazzo, testimony to the Italian Risorgimento, and the prestigious Teatro in front, both built by the Princes of Carignano.
Torino Porta Susa railway station is the latest and most spectacular in the Turin-Milan line, and represents the most complex full back piece of large urban redevelopment project in the city.
Piazza Castello is the main city square and heart of the old town centre; many historical city buildings like Palazzo Reale and Palazzo Madama are housed inside it.
Piazza Palazzo di Città is located in what was the central part of the ancient Roman town. The monument at the center of the square dates from 1853 and depicts Amedeo VI of Savoia, said Il Conte Verde.
Galleria Umberto I is a historical building hosting many commercial spaces. It once housed the first hospital in Turin, and it used to be the biggest commercial gallery of the city.