Borletti-Buitoni Trust
BBT Artists Rewarding Musical Excellence
Gloria Campaner
Piano
BBT Fellowship 2014

Gloria Campaner - Video

HOME – GLORIA CAMPANER’S SCHUMANN

For Venetian pianist Gloria Campaner, Schumann has been a lifelong passion. Kinderszenen was the first piano cycle she learned as a child and the Piano Concerto was a performance she heard many times at the Gran Teatro la Fenice with her parents. To perform and record these masterworks at the same theatre, with the Filarmonica della Fenice Venezia conducted by her friend John Axelrod, is not only a poignant rediscovery of childhood, but also an evocation of all that is home for her, as this film illustrates.

GLORIA CAMPANER SALUTES SCRIABIN – 1

Heart of Stone films

Gloria Campaner plays Scriabin’s Étude in C sharp minor Op 2 No 1 in a film by Luca Scarzella

Alexander Scriabin died in 1915.  To mark the centenary Italian pianist Gloria Campaner has collaborated with renowned video designer Luca Scarzella in two films exploring the light and shade of Scriabin’s piano works.   Here, in the luminous Sardinian light and amidst Pinuccio Sciola’s imposing stone sculptures, she plays the early Étude in C sharp minor Op 2 No 1, in a film supported by her 2014 Borletti Buitoni Trust fellowship award.

GLORIA CAMPANER SALUTES SCRIABIN – 2

Heart of Stone films

Gloria Campaner plays Scriabin’s Vers la Flamme Op 72 in a film by Luca Scarzella

Alexander Scriabin died in 1915.  To mark the centenary Italian pianist Gloria Campaner has collaborated with renowned video designer Luca Scarzella in two films exploring the light and shade of Scriabin’s piano works.  Here, amidst monumental stone sculptures by famous Sardinian artist Pinuccio Sciola, she dramatically illuminates Scriabin’s late Vers la Flamme, in a film supported by her 2014 Borletti Buitoni Trust fellowship award.

HUMORESQUES | HEROES QUEST

Piano and dance fusion for Auditorium del Parco, L’Aquila.

A unique collaboration commissioned for the opening of the remarkable new Auditorium del Parco in L’Aquila, Italy designed by Renzo Piano. The documentary intersperses parts of the opening night performances – Dutch dance ensemble Gotra Ballet di Heerlen, directed and choreographed by Joost Vrouenraets and solo piano music of Rihm, Schumann, Widmann and Marton Illes performed by Gloria Campaner – with interviews and insight into the building itself.  Film directed and edited by Luca Scarzella. Produced with the support of Borletti-Buitoni Trust.