Tuesday 23rd July, 9.00pmBurattino senza fili
con Bruno Siciliano e gli artisti del Conservatorio “Giuseppe Martucci” di Salerno
Conduce Rosita Sosto Archimio

Belvedere di Villa Rufolo

Tuesday 23rd July
Extra Festival
Belvedere di Villa Rufolo, 9.00pm
Burattino senza fili
Automi, Robot, Intelligenze artificiali: la nuova travolgente
rivoluzione industriale in una serata tra scienza e spettacolo
con Bruno Siciliano, ordinario di Robotica all’Università Federico II
di Napoli, e gli artisti del Conservatorio “Giuseppe Martucci” di Salerno
Music by Lully, Bach, Clarke e Purcell
Conduce Rosita Sosto Archimio
Free admission, booking required

Ensemble Strumentale del Conservatorio “G. Martucci” di Salerno
Violini: Mauro Tamburo, Mario Palermo, Nicoletta Cuomo, Antonio 
Nobile, Elena Vesna, Valentina Mennillo
Viola: Selena Cantarella
Contrabbasso: Francesco Mosca
Flauto: Rossella Corbino
Fagotto: Gaetano Varriale
Percussioni: Andrea De Chiara
Direttore Massimiliano Carlini

 

Programme
J.B. Lully Marche de Savoye
J.S. Bach Contrappunto n. 1 dall’Arte della fuga
J.B. Lully Les folies d’Espagne
”        Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs
J. Clarke  Trumpet Voluntary
H. Purcell Pavane e ciaccona in Sol minore
”        Trumpet Tune
The extraordinary advances in robotics and artificial intelligence are already changing, often without our full awareness, the way we produce, consume, communicate. And many of our daily activities, in the coming years, will be greatly transformed thanks to the impact of these new technological applications. What was once the object of the sci-fi narrative today is increasingly real and close; and above all, progress is so fast that it is hard to imagine what will happen tomorrow. These fascinating themes will be at the heart of the second scientific appointment curated by Città della Scienza: Bruno Siciliano, professor of Robotics and Automation at the University “Federico II” of Naples, will tell the audience about the state of the art and the prospects of technological research in this sector, also presenting some examples of its research; while the young musicians of the Conservatory “G. Martucci ”of Salerno, conducted by Maestro Massimiliano Carlini, will interpret the night’s themes in a musical key, also presenting an absolutely innovative project, curated by Maestro Imma Battista, director of the Conservatory of Salerno.