MPR Bmx Crew ci porta in Emilia!

Mai sentito parlare di MPR Bmx Crew? Se per qualche motivo non hai mai avuto contatto con i riders di Modena, Parma e Reggio Emilia difficilmente avrai sentito parlare di questa nuova crew che si è formata da pochissimo pensando bene di unire le forze e ritrovarsi a girare a rotazione nelle tre rispettive città così da sentirsi più uniti e far sentire la prorpria “voce”.
Proprio ad inizio settimana abbiamo avuto il piacere di passare due giornate intense di bmx e caldo alla scoperta delle tre città emiliane; nuovi spot e sopratutto nuovi rider che molto spesso girano nell’anonimato pur avendo skills e tricks veramente potenti. Grazie alla preziosa collaborazione dei locals Fabio Matrone, Mirco Andreani e Marcello Rizza (grazie per la sauna, le birre rigeneranti e le perle di saggezza che ogni volta ci regali) abbiamo avuto la fortuna di filmare questo clip e passare una vacanza alternativa in quella magica terra che è l’Emilia! Se per qualsiasi motivo vi trovate da quelle parti vi consigliamo di contattare i locals che oltre a farvi vivere una sana scena bmx fatta di semplicità e spensieratezza vi faranno morire dalle risate! Enjoy

5 Risposte “MPR Bmx Crew ci porta in Emilia!”

  1. Ariel

    Congratulations once again! I enjoyed this cenocrt very much, though I could understand where some of the negative comments come from. I think the theory portion was so seamless with the rest of the evening, many people didn’t even notice it! Also since the theory portion morphed into a discussion about forms and compositional techniques, it seemed less overtly theory-ish, for lack of a better word. Theoretical? Not quite right, either.As a singer, it was great fun to hear the Schubert, though I think a slightly shorter, more expressive one might have been found. By the time the piece was done, I couldn’t remember what idea it was supposed to highlight and why it was tied to the Pastoral.One of the things I like most about these cenocrts is when you tie other pieces (either from the same composer or, even better, other composers). While there was some of this, you only played excerpts from the Pastoral in the last third of the first half (so the third sixth of the evening? Oy.). Maybe instead of talking so much about the earthiness of the duple portion of the scherzo, you could have contrasted it with an orchestral transcription of Beethoven’s Minuet in G (minus Harold Hill). Or had a trombone choir (high school students?) play a brief antiphonal example to show the kind of music they were more frequently used for (of course, that means more trombonists wandering through the halls of Orchestra, um, Hall).I also love hearing other orchestra members talk about their instruments and their history. Intellectually I knew that the trombone design hadn’t been changed the way other brass instruments did with the invention of valves, but hearing it from Mr. Wright really helped drive home the point and made me think about this fact in a very different way.Bottom line, thanks once again for a very enjoyable evening at the orchestra and for all the work you put into these cenocrts, finding other musicians and examples/excerpts. I can’t wait for the Debussy!

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