miércoles, 8 de julio de 2020

CON RICCARDO MUTI SUL PODIO A PAESTUM CONCERTO DI SOLIDARIETÀ PER LA SIRIA


I conflitti, il quadro caldo internazionale, i diritti umani calpestati, la pandemia con le sue pesanti ricadute economiche: Riccardo Muti ha diretto domenica a Paestum il concerto di solidarietà per la martoriata Siria in uno scenario dal «sapore amaro, amarissimo», come ha affermato. «Noi musicisti cerchiamo l’armonia non solo sul palco ma nella società», i «nostri cannoni sono gli strumenti, e dentro ci mettiamo i fiori». Sono parole forti quelle pronunciate dal maestro napoletano al concerto di beneficenza all’aperto per la Siria davanti a una quinta archeologica senza eguali al mondo e un pubblico di 1.000 persone disciplinatamente scaglionate secondo i protocolli sanitari. Codice anti-Covid anche sul palco con musicisti distanziati e leggio singolo anziché per due. Entrata e uscita in scena anche per loro scaglionata. Niente intervallo, mascherine, e niente strette di mano per il pubblico.


Il concerto rientra nel ciclo delle Vie dell’Amicizia che da oltre venti anni vede impegnato il Festival di Ravenna in paesi piagati da conflitti, a cominciare dal primo che si svolse sotto le bombe a Sarajevo nel 1997. L’Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini, fondata da Muti nel 2004, suona di volta in volta con le compagini del paese ospite: questa volta con nove ragazzi siriani della Syrian Expat Philharmonic Orchestra, fondata nel 2015 e residente in Germania.

Non potendo per ovvie ragioni andare in trasferta in Siria, si è scelto il parco archeologico di Paestum con i suoi straordinari templi attici di Giunone, Nettuno e Atena. La città di Paestum è gemellata con Palmira, il sito archeologico siriano distrutto dalla furia iconoclasta dell’Isis nel 2015.

In programma la terza sinfonia di Beethoven, l’Eroica. Mai titolo fu più indicato: il concerto era dedicato infatti a due coraggiose vittime dell’Isis. E è stato anche un atto di coraggio riaprire la stagione musicale, prima Ravenna il 21 giugno, e poi Paestum. Il concerto era dedicato alla memoria di Khaled Asaad, l’archeologo direttore di Palmira trucidato dai terroristi dell’Isis perché oppose resistenza in difesa dei tesori e le testimonianze storiche custodite nel sito. «È stato ucciso in modo barbaro, ha dato la sua vita per proteggere la cultura, un gesto eroico per la cultura», ha detto Muti.

Omaggio anche alla memoria dell’attivista curda siriana Hevrin Khalaf (35 anni), trucidata in un’imboscata durante l’offensiva turca nel Nord Siria nel 2019. «È stata torturata, violentata e lapidata per i suoi pensieri di umanità, che atrocità». Muti ha ricordato anche la cantante Nudem Durak (32), in carcere in Turchia dal 2015, e condannata a 19 anni, per avere cantato un canto curdo. Non meno coraggiosa la giovane artista curda Zehra Dogan (31), esibitasi in una performance a Ravenna e anche ieri a Paestum, che è stata detenuta per quasi tre anni in Turchia per un disegno sgradito (e residente ora a Londra). Il sacrificio di tutti questi eroi aleggiava anche nella voce malinconica della cantante curda Aynur Dogan, che ha intonato prima dell’esecuzione dell’Eroica bellissimi canti in lingua farsi. “Non si tratta di schierarsi contro una parte o l’altra ma contro tutte le atrocità”, ha detto Muti citando un verso di Pascoli in cui il poeta parla di “atomo opaco del male”: «noi musicisti vorremmo trasformarlo in atomo splendente del bene». Poi un appello alla pace nel mondo consapevole della sua portata utopica: «una goccia non basta, ma senza quella goccia e tutte le altre gocce non si può formare l’oceano».

Alle prove la sera prima, dove sono stati aggiustati gli effetti di amplificazione e distanziamento sul suono dell’orchestra all’aperto e sul vasto palcoscenico ai piedi del tempio, Muti sembrava contento e rapito dalla bellezza del luogo. Improvvisamente, incantato dalla luna piena che si affacciava fra le imponenti colonne doriche del tempio di Poseidon, si è fermato ad ammirarla esortando anche tutta l’orchestra a fermarsi e andare a guardarla dal suo podio. «Luna campana», ha esclamato ammirato rivolto al pubblico, per poi tornare a impugnare la bacchetta.

Dopo il lockdown, era questa la seconda uscita in pubblico di Muti dopo il concerto di apertura del Festival di Ravenna lo scorso 21 giugno. Di mezzo, solo una puntata a Vienna per un paio di concerti ristrettissimi con i Wiener Philharmoniker per dire anche addio all’amico Thomas Angyan, storico sovrintendente del Musikverein che ha lasciato a fine giugno dopo oltre 30 anni. Anche per Muti il coronavirus ha comportato la cancellazione di tutti gli impegni artistici e tre mesi di isolamento a casa a Ravenna. Unica consolazione, la compagnia di Beethoven di cui, nel 250mo anniversario della nascita, ha studiato la monumentale Missa Solemnis (composizione da lui mai eseguita finora e che porterà a Chicago) e ha ripassato l’Eroica per il concerto e la Nona Sinfonia che dirigerà invece a metà agosto al Festival di Salisburgo.

Alla fine, un grazie di Muti è andato a quanti hanno reso possibile il concerto, compreso il governatore della Campania Vincenzo De Luca, presente in forze al concerto, che ha permesso di «usare questo spazio unico al mondo». Il concerto sarà trasmesso da Rai 1 il 23 luglio alle 23:15.

https://www.ilmessaggero.it/spettacoli/musica/riccardo_muti_classica_concerto_paestum_siria-5332496.html

RINGO HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY RINGO! THE BIG BIRTHDAY SHOW IS A STARR


studded charity broadcast with featured performances by Ringo, Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Ben Harper and Dave Grohl, Gary Clark Jr., Sheila E., Sheryl Crow & more, plus additional guest surprises! Show to benefit Black Lives Matter, The David Lynch Foundation, MusiCares & WaterAid through Ringo’s Lotus Foundation.



Ringo & Barbara Starkey founded The Lotus Foundation to fund, support, participate in and promote charitable projects aimed at advancing social welfare in diverse areas. The Lotus Foundation will be dispersing all donations raised from The Big Birthday Show evenly between 4 organizations doing important, vital work around the world: Black Lives Matter Global Network, The David Lynch Foundation, MusiCares & WaterAid.

Please go to RingoStarr.com or text RINGO to 707070 to donate. (Texting U.S. only)

The producers would like to thank Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon, Olivia Harrison & everyone at Apple Corps for their support.

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AND DIOR GOES DOLL-SIZED WITH FALL COUTURE COLLECTION


 Maria Grazia Chiuri showcased miniature versions of her Surrealism-inspired collection in a short film directed by Matteo Garrone.


By Joelle DideLockdown can make anyone a little stir crazy. For Maria Grazia Chiuri, who spent a month without setting foot outside her Italian home, art provided a form of escape.

Her fall haute couture collection for Dior was inspired by female Surrealist figures such as Dora Maar, Leonora Carrington and Lee Miller — and Chiuri gave the presentation an unexpected twist of her own, producing the outfits at miniature scale and presenting them on mannequins housed in a trunk shaped like Dior’s headquarters on Avenue Montaigne.

“To think about creativity, to dream, was very good, because it gives you hope for the future,” the designer, wearing a white surgical mask, said during a preview at her office in Paris. “I think art is very important in this moment.”
Since physical haute couture shows were canceled this season due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chiuri decided to produce a traveling display — call it a fresh spin on her Dior Around the World capsule line of ready-to-wear and luggage. Adding a dose of fantasy, she tapped Italian director Matteo Garrone to make a film showcasing the trunk being carried through a magical forest.

“During the lockdown, I saw many articles about the digital world, but honestly, fashion is not only digital. It’s not something you can only see. You have to touch it, you have to see the craftsmanship, especially in couture,” she explained. “In this way we can send the collection around the world to our clients.”

The concept was inspired by the Théâtre de la Mode, a traveling theater of miniature fashions devised by the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne after World War II to revive an industry ravaged by wartime shortages and German occupation. Its 237 doll-size figurines toured European cities in 1945, and the event was reprised in the U.S. the following year.

The Dior haute couture ateliers are making two sets of 37 outfits, each reproduced at 40 percent of the original size. “All the dresses are really couture dresses. We made them in the real proportions with the real textiles, with the real craftsmanship,” Chiuri said. “It’s playful, but it’s real. You have to see yourself in a dress.”
A behind-the-scenes shot of the Dior short film directed by Matteo Garrone.  Photograph by Leslie Moquin/Courtesy of Dior

Inside the Paris atelier, a masked seamstress leaned over a mannequin on her sewing table to painstakingly hand-pleat the bodice of an ivory raw silk gauze ballgown with a tiered, fringed skirt. She lifted the cover on the tailor’s dummy beside her to show visitors the original lifesize version.

At another station, one of her male colleagues was working on the shrunken version of a pleated chiffon intarsia skirt in a tree bark motif, to be attached to a beaded lattice top.

It wasn’t the first time that Chiuri has worked a Surrealist theme — her spring 2018 couture collection featured Op Art patterns and cage-like constructions — but this time, her take was less literal, focusing on the essence of a group of women that she described as modern, independent and transgressive.

For day, the designer stuck with house staples like a gray pleated Bar jacket with a matching razor-pleated skirt, or a white belted cashmere coat with a striking appliqué motif inspired by French painter Jacqueline Lamba’s tarot designs.

The collection took flight after dark, with eveningwear including a metallic yellow draped Grecian column dress with bondage-style ropes criss-crossing the torso; a sculptural black ruffled cape, and a vaporous ballgown covered in pale gray ostrich feathers that wafted like an apparition.

Garrone’s movie, titled “The Dior Myth,” took viewers on a wordless journey to a wood filled with fairy-tale creatures like a siren, nymphs, a faun and a woman emerging from a giant shell. The images recalled the director’s 2015 fantasy film “Tale of Tales.”

As twin porters carried the trunk of clothes through the forest, characters including a stone statue of Venus choose the dress of their dreams, appearing at the end clad in their new vestments. “We really wanted a tale about this idea of the magic dream of couture,” Chiuri said.

It’s something of a departure for Garrone, known for hard-hitting fare like his mafia thriller “Gomorrah.” His most recent, an adaptation of “Pinocchio” starring Roberto Benigni, saw its French release scuppered by the COVID-19 outbreak.

“He doesn’t know anything about fashion in general,” said Chiuri, noting this season’s limitations encouraged her to think outside the box. “I think that everybody has to reinvent their way of working.”

Stephen Jones made some miniature berets with veils to accessorize the looks. The milliner has actually seen the Théâtre de la Mode, which is housed at the Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Wash., and welcomed the opportunity to work on an updated version of the idea.

“It just seemed the most wonderful thing for now because everything is such bad news. To have something which is charming and wonderful and beautiful is the tonic that the world needs. In times of trouble, we do need things to cheer us up,” he said.

During the lockdown, the house’s petites mains continued to produce orders from home, staying in touch with each other via Zoom. Their pint-sized creations for fall are marvels of skill and precision, and a tiny reminder of couture’s haute resilience.

https://wwd.com/runway/fall-couture-2020/paris/christian-dior/review/

DIOR AUTUMN-WINTER 2020-2021 HAUTE COUTURE
Get ready to experience the unveiling of the Autumn-Winter 2020-2021 Haute Couture collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri, showcased in an exclusive film directed by Matteo Garrone.


AHORA FABIÁN GUTIÉRREZ, EX-SECRETARY TO CRISTINA FERNÁNDEZ DE KIRCHNER, FOUND DEAD


Gutiérrez, a former private secretary to ex-presidents Néstor Kirchner and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, had last been seen in El Calafate on Thursday. At least four individuals have been arrested and three have admitted to the crime, says investigating judge.

A TENT COVERS THE AREA WHERE FABIÁN GUTIÉRREZ'S BODY WAS FOUND. | CEDOC

The body of a businessman and former private secretary to ex-presidents Néstor Kirchner and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was found in El Calafate on Saturday, two days after going missing.

Fabián Gutiérrez, 48, had been last seen on Thursday in the southern province of Santa Cruz, having arrived in the region a few days earlier to attend to his businesses in the region.

Four people have been arrested for the murder, the investigating judge said in comments to a local news channel, adding that the presumed motive is theft or extortion.

"We have four people detained and we found the body," Judge Carlos Navarte told the C5N news channel. He said that a "political motive was not within the hypotheses" he was working on.
The body of Gutiérrez, who served as a private secretary to then-president Fernández de Kirchner from 2007 to 2010, was found at a house owned by one of the accused. The corpse was reportedly buried, tied up and covered with a sheet.

According to the judge, there were signs of a physical struggle, with the corpse showing signs of having been beaten and a deep stab wound.

"He has a cut on his neck and blows to the head, we still do not know what the cause of death was," said Navarte, who ordered the raid on the home after one of the accused confessed to the crime.
According to reports in the local press, at least three of those arrested early Saturday morning have now admitted they participated in the killing.

None of the detained had a previous criminal record, AFP reported, and all are aged between 19 and 23.

One of the group, said to be a 20-year-old by local press, had reportedly entered into a close relationship with Gutiérrez, while two others were identified as relatives of a local councillor in the city. Another is said to be the son of a prominent notary in the region.
According to the judge, the first individual to be questioned admitted to the crime and told police where the body could be found – at a house on Jorge Newbery street in the Aeropuerto Viejo barrio on the outskirts of El Calafate.

The search for the missing ex-official began in earnest on Friday, after a complaint from Gutiérrez's mother, Teresa García.

On Friday, reports in the local press said that the missing former official’s phone had been found at a construction site and that his vehicle had been discovered. Its windows had been smashed and bloodstains were found.
Navarte said police had found that Gutiérrez’s home had been broken into, with a television, music system and other high-value items reported as missing. Those objects, as well as a bloody knife, were at the property where the body was found.

"We were in the house,” Navarte told a local radio station on Friday night. “The impression that it gave me is that there was violence in that place.”

Cuadernos probe

Gutiérrez, a native of Santa Cruz Province, worked closely with the Kirchners from his adolescence. He held the position of secretary to the president between May 2003 and May 2005, under Néstor Kirchner, before rejoining government in December 2007 as the deputy secretary to the president, under Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. He left that position in 2010.

According to reports, Gutiérrez is a wealthy individual, who owns a collection of cars and several properties in El Calafate and Ushuaia, as well as another in Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires City. He had several business interests in Santa Cruz.

In 2018, as part of the investigation in the ‘Cuadernos’ corruption notebooks scandal probing alleged bribery related to public works projects during the Kirchnerite administrations, Gutiérrez was arrested and jailed on cover-up charges. Then, in November 2019, he was arrested and jailed again, before being prosecuted for money-laundering charges.

After several weeks in jail, and facing a likely conviction, Gutiérrez agreed to be a “collaborating witness” with the prosecution in order for a reduced jail term.
Dozens of businessmen, former public officials and Fernández de Kirchner, today Argentina’s vice-president, have been charged in the probe.

According to late federal judge Claudio Bonadio, who oversaw the ‘Cuadernos’ before his death last year, Gutiérrez had a "great bond of trust with the marriage of Néstor Kirchner and Cristina Fernández over the years."

Local outlets say Gutiérrez testified that he had witnessed bags of money being sent to El Calafate from Buenos Aires during the Kirchner administrations.

Opposition complaints

Gutiérrez’s death had an immediate political impact and the homicide is likely to once again put the spotlight back on the landmark ‘Cuadernos’ scandal.

Opposition lawmakers were quick to express concern, with the leader of the Juntos por el Cambio Senate caucus, Luis Naidenhoff pointing out that the discovery of the body of a state witness was a “serious institutional fact.”

"Beyond the alleged motives that the justice system must investigate, the State had the responsibility to guarantee their safety. Far from fuelling speculation, we demand the prompt clarification of the facts surrounding death," he added.

The government later clarified in a statement that Gutiérrez had never been in a witness protection programme, saying that no judicial official had requested it.

Other opposition lawmakers, such as Cambiemos deputy Fernando Iglesias, hinted he believed Gutiérrez was killed, attempting to link the event to the death of late special AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

High-level officials from the Juntos por el Cambio coalition issued a formal statement, in which they requested that the investigation into the crime be passed on to the federal courts, citing the fact that a prosecutor involved in the case, Natalia Mercado, is a relative of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

"The crime of Fabián Gutiérrez is of enormous institutional gravity and cannot be left to the prosecutor Mercado, daughter of Governor Alicia Kirchner," said the release, signed by Patricia Bullrich, Federico Angelini (both PRO), Alfredo Cornejo, Alejandra Lordén (both UCR) and Maximiliano Ferraro and Mariana Zuvic (Civic Coalition).

"He was a whistleblower in the ‘Cuadernos’ case, that is why we ask that the case go to Federal Justice immediately, " Bullrich wrote in a post on social media.

https://www.batimes.com.ar/news/argentina/body-of-fabian-gutierrez-ex-secretary-to-nestor-and-cristina-kirchner-found-dead.phtml

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3 PODEROSAS HABILIDADES QUE MANEJAN LAS PERSONAS CON ALTA "INTELIGENCIA EMOCIONAL" EN EL TRABAJO (Y CUÁL ES LA TRAMPA MÁS COMÚN QUE DEBEN EVITAR)


Cecilia Barría
BBC News Mundo



Han pasado 25 años desde que Daniel Goleman publicó el libro "Inteligencia Emocional", el cual abrió un nuevo campo de investigación.

Cuando publicó su libro "Inteligencia Emocional" hace 25 años, Daniel Goleman saltó a la fama con una idea que hasta ese entonces era desconocida: las habilidades de una persona no solo se miden por su coeficiente intelectual.

Considerado como un nuevo paradigma, el libro -que se tradujo a 40 idiomas y vendió cinco millones de copias- fue el inicio de un nuevo campo de investigación en la psicología que ha tenido repercusiones a nivel educacional y laboral.

Doctorado en psicología en la Universidad de Harvard, Goleman es cofundador del centro Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) y codirector del Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations de la Universidad de Rutgers.

Su último libro, "What Makes a Leader: Why Emotional Intelligence Matters", es una recopilación de artículos publicados en la Revista de Negocios de Harvard y otras publicaciones especializadas.

Una de las preguntas habituales que se ha planteado el investigador es qué características hacen que una persona se destaque en su trabajo.
Aunque sin duda influyen factores como el nivel de conocimiento, lo que realmente marca la diferencia, asegura Goleman, es su nivel de inteligencia emocional, es decir, la habilidad para identificar y monitorear sus emociones personales y de los demás.

Y esa es la piedra angular de su trabajo.

"Las empresas miran cada vez más a través del lente de la inteligencia emocional al momento de contratar, promover y desarrollar a sus empleados", le dice a BBC Mundo Daniel Goleman.

"Años de estudios muestran que mientras más inteligencia emocional tenga una persona, mejor será su desempeño".

Qué reveló el experimento sobre la inteligencia más grande del mundo
Goleman llegó a establecer que el concepto de inteligencia emocional incluye 12 características esenciales para que las personas logren sus objetivos de desarrollo y tengan éxito a nivel profesional:

Autoconciencia emocional
Autocontrol emocional
Adaptabilidad
Orientación al logro
Visión positiva
Empatía
Conciencia organizacional
Influencia
Orientación y tutoría
Manejo de conflictos
Trabajo en equipo
Liderazgo inspirador
Le preguntamos a Goleman cuáles son las tres habilidades más poderosas de ese grupo para tener éxito en el trabajo.

El psicólogo estadounidense eligió la habilidad de orientarse al logro, la empatía y la influencia.

Orientarse al logro
"Escogería la orientación al éxito, entendida como la capacidad de seguir esforzándome para conseguir los objetivos a pesar de los obstáculos y contratiempos. En estos tiempos esto parece muy importante", le dice Goleman a BBC Mundo.
Esa decisión de enfocar tus esfuerzos hacia lo que te has propuesto implica desarrollar la capacidad de resiliencia o adaptación frente a condiciones adversas y una perspectiva positiva frente a las circunstancias para seguir avanzando hacia tu meta, explica.

Una de las maneras de desarrollar esta habilidad, dice el investigador, es recordarse constantemente la satisfacción que vas a sentir cuando cumplas tus objetivos. Ese pensamiento es una fuerza que te ayuda a seguir avanzando.

Y esforzarse por cumplir o superar un estándar de excelencia, tomando de buena manera los comentarios que otras personas hacen sobre tu trabajo.

Empatía
Para Goleman la empatía se relaciona con la capacidad de sintonizarse con las necesidades y sentimientos de las personas con las que tienes que interactuar, ya sea en el trabajo, con clientes y con amigos.

Qué es el coeficiente de adaptabilidad (AQ), la medida de "inteligencia" clave para encontrar trabajo en el futuro
Se trata de prestar atención a las otras personas y tomarse el tiempo para entender qué están tratando de decir y cómo se sienten.

Por eso es clave la capacidad de escuchar y hacer preguntas. Y aunque la empatía es una habilidad que toma tiempo desarrollar, una práctica que puede servir es "ponerse en los zapatos de la otra persona de una manera profunda", dice Goleman.

Influencia
La influencia se refiere básicamente a la capacidad de "transmitir tu argumento a las personas clave de una manera convincente, especialmente a aquellas personas cuyas decisiones te pueden ayudar a conseguir tus metas", explica el psicólogo.
Una buena técnica para desarrollar esta característica, dice Goleman, es el juego de roles.

"Probablemente la mejor manera de mejorar esta habilidad es trabajando con un instructor o un compañero de confianza".

Cómo en Uruguay enseñan la inteligencia emocional a miles de niños "para los trabajos del futuro"
Aunque pueda parecer incómodo al principio, se trata de ejercitarse tratando de convencer a otra persona. Esta práctica permite prepararse para cuando llegue un momento real en que deba aplicarse el poder de convencimiento.

¿Cuál es la trampa?
Una trampa bastante común en la que caen las personas, explica Goleman, es que definen la inteligencia emocional de una manera muy reducida.

4 signos de que tu inteligencia emocional es alta
Es decir, se enfocan en uno o dos características y dejan de lado la complejidad del concepto.

"Al poner la atención en su sociabilidad y simpatía, pierde de vista todos los otros rasgos esenciales de la inteligencia emocional que le pueden faltar, que pueden convertirlo en un líder más fuerte y efectivo ", apunta el psicólogo.

Eso hace que, aunque las habilidades más poderosas son la orientación al logro, la empatía y la influencia, no hay que dejar de lado el resto de las características que hacen que una persona desarrolle un alto nivel de inteligencia emocional.

https://www.bbc.com/mundo/noticias-53259526

lunes, 6 de julio de 2020

ADDIO AL MAESTRO. YOU WILL BE ALWAYS IN OUR DREAMS. VOTRE MUSIQUE EST UN SYMBOLE POUR TOUS. ENNIO MORRICONE - (2002) LA MISIÓN [SUITE ORQUESTAL]



Temas principales del filme "The Mission" (1986)
Ennio Morricone, compositor, arreglos y dirección
Roma Sinfonietta & Coro Polifónico
28/Septiembre/2002
"Ennio Morricone: Arena Concerto"