Coherent with its passion, Studio Legale Pojaghi participates to initiatives for the development and the diffusion of musical culture, also by supporting the Association RepertorioZero, that since 2008 makes research on the musical language also through the study of electric, computerized, concrete and amplified instruments.
In 2011 the Group received the silver Lyon award from Biennale Musica in Venice, for its “innovative research – in the working process of today’s music – that aims at going beyond the experience of the traditional avant-gardes, confronting itself with a repertoire that is all to be built and with the necessity to find solutions to the several variables present in contemporary music”.
Since then, RepertorioZero worked with Festival MiTo, Milano Musica Festival, Biennale Musica in Venice, Tonhalle Zürich, Festival Archipel Généve, Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Fondazione Cini in Venice, Festival Klanspuren Schwaz, GAIDA Festival Vilnius, RAI Radiotre and many more.
RepertorioZero produces exclusive concerts and events, putting together pieces of the contemporary repertoire, including new lutherie, with new commissions specifically granted. Lastly, the one to Mauro Lanza and Andrea Valle for the completion with “Fossilia” of their cycle “Systema naturae”, on stage on May 16 2018 at the Swiss festival Les Amplitudes and on October 11, 2018 in Milan at the Sound of Wander Festival.
On March 22 and 23, 2019 RepertorioZero celebrates at Base Milano ten years of activity presenting an exhibition that summarizes the main themes of its research on contemporary sound practices, at the border between music, installation and performance. Friday, March 22, with the performance of the piece for cello and electronics of the composer Mauro Lanza, La bataille de Caresme et de Charnage, and Saturday, March 23, with two uninterrupted cycles of performances and installations of Enrico Boccioletti, Dafne Boggeri, Amos Cappuccio and Gabriele Rendina Cattani, followed by a dialogue with the Berlin music philosopher Harry Lehmann on the topic of relational music and the relationship between contemporary music and the de-institutionalization of digital music.