In September the Musica festival in Strasbourg has programmed a number of compositions by Luca Francesconi. Two world premieres are scheduled for 23rd: a new version of Strade parallele, a piece inspired by Norberto Bobbio, with the projection of an interview realised some years ago with the philosopher, and Time, Real and Imaginary inspired by the poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The music will be performed by the ensemble Accroche Note. The festival will also feature the French premieres of Fresco for five wind orchestras in movement (on 19th September, in Placede la Cathédrale) and Rest (with Jean-Guihen Queyras on cello), to be performed - together with Cobalt Scarlet Two Colours of Dawn - by the SWR Baden-Baden and Freiburg Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Sylvain Cambreling (18th September). Finally, there will be a performance of Let me Bleed on 30th September with the Choeur de la Radio Lettone.