On 8 and 9 May will take place the new edition of InCanto, political and musical event organized by Ernesto De Martino. The event will take place in Sesto Fiorentino and precisely in the beautiful home of the Institute, in Villa San Lorenzo al Prato, in via Scardassieri 47. The program is particularly rich this year and mainly involves two main performance of great interest. First concert-reading of Massimo Zamboni, based on his latest book “The echo of a gunshot. Canticle of Emilia (Einaudi). The event is scheduled for 8 and Zamboni – which, as our readers will remember, he first founded the CCCP and then the CIS with Giovanni Lindo Ferretti, creating one of the most extraordinary experiences of independent music in our country – will be accompanied by Emanuele Reverberi (Giardini di Mirò) and Cristiano Roversi (of Moongarden). The concert takes on the profile of a performance full of participation, as the book tells a personal story of Zamboni and, in particular, of his family, forced to having to remove the figure of the fascist grandfather of the emilian guitarist. In this period Zamboni is publicly reworking the loss and the meaning it has taken this his spouse, through the support of the former CSI (including not figure Ferretti, replaced by singer and actress Angela Baraldi), gathered around the project Breviary Partisan, recently published in crowdfunding. The second night of InCanto provides “The same anger, the same spring. Notes for a revolution”, a show dedicated to the period 1965-1975, edited by Francesca Breschi, Chiara Riondino, with Frank Cusumano and David Riondino.
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