James Senese will perform at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome on the occasion of a concert with the Napoli Centrale. The event, scheduled for Feb. 28, comes as one of the most important events in the calendar of the Auditorium and the exhibition organized in collaboration with iCompany. If Senese – Neapolitan saxophonist in which music has always made to converge, over the Neapolitan tradition of expression, echoes of blues, jazz and funk, does not need an introduction – that is probably worthwhile to dwell on the meaning that its output and that of Napoli Centrale have assumed, since the seventies in the musical landscape of our country. First, because, as you know, in training have played some of the most representative and innovative artists of the Neapolitan music (one of all Pino Daniele). And also because the training is in full swing. Indeed, 2015 has been one of the most profitable years, both in terms of live concert and recordings of the production work. A work that has led to the creation of a new album, to be released next April for Ala Bianca / Warner. Another interesting aspect of the evening is the presence of Maldestro – aka Antonio Prestieri – which will open the concert of Neapolitan band. The Neapolitan singer has received unanimous praise following the publication of “I can not find the words”, the debut album of 2015, with whom he won the final of the De Andrè Award and the Music against the Mafia.
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