In Stradarolo will take place the International Festival of Art on the road, an event full of suggestions and that since 1997, the year of the first edition, has resulted in the alleys, squares and junctions in the country hundreds of artists and spectators. The festival is organized by the Tetes de Bois, historical formation of the independent music scene in our country, and this year will be dedicated to the late Francesco Di Giacomo, voice of the Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, which has always supported and contributed to the event. As you can read in the presentation notes of the event, this year’s edition – which will run until next Sunday – will be particularly rich of guests (one hundred and fifty) and, above all, completely free of charge. The initiatives are many, ranging from music and street theater, up to an extraordinary convivial lunch that will feed into a “three hundred meters long”, which will be organized by the town square to Palazzo Rospigliosi. Referring to the details of the program of the event, we indicate here some of the events, both musical character that does not. First, the “non-stop” dedicated to Di Giacomo, at which, on Sunday 14, will perform many artists: Lucilla Galeazzi, Fausto Mesolella, Adriano Viterbini, CoreaCore, up to Vittorio and Gianni Nocenzi. Then a preview dedicated to Pier Paolo Pasolini, to be attended by, among others, Tarzanetto, one of four children of life, the Calabrian singer Peppe Voltarelli, Pierpaolo Capovilla and Giovanna Marini, accompanied by his choir of twenty voices. During the festival – which also includes activities for children, with theaters walking by Fernanda Pessolano and Teatro Verde – will alternate also musical performances and moments of analysis. These include the story of Leo Ferrè by Enrico De Angelis, artistic director of the Club Tenco. Among the artists there will also Loguercio Canio, accompanied with the accordion by Alessandro D’Alessandro, Chorus Multietnico Romolo Balsani, the Laboratory of the folk songs, political and social rights of the Circolo Gianni Bosio, both directed by Sara Modigliani, the student project of EtnoMusa coordinated by Letizia Aprile.
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