We have already spoken of “iWorld. Festival of contemporary music”, which will take place at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome five and six February. We have presented the program for large lines, especially emphasizing the importance of the event in a country like ours and, in general, in a place as important as the Auditorium. We also saw that the formula is deepening and entertainment, in the framework of which alternate concerts and study meetings. A formula that expresses itself finally in a new frame (finally Auditorium is staged folk music, or rather an event that wants to take stock of the world music in Italy) and that this probably will draw important insights. If major concerts will be held in two evenings (remember the Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino and the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio), the two afternoons will be packed with meetings, with music and insights. Among them I think is important to emphasize the space dedicated to the presentation of “Traditional music of Umbria. The recordings of Diego Carpitella and Tullio Seppilli (1956)”. It will take place at the MUSA-Museum of Musical Instruments of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia 5 February at 17.30, with the participation of Piero Arcangeli, Maurizio Agamennone, Lucilla Galeazzi and Sandro Portelli. Next day, same place and same time, will be held instead the meeting on the theme “From the historical records to contemporary music”, with Maurizio Agamennone, Valerio Corzani, Giuseppe “Spedino” Moffa and Vincenzo Santoro, along with Salvatore Esposito and Ciro De Rosa, will talk about the importance of the studies and research for experimentation and crossings sound featuring ‘musiques actuelles’.
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