Editor Squilibri has promoted a brief but intense series of meetings entitled “Interdependence. Between cultures, generations and languages”. These are three meetings through which retrace “in memory instances and passions of the ’70s, an extraordinary period of civil commitment and daring artistic experiments, which look at many of the most significant expressions of the new music scene”. The first meeting will be held on December 8 at the theater Anfitrione of Rome (Via San Saba 24) and will be dedicated to Enzo Del Re and volume that Timisoara Pinto has recently dedicated. The event will run through testimonies and musical, with the participation of Teresa De Sio, Luca De Nuzzo, Antonio Infantino, Giovanna Marini, Davide Riondino and Têtes de bois. The second meeting will be devoted to the presentation of the book “Mira la rondinella. Music, stories and history from the Roman Castles”, by Sandro Portelli. In the book came together the results of extensive research on musical expressions of the oral tradition of the Castelli Romani and the presentation will follow the musical and theatrical show of the same name, with the participation of musicians of Gianni Bosio, coordinated by Sara Modigliani, and actors U-Combo. The last meeting will be held on December 22 and will focus on the book “Italy sung in the South” – work of Otello Profazio, recently reprinted by Squilibri – with “musical wanderings” of Profazio and Peppe Voltarelli.
All events are free.
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