July 10, kicks off the third edition of Folk Barock, an event dedicated to popular music and languages related to them, that will take place in Noto until Sunday 12. The creator and the manager is Carlo Muratori, Sicilian musician and composer behind a rich and interesting discography, suspended between the references to the Sicilian traditional expressions and original compositions. As with previous editions, this year the event will discuss the popular expressions from different angles, with the help of guests and to refer to individuals who have moved – albeit through different perspectives and with outcomes often, if not at odds – in the scenario of the cultures of oral tradition. The program is very rich and of high quality, and scrolling it you can make an immediate idea of how is focused on quality, on selection and original purposeful. First of all there are two main lines of representation and reflection. On the one hand those that are called “conversations” and several authors who will address some key issues of the culture of our country. On the other hand the concerts, included in a program that will alternate Sicilian and non-Sicilian artists. For the opening night will perform Matermatuta, band from Catania active in the second half of the nineties. The Saturday evening will be the turn of Lucina Lanzara, songwriter and composer of Rome origin but based in Genoa. The program will close the Unavantaluna – whose concert is scheduled for Sunday 12 – one of the most important groups in the research and revived landscape of popular music, and Prize Andrea Parodi winner in 2013. The conversations will address the theme “Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Italian Song Book”, which they will speak, July 10, Carlo Muratori and Marinella Fiume. Saturday 11 will be discussed, however, the great Sicilian artist Rosa Balistrieri, while on Sunday Muratori converse with Luigi Lombardo, who will premiere his latest work “Sicilian Folk Songs “.
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