Artists

Edizione 2022

1 July; Lombard sum, Visconti Castle of San Vito
To the graceful party – Ensemble Micrologus

Patrizia Bovi, I sing,,it,Goffredo Degli Esposti,,it,drum,,it,Gabriele Russo,,it,viella,,es,lira,,tr,ribeca,,en,Enea Sorini,,it,salterio,,tl,percussion bells,,it,Mary, the Virgin Mother,,la,Marian music at the time of medieval pilgrimages,,it,The medieval Italian ensemble,,it,Micrologus,,fr,pioneered Italy,,it,among the numerous early music groups,,it,discovering medieval music,,it,Today,,it,after well,,it,years of activity,,it,continues to find new paths of interpretation and new styles of performance,,it,attracting a growing number of listeners and enthusiasts,,it,with concerts in Italy and throughout Europe,,it,The work of the Micrologus,,it,strictly based on accurate research of the historical context of the music he performs,,it,including work on oral traditions,,it,gives it a well-deserved reputation as the first in historically documented performance,,it,However,,it, arpa, medieval trumpet; Goffredo Degli Esposti, upright flute, double flute, cornamusa; Gabriele Russo, viola, ribeca, medieval trumpet; Enea Sorini, I sing,,it,Goffredo Degli Esposti,,it,drum,,it,Gabriele Russo,,it,viella,,es,lira,,tr,ribeca,,en,Enea Sorini,,it,salterio,,tl,percussion bells,,it,Mary, the Virgin Mother,,la,Marian music at the time of medieval pilgrimages,,it,The medieval Italian ensemble,,it,Micrologus,,fr,pioneered Italy,,it,among the numerous early music groups,,it,discovering medieval music,,it,Today,,it,after well,,it,years of activity,,it,continues to find new paths of interpretation and new styles of performance,,it,attracting a growing number of listeners and enthusiasts,,it,with concerts in Italy and throughout Europe,,it,The work of the Micrologus,,it,strictly based on accurate research of the historical context of the music he performs,,it,including work on oral traditions,,it,gives it a well-deserved reputation as the first in historically documented performance,,it,However,,it, tambourines, naccharoni

Umbrian musicians, Patrizia Bovi, Goffredo Degli Esposti and Gabriele Russo, con Adolfo Broegg (1961-2006), they founded the Micrologus Ensemble in 1984, with the aim of contributing to the rediscovery and interpretation of Medieval Music, based on the search for sources, on historical investigations, paleografiche, organologiche ed iconografiche. At the beginning of their training, participation in the Assisi Calendimaggio Festival and in the activities of the "Laboratory of Art, Music and Entertainment" is of particular importance., following the courses and seminars in which they have made several Sacred dramas e Sacred representations medieval. Also in the 1980s, they followed the activities of the Ars Nova Study Center in Certaldo, in which they had the opportunity to get to know and confront the ideas of the most important Italian and foreign musicologists of the time. The Micrologus musicians use faithful reconstructions of period instruments (collaborating directly with various specialized luthiers) e, nelle esecuzioni in forma di spettacolo teatrale, costumi ed elementi scenografici; Like this, the Micrologus has achieved beyond 30 several medieval music shows, taken on tour in Europe, Americas and Japan. Each year it presents one or two new thematic shows to the public, alternando musica sacra e profana (from the twelfth to the fifteenth century,,it,in addition to the commissioned productions for the various European Festivals,,it,In some cases it makes use of the precious collaboration of eminent scholars,,it,like the collaboration with Prof,,it,Dinko Fabris,,hr,Department of Early Music - Bari Conservatory,,it,for the record collection "The Treasures of Naples",,it,and with researchers from the Center de la Voix of the Abbaye de Rouyamont,,it,he had the opportunity to record the music of Libre Vermell de Montserrat directly,,it,first group in history,,it,in the ancient monastery of Montserrat in Catalonia In collaboration with the Abbaye de Rouyamont,,it,where he was in residence in,,it,staged the play “Li Gieus de Robin et de Marion”,,co,fine XIII sec.,,en,directed by Jean François Dusigne,,co), in addition to the achievements, on commission, for the various European Festivals. In alcuni casi si avvale della preziosa collaborazione di eminenti studiosi, come Dinko Fabris (Dipartimento di Musica antica – Conservatorio di Bari) and researchers from the Center de la Voix, dell'Abbaye de Rouyamont. The Micrologus collaborates with the theater, with the dance, with the cinema (he also made the soundtrack for the film "Mediterranean" by Gabriele Salvatores) and with other important contemporary music artists (tra cui, the Mancuso Brothers, Giovanna Marini, the Banco del Mutuo Soccorso e, lately, with Vinicio Capossela). In 2002, Micrologus had the opportunity to record the music of the "Free Red Montserrat"Directly, primo gruppo nella storia, in the ancient monastery of Montserrat, in Catalonia; in collaboration with the Abbaye de Rouyamont (dove è stato in residenza nel 2002-2003), he staged "Li Gieus of Robin and Marion” (the first opera with music, from the end of the 13th century.), con la regia di Jean François Dusigne, con cui è stato in tour in Francia e altri paesi europei. In February 2003, the Micrologus presented, on the commission of La Citè de la Musique, di Parigi, “Our Woman”, a new multimedia show on the "Cantigas de Santa Maria", directed by Toni Casalonga. Micrologus was invited by the Flanders Festival-Antwerpen, come “Ensemble in residence” by the praise of Polyphony 2004, where he performed with a new theatrical production, “Party Fiorentina…to tell of lies ", and with a new program on Zachara from Teramo, prepared in collaboration with Francesco Zimei, of which a record recording has been made. His collaborations also extend to experiments with important contemporary artists: nel 2006, recorded with Daniele Sepe, eccezionale sassofonista e compositore napoletano, he cd "Chronology", una elettrizzante contaminazione tra il medioevo e il jazz/rock. In 2007-2009 did an international tour (Europa e Nord-America) con “Myth”, theater-dance show by choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, together with the Belgian company of Toneelhuis. In 2009, with the Book-CD "Aragòn en Nàpoles" he receives the prize “BIGGEST SURPRISE” dal Boston Globe, in the list top classical albums of the year. In December of 2009 ha iniziato la sua attività didattica a Spello (Pg), presso il Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale “Adolfo Broegg”, where there is the permanent exhibition of "Lutes and stringed instruments from the Middle Ages to the present day", and where the "Spello Splendens" Festival is held. A Epiphany 2012, Micrologus performs, in First modern performance, a "Missa Fiorentina"Christmas, of the fourteenth century (reconstruction by Francesco Zimei), which will soon be recorded on DVD and CD, while, among the new productions, they report a work on The influence of Guillaume de Machaut on Italian composers of the late 1300s e, on the occasion of the seventh centenary of the birth of Giovanni Boccaccio, two projects on the oldest love ballads and dances at the time of the Decameron and in the fourteenth-century Tuscany. For some years the Micrologus Ensemble has held courses and internships on the interpretation of medieval music in collaboration with: il Festival di Urbino, La Citè de la musique (Parigi), l’Abbaye de Rouyamont, the Jaroslaw Festival (Polonia), the Copenhagen Festival. Since 2010 organizes the International Course of Medieval Music in Spello (Pg). Il Micrologus ha registrato 28 CD, ed è stato premiato con il “Diapason d’Or de l’Année” in Francia, nel 1996, for the CD "Landini and Florentine music”, nel 1999, for the CD "alla neapolitan” (this last one prepared together with the musicians of the Ancient Music Center of Naples "La Cappella della pietà de’ Turchini ") e un “The Best of 2000 Goldberg's Award "for the CD"Canticle of the earth”. Numerous radio and television recordings alone for: RAI 1, RAI 2, Radio 3, Radio France Culture, Radio France – Musique, ORF Vienna, Radio Suisse, Asahi Television di Osaka, WDR Colonia, Radio Clara Belgium, Slovenian television.

2 July; Cerro di Laveno Mombello, Museo MIDeC
Choropo

Filippo Gambetta (brazilian mandolin a 10 strings and accordion) e Alessandro Scotto d'Aniello (Brazilian a7 string guitar) they take the listeners on a journey that starts from the Carioca climates of the turn of the century, lo “Choro”, instrumental music with multiple influences, on the border between Central European musical romanticism and Afro rhythms. The two musicians continue their musical itinerary reaching the Venezuelan highlands, discovering Joropo, Merengue, It was worth other musical forms typical of that tradition. Both Genoese, Filippo and Alessandro also pay homage to Italian music in their concert with some inserts related to the popular smooth repertoire, reinterpreted in an original way.

Filippo Gambetta devotes himself to the composition of original music for the diatonic accordion as well as proposing specific repertoires such as traditional Irish and Northern Italian music; he also collaborates with artists and groups whose musical visions go beyond the strictly folk universe. In addition to the diatonic accordion, Filippo plays the Brazilian mandolin, instrument with which he mainly dedicates himself to the choro musical genre, Carioca popular instrumental music. For the Felmay label he has released three albums offering music of his own composition: Goaea man (2002) and Coming and Going (2009) and Stria (2000). The latter wins the first prize of the Greenage Festival (With wood) and the second prize of the Kaustinen Folk Music Festival Competition (Finlandia). In 2015 Otto Baffi comes out, a work focused on the two-row accordion / eight bass, containing 12 traces of composition, 22 guest musicians and self-produced. The album won the City of Loano National Award as the best traditional Italian music album, the most important national recognition in the world of music. It is also presented by the most important European radio broadcasters such as ORF (AT), SRF (CH), RAI (I), YLE (FIN), BBC (UK). The main musical projects with which Filippo Gambetta offers original music, both for listening and for dancing, I am currently the duo with the Canadian musician Emilyn Stam and in the trio Maestrale, with Sergio Caputo and Fabio Vernizzi. The trio, active since summer 2017, he has performed in numerous national reviews including La Notte della Taranta (AltraTela concerts, Nardò), BorgoSonoro, "Il Lago Cromatico", Etetrad, ZapFest, Civitella Alfedena Folk Festival, Concerts in San Fruttuoso di Camogli, Festival di Musica Popolare di Forlimpopoli, Suq Genova, Festival Il Solstizio d’Estate, Suoni della Murgia, Lucerne Festival, Radicondoli Festival. Maestrale realized in 2018 an album with the same title for the Visage Music label, together with Carmelo Russo, member of the first formation of the trio and disappeared in 2020. In duo with Carmelo Russo Filippo has performed in Denmark (People for People, Copenhagen Folk Club, Thorøhuse Assembly House, Klaverfabrikken), Belgio (Rif Zans the Fiesse, Dafodil Festival, Merode Festival, Westelfolk, Boomball Bornem) and Spain (International Trikitixa Festival). Emilyn Stam, Canadian violinist and pianist, is Filippo's musical partner in a duo project active since 2016, which saw the two musicians perform in important international reviews including the Vienna International Accordion Festival (Austria), il Kaustinen Folk Music Festival (Finlandia) and the City of Loano Award (Italia). They also held concerts in Canada, touching important reviews including the Mission Folk Music Festival, l’Harrison Festival of the Arts, il Vancouver Island Music Fest, il Carrefour Mondial de l’Accordéon ed il Victoria Accordion Festival. In 2018 esce Shorelines, album of the duo released by Borealis Records (Canada). Since 2002 Filippo performed with the musicians Claudio de Angeli (chitarra) and Riccardo Barbera (contrabbasso) in numerous acoustic music reviews around the world, presenting original music repertoire. He performed with them, tra gli altri, at festivals: Folkest (IT), Lithos (IT), Border Passages (IT), Alcantara Fest (IT), The Great Bellows (FR), Brussels Folk Festival (BE), Edmonton Folk Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Quebec Summer Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Calgary Folk Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Vancouver Folk Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Festival Vancouver (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Winnipeg Folk Music Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Roots and blues Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Mission Folk Festival (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Acoustic Paths (IT), Emmas (IT), Aarhus Folk Festival (DK), Sori Jazz (IT), Gong / September Music (IT), Etetrad (IT), Lecco Artlab (IT), The Singing Tree (IT), Italic tribe (IT), Folk Festival of Castelfidardo (IT), Biberach music spring (DE), Sounds and voices from the world (IT), Harrison Festival of the Arts (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Vancouver Island Musicfest (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... The group's repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the operatic period,,it,from sacred music to film music,,it,from the baroque periods,,it,classics,,it,romantic to contemporary using both pieces originally composed for this type of training and pieces written for other types of group,,it,transcribed and arranged also and above all by the members of the group,,it,FantaBrass has performed in numerous and important events,,it,has participated in exhibitions such as Estatein,,it,For Ancient Contradas,,it,Donizetti walks,,it), Halkaer Festival (DK), Trad.it Festival (NL), Radio3 inFestival (IT), The Suitcase of Sounds (IT), Music from the world (IT), Festival AllColors (IT), Basaltic Nights Festival (FR), At the International Trikitixa Festival (ES), The Streets of Sound (IT), Bagolino Popular Music Festival (IT), Musicastrada Festival (IT), Civitella Alfedena Folk Festival (IT), Skei Meet Accordion Festival (NO), Amantica Festival (IT), Mediterranean Festival (IT). Filippo Gambetta composed and performed live music for the following theatrical performances:We who always sail (Theater of the Cough, Genova), Towards Macondo (Teatro dell’Archivolto, Genova), What is the Mafia doing in Genoa? (Tam Tam Teatro, Genova), The Island (Mondomare Festival, Sanremo), Halloween! (Montale Auditorium Genoa / Season boys). He also composed original music for the Teatro Danza Ubidanza company. In the field of theater and dance he collaborated with Gioele Dix, Aline Nari, Kathreen Tufano, Fabrizio Matteini, Mauro Pirovano and Laura Bombonato. In the 2000 together with Max Manfredi he was artistic director of the Genoa Music Festival. Among the main collaborations, both live and in the studio, remember those with: Oliver Schroer, Griff, Orchestra Bailam, Marco Fabbri, Max Manfredi, The Rionda, Comunn Mor, Emilia Lajunen, Beppe Gambetta, Decker / Decombel, Gabriele Mirabassi, Carlo Pestelli, Bianca Giovannini, Nuala Kennedy, Federico Sirianni, Yoyo Mundi, Piero Ponzo, Jean Michel Veillon, Jaron Freeman Fox, Beatriz Aguiar and Cadira. The Liguriani group was born in 2005; Filippo Gambetta is part of it, Claudius de Angeli, Michel Balatti, Fabio Rinaudo and Fabio Biale. The central element of this project is the reinterpretation of traditional and popular music from Liguria and the adjacent areas. This formation has held numerous concerts in Italy and abroad and has collaborated with actor Mauro Pirovano for four thematic shows: The wind blows, The war of the bersagliere Gerolamo Alloisio, Invexendo di Natale and Various(e)Paganinian actions. The band has performed in some of the most prestigious European festivals, tra cui: Hohenlohe cultural summer (Germany), Rheingau Festival (Germany), Gong! / MITO (Torino), MITO Fringe (Milano), Celtic Connections (UK), Rudolstadt Folk Festival (Germany), Brandenburg summer concerts (Germany), Feast of the Marineria (Italia), Feast of the Bagpipe (Bachelors), Andes Bali and Cante (Rovigo), Moselle Music Festival (Germany), Locarno Folk (Switzerland), Popular Music Festival (Forlimpopoli), Bardentreffen Nuremberg (Germany), Fool of Asturies (Spagna). The group also produced the CDs "Sounds from the Ligurian worlds" and "Stundai" for felmay and held concerts for Rai Radio Tre. With Riccardo Tesi and Simone Bottasso he was a member of the Triotonico project, trio of accordions with various concerts in acoustic music reviews including: Trad.it Festival (Olanda), Etetrad (Italia), Itineraries Folk Estate (Italia), Lakes in Festa (Italia), Vernante Accordion Festival (Italia) and Roots (Italia). In the field of Irish music, the collaboration with the flutist Nuala Kennedy is worth noting, in whose band Filippo played, tra gli altri, at the Lorient Interceltic Festival (Francia), al Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival (Belfast, UK), at the Culture del Mondo festival (Wedge) and Musicastrada Festival (Pisa). Together with her and Hamid Gribi, François Breugnot and Philippe Guidat, part of the night travel plan, with whom he has held concerts in important reviews including Festival des Hautes Terres, Montpeloux Volcano Festival, Festival Eurofonik, Puy-de-Dôme Autumn Festival, Les Tradigordines Festival, Haut-Livradois Festival, Halkaer Festival. He also collaborated with Jean Michel Veillon, Julien Biget e Kieran Fahy, with whom he gave concerts in Belgium, Luxembourg and France. With Careelon traditional Irish music lineup, in business since 2005 al 2011, he has held concerts throughout the national territory. Among the main reviews in which the group took part are mentioned: Weather in Cantavalli (Pinerolo), The singing tree (Isca on the Ionian Sea), Irish party (Lugano), Ireland in Music (Bobbio), Castles in Music (Cavriana), Music in the Hill (Bulgarograsso), The Oasis of Taste (Spoleto), Music in the castles of Liguria (Borghetto S.Spirito), Celtival (Treviso), Feast of the Mistletoe (St.Denis), Bagpipes, bagpipes and surroundings (Asolo), Trentino Girofolk (Trentino), Biberach music night (Germany), Planet World (Romagnano), Sounds and Voices from the World (Vanzaghello). Collabora con i Birkin Tree, one of the main Italian ensembles of Irish music, with whom he has held numerous concerts in Italy. He regularly holds accordion stages both in Italy and in Europe. Among the main workshops held by Filippo are mentioned: Trek it Uut (Olanda), Kalmthout Folk Stage (Belgio), Acoustic Paths (Italia, 4 editions), Borzée internship (Belgio), Sounds and Steps of tradition (Italia, 2 editions), Fürsteneck folk workshop (Germany), Internship for Etétrad Festival (Italia), Internship AKDT Neufchateau (Belgio), Stage per CDMDT 5 (Le Puy en Velais, Francia), Stage per CDMDT 43 (Rodez, Francia), Fool of Asturias (Langreo, Spagna). He is also the promoter and animator of diatonic accordion seminars at the Arci Zenzero club in Genoa since 2013. He is currently a member of the ChocoChoro trio, together with Fabrizio Forte (guitar a 7 string) and Marco Moro (flauto), with which, as the mandolinist of the project, offers carioca popular music, choro. With this project he realized in 2014 a cd that was Rai Radio Tre's disc of the week, in the Farheneit cultural program. The group has held numerous concerts in important reviews including: Concerts at the Abbey of San Fruttuoso (Camogli), Spring concerts at the Lutheran church (Naples), Sweet Water Concerts (Stress), Review for the streets of the village (Dolcedo), Biella Jazz Festival (Biella), Touscouleurs review (Bordighera), Musical Thursdays (Savona), Concert Season at the Lutheran Church (Genova), Italian Festival (Colonia, Germany), Festival Il Solstizio d’Estate (Stazzema).

8 July, Besozzo, Church of Sant’Alessandro
Ani Martirosyan and Clara Schembari, pianoforte to 4 mani

Ani Martirosyan: hand attended the “Cajkowskij” Higher Music School since 1973 al 1985, graduating in piano with full marks. Since 1985 al 1990 she continued her studies and graduated in piano with the highest score and four specializations (pianista- concert performer, maid, pianista- chaperone and teacher) at the “Komitas” Conservatory in Yerevan, under the leadership of Villi Sarkissian. Since 1990 al 1992 she specialized in piano and chamber music at the same Conservatory. In this period she has collaborated with various chamber ensembles and has carried out concerts as a soloist and accompanist in Armenia, in the cities of the former Soviet Union, in Holland and Italy. Since 1992 al 1994, having obtained a scholarship for specialization abroad, he attended the International Course of Piano Interpretation in Italy under the guidance of Eli Perrotta. In 1995 she graduated from the “G. Verdi "in Milan under the guidance of M.o Piero Rattalino. Later he completed his internship with him . Nell’estate del 1994 at the invitation of Paul Badura-Scoda he participated in the “Wiener Meister Kurs” in Vienna and, always with the guide of Badura-Scoda, he attended the Chigiana Academy of Siena, obtaining the Diploma of merit. He then completed his specialization at the Chigiana also participating in the course of Joaquin Achucarro, professor at the Dallas Academy of Music (U.S.A.), and got a scholarship. Since 1993 al 1995 has been awarded in various international and national competitions in Tortona, Torino, houses, Pistoia. In 1994 performed a concert on Vladimir Horowitz's grand piano in Milan. In December of 1994 he recorded for the Italian radio, music by Wagner. Her concert activity has seen her busy in the cities of Yerevan (Armenia), Novosibirsk ( Russia), Minsk ( Belarus ), Lugano (Switzerland), Milano, Firenze,Venezia, Rovereto, Arch of Trento, Bressanone, Bergamo, Brescia, Varese, Erba, Rovato,Mandello Lario, Ovada, Parma, Pistoia, Massa Marittima, Siena, Pescara,Tortona, Padova, Vicenza, Portogruaro, Bassano del Grappa, Torino, Novara, Varallo Sesia, Belluno, Cantù, Asti, Forlì, Trieste, Roma, Lecce. He played with the "Guido Cantelli" Orchestra, with "The Accademia Concertante d'Archi", with "The Little Symphony of Milan". Since 1996 al 2007 she was assistant to Maestro Eli Perrotta in the International Course of Piano Interpretation in Milan . Since 1994 al 2006 he taught at the Piano School of the Centro Asteria in Milan. Also at the Centro Asteria in 2001 he took over the leadership of the same school and the artistic direction , organizing four concert seasons. Since 1996 al 2007 she was assistant to Maestro Eli Perrotta in the International Course of Piano Interpretation in Milan. Many of his students have been admitted to the various conservatories, they have taken exams at various levels and have won various prizes at numerous national and international competitions. She was a member of the jury in several music competitions. He regularly holds piano and chamber music masterclasses in Milan. In 2000, together with Paolo Gilardi, formed the "Khacaturian" Piano Duo. Since then the Duo has held numerous concerts and has participated in various international and national competitions, winning first prizes. In 2009 the Duo recorded the CD "Rapsodia Armena", subsequently published by La Bottega Discantica. From October of 2006 he took over the artistic direction of the "Kreisleriana" Music Association that he promotes, in Milan and its province, concert activities and musical training for young pianists. In 2010 the Association was awarded the Certificate of Civic Merit by the Municipality of Milan. On several occasions he collaborated with the singer Gianna Nannini, with the writer Antonia Arslan, with the Nor Araxs Project. He participated in the MiTo Settembre Musica Edition 2015. in June 2016, at the invitation of the Italian Consulate and the Institute of Italian Culture in Edinburgh, gave a concert in the Cathedral of St. Andrews a Glasgow.

9 July; Travedona Monate, Along Lake Monate,,it,Gypsy jazz,,fr,Davide Citera - Francesca Mosca,,it
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Stefano Delvecchio, organetto, voce, percussioni; Davide Castiglia, violino; Giampiero Cignani, clarinet, clarinetto basso

Il Bevano è un fiume romagnolo. Bevano Est è un’area di servizio sull’autostrada, a non-place where pieces of the world of all kinds touch each other. Bevano Est è un progetto musicale che nasce nel 1991. Una formazione di strumenti acustici che propone, con sottile ironia, una musica di propria composizione, sguaiata e delicata, che in teatro si siede scomposta, in osteria chiede ascolto e in piazza fa ballare. A music populated. A sifting sound what's this of the world, senza sudditanza, senza scrupolo filologico, mettendo in pratica l’idea che l’arte, ogni tipo di arte, non sia un’entità chiusa, ma il centro di innumerevoli relazioni.

10 July; Taino, Giò Pomodoro Park
Saxofollia Quartet feat. Fabrizio Bosso

Saxofollia Quartet: is one of the most active and recognized chamber realities in Italy. First prize a 8 national and international competitions, dal 1993 carries out an intense concert activity by participating in important events including Concerts in Campidoglio, House of Jazz (Roma), Teatro Rossini (Pesaro), Teatro U. Giordano (Foggia), Binary Theater 7 (MB), Villa Solomei Festival (PG), Lake Maggiore Music (VA), Concerts at Cortile Mercato Vecchio (VR), Verdi Festival (PR), Concerts in the Villa-Circolo Culturale Belluno (BL), Concerts of the Messina Philharmonic Academy (ME), Capri Inn Jazz (NA), Roana Music Art (WE), Victory Jazz Festival (RG), LongLake Festival (Lugano), 14th World Saxophone Congress (Ljubljana). The members of Saxofollia have been collaborating for years with prestigious symphony orchestras such as La Fenice di Venezia, C. Felice of Genoa, La Scala Philharmonic in Milan, Arena di Verona, Rome Opera House, Municipal Theater of Bologna, Regional Orchestra of Emilia Romagna, Sanremo Symphony, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana. Among the best qualities of the training there are certainly the versatility and the continuous desire to explore new musical horizons and the different projects that the group has been bringing to the stage for years are the best expression of this.. Saxofollia masterfully and casually crosses both classical repertoires, like the baroque and operatic one, that repertoires from the world of jazz ranging from swing to be-bop to modern-day jazz. All the pieces proposed are original compositions and arrangements specially conceived to highlight the different characteristics of the individual musicians. The quartet boasts a wide range of collaborations with internationally renowned soloists with whom they have numerous recording and concert projects to their credit. In 2018 the uninterrupted collaboration with the trumpeter Fabrizio Bosso and in the 2016 participate, alongside the comedian Paolo Cevoli, to a show on the life of Gioacchino Rossini performing in major theaters throughout the country. Saxofollia records Omaggio a J. Françaix, Like Strings, On The Reed, Vissi D’arte, Into the Trumpet, Estate, Voice on Air, Meetings and Portraits also available on iTunes, Amazon e Spotify. Recently some of their songs have entered the “iTunes Top 100 Chart” of the best sellers in countries like USA, Canada and Japan.

The Saxofollia quartet is composed of: FABRIZIO BENEVELLI Soprano sax; GIOVANNI CONTRI Alto sax; MARCO FERRI Tenor sax ALESSANDRO CREOLA Baritone sax

Fabrizio Bosso: embraces his first trumpet at the age of 5 years and a 15 he graduated from the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Turin. Thanks to his father Gianni, self-taught trumpet player, approaches jazz but is on the records of Italian singer-songwriters, so loved by his mother Marina, experimenting with his first improvisations. Precisely this transversal approach and without preconceptions will characterize his entire path, in which profound love and respect for jazz history and tradition alternates with the desire to compare one's language with other musical worlds. Turin is a city where since the fifties / sixties the jazz scene was particularly active and had already produced names of international caliber such as Oscar Valdambrini, Enrico Rava and then Flavio Boltro, which already at that time was beginning to enjoy a certain notoriety. Fabrizio begins to frequent the environment while still a student and it is right next to Boltro that he participates in his first jam session, the same year in which he graduated from the Conservatory. Tireless and rigorous from a very young age, he combines the experience of strenuous tours with dance orchestras with advanced specialization studies on the instrument such as the High Specialization Courses in Saluzzo (CN,,en,I quattro,,en,despite his young age,,it,the youngest is from,,it,the oldest",,it,they are all graduates,,it,and play in numerous orchestras,,it,Teatro alla Scala Academy,,it,Chamber musicians of the Teatro alla Scala,,it,Teatro alla Scala Orchestra,,it,La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra ... 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A 17 anni, thanks to saxophonist Gianni Basso (also from Piedmont but from Asti), he becomes part of a big band and takes his first steps in the recording studio, experiences that he remembers as particularly formative: “Playing in the section of a big band is one of the fundamental steps, you learn discipline, pronounce it, the intonation, also indispensable for those who follow the path of the soloist ". And on those early registrations: “…at first I was always very tense, I didn't enjoy it, then I realized that Gianni's approach was different, he was not looking for perfection, but the atmosphere, the intensity, that was Jazz for him ". With Gianni Basso he records numerous records, also in quintet: “Gianni is truly a piece of jazz history, for its swing and its absolutely unique and unattainable sound ". Giovanni Mazzarino is also among the first to believe in Fabrizio's talent, pianista, Sicilian composer and arranger who, after listening to it casually during a jam session in 1995, he calls him as a soloist in his formations. After "Cyclone", published with Splasc(h) nel 2003, there are many engravings by Mazarin in which Bosso takes part, including “Piano Paralleli” recorded at the Fazioli Concert Hall in 2016. In his early twenties he moved to Bari where he met the producer Nicola Conte, with whom he collaborates on several occasions, and he frequents some Apulian musicians of his own generation, which will then establish themselves internationally: Gianluca Petrella, Gaetano Partipilo, Stefano Bollani, Giuseppe Bassi, Fabio Accardi. Con loro forma The Jazz Convention e pubblica l’album “Up Up with The Jazz Convention” (1997, Schema Records). At the same time he teaches at the Nicolò Piccinni Conservatory in Bari and plays in the Italian Big Band directed by Maestro Marco Renzi, with which for several years he alternated concert activity with radio and television productions. A 24 years is called by Maurizio Giammarco for the project dedicated to Chet Baker and goes up for the first time on the stage of Umbria Jazz in July of 1997. The following year he was hired for four concerts in the Italian tour of the Carnegie Hall Orchestra conducted by John Faddis. In that period he began a partnership with the pianist Paolo Di Sabatino, with whom he plays both in duo and in quartet also recording some albums. In 1999 wins the TOP JAZZ as "Best New Talent", result of the historic referendum of the Musica Jazz magazine. He was then noticed by Enrico Pieranunzi, one of the most popular pianists in the world, who calls him in his group. The publication of “Enrico Pieranunzi & Horns: Evans Remembered” (Philology, 2000) and from that first episode their paths will meet repeatedly over the years. Sempre nel 2000 he releases his first album under his name with Red Records, "Fast Flight" in quintet with Rosario Giuliani on sax, Salvatore Bonafede at the piano, Giuseppe Bassi on double bass and Marcello di Leonardo on drums. After a while the quintet started and for several years was considered one of the leading formations of the new generation of Italian jazz, the High Five. With the saxophonist Daniele Scannapieco, Julian Oliver Mazzariello first and Luca Mannutza then at the piano, the double bass player Pietro Ciancaglini and the drummer Lorenzo Tucci, publish 4 album (“Jazz for More” Via Veneto Jazz, 2002 – “Jazz Desire” Via Veneto Jazz 2004 – “Five For Fun” Blue Note 2008 – “Split Kick” Blue Note 2009) and record "Handful of Soul" (Schema Records, 2006) record that marks Mario Biondi's consecration to success. Bosso finds the trombonist Gianluca Petrella in 2002, when they both answer Franco D'Andrea's call, one of the greatest exponents of Italian jazz, to form the Riff Trio, with which they release the album entitled "Round Riff And More" (2002, Philology). It was in the same year that he received the prestigious award from the French critics Django D'Or. Also in that period he had the opportunity to play with Renato Sellani, another icon of Italian jazz, of which the trumpeter recalls the vitality: "Renato taught me to approach music with awareness and seriousness but also with lightness". Testimony of another happy encounter is "Once I Loved", the disc published in duo with Irio De Paula in 2003. The Brazilian guitarist, profound connoisseur of the jazz tradition and fine composer, moved to Italy in the mid-seventies, allows the young trumpeter to approach and become passionate about Brazilian music, and to realize that this world was not that far from jazz. There is also a video document of their association, lasted several years, shot in the evocative setting of the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza (Azure, 2007). In 2004 participates as a solo trumpet in some dates of the European tour of the Liberation Orchestra of Charlie Haden with the arrangements and the participation of Carla Bley. In the edition of 2006 of the Brianza Open Festival performs in quintet with Javier Girotto, Argentine saxophonist, with the pianist and vocalist Natalio Luis Mangalavite, also from Cordoba, with Luca Bulgarelli on electric bass and with Lorenzo Tucci on drums. This is how Latin Mood was born, which then became a sextet with the entry of percussionist Bruno Marcozzi and produced two albums: “Sol”, for Blue Note in 2008 and let's go", published by Schema Records in 2013. The following year comes the turning point in Fabrizio Bosso's career. It is the release of the album "You’ve Changed" (2007, Blue Note), recorded in quartet with Pietro Lussu on the piano, Luca Bulgarelli on bass and Lorenzo Tucci on drums and with a string ensemble, arranged and directed by Paolo Silvestri. The line up is enriched by some special guests such as Sergio Cammariere, Bebo Ferra, Stefano di Battista and Dianne Reeves, who plays the title track. And the 2009 when Bosso constitutes the first quartet in his name, with Luca Mannutza at the piano, Luca Bulgarelli on double bass and Lorenzo Tucci, drummer with whom there were many other opportunities for collaboration, including the unpublished duo documented by the album "Drumpet" (Via Veneto Jazz, 2014) One of the most congenial dimensions to Fabrizio Bosso is undoubtedly the two-way dialogue and, from the encounter with the volcanic Antonello Salis, the trumpeter also begins to experiment with the use of electronics. The duo releases the album "Stunt" (Parco della Musica Records, 2009), which wins the TOP JAZZ as the best record of the year. A few years later, another accordionist will talk to his trumpet, Luciano Biondini, with which he publishes the album "Face To Face" (Go away, 2012) and shares several other projects, also theatrical. The following year, invited by the drummer and youth friend Alessandro Minetto to perform in a trio with the organist Alberto Marsico, start exploring the world of the Gospel. Thus was born Spiritual Trio, one of its most prolific formations, with which he publishes three albums (Spiritual, Organic Music 2010 – Purple, Universal /Verve 2013 – Someday, Warner Music 2019). For Fabrizio Bosso, participation in other people's projects is a fundamental ingredient, even when they may appear far from the chosen path, as in the case of Complete Communion, the quartet led by drummer Aldo Romano with Henri Texier on double bass and Geraldine Laurent on alto sax, dedicated to the music of Don Cherry (Complete Communion, Dreyfuss, 2010). The 2011 represents another turning point for Fabrizio: at the Air Studios in London he records the album "Enchantment – The spell of Nino Rota " (Schema Records, 2011) with the London Symphony Orchestra and the rhythm of Claudio Filippini, Rosario Bonaccorso and Lorenzo Tucci. The arrangements and direction are by Stefano Fonzi. The recording of Enchantment allows him to put his solid classical training to good use and interact with the mighty sound of the Orchestra, managing the transition between the symphonic parts and improvisation with extreme ease. Sempre nel 2011 is named best trumpeter of the year by the JazzIt Awards, recognition that will later be given to him several other times. The renewed meeting with the pianist Julian Oliver Mazzariello, former first pianist of the High Five, leads to the birth of Tandem, in which the agreement is immediate, natural, and gives rise to a constantly evolving experience, always aligned with the individual path of both. (“Tandem”, Universal Verve, 2014 – “Tandem Live at Umbria Jazz Winter”, Warner Music, 2019) The idea of ​​a new Quartet was born from the duo with Mazzariello. Bosso calls the young bassist from Salento Luca Alemanno and drummer Nicola Angelucci for two Milanese concerts in early February 2014 which are explosive and immediately confirm the new line up. It's the turn of "Duke" (2015, Universal Music), work in which the Quartet proves to be able to measure itself in any situation: training, enlarged with a section of 6 first-rate winds arranged by Paolo Silvestri, hits the mark and the project produces numerous live shows, meeting the unconditional favor of professionals and the public. The Quartet grinds concerts in Italy and around the world, increasing the musical and human understanding, even when Luca Alemanno, winner at the auditions of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance, he moved to Los Angeles giving way to the young and talented Jacopo Ferrazza. The faithful snapshot of this phase, one of the happiest of Bosso's career is "State of the Art" (2017, Warner Music), live record that fixes some memorable moments of this ensemble, expression of authentic dialogue and complete sharing. The deep and long-standing friendship with saxophonist Rosario Giuliani returns to manifest itself on stage as well, thus Connections was born, a quartet in which, next to the two leaders, we find the hammondist Alberto Gurrisi and the drummer Marco Valeri. Another association had been waiting for some time to bear fruit, namely the one with Mauro Ottolini, trombonist, arranger and profound connoisseur of early jazz. Storyville Story kicks off, a lively sextet that sees, along with trumpet and trombone, the voice of Vanessa Tagliabue Yorke, the sousaphone of Glauco Benedetti, Paolo Birro's piano and Paolo Mappa's drums. At the beginning of 2020 the Quartet gets to work on a studio record, but the Covid-19 pandemic defeats all plans. “WE4”, it is thus recorded at the beginning of June in an impromptu way, almost treacherously, gathering all the intensity of the moment when we can finally make music together again, and is also released at the end of the year with Warner Music. The important collaborations in the jazz scene have been countless, in addition to the names already mentioned, it is important to remember Dino Piana, Marco Tamburini, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dianne Reeves, Rita Marcotulli, Stefano Di Battista, Enrico Rave, Furio of Castri, Rosario Bonaccorso. There is no shortage of participations, come solista, to orchestral projects led by excellent conductors such as Wayne Marshall, Maria Schneider, Ryan Truesdell. In pop there are many illustrious names who wanted the sound of Fabrizio Bosso's trumpet to embellish their music, like Sergio Cammariere, to which Fabrizio owes his first appearance at the Sanremo Festival. And the 2003, infatti, when the Calabrian singer-songwriter wants him next to him on the stage of the Ariston in the song "All that a man". Duet that will recur in the 2008, when Cammariere will bring the song "Love cannot be explained" to the competition. In Sanremo Fabrizio also returns several times with other artists: nel 2009 with Simona Molinari ("Egocentric"), nel 2011 with Raphael Gualazzi, who won the youth category with the song "Madness of Love", nel 2012 with Nina Zilli ("Forever"), with which the following year he made the tour "We Love You – Jazz’n Soul”, and then again with Raphael Gualazzi in 2013. Inoltre, we find the unmistakable sound of his trumpet in Renato Zero's records, Sugar, Tiziano Ferro, Joe Barbieri, Claudio Baglioni and Franco Califano, with which he also remembers a live performance of "E la Chiamano Estate", in the popular TV show "Domenica In" in 2009. In 2011, for the first duo album with Julian Oliver Mazzariello "Tandem", Bosso invites two special guests: Fabio Concato with his "Gigi" and Fiorella Mannoia to interpret "Roma Nun Fa la Stupida Tonera". The agreement with the Milanese singer-songwriter leads to numerous trio concerts that culminate, nel 2016, in the recording of the album "I can't stop listening to you" (Warner). Beside the permanent formations Fabrizio continues his research activity through many participations, from which he collects different and precious stimuli for his artistic journey. Just as the suggestions of the works in which music meets words or images are precious, including "Il Sorpasso in Jazz", which included the live soundtrack in quartet of a montage of images taken from the famous film by Dini Risi. And also "Concert for Jack London", show built on the adaptation of the short story The Game by the American writer elaborated by Silvio Castiglioni, who is also the narrator, next to Fabrizio's trumpet and Luciano Biondini's accordion. Or even “Shadows, Tribute to Chet Baker ", where the unmistakable voice of Massimo Popolizio intertwines with the trumpet and the piano of Julian Oliver Mazzariello. Without ever giving up on facing new experiences, keeping faith with the freedom he has chosen since his first steps as a musician and with the awareness that every meeting has something to teach, Fabrizio Bosso has chosen music as a means to tell his own human and artistic story, as well as to share himself, as much with his stage mates as with his own audience, ever more vast and faithful.

13 July; Leggiuno, Eremo di Santa Caterina
Alessio Nebiolo, chitarra & Jeanne Gollut, pan flute

Alessio Nebiolo he began his musical studies at the age of eight. Tra il 1999 and the 2005, obtains the diploma with the mention of honors at the Conservatory “A. Vivaldi “of Alexandria, the Virtuosité Diploma with the mention of honors, followed by the Soloist Diploma, the highest degree of specialization, at the “Conservatoire de Musique de Lausanne” and about ten awards (including six first prizes) in international competitions. In 2005, receives the "Max Jost" award (Lausanne, Switzerland) attributed to the best soloist of the year, among all the instrumentalists. Today critics describe him as one of the most brilliant and active young guitarists of his time. He performs regularly in Europe, Asia, North and South America with a pace of over 40 concerts a year. Among the main European festivals that have seen his participation as a solo performer, we remember in Italy the "Rossini Opera Festival" (Pesaro), "Verbania Musica Festival", "Cantiere dell’arte di Montepulciano", in France, the 'Festival de l'Orne' and the Annecy International Film Festival, in Switzerland the 'Festival de Lucerne', ‘Musical Summits of Gstaad’, “Summits of the Crans Montana Classic”, ‘Music at ETH’ (Zurigo), in Portogallo il “III International Meetings of Majorca Music”, “XV Azores International Music Festival”, in Romania the national radio festival, in Spain the festival of the Friends of the Guitar di Valencia. He was invited to play live for the Swiss National Radio Espace2, Rai Radio 3, Romanian National Radio and Swiss National Television, Romania, Francia, Chile, Bolivia Paraguay and Uruguay. In Asia he had the opportunity to perform in the most prestigious halls and in the main cities of India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka among which we remember "Erasmus Huis" of Jakarta, “Kala Academy” in Goa, “Habitat Center” New Delhi, Calcutta’s School of Music. In Canada and the United States of America, he has been invited by several universities and festivals (Montreal, Laval, Philadelphia, Ann Arbor, Dayton, Baltimore, Washington DC). In 2009 debuts with the first tour in South America (Uruguay, Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay) tenendo recitals, masterclass, being a juror in international competitions and on tour with the "Philarmonica de Cochabamba" orchestra for the performance of the Concierto de Aranjuez de Joaquin Rodrigo. Since then he has performed at least one tour a year, extending his concerts to other countries such as Brazil and Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina. As a soloist he has performed with orchestras including: Sanremo Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonietta de Lausanne (Switzerland), Orchestra of French-speaking Switzerland (Swiss National Orchestra), Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra (Roma), Ribeaupierre Orchestra (Lausanne), Black Sea Philharmonic (Romania), Mont Blanc Symphony Orchestra (Francia), Orchestre St. Pierre de la Fusterie (Switzerland), Cochabamba Philharmonic (Bolivia), Chamber of the MEC (Uruguay), University Symphony Orchestra (Chile), Temuco Philharmonic (Chile). As a soloist of the Symphony of the Americas in Miami, Alessio Nebiolo performs in over twenty concerts a year 2017 between the USA and Panama interpreting Prelude and Fugue written for him by Maestro Lorenzo Turchi-Floris. Alongside the solo activity, he is involved in stable chamber ensembles with which he has been collaborating for several years. In particular in duo with the Italian accordionist Nadio Marenco, the Canadian flutist Claude Régimbald, the Swiss quartet Terpsycordes, the Swiss pan flutist Jeanne Gollut, the Romanian violinist Bogdan Zvoristeanu (concert by the Swiss national orchestra ORS) and the Tremendo C, mixed quartet dedicated to the interpretation of Spanish popular music. Alessio Nebiolo is a guitar teacher at the "Conservatoire de Musique de Genève" and the University of Lausanne (High School of Education) in Switzerland and occasionally holds Master Classes in Europe, America ed Asia. Alessio Nebiolo has eleven recordings to his credit for the Arpeggio labels (Francia), Time Clasico (Messico), Guitart (Italia), Symphonic (Italia), Flipper Music (Italia) e Brilliant Classics (Olanda), SMC (Italia). The recital held for the Festival de Lucerne, among the most prestigious European reviews, was broadcast in full by the Swiss National Radio and produced on the CD "Live at Lucerne Festival". Alessio Nebiolo is artistic director of the Festival International de Guitare de Versoix (Ginevra, Switzerland) and founding member of the international association MusicFor with offices in Italy, Switzerland and USA.

Jeanne Gollut Passionate about her instrument since her young age, Jeanne Gollut has chosen to make it her profession, starting his professional studies in 2001 presso the University of Music of Lausanne and the Swiss Society of Musical Pedagogy. He then followed the courses of M ° Michel Tirabosco and obtained with mention first the Diplôme d’Enseignement and finally the Diplôme de Virtuosité. Attualmente, Jeanne Gollut divides her time between her concert career and teaching her instrument at the Montreux-Vevey Conservatory of Music, Riviera. She regularly performs in different chamber music ensembles and her collaborations with different musicians allow her to develop a wide range of musical styles and to highlight her instrument., often considered exclusively folkloric. In 2005, creates the duo Arpane with’ harpist Julie Sicre; the two musicians interpret a repertoire of French music from the beginning of the twentieth century and in 2010 record a very well received by critics. With the organist Antonio Garçia, sounds from 2006 a baroque repertoire, romantic and contemporary. Piu’ recentemente, has started a collaboration with the guitarist Alessio Nebiolo to propose a program of character, composed mainly of Latin and South American music. It is also part of the Tangora Trio (pan flute, guitar and piano), very active ensemble that has already recorded two discs and explored a vast repertoire (popular mucics, jazz, famous themes of cinema…). Jeanne Gollut has performed as a soloist with several Swiss orchestras, interpreting, among others, Mozart's Concerto for flute and harp, la Ballade et Danse di György Ligeti, the Concerto for two flutes in E minor by G. Ph. Telemann. Determined to enhance and promote her tool, Jeanne Gollut strives to make the pan flute known also to composers and has already been the dedicatee of several pieces including Ballade pour flûte de Pan et harpe and Trois Esquisses (double concert for pan flute and harp) by Michel Hostettler, Instants for pan flute and string quartet (created with the quartet Sine Nomine), ABChemin6.0 (for ten elements) by Dominique Gesseney-Rappo and Wind-Wood (for pan flute and marimba), written by Stéphane Borel. The successes of these original works have encouraged other composers to write for the pan flute and several projects are currently in preparation with the joyful prospect of enriching the repertoire of this beautiful instrument..

15 July; Comabbio; Lucio Fontana room
Eccentric Trio – Silvia Felisetti, reciting voice and soprano – Luca Bonucci, harpsichord

Eccentric Trio: It was born from the meeting of the ECCENTRIC TRIO with the addition of other instrumentalists for the realization of particular musical projects such as those presented in the evening. Nel novembre 2002 training was also a protagonist beyond the Alps, dove ha raccolto il consenso della critica ed il plauso del pubblico francese che lo ha visto esibirsi nella suggestiva cornice del castello di Nieul – Limoges. The original Trio also distinguished itself by winning the first prize at the International Music Competition Città di Vignola – Modena come miglior formazione da camera, raccogliendo entusiasmanti critiche dai Maestri Sergio Perticaroli e Maureen Jones. Nell’estate 2003 ha frequentato il corso di musica da camera per fiati tenuto dai maestri del Quintetto Bibiena presso l’Accademia Internazionale Chigiana di Siena. Questa formazione è ormai divenuta una realtà consolidata nel panorama musicale nazionale esibendosi in prestigiose stagioni cameristiche (Chiese Corti e Cortili – Bologna, Sala Bossi – Bologna, Teatro Rossini – Lugo, M.I.C. – Faenza, Cortili Aperti – Modena, I martedì di San Domenico – Bologna, I Concerti della domenica “Circolo Sersanti” Imola – Giardini Margherita – Bologna, Viva Bologna, I concerti nei Cortili – Cervia, Teatro comunale di Russi, Emilia Romagna Festival, Notturni alle conserve – Cesenatico, Umbria Estate, “Luoghi Immaginari” Tassarolo – Alexandria, Teatro Pavone – Perugia, “Valsesia Musica” Varallo Sesia – Vercelli, “Rassegna d’Autunno” Cappella dei Mercanti – Torino, “Imola in Musica” Biblioteca Comunale – Imola, “Bologna Estate” Accademia delle belle Arti – Bologna, “Nei Suoni e nei Luoghi” Nova Gorica _ Slovenja, “Phonè 2008” Perugia, “Gli aperitivi del resto del Carlino” – Bologna, “Bologna estate 2010” museo d’ Arte Moderna “MAMbo”- Bologna, “Festival MITO” – Milano, “Musica in Castello” – Parma, ecc.). Pur privilegiando lo studio e l’esecuzione di un repertorio basato su edizioni originali, il trio non si limita al già sentito ed al già visto affrontando con plastica versatilità trascrizioni di vario genere, secondo uno spirito di appassionato sperimentalismo. Va in questa direzione il tributo a “Federico Fellini”, presentato in prima assoluta il 28 agosto 2004 a Ravenna, successivamente sviluppato e replicato in molte città italiane insieme a Cristiano Cavina e recentemente definito con Renato Geremicca e il Laboratorio Creativo Gerebros che ne ha prodotto un disco e uno spettacolo dal titolo “Racconto di Fellini”, trasmesso da Radio3 Rai il 7 gennaio 2012. In diverse occasioni, il Trio Eccentrico si presenta in formazione allargata in quartetto con i cornisti Benedetto Dallaglio e Giovanni Cacciaguerra) eseguendo fra l’altro Overture di Rossini, Verdi, Bellini e Mascagni arrangiate in gran parte da Paolo Geminiani. October 2007 il trio è stato invitato dagli Istituti Italiani di Cultura di Addis Abeba (Etiopia) e Nairobi (Kenya) dove ha presentato un programma dedicato ai più celebri film di Fellini, nel marzo 2010 invece è stato invitato dall’ Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Wolfsburg (Germany) dove ha presentato un programma legato all’opera in quartetto con il cornista Imerio Tagliaferri. Nello stesso anno è stato invitato anche dall’ Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Varsavia (Polonia). In 2011 il Trio è stato impegnato assieme al pianista arrangiatore Gabriele Bertozzi nello spettacolo comico-musicale dal titolo “Cambiano i suonatori ma la musica no” con il comico Duilio Pizzocchi. Nello stesso anno ha inizio una stimolante collaborazione con il percussionista Marco Zanotti, con cui mette in scena una rilettura di standard jazz, e un’originalissima versione di “Pierino e il lupo” per quintetto di fiati e percussioni. In 2012 realizza, in collaborazione con il tenore Andrea Giovannini, il progetto dedicato al mondo dell’opera dal titolo “Opera in pillole”. In 2013 ha collaborato con Darren Langlands e Amir Rahimzadeh alla realizzazione della colonna sonora di un cortometraggio prodotto in Inghilterra dal titolo “La Gazza” prodotto da 33 Films Ltd e distribuito da Alt Angle Films. In 2014 è stato invitato dall’ Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Londra per un concerto in quartetto con il cornista Benedetto Dallaglio.

16 July; Ranco, Piazza Venezia
The Women of Fishing and the Lake

Theatrical show with Betty Colombo & Francesco Nodari

23 July; Cerro di Laveno Mombello, Museo MIDeC
Sebastiano Bronzato, voce recitante – Terra Mater set

Terra Mater set: Angela Centanin: voce; Irene Benciolini: violino, viola, santur; Ruben Medici: old, acoustic guitar, mandolino, bouzouki, violino, viola; Francesco Trespidi: duff, darbouka, riq, musette, cunning, bansuri, low whistle, recorders; Nicola Benetti: fisarmonica, chitarra classica, duff, darbouka, kantele, setar

The Terra Mater Ensemble was born in Verona in May 2016. Its members are five young multi-instrumentalists, trained at the Conservatories of Verona, Padova, Vicenza and Cesena. Their musical activity comes from the strong interest in the sound heritage that lies at the roots of the different Mediterranean cultures and in the European medieval repertoire.. The Terra Mater Ensemble project was born as a story, woven from the expert lips of music, on the charm and suggestion of the musical traditions of the Mediterranean region. Instruments and singing are entrusted with the task of narrating a long journey to discover the richness that the encounter with the "different" can give birth, the story of an ancient dialogue between peoples who always lived mirroring themselves on the Mediterranean. The original proposal of the Ensemble consists of a journey to discover the apparently more distant musical traditions: from Sephardic chant to Macedonian dance, from the 13th century Portuguese cantiga to the rhythms of Arabic music: a journey that tastes of history and speaks of the past, but it can be retraced in the light of a present in which the tie that binds East and West certainly has not loosened. L’Ensemble, from the year of its formation, achieved warm success, performing on several important occasions and in prestigious places. In Verona they stand out, among others: San Nicolò all'Arena, the Conservatory Dall’Abaco in Verona, the archaeological area of ​​Corte Sgarzerie, the Basilica of San Zeno, Santa Maria in Chiavica, the Ristori Theater, the Sala Maffeiana of the Verona Philharmonic Theater, Palazzo Verità Poeta, Church of San Giovanni in Fonte in collaboration with the Friends of the Capitular Library, the Civic Library of Verona, Orti Manara Palace. In the autumn of 2017, the Ensemble participates in the second edition of “Music 4 the Next Generation”, competition of arrangement and interpretation of the classical musical tradition in the light of contemporary sensibilities, winning the first prize. Since 2017 has undertaken a collaboration with the Asia Trento Cultural Association which still persists, which led him to perform several times at the Hall of the Tapestries of the Tridentine Diocesan Museum, in Piazza Duomo in Trento. In April of 2018 the Ensemble records the disc “Terra Mater” with the Velut Luna record company, and officially presents it to the public in May of the same year with a concert at the Sala dei Giganti of Palazzo Liviano in Padua and at the Civic Library of Verona. In July 2018 he is selected among the five finalists of the national competition "Generations" of the Ethnos International Festival; this result will lead him to perform on the stage of Villa Vannucchi in San Giorgio a Cremano (Naples). The Ensemble has taken part in important concert reviews and music festivals: House music Wunderkammer Trieste, Ethnos Festival, Canopy festival, Verona rings, Terra Incanta Festival, The theaters of the world, Velofestival, Tocatì Festival, International Poetry Festival, Il Lago Chromatic Festival Winner for the second time of the “Music and School” Call of the Conservatory of Verona, in January 2019 realizes the artistic project “Il Milione, travel notes "a narration-concert in collaboration with the actor Lorenzo Bassotto on Marco Polo's journey from Venice to China between music of peoples and Commedia dell’Arte, leading to the stage of the Ristori Theater. Following this important educational experience, the musicians of the Ensemble are invited by various schools in northern Italy to hold concert-lessons for primary and secondary school students, occasions in which they were able to involve children and teenagers in the discovery of music and instruments belonging to the Mediterranean tradition. During the summer of 2019 the Terra Mater Ensemble, appreciated for the research and performance of ancient music, is invited to play for the Alta Sartoria di Dolce event&Gabbana a Sciacca (Agrigento). Winner of the call issued by the Bolognese civic museums for the ethnic music review "(s)Nodi ”exhibits at the International Museum and Library of Music in Bologna. In the autumn 2019 the Ensemble airs live on Rai Radio 3 within the "Piazza Verdi" program. He performs for the “Terra, music and soundscapes ”of the Teatro Binario 7 of Monza. Become part of the program of the season of the Ristori Theater debuting in December with the new project "Odysseia", an original show on the myth of Ulysses, which also involves the musicians of the Ensemble as directors, actors, writers and set designers. The traditional music of the Mediterranean peoples is accompanied by the texts of Medici and Trespidi, while Centanin and Benciolini take care of the scenography. in June 2020 the Terra Mater Ensemble is one of the protagonists of the "Palazzo Marino in Musica" review, which is held annually at the Municipality of Milan. The 18 2020 December the album Odysseia is released, new Ensemble album released by the Velut Luna record label. Nel Gennaio 2021, at the Teatro Ristori in Verona, the original show Le città invisibili inspired by the homonymous work by Italo Calvino makes its debut, musical project that knows the involvement of the actor Sebastiano Bronzato. Projections with original illustrations by Irene Benciolini are integrated into the show. In June 2021 the Terra Mater Ensemble performs at the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa on the occasion of the International Poetry Festival together with the Tangerine violinist Jamal Ouassini. In July 2021 debuts on the stage of the Roman Theater of Verona alongside the actor Alessandro Anderloni with the original show "DANTEA" on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of Dante's death, in collaboration with the Gaspari Foundation. He is also selected among the five finalists of the competition “Music 4 the Next Generation” winning the second prize. Over the years, the Ensemble has presented its musical project in numerous Italian cities, such as Mantua, Trento, Monza, Milano, Verona, Padova, Ancona, Naples, Sciacca, Brescia, Trieste, Varese, Treviso, Genoa and Bologna.

30 July; Angera, Church of Sant 'Alessandro
Leonora Armellini, pianoforte

Leonora Armellini was a very young winner of the "Janina Nawrocka Prize" for "extraordinary musicality and the beauty of sound" at the International Piano Competition "F. Chopin ”in Warsaw (2010). The outcome was brilliantly confirmed in the edition of 2021, with a Fifth Prize that makes her the first Italian woman to have climbed the heights of the competition considered as the pinnacle of world pianism. Leonora Armellini (1992), daughter of art, approaches the study of the piano at the age of four with Laura Palmieri and graduates at twelve obtaining full marks with honors and special mention. In 2005 unanimously wins the XXII Venice Prize, reserved for the best graduates of the Italian Conservatories, and continues his training with Sergio Perticaroli at the Academy of S. Cecilia of Rome, graduating at seventeen with honors and thus becoming the youngest graduate of the prestigious institution. He perfects himself with Lilya Zilberstein and Marian Mika, and graduated from the "Incontri col Maestro" Piano Academy in Imola with Boris Petrushansky (2018). Among the numerous prizes and awards for his artistic and human qualities, Leonora received in 2013 from the hands of Zubin Mehta the “Galileo 2000 Golden pentagram "for" great courage and musical talent ". in May 2013, the National Association of Music Critics has decided to award the "XXXII Abbiati Prize", "Premo Piero Farulli", to the Trio formed by Leonora, Laura Marzadori and Ludovico Armellini (Pianoforte, Violin and cello). He regularly holds concerts as a soloist and chamber musician for festivals and concert seasons in Italy and abroad (Carnegie Hall in New York, Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Salle Cortot in Paris, Warsaw Philharmonic, Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Martha Argerich project in Lugano, and throughout Europe, Cina, South Korea, Giappone, …), and has been joined by numerous orchestras including the Warsaw Philharmonic, the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto, The Venetian Soloists, l’Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, the Orchestra of the Teatro La Fenice, the Verona Arena Orchestra, the Ukrainian National Orchestra, the Warsaw Symphony, Symphony Orchestra of the Lodz Philharmonic (Polonia)… Leonora is the protagonist of numerous recording projects; The most recent release is the “Piano Recital” DVD published by ContempoArs containing, tra gli altri, the Studies op. 25 in Chopin, and a CD released by Brilliant Classics containing Poulenc's Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, Britten's Scottish Ballad and Debussy's Première Suite for piano a 4 hands in the formation of the Piano Duo of Padua (with the pianist Mattia Ometto), Orchestra of Padua and Veneto and the conductor Luigi Piovano. In the same formation he also recorded the complete work for two pianos by Brahms for Da Vinci Classics. She was invited by Italian and foreign radio and television broadcasts for interviews and concerts including the "Concerts of the Quirinale" and the appearance as a guest at the Sanremo Festival 2013. Alongside Matteo Rampin he wrote and published the popular music book “Mozart was a cool, Bach even more ", published by SALANI (2014), now in its seventh edition and translated and translated into Spanish. He is currently Professor of Main Piano at the “A. Buzzolla ”of Adria (RO).

3 August; Laveno Mombello, Lake Maggiore cableway
Mauro porro & His Dixie Blue Blowers

A tribute to all the "Hot Jazz" music of the 1920s, in its various styles (Dixieland, Chicago, New Orleans, New York, etc…) la line-up de i “Dixie Blue Blowers” (on request also itinerant) is constituted of 4/5/6 items including, combined with each other, the following tools: tromba, sax, clarinet, banjo, bass tuba and drums; the brilliant performance of well-known and lesser-known pieces of the golden age of jazz takes place and by means of free improvisation and by means of meticulous transcriptions from records to 78 giri!

6 August; Angera, Pratone
Inis Fail

Luca Crespi: Irish flute, uilleann pipes, whistles; Colm Murphy: violino, pianoforte, voce; Lucia Picozzi: fisarmonica; Alessia Pasini,,it,choreography by,,it,Tara Dance Academy,,en,The artistic career of INISFAIL,,it,thanks to years of intense activity and exhibitions in the most diverse areas,,it,Television programs,,it,theater,,et,places the Band among the most popular folk groups on the Italian scene,,it,Always transmitting energy and passion,,it,the training has received numerous consents also abroad,,it,Germany and France,,it,involving important Irish artists,,it,including Arty McGllyn,,it,Nolagh Casey,,en,John McSherry,,en,Michael McGoldrick,,en,Liam O'Connor,,pt,Alan Kelly,,fi,The training over the years has remained consistent with his personal sound,,it,a winning mix of tradition and innovation,,it,The novelty of the,,it,is the entry into the staff of the Irish violinist Colm Murphy who,,it: voce, bodhran; Francesco Bettoni: chitarra

La carriera artistica di INISFAIL, intrapresa dal 1996, thanks to all these years of intense activity and performances in the most diverse fields (Festivals, pubs, programmi televisivi, teatri, ecc…), colloca la Band tra i più apprezzati gruppi folk del panorama italiano. Trasmettendo sempre energia e passione, the band has also achieved numerous acclaim abroad (Switzerland, Germania e Francia), coinvolgendo importanti artisti irlandesi, tra i quali Arty McGllyn, Nolagh Casey, John McSherry, Michael McGoldrick, Liam O’Connor, Alan Kelly. The lineup over the years has remained consistent with his personal Sound, un mix vincente di tradizione ed innovazione. La novità del 2011 is the permanent entry of the Irish violinist Colm Murphy who, with his excellent technique and great fantasy he completes and enriches the "Irish character" of the group. The Band has four albums to their credit (“Tradizionale” 1998, “One More” 2001, “The Blue Bottle” 2004, e “Rebound” 2006).

11 August: Ranco,Rodari park
Ziganoff – jazz orchestra

Rossana Caldini violin; Gigi Grata tuba-sousaphone; Renato Morelli accordion-guitar; Michele Ometto guitar; Christian Stanchina soprano trumpet-flugelhorn; Fiorenzo Zeni soprano-clarinet saxophone; Igor Polesitsky, violino

Recovering the lost links between klezmer music, the first jazz, e lo swing zingaro manouche. This is the basic idea, at the base of the jazzmer band Ziganoff, a project by the ethnomusicologist Renato Morelli with Michele Ometto (chitarra), Fiorenzo Zeni (sax), Christian Stanchina (tromba), Rossana Caldini (violino), Gigi Grata (tuba). The project takes its name from the emblematic figure of Mishka Ziganoff, Yiddish-speaking Gypsy accordionist, born in Odessa, emigrated to New York, where he worked with klezmer and jazz bands, and where engraved in 1919 the song "koilen", considered a melodic prototype of Bella ciao. The formation has held numerous concerts, in Italy and abroad, collaborating on Rai programs (television and radio), theater show, movie soundtracks. He has participated in various festivals, including: Jazz Festival Hof – Bavaria; Horizontal Vertical Music Festival – Grossvenediger Salzburg; City of Sound – Hall Tirol; Trentino Book Festival; Dolomiti Ski Jazz; Culture Night – Bolzano; Valsugana jazz tour; Greenhouse Festival – Innsbruck; Large district - Trento; World Music Festival Carambolage – Bolzano; Sundays in Music - Arco; Rovereto Summer Music; Spring Concerts - Bolzano; Laurin All That Music – Bolzano; Invitation to listen to the Philharmonic Society – Trento; Music on Board – Tesero; BergMusikFestival - Sterzing- Roots; Lana Meet Jazz; Garibaldi demonstrations - Bezzecca; Board of Trustees Coming Lengmoos; Aquilana Concerts Society; International Music Festival, Portogruaro; Sounds and places - Udine Gorizia; Sound village. Terre del Rubicone - Cesena; Monte Bondone Green Festival; Summer season Don Bosco-Bolzano semi-rural park; MusicFestivalAnfiteatrof Levanto. He has made musical projects (CD e DVD) with the Bolzano guitarist Manuel Randi, the Ukrainian violinist Igor Polesitsky, the Hungarian cymbal player Kalman Balogh. He has released two CDs (A glezele Vayn, 2011, jazzman suite, 2014) e three DVDs (Koilen Live, 2009; A glezele Vayn, 2011; Ziganoff & Friends 2017)

IGOR POLESITSKY, violino: nato in Kiev, he began studying the violin at the age of six under the guidance of Gregori Yampolsky. After graduating in violin and viola at the Glière State School in Kiev, was admitted to the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. At the age of nineteen he moved to the United States, where he earned his bachelor's degree in music from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. Since 1983 he holds the position of first viola in the orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino. In addition to classical music, he dedicates himself to the research and performance of popular music from Eastern Europe, especially of klezmer music, in whose tradition he grew up. In 2005 he founded the Florentine Klezmerata, holding concerts in Vienna, Warsaw, Krakow, Mosca, Basel, Stable, Roma.

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12 June, Laveno Mombello; Gianluca Corona

18 June, Brebbia; Canova Orchestra; Enrico Pagano, Director

20 June, Cerro di Laveno Mombello; FiloBarocco set

3 July, Travedona Monate; FlamencoDalVivo – Paola Savino

9 July, Laveno Mombello; Eccentric Trio

17 July, Angera; The Blue Dolls

23 July, Taino; Terra Mater set

30 July, Ranco; two Sfera – Giulio Tampalini, chitarra

31 July, Angera; Aires Quartet

5 August, Ispra; TwoFol Quartet – Nicholas Gelli, Emilio Checchini, Luca Troiani, Pierpaolo Romani

11 August, Ranco; bandakadabra

Edizione 2020

6 August, Sacro Monte di Varese; Ensemble Micrologus

11 August, Laveno Mombello; Siete Lunas: Astrid Quintero Reyes Percussioni, voce, flauto e chitarra ; Maggie Pitzalis Voce e percussioni ; Elisa lomazzi Voce e percussioni; Lisa Odelli Voce e percussioni ; Giulio Tosatti Percussioni e Voce

21 August, Cerro di Laveno Mombello; Trio Eclectique: Alice Dondio, violino; Elena Bacchiarello, clarinet; Clara Schembari, pianoforte

29 August, Ranco; Ensemble di Trombe FVG

4 September, Travedona Monate; Accordi Disaccordi

5 September, Taino; Duo di Corni O. Franz: Davide Citera; Francesca Mosca

10 September, Taino; Quartetto Vagamondo: Giorgio Molteni – violino; Carlo Ferrè – chitarra; Lorenzo Ravazzini – viola; Matteo Pallavera – contrabbasso

11 September, Laveno Mombello Roberto Piumini – attore; Nadio Marenco – fisarmonica

12 September, Ranco; Betty Colombo – attrice

13 September, Angera; Quintetto Eccentrico; Noris Borgogelli – attore

10 Ottobre, Brebbia; Baroque- sax (ensemble); Jacopo Taddei, sax & I Solisti dell’Orchestra Canova – Direttore Concertatore: E. Pagano

Edizione 2019

2 June, Laveno Mombello, Fanta Brass: Matteo Fagiani – Cesare Maffioletti, trombe; Andrea Testa – Giovanni Capelli, tromboni

16 June, Monate di Travedona, A journey through traditional American music with Doug Rorrer,,en,BlueDust Band,,en,he grew up in Eden,,it,in North Carolina,,it,listening to his,,it,great uncles Charlie Poole and Posey Rorer on his father's old vinyl records,,it,He formed his own backing tracks on Poole's music,,it,His,,it,heroes,,it,guitarists were Roy Harvey from the Poole band,,it,Riley Puckett of Skillet Lickers and a local guitarist,,it,Gene Meade,,en,who played in Puckett style,,it,Doug mentions Doc Watson as one of his current inspirations,,it,During the years,,it,Doug was lucky enough to study with Norman Woodlieff,,it,Lonnie Austin,,en,Buck e Alice Easley,,en,Austin and Woodlieff played violin and guitar with Poole's North Carolina Ramblers respectively,,it,Doug has taught in many guitar workshops and performed at the Augusta Heritage Festival in Elkins,,it & BlueDust Band

30 June, Laveno Mombello, Inverna : Cristina Meschia, voce; Giampaolo Casati, tromba; Julio Fortunato, fisarmonica e contrabbasso

6 July, Taino, Rhapsodija Trio : Maurizio Dehò, violino; Nadio Marenco, fisarmonica; Luigi Maione, chitarra

10 July, Ranco, I fall down and am Happy,,it,TnB Swing Band,,en : di e con Daniele Ronco; regia Marco Cavicchioli

13 July, Monate di Travedona, TnB Swing Band :Marina Marinaro, voce; Luca Monti, tromba; Franz e Luis, sax; Paolo Colombo, clarinet;Roberto Clerici, trombone; Fabio Selvini, chitarra; Jonni Lazzarin, contrabbasso; Davide Rancati, batteria

24 July, Ranco, Bevano East,,fr,Mc Deal Sextuor,,en,Maestrale,,en: Stefano Delvecchio, fisarmonica Davide Castiglia, violino Giampiero Cignani, clarinet

27 July, Cerro Laveno, Mc Deal Sextuor: Elena Bacchiarello, clarinet; Luca Barchi, bassoon;

Davide Citera, cuckold; Antonio Palumbo, oboe;Marco Rainelli, flauto; Clara Schembari, pianoforte

2 August, Angera, Maestrale: Filippo Gambetta, organetto diatonico; Carmelo Russo, chitarra; Sergio Caputo, violino

10 August, Ranco, Inis Fail

24 August, Santa Caterina del Sasso, Silvia Chiesa,it – violoncello

30 August, Casa Museo Pogliaghi, Willi Burger – armonica cromatica; Clara Schembari – pianoforte

6 September, Ranco, Roberto Zanisi – percussioni

7 September, Cerro Laveno, Filarmonica Giuseppe Verdi

8 September, Angera; Coro 7 Laghi di Varese; Gruppo Corale ANA Arnica di Laveno Mombello; I Cantori di Calastoria di Robecchetto

14 September, Laveno Mombello; Coro Val Grande di Cambiasca; Coro La Rocca di Arona; Coro Fiocco di Neve di Ispra

Edizione 2018

2 June, Laveno Mombello: Gruppo Corale ANA Arnica di Laveno Mombello; Coro Alpino Sestese di Sesto Calende.

17 June, Angera: Coro La Rocca di Arona; Coro Fiocco di Neve di Ispra

23 June, Monate di Travedona Clan Zingaro: Daniele Gregolin, chitarra manouche, Nadio Marenco, fisarmonica, Michele Gattoni, chitarra ritmica, Cesare Pizzetti, contrabbasso

30 June, Angera Quintetto di percussioni Laròs

4 July, Ranco Gente Fuori Posto: Daniela Tusa.

5 July, Monate di Travedona Dirty Dixie Jazz Band: Lorenzo Poletti Trombone e voce; Matteo Erigoni Percussioni; Max Montagna Tuba ; Daniele Radaelli Banjo; Giancarlo Ellena Sax soprano e clarinetto; Mauro Guenza Tromba e cornetta

20 July, Santa Caterina del Sasso Arioso Ensemble: Adalberto Ferrari; Andrea Ferrari; Rocco Carbonara clarinetto e corno di bassetto

26 July, Ranco La Musette du Pavè: Fabio Rossato, accordèon; Silvia De Boni accordèon e chanteuse

28 July, Laveno M. HOT CLUB di Bologna: Mariangela Cofone, voce; Giacomo Desideri, sax; Simone Mercuri, chitarra; Gabriele Naldoni, bass; Daniele Ligorio, batteria

9 August, Ispra Tradition in Music,,it,born in Novara in,,it,begins the concert activity at the age of,,it,He has participated in hundreds of concerts in Italy and abroad along with numerous bands of Celtic and folk music,,it,including "Cantlos",,it,"Mamacè clan",,fr,“Silly farm”,,en,"Farfadet",,ha,“Whisper piano”,,en,"Folkamiseria",,fi,“Kitchen Implosion”,,en,"ZeroPi",,eu,"People Heads",,sv,"La Bandela del Ghezz",,es,the duo "Sarah Leo - Massimo Testa" etc.,,it,With the various groups he has worked on the production of over a dozen CDs / DVDs of original and traditional songs,,it,During his career he has collaborated with some of the show's personalities such as "Lindsey Stirling",,it: Sarah Leo, violino; Massimo Testa, organetto diatonico

10 August, Ranco Del Barrio X 4: Hilario Baggini; voce, quena, quenacho, erke, moxenio, tarka, sikus, flauto, charango, ronroco, maulincho, bichito cordobés, chitarra, cajon Andres Langer, pianoforte, voce Marco Zanotti, bombo leguero, cajon, rullante, calebasse, pandeiro, campane, campanelli, piatti e piattini Cecilia Biondini, violoncello

31 August, Cerro Laveno La Bandela del Ghezz

1 September, Cerro Laveno Filarmonica G. Verdi di Laveno M

8 September, Ispra Coro Goccia di Voce, Director: M° Oskar Boldre

15 September, Cerro di laveno Giulio Tampalini, chitarra

21 September, Monvalle PizzicanDuo: Paola Esposito, mandolino; Marco Pizzorno, chitarra

22 September, Taino Um Mitternacht: Sonja Volten, soprano; Eke Simons, pianoforte

23 September, Travedona di Monate Orchestra “I. Pizzetti”, Carlotta Colombo, soprano; Enrico Pagano, direttore

29 September, Taino Coro Calicantus, Mario Fontana, Direttore

Edizione 2017

2 June 2017 – Laveno Mombello

Academy Quartet: Nadia Magnoni , clarinetto Anna Scarbossa, clarinetto Renzo Ferrari, clarinetto Giancarlo Ellena, clarinetto basso

16 June 2017 – Barza – Ispra

Coro Femminile Sophia, Director: Stefano Torresan

5 July 2017 – Ranco

Betty Colombo e Adalberto Ferrari

8 July 2017 – Leggiuno

Dirty Dixie Jazz Band: Lorenzo Poletti, trombone, voce Matteo Erigoni, percussioni Max Montagna, tuba, sousaphone Daniele Radaelli, banjo Giancarlo Ellena, sax soprano, clarinetto Mauro Guenza, tromba, cornetta

15 July 2017 – Angera

Eyal Lerner, flauto; Nadio Marenco, fisarmonica

19 July 2017 – Ranco

The Cocoon : Galliani, contralto Marcello Colò, batteria Fabio Mazzola, contrabbasso Michael Alberga, chitarra

27 July 2017 – Monvalle

Brass Volè: Mariano Cirigliano, clarinetto Sebastiano Giordano, tromba; Federico Salemi, sax contralto Andrea Scavini, trombone Jimmy Cetrulo, percussioni Giada Bianchi, sax baritono

2 August 2017 – Eremo di Santa Caterina_Leggiuno

Stefan Milenkovich, violino

5 August 2017 – Ispra

Quartet Auris & Daniele Del Bandecca

10 August 2017, Ranco

Chicago Stompers

11 August 2017 – Lake Maggiore cableway; Laveno M.

Marco Rainelli, flauto; Marco Brusa, chitarra

27 August 2017 – Monate di Travedona

Duke Ellington My Love: Riccardo Zegna, pianoforte; Giampaolo Casati, tromba; Davide Garola, trombone; Claudio Chiara, sax alto; Pietro Tonolo, sax soprano-tenore; Marco Moro, flauto e sax tenore; Davide Nari, sax baritono; Elena Bacchiarello, clarinet; Simone Monnanni, contrabbasso; Roberto Paglieri, batteria
Vocalist:Chantal Saroldi; Maria Grazia Scarzella; Cristina Meschia

Filarmonica “G. Verdi” di Laveno M. – 9 September 2017 – Cerro Laveno

Mangia, Bevi, Bici …in Musica – 10 September 2017 – Ispra

Gruppo Ticinese Corno delle Alpi

La Bandela del Ghezz: Emiliano Romano,sax soprano, voce; Max Testa,organetto diatonico,voce, percussioni

Cristina Meschia

17 September 2017 – Angera

Comaci Boschi, flauto; Alessandra Ziveri, arpa

Chiesa di S. Stefano, 23 September 2017 – Taino

Sonja Volten, soprano; Alexander Zyumbrovskiy, violoncello; Youth Orchestra “I. Pizzetti” – Director: Enrico Pagano

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Edizione 2016

Duo SuonoVivo5 June 2016 – Laveno Mombello

LORIS STEFANUTO, percussioni; MASSIMILIANO Alloisio, chitarra

Quartetto di Fiati d’O.C. – 18 June 2016 – Vigneti Cascina Piano

MARCO RAINELLI , flauto traverso; SIMONE MARGAROLI, clarinetto; ELISA GIOVANGRANDI,corno; LUCA BARCHI, fagotto

Quartetto di Saxofoni Auris – 25 June 2016 – Laveno Mombello

MARTINA DAGGER, Saxofono Soprano; ORLANDO CIALLI, Saxofono Contralto; JADE MORETTI, Saxofono Tenore; GIULIA confident, Saxofono Baritono

Opera Guitta 7 July 2016 – Ranco

written and directed by Antonio Vergamini with Nicanor Chancellors, Silvia Laniado, Franca Pampaloni

prodotto da Associazione Longuel, Trio Trioche

in coproduzione con Mirabilia Festival, Spazio Circo Bergamo, in collaborazione con Théâtre de Colombier (Switzerland)

Dirty Dixie Jazz Band 7 July 2016 – Ranco

Lorenzo Poletti Trombone e voce; Matteo Erigoni Percussioni; Max Montagna Tuba ; Daniele Radaelli Banjo; Giancarlo Ellena Sax soprano e clarinetto; Mauro Guenza Tromba e cornetta

Manomanouche Quartet 16 July 2016 – Angera

Nunzio Barbieri and Luca Enipeo, chitarra; Steeve Pierre Jino Touche, contrabbasso; maximum Pitzianti, accordion and bandoneon

Ensemble de Saxophones di Varese 21 July 2016 – Ranco

A Kind of Miles 27 July 2016 – Monvalle

Alberto Mandarins, tromba, flicorno; Enrico Merlin, chitarra; Dino Cerruti, contrabbasso; Rodolfo Cerbetto, batteria, percussioni

Sergio Scappini 3 August 2016 – Ispra

Horus Percussion Ensemble 6 August 2016 – Ranco

Giulio Tampalini 1 September 2016 – Brebbia

Babbutzi Orkestar 3 September 2016 – Brebbia

Duo d’Arpe Alchimia 9 September 2016 – Eremo di S. Caterina

Alessandra Alice Caradente ZIVERI

To all Mozart! 16 September 2016 – Barza (Ispra)

Monica Elias, soprano; Matteo Ferrario, violino; Clara Schembari, pianoforte; Coro della Scuola per Adulti del Conservatorio “A.Vivaldi”; Children's Choir “Colorful strings”

Orchestra a Plettro Città di Milano with the participation of Willi Burger- 23 September 2016 – Taino

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Edizione 2015

Trio Around Music13 June 2015

LUCIA MAGOLATI, flauto; FABIO TRIMARCO, tromba; FEDERICO DE LAURO, organo

Silvio Zalambani Amerindian Ensemble – 30 June 2015
SILVIO ZALAMBANI sax soprano solista e arrangiatore; CHIARA LUCCHINI sax contralto;ISABELLA FABBRI sax contralto; ANNA PAOLA DE BIASE sax tenore; ALESSIA BERRA sax baritono

The Lyric for 4 Jazzmen 8 July 2015

RICCARDO ZEGNA, pianoforte; GIAMPAOLO CASATI, tromba; DINO CERRUTI, contrabbasso, RODOLFO CERVETTO, batteria

Quintetto d’ottoni Toscanini 12 July 2015

MATTEO BESCHI, MARCO CATELLI, trombe; ANTONIO MARTELLI, trombone; GIANNI GATTI, tuba;VALENTINO SPAGGIARI, euphonium e arrangiamenti.

Ne’ Lieti Calici , Degustazioni eno-musicali tra salotto e teatro 15 July 2015

ANNA CHIERICHETTI – soprano; RICCARDO BOTTA – tenore; NICOLA CERIANI – baritono

Punto Flamenco Ensemble – 24 July 2015

MariaRosaria Mottola – bailaora, coreografa, insegnante, organizzazione e direzione artistica Milano Flamenco Festival.

The Violins of Santa Vittoria – 1 August 2015

DAVIDE BIZZARRI; ORFEO BOSSINI; ROBERTO MATTIOLI; CIRO CHIAPPONI; FABIO ULIANO GRASSELLI, contrabbasso.

Rhapsodjia Trio – 6 August 2015

MAURIZIO DEHO’, violino; NADIO MARENCO, fisarmonica; LUIGI MAIONE, chitarra

Filarmonica Giuseppe Verdi – 5 September 2015

Sergio Scappini, fisarmonica – 7 September 2015

Willi Burger, armonica cromatica; Clara Schembari, pianoforte – 11 September 2015