Theater - Event posted by elena
Address: Teatro Cantiere Florida Via Pisana angolo Via di SoffianoDate: Tuesday 14 February 21:00 - Saturday 18 February 23:30
Gennaro Cannavacciuolo is the protagonist of a scene monograph devoted to the theater and song. In "Flying. Concert Domenico Modugno" and "Yves Montand. An Italian in Paris" Cannavacciuolo plays, accompanied by live musicians, the great successes of two undisputed masters of song.
Tuesday 14 and Wednesday, February 15, at 21
FLY. Concert to Domenico Modugno
directed by Marco Destinations
music performed live by
Marco Bucci - piano
Francis Marquez - Cello
Andrea Tardioli - clarinet and alto saxophone
Described by critics as "a jewel", the show titled "Flying" is entirely dedicated to Domenico Modugno: an exciting dive into the history of the great Italian song.
The Gennaro Cannavacciuolo recitals proposed in a personal reinterpretation of the different musical roads used by Modugno. An addictive and interactive show, applauded by the most demanding critics, who proposes a subtle alternation of comic moments and some more melancholic, joyful aspects and suggestive poetic evocations; a show where Gennaro Cannavacciuolo mix pathos of Di Giacomo to the sad-ironic realism of Eduardo, successfully landing a theatrical-musical comedy with a thousand faces.
Friday 17 and Saturday, February 18, at 21
show inserted in the offer PassTeatri Florence Of Theatres
Yves Montand. An Italian in Paris
by and with Gennaro Cannavacciuolo
choreographic movements Roberto Croce
music performed live by
Dario Pierini - piano
Andrea Tardioli - clarinet-sax
Flavia Ostuni - bass
Antonio Donatone - Battery
A real "documents recital" which starts by Tuscan dawn of Yves Montand, arrives to his Parisian sunset. The most significant artist's songs punctuate the important phases of his life and his career, punctuated by extraordinary successes and political commitments are not indifferent. Through music, Gennaro Cannavacciuolo traces the life out of the ordinary Montand, born Ivo Livi: the difficult beginnings as the son of poor immigrants forced to menial jobs, until the landing at the Olympia in Paris and later at the Metropolitan in New York.
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