URBAN CULTURAL CIRCLE
Saturday 6 January 2018 22:30
Smooth dance at BUH
Orchestra Show From the Second Gospel
Homage to the music of Secondo Casadei
At 22:00 Polka Open Class with music performed live
The monthly appointment dedicated to the rediscovery of the Liscio dance is back at the BUH. A moment of intergenerational confrontation, between tradition and innovation, which will host the Orchestra Spettacolo Dal Vangelo Secondo, Saturday 6 January on the stage of the BUH with a tribute to the music of Secondo Casadei .
Aurelio Casadei (1924-1971) called Secondo was an Italian musician; violinist, composer, arranger and orchestra leader, he was the author of the famous "Romagna mia" and is considered the most important exponent of the smooth Romagna. Following the publication of the song in 1954 for the label La Voce del Padrone began for Secondo Casadei and for the smooth Romagna a bright season and a great rise. In the 1950s, according to Casadei, he recorded about 600 tracks and introduced the Liscio to the whole of Italy with more than 365 days a year.
The event, realized in collaboration with Tuballoswing and TreTTempi Folk , will see on stage the Orchestra Spettacolo Dal Vangelo Secondo with a concert to rediscover the songs by Secondo Casadei and other composers of the time, reproposed exclusively with acoustic instruments enlivened by enthusiasm of six Romagnoli musicians with a heart beating in 3/4 and with the intent of making the Romagna music re-evaluate to everyone, especially to the new generations. At the opening, at 22, an Open Class during which you can learn to dance Polka accompanied by live music of the Orchestra from the Second Gospel composed by Vanni Crociani (accordion), Michele Barbagli (guitar), Daniele Greggi (clarinet) Giacomo Toschi (sax), Daniele Tizzano (drums) and Alessandro Padovani (double bass).
Concert start at 22:30 ENTRANCE € 5 with Arci card
First entry included in the cost of the card
Pre-accession on the website https://portale.arci.it/preadesione/lascenamuta/
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