Concert - Event posted by elena
Address: via de Neri 32 , FlorenceDate: Thursday 19 September 2019
At the cafeteria, restaurant and gin bar in via dello Sprone 3 / 5r (free admission)
1930s jazz atmospheres and Cuban music in Piazzetta dello Sprone
From Ditta Artigianale many appointments with live music from 19 to 26 September
The review is by the musician Giada Moretti
From the '30s jazz atmospheres to Cuban and Latin American music: live music will be the protagonist from September 19th to 26th by Ditta Artigianale , café and restaurant and gin bar in via dello Sprone 5r, with a series of concerts that will animate Piazzetta della Sprone from 19.30 to 21.30 . The artistic direction of the event is by the musician Giada Moretti.
The first scheduled appointment is that of September 19, with the Hammond Trio, composed by Manuel Concettini at the Trumpet, Manrico Seghi at the Hammond Organ and Vladimiro Carboni on drums. A concert that ranges from the jazz tradition of the '30s and' 40s to the more modern with songs influenced by gospel, funky and standards by jazz artists who made history.
Friday, September 20 will be the turn of the Duo Comancita with Antonio Saulo on the accordion and Giada Moretti on the saxophone: a musical journey through melodies and colors to break down every frontier, a recital of rhythm, tenderness and emotions that enchants and captivates through the sound of two instruments that move lightly in the air.
The concerts in Piazzetta dello Sprone continue Tuesday, September 24 with the Hot Jazz FM and their jazz of the origins, that of the Orleans Jew of the 1920s, with Jacopo Rugiadi on the clarinet, Valerio Mazzoni on the trumpet, Gabriele Stoppa at the benjo and Charleston and Giovanni Scalvini on double bass.
Thursday, September 25, space for Cuban and Latin American music from the Duo Biclave with voice and viola by Lida Rodriguez and piano and voice by Arachel Dolphie.
Friday, September 26 will be the turn of Manuel Concettini 4et with Manuel Concettini on trumpet, Alessio Falcone on piano, Ferdinando Romano on double bass and Giovanni Paolo Liguori on drums.
Ditta Artigianale is the first line of specialty Italian coffee shops (dedicated to coffee of particular gustatory value), directed by the award-winning baristas champion Francesco Sanapo, who chooses the best blends and single origin in the countries of production, directly from the farm. It is also micro-fermentation, and the roasted and served fresh coffees are also available for purchase on www.dittaartigianale.it .
Ditta Artigianale is open every day from Monday to Sunday, from 8 to 24. For information and reservations: 055 045 7163 .
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