Concert - Event posted by elena
FRIDAY JULY 5 2019
STEFANO CORSI & PAOLO LAMURAGLIA in concert
The Fiorino sull'Arno (Lungarno Pecori Giraldi - Florence, near the Ponte di San Niccolò; reservations 333 9222943), open-air restaurant offering seven days a week , is back throughout the summer until September, good music and quality entertainment, along with excellent pizzas and other culinary specialties, especially Mediterranean; after dinner you can have the comforts of a well-stocked bar. Not just night space: the bar is open from 9am to midnight ; from 7pm an aperitif will be set; from 20 you have dinner . All in a very pleasant space, in the midst of old trees that protect from the summer heat. The concerts start at 9.30pm and are always free .
On Friday 5th July at 9.30 pm the stage hosts an exceptional duo, the one formed by Stefano Corsi (Celtic harp) & Paolo Lamuraglia (electric guitar), "historical" exponents of the music of the last forty years.
Two unusual sounds compared: Celtic harp and electric guitar. An experiment full of unusual sounds, involving atmospheres. Stefano Corsi 's metal harp strings vibrate together with the bronze reeds of the harmonica with the long sounds and intense rhythms of Paolo Lamuraglia's guitar. Two worlds that meet on the terrain of Celtic music. A music full of suggestions that evoke a mythical past so close to contemporary sensibility. It is the re-emergence of images of nature, of strong feelings that ignite in the frenzy of dance rhythms. Stefano Corsi is one of the founding members of the historic Irish music group Whiskey Trail with which, in addition to recording 15 records, he has held hundreds of concerts in Italy and abroad, alternating the group's activity with the solo one (as such published three discs). Paolo Lamuraglia was one of the founding members of the progressive rock group Il Trono dei Ricordi with which, in addition to holding numerous live concerts, in 1994 he published the homonymous album in the USA. Thanks to an international distribution the disc is remembered as one of the best achievements of the symphonic rock of those years. Currently he continues to collaborate on various musical projects.
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