Jazz Visions

Concert | Festival - Event posted by elena

Address: Piazzale Michelangelo, Florence

Date: Monday 5 August 19:30 - Saturday 31 August 22:30

Description

In the month of August, the Visions in Jazz exhibition organized by the Collective for the Art of Sound in collaboration with the Cambiamusica Firenze association gets to the heart of the programming by offering #musica every evening for those who have remained in the city in the cool of the Piazzale Michelangelo hill starting from the unmissable sunset to continue in the second set until after dinner.

1 AUGUST

The Extracomunitarius
Balkan traction and gypsy jazz music sextet
They present unreleased tracks from their upcoming CD.

AUGUST 2

The Maestro Massimiliano Calderai returns in August to perform at the Piazzale Michelangelo exclusively for the Flower with the classical formation of the jazz piano trio.
Accompanying him will be a well-rounded rhythmic with which he will present the unreleased tracks of his last two record works.

3 AUGUST

Esher quintet: is the name that represents this avant-garde jazz quintet that plays unpublished original jazz music pieces written specifically for this ensemble by some important names in the Florentine jazz area and not only among the others Franco Baggiani on trumpet Gianni Zei at guitar and Stefano Negri on sax.

First outing debut presentation quintet exclusively for Flower.

AUGUST 4

Sunflower: propose a repertoire studied to satisfy everyone, from the classic international funk to the pearls of Italian music revisited in a jazz key.

Bianca de Astis, a singer-songwriter who boasts sugar collaborations with Irene Grandi passing through Roy Paci, stands out.

5 AUGUST

Luciana Capasso jazz trio: she has been singing since she understood that the voice is a fundamental part of her body and her soul. He began studying vocal technique in 1998 with Stefania Scarinzi and later continued his musical training with the guide of

Cristina Rizzo and with Cinzia Spata. During his experience he has touched the most varied genres, from bossanova to funky, from pop to jazz.


6 AUGUST

Claudia Valastro Giovanni Cifariello: a duo of Latin music professionals, Brazilian popular music but not only brings to this new meeting two musicians with consolidated experience where the inclinations show themselves without style concerns, leaving the task of delineating the roles of accompanist and soloist for an evening of Latin copyright music.


7 AUGUST

Allamico Bonamico Barsanti TRIO

The trio It offers original compositions, written and arranged in six hands, characterized by a modern and wide sound, as well as revisitations of jazz standards. The experiments and the expressive research of this formation come from the experiences in different musical fields of the single components.

8 AUGUST

Tarabaralla: Review of Stornelli Fiorentini with surprise guests. From 19.30 ... ..

A show that traces the history of the folk songs of the Tuscan tradition from the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance, to the work songs of the late nineteenth century, up to the songwriting by Odoardo Spadaro.


9 AUGUST

Francesco Gabrielli Quartet.

Francesco Gabrielli proposes compositions that represent real reflections on the world that surrounds him translated into music: the pieces he composed tell lived stories, facts or people who have captured his attention, urging him to want to convey the essence.


10 AUGUST

Neuma trio: the group is born from a deep bond of friendship between the three musicians who are confronted through the particular but effective formation of the trio with keyboards, drums and saxophone, discovering the infinite tonal possibilities of the three instruments in a performance full of rhythm, harmony and improvisation. Thanks to the versatility of the three components, the repertoire will range from the sounds of jazz to those of the funky, creating a show full of twists with sudden changes of character, genre and form.


11 AUGUST

Variations trio: the project was born with the idea of renewing the great classics of jazz and beyond.

Thanks to the orchestration of the maestro Ian Da Preda (at the xylosynth), more classic sounds meet with the modernity of electronic instruments, creating a particular and innovative sound. Matteo Zecchi on saxophone and Francesco Lazzeri on drums complete a trio whose repertoire varies from the most classic jazz standards, to blues and funky.


12 AUGUST

The Roost
The Roost Trio was born in May 2019 in Florence and saw the formation of Bernardo Sacconi (electric bass), Francesco Lazzeri (drums) and Carlo Piparo (guitar and vocals). The formation that the trio proposes is of the most classic, drawing inspiration from the great musical experiences of Jimi Hendrix Experience, SRV and the Double Trouble and from the very recent John Mayer Trio.

All revisited in an unplugged key specifically for Flower.


13 AUGUST

Buena vista social club those who have seen the film will surely remember the musical atmosphere of those moments, the same as the famous retired musician doctor who can now finally dedicate himself to his true passion in a total way: music. Francesco Birardi many will remember him for his perfidious trio that has depopulated in half-Tuscan clubs and pubs.

Today this renewed artist presents himself as a trio with the same verve and the same solarity that has always distinguished him


14 AUGUST

Leo Boni.
From Louis Armstrong to Ray Charles with original Tuscanism the show is always fun, danceable and of high quality. Whether only with the mix of: Swing, Blues, Rock & Roll, Funk & Soul is appreciated by a wide variety of audiences and lends itself well both in the intimate of a living room and on engaging world stages.


AUGUST 15

Tarabaralla

Review of Stornelli Fiorentini with surprise guests. From 19.30. A show that traces the history of the folk songs of the Tuscan tradition from the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance, to the work songs of the late nineteenth century, up to the songwriting by Odoardo Spadaro. Alessandro Giobby and friends.



AUGUST 16

Minstrel Beltrando Mugnai (old bridge award)

Review of Stornelli Fiorentini

show that traces the history of the folk songs of the Tuscan tradition from the Middle Ages, to the Renaissance, to the work songs of the late nineteenth century, up to the song writing by Odoardo Spadaro.

Beltrando Mugnai the most popular minstrel of Florence "ponte vecchio award" Florence.


17 AUGUST

Bernardo Sacconi trio: bands with funky and fusion sounds through a combination of electric sounds and modern timbres exploiting the versatility of the components, the repertoire ranges from original songs to experimental avant-garde soundscapes without forgetting tradition.



18 AUGUST

Claudia Valastro Giovanni Cifariello: duo of Latin music professionals, Brazilian popular music but not only brings to this new meeting two musicians with consolidated experience where inclinations show themselves without style concerns

leaving to the musical sensibility the task of delineating the roles of accompanist and soloist for an evening of Latin author music.


19 AUGUST

Sunflower: propose a repertoire studied to satisfy everyone, from the classic international funk to the pearls of Italian music revisited in a jazz key.

Bianca de Astis, a singer-songwriter who boasts sugar collaborations with Irene Grandi passing through Roy Paci, stands out.


20 AUGUST

Sexy songs for a better world. For the reactivation of your Brazilian hemisphere.
Tribute to Brazil, to its multiplicity, to its intensity, to its poetry.
FORA DA ORDEM in Brazilian means "out of the canons".
Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Morais, Carlos Lyra, Caetano Veloso, Marcos Valle, Gilberto Gil, Chico Buarque de Hollanda, Jorge Ben Jor, Djavan, Tribalistas.


21 AUGUST

Florence Funky Federation,: project created by an idea by Freddie Villarosa Dj producer. Extemporaneous open music group. Trio composed with Tizy Fantappizy electric guitar and currently with Jacopo Perra keyboards. Tiziano Fantappiè, aka 'Tizy Fantappizy': composer, arranger, guitarist.


22 AUGUST

Talking Ties: the Talking Ties show is sparkling and fun, and aims to bring the general public closer to Swing music, through personal dynamism and a repertoire that includes subgenres of black music such as Ragtime, Gospel and Boogie Woogie. The repertoire includes compositions by great classics such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and American standards sung by Nat "King" Cole, Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong.



23 AUGUST

Stroboman Lorenzo Nardi- Romano Pratesi:

Electro-acoustic DJ Groove JazzSet: the Duo is born from a collaboration and an artistic "empathy" that has by now lived the two Italian artists for many years.

Numerous live experiences shared by Nardi and Pratesi, which in this latest and interesting project see the creation and implementation of a new and fresh electro-acoustic research project: Stroboman VS.sm uses the new sounds that only modern electronics can now to achieve. Pratesi instead builds a plot with his solo plots of his tenor sax and bass clarinet derived from jazz and beyond.

This electro-acoustic combination makes the project of a
unique in its kind. The repertoire is composed of original pieces by Stroboman arranged together with R. Pratesi.



AUGUST 24

Leo boni and Coguari by Cinta feat Cris Pacini

His BLACK GUITAR SOUL is rooted in the archaic Blues
by Blind Jefferson Lemmon, with clever reflections
prejazz wing Lonnie Johnson and colorful Swing inspired
by Django Reinhardt


25 AUGUST

Dr. Jobby and Emi Blues: sounds a little African, a little Latin and a little European give life to the "Mardi gras" the most "magical" day of the New Orleans carnival. In this very lively climate fits the repertoire of Dr. Jobby aka Alessandro Giobbi, who as a blues pianist has collaborated with various artists, including: James Thompson, Eric "Two scoops" Moore, Sax Gordon, Guitar Crasher, etc. .. To the piano and to the voice of Alessandro Giobbi there is a guitarist or percussionist, depending on the needs, to form the duo this and the time and Emi Blues guitarist from the Pistoia area who will be a guest for the occasion.


AUGUST 26

Jo Latin

Evening dedicated to the Latin rhythms and the bossa proposed by the close-knit duo formed by the Florentine guitarist Giovanni Cifariello and the double-bass player Filippo Pedol: ample space for improvisation and a sometimes almost tribal rhythm to evoke faraway places and feelings in space and time. The music of the duo becomes ironic, persuasive, very sad or joyful from time to time following the inspiration of the moment with cultured hints and popular movements, proposals and musical answers that enhancing the interplay between the two musicians give an original and sometimes unexpected character to the performance.



27 AUGUST

Luciana Capasso jazz trio: she has been singing since she understood that the voice is a fundamental part of her body and her soul. He began studying vocal technique in 1998 with Stefania Scarinzi and later continued his musical training with the guide of

Cristina Rizzo and with Cinzia Spata. During his experience he has touched the most varied genres, from bossanova to funky, from pop to jazz.


AUGUST 28th

NEGRI / CIFARIELLO

The close-knit Florentine duo offers an evening full of taste for beautiful sound, 'Jazzy' atmospheres and refined interplay that can be appreciated throughout the performance between melodic and rhythmic improvisations, provocations and responses to stimuli that from time to time time they are activated by the two multifaceted musicians.

AUGUST 29

Lucrezia Von Berger


The project stems from the relationship between voice and instrument and develops in a personal and original way, with milestones of pop and rock, passing through the territories of soul and jazz.

Ranging between seemingly distant authors like Police, Stevie Wonder, Beatles and Billie Holiday, the repertoire researches the most intimate and sophisticated nature of the song form.



AUGUST 30

Cosimo Marchese trio

Not only swing First releases of the new trio of drummer Cosimo Marchese offering a captivating swing, in line with a tradition of the six strings that sees its greatest epigone in the great Wes Montgomery. But the trio does not disdain, especially in the original pieces proposed, a wink to the new trends of modern jazz. Standards from the traditional repertoire and original pieces alternate in the performance that shows Monk, Duke Ellington and Coltrane as references not revealed but always present in the way of expressing the band's music


31 AUGUST

Amber island

Giuliano Franco Ochipinti (voice) takes you on a musical journey through different repertoire, sustained by Thomas Van Bogaert's guitar accompaniment. The duo brings on their uniquely lyric and subtile way of popular latin / jazz music. A collage of songs that have been a part of their explorations. Telling a story through different music styles in different languages, what the duo aims to give to their public. The intercultural aspect of the duo lays in their roots as Giuliano is from Paraguay and Thomas from Belgium, having met and worked together in Italy.



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