Concert - Event posted by elena
Jazz & mixology: the Chianti Music Festival kicks off on Friday 4 June
Special guest the all Tuscan gin Peter in Florence
Appointment at Podere Castellare, on the hills of Pelago half an hour from Florence
Every week a live performance, to be enjoyed by the pool overlooking the sunset over the vineyards
along with special cocktails and gourmet tastings from the kitchen
On the bill: Ada Flocco Quartet, Strettino Jazz Band, Florence Lilium Duo, Sinedades
Live music and mixology surrounded by greenery: the Podere Castellare Music Festival kicks off on Friday 4 June , on the panoramic terrace of the homonymous resort resting on the hills of Pelago, half an hour from Florence, where the Peter in Florence microdistillery is also located , the all-Tuscan gin that smells of Iris. Every Friday until June 25, the live performances of four jazz bands are on the bill, to be enjoyed by the pool while enjoying the last rays of sun on the vineyards where Chianti Rufina is born (terrace opening at 7 pm, live music from 8 pm). Reservations recommended by phone at 0558326082 or by email by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The music festival is curated by Nicola Graziani , born in 1992, familiar with the electric bass since adolescence and then graduated from the Lizard Music Academy in Fiesole and began a specialization course at Siena Jazz University. Graduated from the GB Martini Conservatory of Bologna, as a jazz enthusiast, Graziani has selected some of the most promising young musicians for the Podere Castellare Music Festival. To take care of the accompaniment in terms of food & beverage instead it will be the Podere Castellare team: every evening from the aperitif time to the after dinner will be offered a short list of signature cocktails based on the house gin, Peter in Florence, in addition to the great classics of mixology. It will also be possible to book dinner with the dinner roulette formula: a series of gourmet tastings served at the table, from the resort's kitchen.
It starts on Friday 4 June at 8 pm with Ada Flocco Quartet . Born in Atessa in 1996, at the age of 13 she enrolled at the Pescara Academy where she began to study opera singing, and then moved on to jazz. He studied at the Luisa D'Annunzio Conservatory in Pescara, and then moved to the Royal in Brussels, where he studied and perfected jazz technique and vocal interpretation with Pete Churchill and Fabrice Allemann. He participates in numerous masterclasses and workshops with the greatest jazzmen of the world scene, takes part in numerous concerts of the Jazz Brussel Choir as a soloist. In February 2020 she won the Chicco Bettinardi national competition, in the singers category, while in August she won the Forum Live Jazz competition with the Duo Adagio Project. Accompanied by Giovanni Ghizzani on pinao, Nicola Graziani on bass and Luca Di Dio on drums, she will propose a repertoire of jazz classics, mixing contemporary sounds with tradition.
Friday 11 June on the stage of Podere Castellare the Strettino Jazz Band , born in 2016 from the meeting of young professional musicians united by the passion to spread a music of great versatility: Manuel Concettini on trumpet, Federico Gaspari on guitar, Luca Giachi on bass, Michele Andriola on drums. The repertoire sweeps smoothly across a vast range of currents
music including 1930s Swing, Funk, Blues, Pop, Bossa-nova, Caribbean rhythm coloring and Reggae.
Friday 18 June , again from 8 pm it will be the turn of the Florence Lilium Duo , active since 2018 and composed of Feyza Nur Sagliksever (flute) and Tommaso Tarsi (guitar). The duo is formed at the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in the class of prof. Daniela De Santis, actively participates in the masterclasses of Christophe Giovaninetti, violinist and teacher of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris. Within a few years he has already won several prizes, such as the First Prize at the IV National Competition "Davide Lufrano Chaves" of the city of Prato in November 2018, the Second Prize at the Florence Guitar Festival in October 2019, the Second Prize at the 25th “Giulio Rospigliosi” International Chamber Music Competition in April 2019, as well as having performed on prestigious occasions such as the Strings City festival in Florence and Concerts in the Museums, in collaboration with the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.
The festival is closed on Friday 25 June by the Sinedades, a group founded by Erika Boschi (vocals) and Agustin Cornejo (guitar) in 2016 following the classification in first place in the Toscana 100 Band competition. Sinedades is a microclimate of music and images in which to relax, recharge, get excited, suspended between World Music and MPB (Brazilian Popular Music), Europe and South America, pop and tradition and a jazz of the soul that puts technique at the service of the spirit. After more than 300 concerts throughout Italy, the first album sees the light in 2019 in collaboration with the Florentine label Black Candy. Ten pieces of his own composition, arranged with a large ensemble (strings, harp, winds, piano, percussion), sung in Spanish and united by recurring themes such as travel, time, imagination and self-discovery. Accompanying Erika Boschi and Agustin Cornejo will be Gianni Apicella (drums) and Matteo Scarpettini (percussion).
Via Case Sparse, 12
50060 Diacceto - Pelago (FI)
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