Concert - Event posted by elena
Live concerts from Music Pool and Musicus Concentus are back. To inaugurate the resumption, scheduled for Saturday 29 May, Francesco Zampini Quintet with his new album "Unknown Path". Friday 4th June Heith, artist who investigates the multiple possibilities of sound, with an exclusive preview for Disconnect. Thursday 10 June Redi Hasa, cellist of Ludovico Einaudi's project Seven Days Walking, soundtrack of the Oscar Awards “Nomadland” and “The Father”.
After the great success of online concerts with the Jazz4Spring project, Network Sonoro - the most important Tuscan network dedicated to new music - returns to propose musical events in presence. Founded in 2005 and curated by Music Pool and Musicus Concentus, it enjoys the contribution of: the Ministry of Culture, the Tuscany Region, the Municipality of Florence, the Metropolitan City of Florence and is supported by the CR Firenze Foundation with the contribution of Intesa Sanpaolo.
And it is precisely in the Florentine capital, and specifically from the Sala Vanni, that Network Sonoro returns to welcome its public, in safety and in full compliance with anti-covid regulations.
To inaugurate the reopening, Saturday 29 May , a high-level quintet led by the young guitarist Francesco Zampini, one of the most shining talents of the new generation of Italian jazz players. Winner of numerous national awards, after completing his studies at the Conservatory he began his concert and recording career performing in the USA, Europe and Russia, collaborating with artists of international caliber such as Alex Sipiagin, Fabrizio Bosso, Scott Hamilton. With this concert he will present his new record, “Unknown Path”. At his side, four of the most interesting talents of the new Italian and international jazz: the trumpeter Cosimo Boni, the pianist Xavi Torres, the double bass player Michelangelo Scandroglio and the drummer Andrea Beninati.
In the second appointment, scheduled for Friday 4 June - space in Heith: artist and musician who during the last decade has investigated the multiple possibilities of sound in different directions, from electroacoustic music to rave. Along with various musical publications, his work has been shown in soundtracks, art galleries and live performances. Heith is an output of explorations of the structural qualities of sound, which gives compositional form to harmonies by invoking psychic impulses and ancestral visions. His disorienting use of rhythms and sound design is largely aimed at re-emerging the memory of thoughts, dreams and psychedelic amnesia.
The live that Heith will preview for Disconnect is an excerpt from his next album due out in September, and born from the collaboration with Leonardo Rubboli with him on stage: an electroacoustic production of experimental music with folk roots that investigates the language capable of creating reality others.
Waiting for new updates, the calendar closes on Thursday 10 June with the concert by Redi Hasa, in collaboration with Ponderosa.
The youngest son of a cello teacher and a choreographer from the Tirana Opera House, at the age of 20 he escaped the growing wave of violence that was sweeping his country in the company of a stolen cello. Arriving at the port of Bari Hasa begins the second act of his life and releases his first solo album "The Stolen Cello", after having worked for many years as part of Ludovico Einaudi's group ensemble, and performing in the ambitious Seven project Days Walking, which was chosen for the soundtracks of the new Oscar winners “Nomadland” (best film, best actress, best director) and “The Father” (best actor and best non-original screenplay). In his album - and in the new songs in the deluxe version that will be released on June 11 - Redi Hasa highlights the "vocal" nature of the cello, an instrument that perhaps comes closest to that of the human voice, with a story deeply personal of hope and survival.
To guarantee the distance and arrange the organization of the sessions, it is strongly recommended that the presale is available in the Boxoffice and Ticketone circuits (concerts start at 9 pm - admission € 13 + dp).
Network Sonoro is the most important Tuscan network dedicated to new music, which it spreads throughout the region, in large cities as well as in small towns. Founded in 2005 and curated by Music Pool and Musicus Concentus, it benefits from the contribution of: Ministry of Culture, Tuscany Region, Municipality of Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence and is supported by the CR Firenze Foundation with the contribution of Intesa Sanpaolo
Piazza del Carmine 14, Florence
Concerts start at 9pm
Reduced numbered single seat in advance: € 13 + dp
Presale Boxoffice Toscana and TicketOne
To ensure the distance and arrange the organization of the sessions, pre-sale is strongly recommended.
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