Address: via delle cascine, 41 , FlorenceDate: Friday 27 April 2018
"La Voce Serve. But it is from the heart that the song is unrolled ", is the title of the charity event scheduled for Friday, April 27 at 21 at the Teatro Puccini in Florence. How much the Lions Club Florence Michelangelo and the Lions Club Le Signe stage for the second consecutive year is much more than a show, just as it is more than the talent shows we are used to. As its creator Beppe Dati explains, author and composer of many Italian musical pieces, plurivittorious at the Sanremo Festival and several times winner of the Critics Award: "What will you see at Puccini is the culmination of a journey during which twelve students are led in a real search for vocal truth "The students are those that Beppe follows throughout the year, dedicating to each of them a lot of experience". During the journey I work a lot with these guys not so much and not only on the technique, but on their expressive skills _ continues Beppe _ As an actor must enter the part to prepare for the set, so who sings must have a strong expressive and interpretive ability. The voice speaks for us: the voice is the tone, the timbre, the light of the soul ... the voice serves to communicate all this ". Young talents will give their best in front of a high quality "jury" formed by the master Mario Lavezzi, and by the well-known performers of the Italian song Marco Masini and Lorenzo Baglioni. Introduces Francesca Romeo of RTV38. Guest will be a great promise, Lorenza Rocchiccioli, already winner of the first edition.
The added value of the solidarity event is the concrete support of two important projects: the first is the new hospital that the IRCCS Fondazione Stella Maris di Calambrone, an authoritative center of excellence for child neuropsychiatry, is going to carry out in the Cisanello area in Pisa for the diagnosis and treatment of children and teenagers with severe and rare brain disorders. The second is the implementation of the Poverty Fund established by the Florence Michelangelo Lions Club to guarantee the primary needs of families who have come to find themselves in a situation of serious economic and social hardship. The proceeds raised by the evening will go towards these objectives.
The item serves. The show comes from an idea of Beppe Dati. Author and composer who, we remember, wrote and composed many of the most famous songs brought to success by Laura Pausini, Marco Masini, Francesco Guccini, Mia Martini, Alessandro Canino, Raf, Paolo Vallesi and many great interpreters of the Italian song. Here is what Beppe Dati tells us about this innovative artistic project: "For the second year I did courses to teach singing to about twelve boys. The approach that I follow is not that of karaoke, with some technical suggestions, which seem to dominate the talent, as I would define the search for a personal vocal truth. So during the year, even by recording audio tracks on the computer, we focus on personal expressiveness, relying on the musical instinct that is different for everyone ". The effort, for everyone, is a lot but the result is exciting, for the depth to which these guys are able to get thanks to this real artisan laboratory of the voice. And the Puccini event? "When I proposed the idea and explained the meaning of the evening, of this second edition of the event organized by the Florence Club Lions Club and the Le Signe Lions Club, all my students joined spontaneously and enthusiastically - concludes Beppe - Although they will have to compete among themselves, they are aware that it is not for artistic vanity that they will go on stage at the Teatro Puccini in Florence, but to give a moment of joy to people less fortunate than them. Being a competition, a competition, you will obviously be a winner, but if the evening is successful, as we hope, we will all have won! "
Salimbeni Library - Via Matteo Palmieri 16r Florence
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Salimbeni Library - Via Matteo Palmieri 16r Florence cell. 333/1334366
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