Concert - Event posted by elena
Address: Estate Fiesolana Teatro Romano di Fiesole, Via Portigiani 1Date: Tuesday 10 July 21:15 - 23:59
Stefano Bollani: piano
Jorge Helder Rodrigues: double bass
Jurim Moreira: battery
Armando Marçal: percussion
Thiago da Serrinha: percussion
Tuesday 10 July 2018 Start time 9:15 pm
Roman Theater Fiesole
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1st sector € 35 + dp
2nd sector € 25 + dp
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Stefano Bollani, after the great success of #Carioca 2007, returns to his great love for the Brazilian sounds with QUE BOM, disco and tour since summer 2018.
But if Carioca re-read big Brazilian themes, QUE BOM, made entirely in the heart of Rio, is composed almost entirely of original and original pieces of Bollani, which tells the genesis of this new, awaited project: "I wanted to be surrounded by percussion because the piano is part of their own tribe. I have always been in love with the #brasiliana music, which uses the harmony of the #jazz, marrying it with rhythms of origin #africana. Those of Que Bom are songs that I wrote a little 'everywhere in the world, but that look at that syncretism, the enveloping sound of the #percussions Brazilian, to that vitality and unique energy ".
Beside him on tour great representatives of Brazilian music such as Jorge Helder on double bass, Jurim Moreira on drums and Armando Marçal on percussion. Artists much loved by Bollani, who had already taken part in the project of Carioca and that here are in the company of another percussionist, the young and talented Thiago da Serrinha.
The QUE BOM disc also makes use of the collaboration of prestigious guests who have signed some songs. First of all Caetano Veloso - "the most extraordinary and exciting voice there is" according to Bollani - who interprets in Italian two tracks, one of his entitled "Michelangelo Antonioni" and an unpublished one by Bollani "La nebbia a Napoli".
Another great guest, João Bosco - "pure energy that fascinates me since I was a kid", declares Bollani - sings his "Nação" and enriches the sounds of QUE BOM two other wonderful Brazilian artists who wanted to participate in the project: Hamilton de Holanda at the mandolin, old acquaintance of Bollani with whom he has recorded more than one project and a new important friend who instead plays with Stefano for the first time: Jaques Morelenbaum on cello.
The link between Stefano Bollani and Brazil is profound and precious. 2007 is the great success of the album and tour Carioca - which sold more than 70,000 copies. Also in 2007 the Bollani grand piano played in the middle of the favela of Pereira de Silva for a concert event of worldwide resonance. Before him, Antonio Carlos Jobim entered the piano in a favela.
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