JAZZMI returns from 21 October to 31 October 2021 to tell the musical universe of jazz in all its forms: its history, its relevance, its future, the genres with which it dialogues and with which it contaminates.
Paolo Angeli — 22.22 Free Radiohead
Inventor of the so called Prepared Sardinian guitar, born from the encounter-clash between extra-cultured avant-garde and popular tradition: an 18-string orchestra instrument, an hybrid between baritone guitar, cello and drums, equipped with hammers, pedals, propellers with variable pitch.
Antonello Salis, Gavino Murgia, Paolo Angeli, Hamid Drake, “Giornale di Bordo”
Giornale di Bordo brings together four strong musical personalities far from any cliché: the Sardinian Antonello Salis at the piano and the accordion, Gavino Murgia on sax and Paolo Angeli with his guitar “prepared”, plus the African-American drummer Hamid Drake.
Roberto Fonseca Trio
Multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, performer, but above all, pianist of Latin jazz of the greatest importance of his generation, Roberto Fonseca has already released nine solo albums in which he tried to merge the genres, He was nominated for a Grammy Award and his numerous tours allowed him to travel the world several times.
Jonathan Coe & Artchipel Orchestra
An original project in which the music of Jonathan Coe, one of the most famous and appreciated contemporary English novelists, as well as musician and composer, will be performed by the one of the most popular jazz band in Italy: the Artchipel Orchestra, directed by Ferdinando Faraò.
Stefano Di Battista — Morricone Stories
The music of Morricone means exaltation of melodic tracks often strongly emotional, in a plot of intelligent harmonies, and that’s exactly what jazz does, and even more what a guy like Stefano Di Battista can do, who plays with the themes of the Master as if they were magic matter.