Location: Cortile del Centro d'IncontroAddress Piazza Dante 33 , Firenze
Date: Sunday 13 June 2021
Appointment dedicated to young people ... and beyond
Sunday 13 June 2021, at 18.30, in the Courtyard of the Meeting Center, in Piazza Dante 33 in Borgo SanLorenzo, the Camerata de 'Bardi Cultural Association, Borgo San Lorenzo Municipal School of Music, awaits you for the first event dedicated to young people and not only with the performance of the Bob Jay Trio. Roberto Uggiosi, vocals and guitar, Stefano Negri, sax and clarinet, and Stefano Rapicavoli, on drums, will lead us in the American tradition, from Broadway Jazz standards to the biting Blues, to Jazz & Blues fusion in Swing, with small forays into South American Bossa nova and Afro-Cuban Mambo Jazz of the 1950s.
It will open the Tenor madness lineup of the duo Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane, and then pass the baton to Fred Buscaglione and his mid-20th century pop with Carina and Buonasera Signorina. In the Swing Night, a jazz classic could not be missing: Stars fell on Alabama by Frank Parkins and Mitchell Parish, a poetic fall of meteorite fragments that took place in 1833 in Alabama.
From American to Italian jazz with crooner Nicola Arigliano and some of his most famous hits I singammore and Marilù, in which the memory returns to that fascinating voice with warm tones permeated with rhythm and passion. American Graffiti soundtrack from The War of the Roses, the Bob Jay Trio will perform Only you mindful of the first performance of The Platters. Pop doo-wop page, evolution of the Rythm'Blues genre, written by Buck Ram and Ande Rand in 1955.
From America to France with C'est ci bone, a jazz single with global success, signed by Henri Betti and AndréHornez in 1947. The two fathers of Jazz could not be missing: Duke Ellington with Caravan, with a Middle Eastern character with an exotic flavor, and Louis Amstrong with On the Sunny side of the street, an invitation to forget the sadness and ugliness of life looking for happiness in that part of the street illuminated by the sun. With the Afro-Cuban Mambo Jazz by Pablo Bertràn Ruiz, Sway, also the soundtrack of the cinematographic creation Shall we dance? with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon, we will arrive at the end of the evening, entrusted to an Italian global success by Fred Bongusto in 1947, Spaghetti in Detroit, swing song also advertising jingle of Digestivo Antonetto in the interpretation of the other great jazz singer of our peninsula, Nicola Arigliano.
Free and free admission subject to availability.
The public is reminded that reservations are not required, that the rules in force for social distancing will be followed, that it is mandatory to wear a mask and that you must not enter the concert if the body temperature is equal to or higher than 37.5 °.
For info and registration: 3487389532, 3475894311,
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