Do you remember ... Frank Sinatra Tribute to the Italian-American singer-songwriter

Concert - Event posted by elena

Location: Cortile del Centro d'Incontro

Address Piazza Dante 33 , Firenze

Date: Sunday 27 June 2021

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Do you remember ... Frank Sinatra Tribute to the Italian-American singer-songwriter


On Sunday 27 June 2021, at 6.30 pm, the Camerata de 'Bardi, also the Municipal School of Music of Borgo San Lorenzo, proposes the second musical event dedicated to the young people of Mugello: the tribute to the Italian-American singer-songwriter Frank Sinatra, entitled' Ti remember ... Frank Sinatra '.

The protagonist of the bourgeois evening, which will take place in the Courtyard of the Meeting Center (Piazza Dante 33 - Borgo San Lorenzo), will be the Frank Sinatra 'Tribute Band, consisting of Saverio Sisti on guitar, Paolo Mugnai on piano, Giacomo Soldani on bass, Roberto Molisse on drums and Marco badiali on vocals. The five artists will lead us to the discovery of the great Frank Sinatra, multifaceted personality of the American entertainment and television world, actor, singer, comedian and presenter, proposing his greatest hits, from New York, Ney York to My way, passing through Strangers in the Night, All of me, Fly me tothe Moon, Moon dance just to name a few. A great charismatic character, champion of American and world entertainment, thanks to his voice he established himself in the international music scene that from the early 30s reaches 1995, the year of his last live concert.

Hundreds of millions of records sold, winner of three Oscars of which they remember the honorary Oscar in 1946, for his role in The House I live in and the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the film Da quiall'eternità, in 1954. Infinite honors received: two Golden Globes, eleven Grammy Awards, the 'Jean Hersholt' Humanitarian Award, the 'Kennedy Center Honors' in 1983, the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Ronald Reagan in 1985, the Congressional Gold Medal of the United States in 1997. Although American, we must remember his Italian origins: his father Antonino Martino Sinatra was Sicilian and his mother, Natalina Maria Vittoria Garaventa, from Liguria. The father, guilty of a right of honor, emigrated to the USA and, with Natalina, married in Jersey City in 1914, and then moved to Hoboken where, on 12 December 1915, Frank, the first and only child, was born. He began his career around the 1930s and between 1943 and 1944 he managed to conquer the topten of the charts for 23 times, establishing himself as The Voice, 'La Voce', the first true celebrity of popular music of the twentieth century in American jazz and pop repertoire that, from the meditative atmospheres of the ballads, reaches the enthralling rhythms of the bossa nova, always interpreted with her warm and deep voice. It will be Marco Badiali who will render his most magical facets and the most heartfelt interpretations, with his winning voice in national and international competitions for the interpretation of both Italian and world songwriting.

Free and free admission subject to availability.

In case of bad weather the concert will be held in the 'Paola Leoni' Auditorium, adjacent to the Cortile del Centrod'Incontro.

For information: 348.7389532, 347.5894311, Associazione.cameratadebardi@gmail.com

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