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  • Art & Culture
    Roberta Cutillo(June 07, 2019)
    The Italian Cultural Institute in New York is hosting a series of Jazz concerts featuring talented Italian artists. The next two are scheduled for June 11th and 18th.
  • Chiara Izzi
    This Italian artist is not afraid to explore her vocal potential in different languages and across genres. Yesterday at Birdland, she presented her second and newly released album, Across the Sea (Jando), co-created with pianist and vocalist Kevin Hays. And now she is also planning a tour.
  • Art & Culture
    Enzo Capua(August 28, 2018)
    Jazz music was born over a hundred years ago in the slums of New Orleans thanks to the melting pot of races, ethnicities, lifestyles, styles of talking that Louisiana’s great port city represented.
  • Italian saxophone player Ada Rovatti
    Art & Culture
    Giada Gramanzini(June 27, 2018)
    On the occasion of her performance on June 25 at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York, the internationally renowned Italian musician Ada Rovatti tells about her career from the very first steps to her best achievements
  • Art & Culture
    N. C.(June 14, 2018)
    Ada Rovatti is coming to New York City's Italian Cultural Institute June 25 for a free concert event!
  • Raphael Gualazzi during his Eurovision Song Contest show
    Raphael Gualazzi is so Italian and–at the same time–so extraordinarily global for his music. Born in 1981, Raphael is a singer-songwriter who exported Italian vibes across the world. I’m proud to introduce Raphael Gualazzi as our second guest on “Francesco Foderà’s Italian Sound.”
  • Enrico Rava, Tomasz Stanko e Reuben Rogers
    Un tributo ad un pezzo di storia del jazz mondiale, ad un’altra icona sacra viene dedicata una serata in cui la protagonista assoluta è la tromba.“The Champ to Dizzy”, l’omaggio italiano, nell’occasione del centenario della sua nascita, a Dizzy Gillespie, il più grande trombettista dell’era del bepop.
  • The double bass
    People often view the double bass as an awkward and grouchy member of the group. But with its noble origin, it is essential to the sound of a jazz band. Without the double bass as a point of reference, the other instruments would be lost.

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