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  • Dalla Sicilia: “Mia meravigliosa maledetta culla”, in America. Si racconta, l'artista palermitana che canterà al Gala annuale della NIAF e che sarà ospite alla Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò a fine novembre. Una voce giovane tra passato e futuro. Considerata vincitrice spirituale di 'The Voice of Italy 2015', la cantautrice propone una musica avvolgente, tutta da ascoltare. Originale interprete di Rosa Balistrieri, ha un repertorio che spazia in diversi generi. E poi una produzione a sua firma. E sorpresa: si accompagna con l’ autoharp: “L’ho cominciato a studiare dopo essermi innamorata della coppia June Carter - Johnny Cash”
  • 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.
  • Il contrabbasso
    Troppo spesso il contrabbasso viene considerato un personaggio ingombrante e di poca importanza per la musica jazz. Eppure è uno strumento - di origini nobili e antiche - fondamentale per il sound dei brani.
  • Events: Reports
    Roberta Michelino(September 30, 2013)
    Iconoclastic Italian singer, songwriter and composer Franco Battiato returns to New York City after a four year absence for a concert appearance on Wednesday October 9 at Highline Ballroom
  • Art & Culture
    Letizia Airos(January 12, 2011)
    An interview with Ron before his New York concert. “I love contact with the public, I get bored in the recording studio” His long career of successes and difficulties. X Factor and music publishers today
  • One of the most beloved artists in Italian popular music history speaks with us from Rome about his tour which will come to New York with a much-anticipated concert at the Angel Orensanz Foundation. There will also be a talk with Baglioni at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò on December 16.
  • Teresa De Sio Ombre Rosse
    Interview with Teresa De Sio as she performs at the "Divinely N.Y. Festival". The Neapolitan artist talks about her life with great generosity and warmth. Her grandfather was Frank Sinatra’s doctor, and her Jersey City ancestors as well as her great-grandmother were Native American

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