Ciak is played, the last three free concerts

Ciak is played“, The music festival organized byPonte Milvio Association, it will end with three free admission concerts at Teatro Ciak in via Cassia 692 on the weekend from 23 to 25 September.

Protagonist of the concert by Friday 23 to 21 (at 18.30 it will also be possible to attend a rehearsal open to the public) is the duo formed by Fabiola Gaudio (violin) and Marco Simonacci (cello) that will range in the ‘700 -‘ 800 – ‘900 proposing the great music of past centuries (Haendel, Dvoark, Massenet, Ravel) and of our years (Astor Piazzolla, Ennio Morricone) to conclude with Frank Sinatra and the Beatles.

The next day, Saturday 24 always at 9pmis on stage Power Brass Ensemblea quintet with spectacular sonorities, made up of two trumpets, trombone, horn and tuba, which performs in an equally spectacular program: the sound visions of America by America Images, the triumphal march of Verdi’s Aida, the tango, a medley of music for the cinema by Ennio Morricone and more

“Ciak si suona” ends Sunday 25 September at 9 pm (also in this case at 6.30 pm it will also be possible to attend a rehearsal open to the public). The Luca Velotti Trio – formed by Luca Velotti on clarinet and sax, Michele Ariodante on guitar and Gerardo Bartoccini on double bass – presents a program entitled “Woody Alen movie music”, dedicated to the great American actor and director and more precisely New York doc: you will listen to music by great American authors such as Cole Porter, Sidney Bechet and Jean Schwartz but also Brazilians like Jobim, Germans like Kurt Weill and Italians, like Luca Velotti himself, whose Swing Tropical concludes the concert and the whole “Ciak si suona”.

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The project, curated by the Ponte Milvio Social Cultural Association and promoted by Roma Culture, is the winner of the Roman Summer 2020-2021-2022 public notice, curated by the Cultural Activities Department, and is carried out in collaboration with SIAE.

For information:

tel. 06 3324 9268

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