The fourth edition of the Sentieri Sonori Festival finally returns to the evocative setting of Piazza Santa Croce.
On 23 June, as a prelude to the festival, in collaboration with the Archè Cultural Association, “Là sopra! - music from the balconies ”a new initiative, which through a path through the streets of the historic center will lead us to discover the notes suspended between some of the most characteristic balconies of the center. The notes of the VILSAIT JAZZ QUINTET will accompany us on this journey…. In a mode to be discovered !!
Suffice it to say that the starting point at 19.00 is at the stands of the market in via Principe Umberto.
From Friday 24 June we will enter the actual Festival and, in this order, they will accompany us on our ideal journey through the different sounds of the world:
CLAUDIA CRABUZZA - VEU I GUITERRA concert starts at 9.15 pm
With voice and guitar he accompanies the audience on an intimate journey through the stories and faces that live in the songs of his recent production in Alghero Catalan, awarded at the Tenco Award with the Targa Tenco for the best record in dialect and minority languages. Claudia tells a woman's journey with music and words that includes many faces of life 'reason and hope, love and vanity', desire and the daily war with pain and fragility. The inspiring women, children and offerings to Mother Earth, street noise, trees and dogs. There will be room for a tribute to the women of popular song and to the most appreciated author of the Algherese song, Pino Piras, and for a preview of the new unpublished songs.
PEO ALFONSI - TOWARDS ITACA and other trips, only guitar concert starts at 9.15 pm
The concert includes a varied program that draws on the guitarist's vast repertoire, ranging from original compositions to tributes to classical authors such as J.S. Bach, H. Villa Lobos (Alfonsi has dedicated recordings to both composers) as well as composers such as Bill Evans, Lennon -Mccartney et al.
DANIELE DI BONAVENTURA - THE HARMONIUM OF THE POOR, only bandoneon concert starts at 9.30 pm
"In his hands the bandoneon turns into a chamber orchestra." (Pierre Favre)
Daniele di Bonaventura, originally from the Marche (Italy), is considered one of the most original and creative bandoneonists in the world. His music is a wonderfully serious yet extraordinarily playful blend of classical music (composition, structure) and jazz (improvisation and freedom) and refers in particular to Mediterranean melodic traditions and the South American musical genre. Even in his solo performances he performs and improvises pieces that arise from his "musical homeland", whose inspiration ranges from Baroque composers to the classics of popular song, to reach his latest repertoire, and create his own incredibly varied and specific musical world. at the same time unmistakable, where the bandoneon knows how to transform itself, as if for a game, into a harmonica or organ of a church. A dynamic current of superb melodies is born, capable of enchanting the listener.