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“Beatles e West Coast : un incontro possibile”

“Beatles e West Coast : un incontro possibile” Da sx: Giuseppe Maggi, Andrea Ravizza, Alessandro Milani, Ula Ulijona, Gabriele Carpani, Massimo Macrì

sabato 21 ottobre 2017, ore 21.00 - Tempio Valdese - Via Monnet 4 - Prarostino (TO)

Strumentisti dell’Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai

Alessandro Milani – Violino
Ula Ulijona – Viola
Massimo Macrì – Violoncello
Gabriele Carpani – Contrabbasso
Andrea Ravizza – Arrangiatore

Secondo un articolo della rivista ‘Rolling Stones’ “i Beatles sono i più grandi artisti di tutti i tempi”. Il West Coast è invece un genere musicale riconducibile alla variegata musica rock statunitense anni settanta e, come sostengono alcune fonti, si contrappone allo strapotere musicale inglese dei Beatles e riscuote un notevole successo specialmente fra i giovani.

Questo concerto si propone di indagare questo dualismo, sottolineando le differenze tra i due mondi, ma anche cercando di tratteggiare le linee comuni., a cui si aggiunge un accurato lavoro di arrangiamento e (ri)composizione per piegare le melodie e i temi alla tecnica esecutiva e liberare le pressoché infinite possibilità espressive degli archi.

Ingresso Libero

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