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MANTOVA JAZZ FESTIVAL 2017 Celebrating One Hundred Years of Italian Jazz
Friday, November 10th, 2017
7:00 PM
Mantova Jazz From October 6 to November 26, the 36th edition of the Mantua Jazz Festival will be held to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the jazz life with foreigners Brad Meldhau, Dave Holland, an evening with Ron Carter and Richard Galliano, Italians Marcello Abate, Danilo Rea The Milan Hot Jazz Orchestra and the Young Section supported by SIAE Sillumina Bando 1 - Urban Peripherals The Mantova Jazz Festival will dedicate its 36th edition to the centennial of Italian jazz and will host some of the best-known names in the international and national scene, but above all giving new proposals. This year the clubs will be reserved for the "Young Section", supported by SIAE Sillumina Bando 1 - Periferie Urbane "Mantova Jazz Section YOUNG", 47 young musicians coming from all over Italy and influential poles, 13 projects With original compositions of which 7 feminine, all free events. The selection that has allowed these young people to enter the cast of the Mantova Jazz Festival has not been a simple "add to the shopping cart", but it has been a path that followed the concept that this year's show was going to, namely what the new generations Have collected and developed after 100 years of jazz and it was particularly interesting and significant to see how women's presence in the basically masculine world of jazz grew. The way to the Mantova Jazz Festival will be given on October 6 by the Section Young with Walter Ricci, 1989, voice and piano, with an afternoon masterclass and in the evening the concert at the Arch of Virgil, October 12 will be the turn of the masterclass and concert Of torinese Fabio Giachino trio, piano, double bass, drums and on 14 October the project "Tomorrow" by Camilla Battaglia and his band in concert at the Arti Tom. On October 21, the trio of the Roman composer Federica Michisanti, young contrabbassist, accompanied by piano and piano saxes in the "Trioness" project, will be performed on October 21, at the Arci Tom evening concert by Serena Brancale's duo. 28th in a masterclass at Arti Tom, and on 28 October at 9.30pm at Creative Lab Lunetta the concert of the quintet led by the young composer Giulia Facco, which brings together some of the young talents of the Venetian and Friulian areas. November will be the first with the quintet of drummer Andrea Grillini at the Arch of Virgil and on November 3, Tom will play Elg Ler Trio, while on November 10 always at the Arc Tom as the ideal "godfather" of the section Devoted to musicians under thirty-five years, will be held the trio of young tenor Saxonist James Brandon Lewis, one of the coolest and exciting voices of the new American jazz, followed the 11th at Creative Lab Lunetta by the concert of the young clarinetist and composer Sardinian Zoe Pia and her quartet. It continues on November 16th to the Archi Virgilio with the original project of the soprano Gaia Mattiuzzi and his trio and on November 18th to the Arti Tom with the PCKT Paduan band. The last section of the Young Section will be held on November 24 at the Arch of Virgil that will host the quartet of the contrabassist Rosa Brunello Y Los Fermentos, a young reality of the Italian jazz scene. Each concert is a single event so to give the right highlight within the Mantova Jazz Festival at Under 35, thanks to the support of SIAE Sillumina Bando 1 - Periferie Urbane "Mantova Jazz section YOUNG". We also remember the events at the Mantua Jazz Festival Theaters: October 20 at the Teatro Bibiena special event "One Hundred Years of Italian Jazz", with young Marcello Abate, Danilo Rea and the elegant vitality of the Milan Hot Jazz Orchestra. November 7 at the Ariston Theater with Ron Carter and Richard Galliano, two masters with a poetic voice equal to instrumental mastery. November 21 at the Bibiena Theater Brad Mehldau, the greatest jazz pianist affirmed in recent decades, in a non-amplified piano performance that will remain in the history of the Chiozzini. November 26, at the Ariston Theater, the kaleidoscopic trio of Dave Holland, one of the two great davidian contrabbassists of the 1960s (the other is Ron Carter), Kevin Eubankse's guitar and Obed Calvaire's "black" percussion.