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BandAdriatica is a band, based in Southern Italy, who is dedicated to investigating different musical styles of the Mediterranean. Their bold combination of Balkan and Italian brass music combines local musical traditions with Middle Eastern Tempi as well as new songs from their homeland. Described as the best live music act Italy has to offer, they tear audience members from their seats and make entire cities dance. At a time of social and political disorientation, music is the instrument of peace and intercultural dialog. For their concert, BandAdriatica will draw from old Southern Italian traditions, making music with local musicians and bands in the streets as well as on stage. They will be supported in this endeavor by the Upper Austrian band Alpkan, who connect traditional Alpine folk sounds with Balkan music, and will enrich the evening with Upper Austrian charm and wordplay.
http://www.bandadriatica.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BandAdriatica is a band, based in Southern Italy, who are dedicated to investigating different musical styles of the Mediterranean. Their bold combination of Balkan and Italian brass music combines local musical traditions with Middle Eastern Tempi as well as new songs from their homeland. Described as the best live music act Italy has to offer, they tear audience members from their seats and make entire cities dance.

At a time of social and political disorientation, music is the instrument of peace and intercultural dialog. BandAdriatica is based in Southern Italy. They have dedicated themselves to the investigation of different musical styles in the Mediterranean. In their previous musical productions, they have worked with musicians from Greece, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Armenia, Palestine, Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Croatia, and Albania.

The essence of BandAdriatica’s musical creation is based on an identification with the common musical and cultural roots and connections between the musical styles of the Mediterranean. They refer to the current situation as a modern “Babylon,” due to the inability for people to communicate and the rise of racism across Europe. They view their music as a possibility for supporting exchange and a sense of belonging.

BandAdriatica will draw from the historical traditions of Southern Italy and Central Europe, making music in the streets at the Festival. By snatching music from concert halls and placing it in the streets and public squares, it has the chance to reach a broader audience and strengthen togetherness and belonging. To this end, BandAdriatica will collaborate with local musicians and bands to develop a creative exchange for a common musical repertoire, which will be presented in the streets of Mauthausen and on stage during the big concert on the closing evening. They will be supported in this endeavor by the Upper Austrian band Alpkan, who connect traditional Alpine folk sounds with Balkan music, and will enrich the evening with Upper Austrian charm and wordplay.

Artists
BandAdriatica
Claudio Prima, Akkordeon und Gesang
Emanuele Coluccia, Altsaxophon
Andrea Perrone, Trompete
Vincenzo Grasso, Klarinette und Tenorsaxophon
Gaetano Carrozzo, Posaune
Morris Pellizzari, Gitarre, Baglama Saz
Giuseppe Spedicato, Bass
Ovidio Venturoso, Schlagzeug

Alpkan
Doktor Kastler, El Castlero, Hr. Stockinger, Steri Geiner, Sherwig Hinnerl

Cooperation with Kulturgenusstage Mauthausen.

Photos: BandAdriatica & Alpkan

 

 

 

 

 

No reservation needed for this event!

Termine

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