Teatro Verdi (Florence, Italy)
Renzo Arbore and his l'Orchestra Italiana, a story lasting a lifetime. Exactly 28 years of the showman's career are dedicated to the enhancement and relaunch of the Classical Neapolitan Song in Italy and abroad. It was back in 1991 the year in which "The Italian Orchestra" was born, 15 "... all stars" as the showman likes to call them, excellent soloists of his instrument (guitars, mandolins, accordion, piano, drums, tambourines and voices) and a great repertoire to carry around the world. "Renzo Arbore L'Orchestra Italiana", a trademark that has becom ... Read More
Daniel Simon, producer of the show, and Matthias G. Kendliger, conductor of the orchestra of 70 musicians, for the first time in Italy, will bring to life the best of John Williams live in concert. Kendlinger and the famous K&K Philharmonic will take Italian spectators on a journey into the fascinating world of Williams' genius, through space at the speed of light, into the depths of the sea and into the magic of music: an exciting and powerful live concert. John Williams, the most successful film music composer ever, has worked with legendary directors: Steven Spielberg and George Luc ... Read More
“Planning a new tour causes me so many emotions - says Renga - such is the desire to go back to singing for my people, with my people! Hope to be able to embrace them all and maybe not just with a look. It's a bit like coming back to life, a real epiphany ... "
Fresh from the television success with Vanessa Incontrada of "20 years that we are Italian" on Rai 1, Gigi returns to his audience in the most intimate dimension of theaters with a show that aims to make all fans protagonists: "by kind request" in fact, spectators will be able to intervene to request the songs to play, from the great hits to the songs from the latest album “Noi due” released in October, and thus interact directly with the singer-songwriter. Alongside Gigi on stage a band with which the singer has now reached a great understanding: Alfredo Golin ... Read More
James Taylor has announced a 5 date Italian tour that will take place in 2022. The tour, which will see Taylor accompanied by his All Star Band, will start from the Colosseum Theater in Turin on February 22nd and then continue to Bassano del Grappa and then to Florence, Rome and Milan where the concert series will end on February 28th. It will be an opportunity for James' many Italian fans to listen to the songs of his extraordinary career in the wonderful setting of some of the most prestigious Italian theaters. James Taylor released his twentieth album "American Standard", ... Read More