Indialucia - an international musical project led by flamenco guitar player Miguel Czachowski; one of the first bands that have successfully combined the classical music of India with Flamenco, from Andalusia, giving concerts all over the world since 1999. The members of the project include many outstanding musicians from Poland, India, Italy and Spain.
Tango meets Jazz
In Tangos at an Exhibition! a tone quality research and a design of elegant aesthetics pervade the entire musical trip. Sound images, each characteristic and peculiar, alternate with moments of lyrical suspension through each of the Promenade, feeding the illusion of the Southamerican dance as a current expression and reinvention of the sound of the city.
Ferdinando RomanoTotem feat. Ralph Alessi
Ferdinando Romano has been awarded in the Top Jazz 2020 (Musica Jazz’s annual Critics Poll) as “Best Italian Rising Star” and his album “Totem” is the Top Ten in the category of the “Best Italian Albums” in the same award.
Lapsus Lumine is a contemporary music ensemble that combines three voices with a double-bass in its compositions and improvisations. Whether creating new pieces or redefining the work of others, the ensemble’s focus is the simplicity of the song as well as the complexity of the counterpoint and polyphony. Rhythm, melody, noise and words in different languages are interwoven, resulting an evocative sound that delivers to the listener a unique sonic experience.
The Violin Brothers
Through the universal language of music, they aim to connect with their audience and bring them on a musical journey that celebrates different cultures and traditions.
Songs that capture a nations heart, traditional songs that have evolved to become instantly recognisable worldwide.
They arrange these themes into virtuosic classical pieces while preserving the simplicity of their origin.
A precious jewel of Oriental culture, this project is based on the story of "A Thousand and One Nights" but here the ruler's psyche inspired the musicians.
A combination of music and spoken word, Sheherazade alternates the interpretation of Iranian Piano Music by Layla Ramezan with the reading of the tale and improvisations on the Zarb and Santur by Keyvan Chemirani.
In Hindustani classical music, jugalbandi denotes a duet performance whereby the soloists are entwined in the exploration of a raga (Indian musical mode). Sheer improvisation, interplay, playful challenge and the mutual nourishment of each other’s musical imagination make this form of presentation extremely dynamic and inspiring for the performers and audiences alike.