Lucilla Galeazzi is currently the most active and well-known Italian folk singer worldwide. After joining Giovanna Marini’s Vocal Quartet and Chistina Pluhar’s L’Arpeggiata, she keeps touring and making her own musical projects worldwide, spreading the vocal tradition of Italian popular music.
Among the greatest exponents in Italy and in Europe of jewish music, Enrico Fink, born in Florence, travels the world above the theater stages of Europe and the United States, holding meetings, conferences, talks, telling stories, singing and playing. Descendant of a large family of Russian Jewish refugees, after a[…]
The indie-folk power-duo of accordionist and multi-instrumentalist Ludovica Valori and double bass player Paolo Camerini is always on the road, crossing countries and continents looking for inspiration for the contaminated music of their Traindeville project. The journey is the ideal dimension for Valori and Camerini, a condition of constant movement[…]
Currently among the most appreciated accordionists, both in Italy and in Europe, Alessandro D’Alessandro is the founder of the famous Orchestra Bottoni, a meeting point for virtuoso accordionists.
Guitarist, singer and author. Born in Rome, at just the age of nine, she began her musical studies. Influenced by the streets of Rome, she experiences her earliest years in Italian folk music, which later improved and evolved reaching faraway lands worldwide, such as South America, particularly in Brazil.
Torna FOLTRIP con una nuova stagione densa di contenuti. Partiamo subito con un grandissimo personaggio della musica popolare: Alessandro Portelli del Circolo Gianni Bosio. A cura di Susanna Buffa. Regia di Paolo Travelli
Per concludere questa entusiasmante terza stagione di FOLKTRIP rendiamo omaggio alla musica e alle tradizioni dell’Alta Sabina e in particolare di AMATRICE attraverso l’intervista all’etnomusicologo GIANCARLO PALOMBINI
Lunga intervista a GIOVANNA MARINI che ci racconta il suo ultimo lavoro teatrale dedicato a Pier Paolo Pasolini.
A FOLKTRIP intervista a Piero Brega, che ha raccontato ai microfoni di Susanna Buffa la sua storia, quella de Il Canzoniere del Lazio e mille altre cose interessanti sul folk rurale dell’Italia centrale.