11st Edition: the exhibition devoted to contemporary music for guitar back from 1 June to 25 September! "
It is a nomadic exhibition, devoted to contemporary music for guitar (acoustic or classical), which focuses on the search for new sounds and new musical forms and compositions that combine the most diverse experiences beyond genres or stereotyped classifications.
A choice linked to the passion for this instrument and acoustic music, but also to the fact that right around the guitar you are joining at the international level, and with a strong Italian presence, a technical research of the highest quality, expressive movement and composition. A choice linked to the possibility of giving the tourism sector cultural attractions of quality to raise awareness and enhance this area, and a cultural proposal of high level and low cost to small communities that remain for most of the year off the tourist circuits. The concerts are for free offer, except where noted. Below the 2016 program (in brackets the venue which will host the concert if it rains):
Saturday 3 – 21.00 ZERO EMISSION BLUES ORTA SAN GIULIO – Piazza Motta (Portico Palazzotto) Paolo Bonfanti (acoustic guitar), Roberto Bongianino (accordion), Alessandro Pelle (drums), Stefano Risso (bass). The show offers a musical roundup, full of suggestive stages ranging from Blues to Rock without neglecting a copyright music: a journey into American music, with original songs, covers of the great American performers and authors, with texts in English, Italian and Genoese dialect.
Sunday 4 – 21.00 – CHITARRA FEMMINILE SINGOLARE: ENERGY INVORIO – Casa Curioni (Casa Curioni salon)
Saturday 10 – 21.00 hours – MOVE YOUR MUSIC with the sound of heartbeats MAGGIORA – Cellars Accounts
Sunday, 18 – 21.00 hours – the STORYTELLER COSMOPOLITAN GOZZANO – Collaboration Of Somsi Salon
Friday 23 – 21.00 hours – sounds and images: VITAL TRADE OMEGNA – Hall of the Carrobbio
Sunday 25 – 21.00 hours LEND YOUR EARS TO THE MUSIC, OPEN YOUR EYES TO PAINTING AND ... STOP THINKING BORGOMANERO – frazione Santa Cristina – Cellar Etnographic Museum