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"Canzoniere Terrestre", a video concert by Daniele Sepe



Canzoniere Terrestre, the Video Concert by Daniele Sepe and his quintet.

Live on the Institute's YouTube channel Thursday, December 31 2020, at 5PM

A mix of international music, Jazz, and traditional and popular Italian music, the concert is organized by the Italian Cultural Institute of New York in collaboration with New Age Productions and it is part of the "Suoni Italiani" project, whose purpose is to present artists- and the most important and innovative groups of Italian pop, folk and Jazz music- to an international audience.



Daniele Sepe (sax) Paolo Forlini (drums) Tommy De Paola (keyboards) Davide Costagliola (bass) Antonello Iannotta (percussion) Emilia Zamuner (singer)

Tammuriata (D.Sepe)
Nu poco 'sentimento (P.Villani – G.Lama)
Fresca Fresca (P.Pisani – G.Lama)
Bammenella 'e copp'e quartieri (R.Viviana)
Montilla (D.Sepe / su tradizionale venezuelano)
Yerakina (D.Sepe / su tradizionale greco)


Daniele Sepe, from Naples, has been for over two decades one of the leading artists whose work mix styles and sounds;  from own compositions to Jazz, folk, in a continuous contamination where the vivacity and strength of the sounds is accompanied by a heartfelt social criticism that does not disdain irony. More than twenty-five albums by this extraordinary artist who makes each work a chapter in itself, both for the genres it crosses and for the feelings it expresses: some "uncomfortable", another an orchestral suites, or a mix of medieval, Jazz, rap, funk, blues, traditional music.
As for his brilliant partner Stefano Bollani in the "Napoli Trip" project, Daniele Sepe's style is elusive in spirit and substance and impossible to label.


Date: Thursday, December 31, 2020

Time: From 5:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Organized by : IIC

In collaboration with : New Age Productions

Entrance : Free


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