Termoli. From today, September 3 to October 2, violinist Luca Ciarla He will again be on tour in the US; 16 concerts and workshops in one month in 10 different states, from Detroit to San Francisco, an unusual path that will lead him to perform, as often happens, in jazz, world music, classical festivals and reviews.
We start today, September 3rd in Michigan with Detroit Jazz Festival, one of the most important events in all of North America for the world of jazz, an exceptional festival that presents the best international artists in just 3 days. This edition will be hosted by Julian Lagg, Ambrose Akinmuser, Vijay Iyer, Abdullah Ibrahim, Bill Frisel, Antonio Sanchez, Cecil Maclaurin Salvant, Diane Reeves, John Schofield, Chucho Valdes and many more. An unforgettable concert for the Italian jazz player, along with the greatest violinist and at home.
Then a new long trip to Alaska will take him to attend three concerts and a workshop for the Haines Arts Council, Skagway Arts Council, and Homer Alaska International Arts Festival. This will be the first time in Alaska for a violinist from Termoli, and there are high expectations, both for his arrival and for the musician, who is curious to discover a region of the world so far and so different. On September 14, he will play in California, at the wonderful new headquarters ofItalian Cultural Institute in San Franciscoan event in which he will also present his new Molise Festival, for which he will be the co-artistic director with Kezia Terracciano.
After exciting stages in Los Alamos (New Mexico), Cincinnati (Ohio), Cleveland (Ohio), Middletown (Connecticut), Brattleboro (Vermont). On September 25, he will play twice on the same day for a team FreshGrass . Festivaldedicated to folk music, from tradition to the latest international news and created in collaboration with masmokaOne of the most important museums in the United States. The festival also gives a small number of FreshScore each year, an award for a new image composition and this year it will go to Luca Ciarla who will achieve the performance Music for your eyes with video art kiwis.
The tour continues with the gallery inOld Town School of Music in Chicagowhere Luca will also present his new festival again, in collaboration withItalian Cultural Institute in Chicago. The marathon runner’s track ends with a series of three concerts in Las Vegas public libraries, thanks to the support ofItalian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles. The tour is produced by Violipiano Music in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institutes in Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
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