Maria Pia De Vito 5tet feat. Luca Aquino “This Woman’s work” | Opening Jacopo Fagioli & Nico Tangherlini “Bilico”// Pisa Jazz 2023Eventi del 2023 / Rhythm & Meaning
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Maria Pia De Vito presents a brand-new quintet for her second project in 2022. Following “Astill volcano Life,” a work centered around female creativity in music and poetry with Rita Marcotulli and Luca Aquino, this new project features original compositions by De Vito and Bortone, collective compositions, and reinterpretations of songs from various sources, ranging from jazz by Tony Williams and Ornette Coleman to the songwriting of Elvis Costello and Kate Bush, as well as elements of English and American folk. It offers a reflection on the female condition and the survival strategies that women have adopted for centuries. The lyrics draw inspiration from authors such as Virginia Woolf, Rebecca Solnit, and Margaret Atwood. This electric project features a lineup of unique and innovative talents.
Opening Jacopo Fagioli & Nico Tangherlini “Bilico”
“Bilico” is an Italian jazz duo composed of trumpeter Jacopo Fagioli and pianist Nico Tangherlini. They play highly expressive original music that can be described as modern chamber jazz. The expressive nature of their music emerges from the sensitivity of the two artists and their constant exploration of the balance between sound and listening. The duo began their collaboration in March 2019 and achieved their first recognition later that year by winning the Marco Tamburini Award in Rovigo.
Jacopo Fagioli was ranked 3rd in the Musica Jazz TOPJAZZ 2022 in the category of Italian New Talent. The title of their album, “Bilico,” is inspired by the concept of balance and the unstable equilibrium of a body. Throughout the album, this term is interpreted as a sense of suspension accompanied by the constant search for a precarious balance. This delicate balance allows the listener and the musicians themselves to experience the creative potential that arises from an ever-evolving action.
Info and details
- Thursday 13 July Start
- concerto: ore 20:45