Antonio Castrignanò: Traditional Music from the Future at Womex Festival

A “thoroughbred” from team Ponderosa takes to the stage at Womex, the Portuguese festival-fair long devoted to the exportation of world music.

Ludovico Einaudi: A New Album Delving Into Free Space

More than 20 years have elapsed since the release of “I Giorni”, Ludovico Einaudi’s last piano solo album. In a sense, “Underwater”, his new album slated for release on January 21st with Decca Records, is a sort of return to origins for the Piedmontese pianist-composer, who for the occasion has gone back to the core of his own music.

Jazz and the Future, the Future of Jazz

Jazz, after all, is a peculiar genre: drawing life from the heritage of its past great masters, of course, but at the same time constantly reinventing itself and, in this day and age, offering a veritable manifesto about the meaning of the word “change”. Jazz, like a sponge, absorbs everything around it: history, landscapes, the evolution of humanity and social needs. Within this constant change it must make no excuses, but always look towards the future.

Ricky Jej: A Deep Connection Between Music and Nature

An interview with Ricky Kej, the activist and musician who recently released “Divine Tides”, his latest album with Stewart Copeland.

Live Music Is 100% Back

Live music: yes to 100% of a venue’s capacity, but Green Passes and face masks will be mandatory

JAM THE FUTURE: And the winners are Fool Arcana

JAM THE FUTURE | Music for a new planet, the JAZZMI live music contest for jazz ensembles writing their own music, has finally reached its verdict.

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