An interview with Ricky Kej, the activist and musician who recently released “Divine Tides”, his latest album with Stewart Copeland.
Bringing music back onto the path of Nature, inviting audiences to “walk” with him, as one of the most committed artists in the fight against climate change.
The program of the Climate Space Festival is growing richer by the day. Starting on June 30th, the Melpignano-based event will host an exhibition of never-before-seen backstage photos from the set of Elegy for the Arctic, the 15 million-view video created by Ludovico Einaudi for Greenpeace.
To this end, the first ever Climate Space Film & Music Festival will be held this year in Melpignano (LE) from an idea by Ludovico EInaudi and curated by Francesco Cara and Ponderosa Music & Art: short and feature-length movies, music and debates aimed at creating an active, conscious community, projected towards a better future.
Francesco Bianconi: No Time For Rhetoric
This is a particularly prolific moment for the artist, who in less than a year has released his first solo work “Forever”, launched a “Made-up Stories” format on YouTube and, on May 11th, published his third book: “Atlante delle case maledette” (“The Haunted House Atlas”, published by Rizzoli Lizard). Now, as a crowning achievement, he has released “Forever in Technicolor” (BMG), a double vinyl album – also available as a digital download – of his complete works, which includes several previously unreleased pieces and international collaborations. We have caught up with Francesco to try and understand the reasons behind his intense productivity.