The odd (but very well matched) couple formed by Mauro Durante & Justin Adams continues their live performances on the road. While waiting for their album “still moving” to be released by Ponderosa in October, you will be able to see them play live on Saturday, July 17th at the church of Sant’Ambrogio in Trezzano sul Naviglio, and on the 28th as part of the Colline Mediterranee festival in Salerno.
After 20 years in a band (and what a band…), Rachele Bastreghi, Baustelle’s only female member, decided it was time for her to stop and focus on herself.
From Nirvana to Bach, by way of Ludovico Einaudi and the Beatles: fresh from releasing a new deluxe edition of his debut album The Stolen Cello, Redi Hasa spoke to us about his inspirations.
Having been put on hold last winter as Italy suffered through its second Covid-19 wave, the festival is now staging a surprising comeback with a special summer edition, which will attempt to satisfy a deep need for togetherness, the inevitable reaction to many months of social distancing and lockdowns. The summer festival’s performances will be held at the two abbeys of Chiaravalle and Morimondo, as well as the Santuario della Beata Vergine di Montevecchia, the Triennale gardens in Milan’s Parco Sempione, and the parks of Villa Arconati in Castellazzo di Bollate and of Villa Olmo in Como.