The so-called “Prima”, the opera which opens the season at the city’s Teatro alla Scala, is one of Milan’s great traditions. This year, on the day of St.Ambrose the patron saint of the city,for the first time in the presence of a live audience after shows were cancelled in December 2020, the classic “Macbeth” by Giuseppe Verdi will be performed under conductor maestro Riccardo Chailly.
Some things never change. The surprise we feel at a live performance, the sense of expectation before a trip, the satisfying flavor of good wine and the emotion of meeting and talking to a great artist. Someone who has sparked emotion in many, and who is virtually incapable of sparing himself. As Break in Jazz opens once more at Milan’s Volvo studio, we took a short break of our own with Enrico Intra.
Lucio Corsi, a longtime Milan resident originally from Grosseto, is a complex, eclectic artist, a glamorous, poetic pop singer-songwriter who has released four studio albums covering a wide array of topics and styles. We had a chance to catch up with him about his personal relationship with nature, the sea and urban development, which are recurring themes in his art.