(ANSA) – BARI, 28 JUL – The “value of freedom” is the theme chosen for the Concertone 2021 of the Notte della Taranta which will be directed by the very young singer Madame, symbol of “a fluid generation”, and by the 44-year-old director of Enrico Melozzi orchestra who conquered the last edition of Sanremo with the Maneskin. Madame and Melozzi will be the concert masters of the show scheduled for August 28 in Melpignano (Lecce) which will be broadcast, for the first time on Rai1, on September 4 at 10.30 pm. A new musical research challenge for the Notte della Taranta Foundation which for the 24th edition of the Concertone aims at “mixing popular language and urban rock and effectively determines gender parity on the podium”. “By mixing various genres such as rap, classic, rock and precisely pizzica – underlines Madame – we will find a way to communicate ‘the value of freedom’. I hope to succeed in this enterprise, I’m very excited. See you soon in Puglia. “.
“I ventured to compose an original pizzica and, if the Foundation likes it, I would like to perform it for all of you”, announces Melozzi: “The music that I have broken down and reassembled without ever touching a note of the original monodies that I consider sacred – he continues – foresees the presence of folklore, Italian symphonic tradition, ancient and severe counterpoint, baroque fanfare, unleashed electric guitars “. (HANDLE).
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