Madre, pasión y fortaleza

A musical journey through the songs that make up a veritable alphabet of sentimental education in Latin America

25 Mar 2021
21:00

Latin America is told in all its emotional nuances through music. Mother and suffering, passion and anger, strength and joy: a musical journey through songs that constitute a veritable alphabet of the sentimental education of a people who do not give up. Mercedes Sosa will be our light on Latin America in the extraordinary interpretation of Ginevra Di Marco, accompanied by Francesco Magnelli, pianist and arranger, and Andrea Salvadori on guitar.Each piece of music will be introduced by brief thematic cues that tell the story of Latin America with poetic texts by Luis Sepulveda.

In partnership with Fondazione ISMU and Fondazione Cariplo.

Live streaming at our Festival Center or on the Facebook page of Associazione culturale Entre Dos Mundos.

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