On Tuesday 11 July, the show "Ci vuole orecchio" interpreted by the singer-songwriter, flautist and comedian Stefano Belisari, aka Elio, will be held at M. D'Olivo Square, who will sing and recite Enzo Jannacci.
“Ci vuole orecchio” a show in which the singer-songwriter, flautist and comedian Stefano Belisari, aka Elio, sings and recites Enzo Jannacci. The poet as he liked to call himself, was the most eccentric and personal songwriter in the history of Italian song, able to weave seemingly irreconcilable themes and styles: joy and sadness, tragedy and farce, joy and melancholy.
A Buster Keaton of the song, born near Lambrate, which will be revisited, reinterpreted and "re-sung" by Elio accompanied by five musicians, his extravagant traveling companions, who will form an unusual and bizarre sound caravan: Alberto Tafuri on the piano, Martino Malacrida on drums, Pietro Martinelli on bass and double bass, Sophia Tomelleri on saxophone, Giulio Tullio on trombone. A playful and profound show inserted in a colorful scenography designed by Giorgio Gallione, because "those who don't laugh are not serious people".
To participate in the free concert, reservations are not required and you can access freely while seats last.