Sade Mangiaracina "Keys" Solo - JAZZMI


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Tuesday 04 October

Sade Mangiaracina “Keys” Solo


Nuova Generazione Jazz




Via Rimini 38

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JAZZMI and I-Jazz are back together again to highlight and bring out the new Italian jazz talents, eclectic personalities and extraordinary musicians who show us the new trends in contemporary jazz. Protagonist of the first concert is pianist Sade Mangiaracina, a soloist with a thousand faces and rare charm. Special guest of the evening will be Chiara Galiazzo, who will lend her voice to the notes of Sade for a few songs of the setlist.

A solo concert has always been a substantial test of a pianist’s personality and ability.

The choice of programme, the consequent architecture, the cleaning up of inaccuracies but also the fragmentations, the cross-references and the choice of being able to play by reinventing the lyric, the harmonic choice or, more briefly, one’s own ability to express oneself are all important components of the choice of a solo event.

Sade Mangiaracina has several of these many skills within her.

The result is a solo concert with a thousand faces and rare charm, where the transition from one keyboard to the other seems natural in an ecumenical manner. It is not uncommon to come across an excellent pianist who can play both acoustic and electric piano or pipe organ well. On the other hand, it is certainly more difficult to come across an artist capable of ‘adapting’ his or her touch to the different types of keyboard. The three used by Sade on this occasion are the acoustic instrument, the electric instrument and the synth.

Thanks to the freedom inherent in jazz music, Sade overcomes the obstacles and establishes himself as an important female figure of ‘good music’ because, as Ellington taught, ‘it doesn’t matter if it’s jazz or something else…the important thing is that it’s good music’.

Free admission with required booking at THIS LINK.

In collaboration with Associazione I-Jazz.