“Terra ca nun senti” in the States

Carmen Consoli brings to the United States “Terra ca nun senti,” her new project to enhance Sicilian instruments and musical heritage in which she interprets songs from her tradition along with some songs written by herself in Sicilian. Beyond music, Carmen will recount suggestions and memories of landscapes and characters from Italian social and cultural history.

The tour starts on May 22 at “Le poisson rouge” in New York – a splendid multi-purpose facility in the heart of the Big Apple, a temple of independent music – and will continue in Canada, in Montreal, where Carmen and the Orchestra will perform on May 24 as part of the Au Galop Festival, an event also designed for families, an eco-sustainable festival for music lovers and lovers of the great outdoors; the Au Galop festival has the artistic direction of Marco Calliari, an Italian-Canadian singer-songwriter who for years has been among the major promoters of artistic exchanges between Canadian and Italian musicians.

The tour then returns to the United States, with two California concerts: the first on May 28 at San Francisco’s ‘Club Fugazi’ – the city’s historic venue that hosted the great intellectuals of the beat generation, from Kerouc to Allen Ginsberg. The second California concert will be May 29 at ‘Whisky a go go’ in Los Angeles, a venue built in the 1950s on an old police station, whose charm it retains unchanged. On May 31, the last stop of the tour is in Florida, at the Institute of Italian Culture in Miami, where he will once again testify to the high artistic value of traditional Sicilian heritage.

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