#PIFSOTTERRANEO: the Castelfidardo’s accordion plays around the Marche region and will do it for two weekends

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PIF SotterraneoThe path to approach the key event in mid-September – the 43rd edition of the International Accordion Prize scheduled from 9 to 16 – passes through the five dates of the “PIF Sotterraneo”, articulated by the Municipality of Castelfidardo in synergy with the Municipality of Fermo and the Frasassi Consortium. “An evocative musical itinerary in a hypogeal situation where we spread the sound of the accordion and the accordion making it appreciate the charm to the tourists who in these days visit the beauties of the Marche”, explains the councilor for culture Ruben Cittadini. Special performances, designed and studied according to the natural context in which they are grafted, which will also have the merit of enhancing the talent of young ambassadors of a rich artistic tradition. The program opens on Saturday 4 in Genga with folk and world music played by Massimo Marconi, a recanatese member of the group “The Solitary Sparrows”, which will welcome guests and visitors with his organ in La Cuna. The next day, Sunday 5 (from 17.00), the unpublished duo composed by Cesare Sampaolesi (accordion) and Giacomo Medici (voice), will be at the entrance and inside the Frasassi Caves with a tribute to tango and romantic atmospheres of Latin America. Friday 10 and 11 August from 18.00, the organ can not but be the protagonist in Castelfidardo, where the historical re-enactment organized by the association Tracce di 800: the privileged location are the Caves of the Istituto Sant’Anna, with lots of appearing in period costumes reminiscent of the founder Giulia di Barolo, the consort Carlo Tancredi and the faithful secretary Silvio Pellico.
The closure of the “PIF Sotterraneo” is scheduled for Sunday 12 August at the Roman Cisterns in Fermo, where at 5 pm the Brotherhood duo, the project that explores the possibilities and the repertoire of seemingly distant instruments (Cesare’s guitar and Carlo’s accordion) ), but united by a tradition and a present rich in affinity crossed on the notes of the composers who wrote the Italian musical history.

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