© Luca Concas
TRASFERITO AL PALA DE ANDRÉ
La Direzione di Ravenna Festival, d’intesa con l’Amministrazione Comunale di Lugo, in considerazione delle negative previsioni meteo e dell’allerta arancione emanata dalla Protezione Civile, ha deciso di spostare il concerto di Brunori SAS “Live in Acustico” al Palazzo Mauro De André di Ravenna (viale Europa 1), sempre con inizio alle ore 21.30.
Grazie a un allestimento realizzato ad hoc, nel rispetto delle regole del distanziamento sociale che determinano la capienza degli spazi al chiuso, tutti i biglietti sono confermati. Lo staff di Biglietteria accoglierà il pubblico all’ingresso del Pala e fornirà le indicazioni per le nuove assegnazioni di posto.
Il concerto, sold out, sarà trasmesso in diretta streaming sul sito ravennafestival.live
Dario Brunori voice, guitar and piano
Massimo Palermo drum
Dario della Rossa synthesizer
For those who think that today’s singers-songwriters are no longer capable of moving the audience and get it to identify with their verses, here’s Dario Brunori, aka Brunori Sas (the Italian equivalent of Brunori Ltd, Dario’s family business and a destiny he found it difficult to come to terms with). Brunori was born in San Fili, near Cosenza, Calabria, a minuscule town with a population of 3,000 souls, a place which he fled from and then returned to for good. His roots, and his destiny, come to the surface in his new album, Cip!, the fifth in a a successful series that started in 2009 and moved him on from the ironic light-heartedness of the beginnings to a more complex, reflective dimension and to more ‘committed’ themes ranging from political criticism to racial issues. As a sort of storyteller, a narrator of ordinary life, Brunori Sas is halfway between Italian indie-pop and traditional songwriting. Autobiography is inevitable for him: “There is much of my way of experiencing Calabria in this record. Silence, nature, the mountains behind me… These are mountains that breathe, and I almost can hear it… An immutable world that has been like this for millennia… All this has contributed to the atmosphere of Cip!, one of more serenity and less bitterness. I am at peace with myself.” The album should have been presented in a tour of Italian sports arenas. The opening date at the Ravenna Festival, instead, will mark a new start under favourable auspices. His talisman? The sweet, cheeky robin on the album cover.