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  • Rock guitarist Simon Hanes
    On Tuesday, January 10th, Tredici Bacci will be playing a showcase at The Standard East Village Penthouse (25 Cooper Square). The concert, which is free of charge, has already been defined “an Italian soundtrack-obsessed evening of music” led by a 28 year old classical composer and punk rock guitarist named Simon Hanes. Simon’s obsessed with all things Morricone, Spaghetti Western, and classic Italian film soundtracks from the 1960’s/1970’s.
  • The 88th Academy Awards will be remembered in Italy as the year that Maestro Morricone won the coveted statuette for Best Original Score for Quentin Tarantino's film The Hateful Eight. The Maestro received a heartfelt standing ovation after his name was pronounced by Quincy Jones and Pharrell. He was led to the stage by his son Giovanni and, in Italian, he thanked the other nominees, singling out the great John Williams, and explained that “there is no great music without a great film that inspires it. I thank Quentin Tarantino for choosing me and the great team that made this extraordinary film.”
  • Art & Culture
    Mila Tenaglia(February 25, 2016)
    He started out as an Alpine guide in the vast stretch of mountains in Veneto and Trentino. Today he lives in New York where he works with a scalpel on paper. Marco Gallotta is an original artist who loves exploring the rich and complex relationship between man and nature, carving out the truth hiding behind appearances.
  • Events: Reports
    Iwona Adamczyk(October 01, 2012)
    Meet Vincenzo Castellana, a musician that plays the Sicilian tambourine since he was five years old. Read about his passion and love for Sicilian Folk music and how you can become enchanted by it as well.