Two days of music in Mestre, in collaboration with the Culture Sector of the City of Venice: Saturday, Dec. 3, with the residency at Hybrid Music; Sunday, Dec. 4, the curtain opens at Teatro del Parco Bissuola, with the concert open to the public.
Eight artists, two acoustic jazz and electronic music ensembles, united in a two-day residency at Hybrid Music in Mestre and an unprecedented concert at Teatro del Parco Bissuola. On Dec. 3 and 4, nusica.org arrives in the heart of Mestre, with the CREI project, realized by the association with the support of the Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with the City of Venice and ADEIDJ – Association of Independent Jazz Labels.
Eight musicians from different parts of Italy and the U.S., active in two highly significant venues for the city – Hybrid Music, chosen to host the artists’ workshops on Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4, and the Teatro del Parco Bissuola, recently restored and returned to music, to performance, where on Sunday, December 4 at 7:30 p.m. the concert of the two groups will come to life, (Admission: tickets € 2.00 + commission on OOOH.Events, available online or at the box office in the evening; for info www.nusica.org and at nusica.org Facebook).
CREI – an acronym for Composition Research And Improvisation – brings together two musical ensembles, different in genre and style, composed of musicians from different parts of Italy, established and young emerging talents, brought together with the aim of developing new languages and mixtures between styles and genres, composing and arranging original pieces.
The first ensemble, led by saxophonist and nusica.org co-founder Nicola Fazzini, is dedicated to acoustic jazz music and includes Francesca Remigi, a drummer living in the United States, guitarist Muhssin Piizi from Pescara and trombonist Federico Pierantoni from Ferrara. The second group, dedicated to electronic music, is led by bassist and nusica.org co-founder Alessandro Fedrigo, and includes guitarist Frank Martino (guitar and effects), Giovanni Iacovella (drums and electronics) along with Claudio Sichel (visual arts).