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Italian dancing in Tel Aviv with 'Music on the Beach'
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Italian dancing in Tel Aviv with ‘Music on the Beach’

Categories: Culture and creativity -Music and Performing Arts
The beaches of the Israeli metropolis come alive for one evening with the vast repertoire of Italian music of all genres and all times.
Musica on the Beach. Immagine di copertina
Musica on the Beach. Immagine di copertina

After the long silence imposed by Covid, the Italian Embassy in Israel and the Italian Cultural Institute of Tel Aviv are releasing music and returning to celebrate Republic Day with ‘Musica on The Beach’, a large-scale musical event that will take place on 1 June from sunset on one of Tel Aviv’s most picturesque beaches.

This year, local audiences, compatriots and tourists on holiday in Israel will be able to rediscover the most famous film music of all time in a Mediterranean atmosphere of celebration and friendship.

Nello Salza, trumpet player and interpreter of famous international film soundtracks, together with Vincenzo Romano, piano, keyboards and arrangements, Gianfranco Romano, drums, and David Medina, bass, will perform a repertoire ranging from Ennio Morricone to Nino Rota and Nicola Piovani on the notes of the most fascinating and unforgettable soundtracks that have marked the history of Italian cinema.

Following this, DJ Dana Keila will conclude the event with a set of Italian music, groove and electro swing, dragging the audience to dance in the moonlight.

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