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Nada in concert with Andrea Mucciarelli in Paris
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Nada in concert with Andrea Mucciarelli in Paris

Categories: Culture and creativity -Music and Performing Arts
The famous singer-songwriter is performing at the Italian Cultural Institute in Paris in a duo with Andrea Mucciarelli.
Nada © Arezzowave - tratto dal sito IIC Parigi
Nada © Arezzowave – tratto dal sito IIC Parigi

The Italian Cultural Institute of Paris presents a Nada concert on 22 April in collaboration with the Fondazione Arezzo Wave.

On this occasion, the famous singer will be accompanied by Andrea Mucciarelli on guitar.

Known for hits such as ‘Ma che freddo fa’, ‘Amore disperato’ and ‘Il cuore è uno zingaro’ – a song with which she won the Sanremo festival in 1971 – Nada will be performing on this occasion as a duo with Andrea Mucciarelli, a talented guitarist from the Sienese jazz/blues school.

Together they will revisit many of the works that Nada recorded with Fausto Mesolella, a guitarist who died in 2017, and Ferruccio Spinetti, the bassist of the band AvionTravel. I

From an early age, Andrea Mucciarelli felt a strong attraction to music and to the guitar in particular. His training includes rock, blues, jazz and classical music.
He is currently studying classical guitar at the ‘R. Franci’ Conservatory in Siena.
He has participated in four editions of the Siena Jazz summer seminars, studying with some of the most important contemporary musicians (Peter Bernstein, Lionel Loueke, Steve Cardenas, Guinga, Pietro Condorelli, Eric Harland, Achille Succi, Franco D’Andrea, Dave Douglas, Anders Jormin, Stefano Battaglia, Mark Guiliana).

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