GIAN MARIA TOSATTI
In a period in which cultural, theatrical and concert activities were prohibited, a very particular story linked to the former Soviet Union comes to mind.
When it was forbidden to listen to foreign music in that country, two boys from Odessa started carving American hits on X-ray plates, so that they could be smuggled more easily.
The sound quality, however, was poor. This did not stop, however, the flourishing of the diffusion of these records. To the point that many Russian songs also began to be recorded in this way, since the contraband version cost much less than the original and was more accessible for the less well-off. This led to a confinement of the potential of the music within the walls of a scarce, defective sound. Forbidden music then became recluse music.
In this concert born from the dialogue between the artist Gian Maria Tosatti and the jazz player Pasquale Innarella the music contained in the old Russian records will be released through the intervention of instrumentalists who will dialogue live with the original pieces.
Plan your visit
Reservations are required for visits to Spazio Taverna.
A maximum of 15 people will be present in the space for each shift .
The visits will last 30 minutes.
Body temperature will be measured using an infrared thermometer.
If your temperature is 37.5 ° C or higher you will not be able to enter.
Before starting the visit, please provide your first and last name upon entry.
Within the space
Please turn off mobile phones
Please disinfect your hands at the entrance.
Remember that it is mandatory to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.