Romagna Folk and Irish Notes: Predopio – The Chronicle’s Well-Known Atheists Tonight

Romagna Folk and Irish Notes: Predopio - The Chronicle's Well-Known Atheists Tonight

The connection between Irish music and Italian folklore comes in Predapio. In the context of all this is the Romagna tradition. The Athletes Noti Group (pictured) from Forli brings ‘Dongka’ to the Titro Commune this evening. The show, which starts at 9pm, will feature songs from the 2021 disc, which will feature lyrics by Annalisa Licata (vocals) and by Filippo Barucci (guitar) and Arlo Senseni (violin). They will have stage artists collaborating on the project, with Luis Vazquez on flute, Daniel Cassade on percussion, Marco Bonfiglioli on piano and acrodian, Marco Ciancaglini, Marco Tassani, Laura Secini and Laura Soli. ‘Donga’ is a platform on the road between the well – known atheists since 2012 and the Romagna folklore beginning with the Irish tradition and Italian lyric writing. The main characters in the songs are childhood places and hilly areas that become venues for village festivals and rituals associated with the farmer’s calendar. Admission is 10 euros. Information and reservations: 339.7097952, 347.9458012 – 0543.1713530, Confirmed Green Pass and Ffp2 Mask are mandatory.

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