Great success at the Palladium Theatre for the second edition of “Jazz goes to Cinema”, with the young musicians of the New Talents Jazz Orchestra directed by Mario Corvini. The music fair created by Maurizio Miotti has four dates: Musical, Henry Mancini’ soundtracks, Cartoons’ music and Hollywood’s composers.
Henry Mancini’ soundtracks
The 1st novembre concert ha delighted the big audience with the most famous successes of the Italian origin American composer Henry Mancini (1924 – 1994), who in fourty yeas wrote 500 songs, won 4 Oscar Awards, 20 Grammy and 2 Emmy. He is well known for the Pink Panter music, but not only. The soundtracks of famous movies and TV series like “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”, “Days of wine and roses”, “Peter Gunn” and “Mr Lucky” were sorrounded by their own clips and posters to riproduce the evocative contest of the original songs.
On the stage there were together with the Director (Mario Corvini), five sax (Diego Bettazzi – 1st sax high, Vittorio Cuculo – 2nd sax high. Igor Marino – 1st sax tenor, Francesco Dominicis – 2nd sax tenor, Richard Nebbiosi – sax baritone ), four trumpets (Andrea Priola – 1st trumpet, Stefano Monastra – 2nd trumpet, Roman Villanueva – 3rd trumpet, Chiara Orlando – 4th trumpet), four trombones (Mattia Collacchi – 1st trombone, Stefano Coccia – 2nd trombone (Marco Silvi), the double bass (Flavio Bertipaglia) and the drum (Davide Sollazzi) , that produced an engaging showstopper atmosphere.
2017, 17 December 17.00 “Jazz meets Cartoons”
2018, 14 January 18.00 “Hollywood’s composers”
Palladium Theatre – Rome Three University
Web Site : http://teatropalladium.uniroma3.it/
Tickets: full price € 15 / reduced price € 10 / students € 5
Elena Cattaneo was born in Cremona and lives in Rome. She looks at the city, even also many years, like a curious turist.
After a Foreign Language University Degree she specialized in Communication Science. She fully dedicated to Business Communication, her most relevant interest.
She cultivated several cultural hobbies, fond of art and human being expression.