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Bruskers Guitar Duo - Sunday Matinee

Date:

02/19/2017


Bruskers Guitar Duo - Sunday Matinee

Eugenio Polacchini and Matteo Minozzi, the Bruskers Guitar Duo, have been defined "two leading figures in the motley world of guitar" and "a source of inspiration for guitarists". Molded by the classical (Eugenio) and modern (Matteo) music worlds, they use jazz as a common ground and their repertoire covers traditional jazz standards and soundtracks in addition to original songs.

Program:
Little Piece in C for U (M. Petrucciani); Yesterdays (J. Kern); Music from Pinocchio (F. Carpi); Minor Swing (D. Reinhardt); Cliffs of Moher (E. Polacchini – M. Minozzi); Summertime (G. Gershwin); All Of Me (S. Simons); I’m Seventeen Years Old (traditional Korea); Segura Ele (Pixinguinha)

Take Five (P. Desmond – D. Brubeck); Jersey Bounce (T. Bradshaw); Arirang (traditional Korea); Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano (R. Carosone); Fly Me to the Moon (B. Howard); You're Wrong, I'm Right (E. Polacchini – M. Minozzi); Fragile (Sting); Marchinha de Carnaval (C. Machado); Manhã De Carnaval (L. Bonfa)

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Based in Modena, Italy, the Bruskers have been invited to international guitar festivals such as Acoustic Franciacorta, South Bay Society Guitar Festival, Plovdiv International Guitar Festival , Sarzana Acoustic Guitar Meeting, Madame Guitar Festival, San Benedetto Guitar Festival.

Ever since they began playing together in 2003, the duo has recorded two albums for the label "Fingerpicking.net": "Guitar Sketch" (2009), "Addition" (2011) and "Four Hands Party" (2016). All the records have been sold in all European countries, America and Japan, receiving many praises from Italian and foreign music press.

More information at www.bruskers.com

Information

Date: Sunday, February 19, 2017

Time: From 3:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Organized by : Istituto Italiano di Cultura

Entrance : Free


Location:

Italian Cultural Institute, SF

1243