There is always much work to be done behind-the-scenes to prepare for a show. There are contracts to be negotiated and completed, tax forms to be submitted, endless promotional correspondence; travel and sound checks to be coordinated… Apart from the administrative work, there are hours and hours of rehearsals. I actually enjoy rehearsing, but before I rehearse with the band, I spend endless time rehearsing alone so that the repertoire is ready for the musicians. All of this is done with one goal in…Read more
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We did it! Terra Sangue Mare ( Michael Delia, Fabio Turchetti and I) just recorded our first CD and shall launch it in April of this year. At the end of 2015 after a concert tour on the East Coast here in the US and while in the middle of a concert tour abroad, we found ourselves in a recording studio in Prague. Not just any studio; this one had a comfy white sofa and was chosen for that specific reason. Months before, we had tried to record and I kept falling asleep while sitting on a drum throne…Read more
Autumn is officially here and the season begins for the Sagre. As my friend Karen LaRosa of LaRosa Works just mentioned in her photo-journal, “A Sagra is a festival that celebrates local food products and traditions. In Sicily they are ubiquitous, especially in the fall, when it is harvest time.” Just reading about Sicily and the Sagra got me to thinking…why not throw one?
On October 19th at 7pm at the Music Room in NYC, I’ll be performing with my trio, Terra Sangue Mare. It will be our only…Read more
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Una Cantante & Uno Zampognaro