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An evocative Easter concert recorded specially for the Italian Embassy Culture Centre New Delhi by the multifaceted Italian harpist Raoul Moretti

Data:

06/04/2021


An evocative Easter concert recorded specially for the Italian Embassy Culture Centre New Delhi by the multifaceted Italian harpist Raoul Moretti

The Italian-Swiss harpist Raoul Moretti is a versatile and multi-faceted harpist with a very personal approach to the instrument. This has led him, over the years, to develop an artistic career path in search of a personal style, beginning with a degree in classical harp followed by research on the electro harp, a kaleidoscopic approach to composing through improvisation and the use of unconventional techniques.

Watch Concert: https://youtu.be/iHpO3iX7AC0

Nowadays he’s one of the most innovative harpists with an international trajectory, integrating his harp into different musical worlds (avant-garde, pop-rock, world music, electronics, nu-dance, classic, free improvising) and other forms of art (dance, painting, movie, video-installation) and many different ambients (theatre, clubs, disco, houses, streets, balconies, stations, airports, medical centres, professional studios). He’s regularly invited to international festivals around the world and to academies for workshops on electro-harp and electronics. He has performed in Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Spain, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Greece, China, Hong Kong, Paraguay, Chile, Mexico, Venezuela, the French Caribbean, Dominica, Brasil, Argentina and Australia. He won the “L’Artista che non c’era” prize in 2020, and along with the singer Beppe Dettori the “Archivio Cervo” Best Album Prize in 2020. He was also a finalist for the “Targa Tenco” prize in 2020. He’s the Artistic Director of the international festival Arpe del Mondo.

Informazioni

Data: Da Mar 6 Apr 2021 a Ven 30 Apr 2021

Ingresso : Libero


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