"Un Paese per la Musica"
"Un paese per la musica"
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"Quarna Un Paese per la Musica" is a music festival of live music, which takes place every year in Quarna, a charming little town immersed in the green of the mountains of Lake Orta, in Upper Piedmont.
The review hosts internationally renowned artists, and lesser-known ones, and offers classical, band, jazz and contemporary music events, in collected spaces, suitable for acoustic listening, interactive performances and improvisation.
"Quarna Un Paese per la Musica"is the lively and vital expression of almost 200 years of Quarna's musical culture, matured both in the production of wind instruments and in the formation and promotion of music, played and listened to, among young people and less young.
"Quarna Un Paese per la Musica" is a meeting place of local tradition and international cultures and trends, where the physical closeness between artists and simple enthusiasts allows the integration and sharing of universal values that live music brings with it .
Passion and tradition
"Quarna,Un Paese per la Musica" was born in 1980, with a generally classical repertoire.
Beginning in the 1990, on the basis of the accrued interests of local enthusiasts and the relationships established by the internationally renowned saxophone factory of Quarna, the program took on a strong jazz imprint, even though it retains ample space for other genres music.
Since then, international artists and local musicians have performed in previous editions at Quarna during the summer season.
Giuliano Crivelli, Stefano Gori, Luciano Maglio, Anselmo Quartagno
Giorgio Coppi, Paolo Milesi Claudio Bovio Angelo Ruspa