28th Edition

From 5th to 13th September 2020 - Online Edition

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS

View the rules and register online for the "International Competition or Guitar" ONLINE EDITION

28th International Guitar Festival-City of Mottola

17- 21 December 2020 - Winter Online Edition!

Thursday 17 December - 7.00 pm

SE.GO.VI.O. QUARTET “Dances and soundtracks”

Salvatore Seminara – guitar
Stefano Gori – flute
Paolo Vignani – accordion
Gabriele Oglina – clarinet

https://youtu.be/i5jo3oaqnK0

Friday 18 December - 7.00 pm

GASSA D’AMANTE “Musical journey through the knots
of the Mediterranean”

Claudio Prima - accordion and voice
Morris Pellizzari - guitars and voice

https://youtu.be/fs-iV-OaAgo

Monday 21 December - 7.00 pm

RAIZ & RADICANTO “Mediterranean Imaginary Music”

Raiz - voice
Giuseppe De Trizio - guitar

All the activities will be broadcast for free on Facebook, YouTube Mottola Guitar Festival channel and www.mottolafestival.com
 
 
NEWS
 
Dear Friends of the Festival,
the 28th International Guitar Festival-City of Mottola is back with 3 unmissable events for its Winter Online Edition!
Let's start on Thursday December 17 with the Se.Go.Vi.O. Quartet in "Dances and soundtracks" with Salvatore Seminara (guitar), Stefano Gori (flute), Paolo Vignani (accordion) and Gabriele Oglina (clarinet), the pieces are chosen and arranged very well in order to best emphasize the expressive possibilities of each single instrument of the group.
Friday December 18 we'll follow the Gassa D’Amante duo with Claudio Prima (accordion and voice) and Morris Pellizzari (guitars and voice) in the "Musical journey through the knots of the Mediterranean". Their musical project is a sort of intimate dialogue between the cultural and musical contaminations of the Mediterranean, starting from Salento to the Balkans, Turkey, Algeria and Spain, through both unpublished and traditional rearranged songs.
The final evening of Monday December 21 is entrusted to a very special duo: Raiz & Radicanto. Theirs is a hybrid music, a concert at the same time refined and powerful, in which the author's songs by Raiz of Almamegretta are reread with rhythm and elegance in a deconstructed key, brought back to its essence, the journey, through the guitar of Giuseppe De Trizio of Radicanto. A succession of Sephardic cantigas, psalms, Neapolitan songs, Portuguese fado, North African, Middle Eastern and Asian rhythms that make the Mediterranean a reality without borders.
The result is a music made of interaction and mutual influence… not to be missed❗️
You are all invited ?
All appointments will be broadcast on
? https://www.facebook.com/mottolafestival/
? https://www.youtube.com/user/MottolaGuitarFest
Michele Libraro | Artistic director
 
All the activities will be broadcast for free on Facebook, YouTube Mottola Guitar Festival channel and www.mottolafestival.com

28th International Guitar Festival-City of Mottola

17- 21 December 2020 - Winter Online Edition!

Monday 21 December - 7.00 pm

RAIZ & RADICANTO “Mediterranean Imaginary Music”

Raiz - voice
Giuseppe De Trizio - guitar

Link available from 7:05 pm

https://youtu.be/iMl1_4wKKbU

SIAE Code n. 202000000256 -  05/09/2020

All the activities will be broadcast for free on Facebook, YouTube Mottola Guitar Festival channel and www.mottolafestival.com

Concerts 2020

All the activities will be broadcast for free on Facebook, YouTube Mottola Guitar Festival channel and www.mottolafestival.com

 
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MATEUSZ KOWALSKI, guitar

EUROSTRINGS ARTISTS
SILVIO BILIC, guitar
DÁVID FELLEGI, guitar
CASSIE MARTIN, guitar
BRUNO PINO MATEOS, guitar
LOVRO PERETIC, guitar
 

 

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