Note Noire Quartet Live Performance
Dear Music Lovers,
I’m pleased to invite you to your favorite appointment of the month! This time we will enjoy the performance of the Note Noire Quartet, a “Gipsy Jazz” band from Florence with a significant international experience (see below the details). As usual, the InterNations group will meet before the music to socialize around a table, tasting the foods & drinks available at the Off Bar!
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21:30 Note Noire Quartet Live Performance
“The Note Noire quartet combines the musical worlds of the Mediterranean and Central Europe in its repertoire. Music is the possible crossing point between these two spheres, which are so unwittingly connected by sonorous traditions that are conserved hidden in the precious skilled hands of gypsy musicians. But music is never pure conservation, and always finds its own way – just like water, or similarly to populations that are obliged to move around. It is not by chance that the Note Noire sound takes its inspiration from the sound of the ensembles of Django Reinhardt: a veritable carrier of European music in the direction of jazz during the period between the two World Wars, but – at the same time – the launcher of an enormous quantity of timbres and expressions that are typical of the tradition of the peoples of the ancient world.”
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- The venue does not accept reservations, they will arrange for us in real time
- If you arrive late, pls ask for InterNations group to the personnel at the bar
- Menu à la carte online at link Protected content
- For info & details, please feel free to contact me at your full convenience.
Looking forward to see you at the Off Bar, thank you and best regards by now!
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