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Next March 19th Pino Daniele he would have turned 67. On his birthday, the usual memorial will be held at the PalaPartenope conceived by Nello Daniele, brother of the great Neapolitan singer-songwriter. On the sidelines of this event, Friday 18 March, at 9 pm, on Trianon Viviani the artist will remember with the concert Pino Daniele Opera, which sees the participation of musicians, including historical collaborators of “Nero a mezzo”. The evening in the Neapolitan song theater will be directed by Paolo Raffone, Pino’s longtime friend and arranger of some of his songs, who created it together with the singer-interpreter Michele Simonelli, for the production of Wing and Record Me. Simonelli will be accompanied by a chamber ensemble of nine elements. Special guests of the concert Rosario Jermano, Ernesto Vitolo, Antonio Onorato, Roberto Giangrande – on several occasions alongside Pino – and Jerry Popolo.
“Pino Daniele Opera” is a chamber opera in the strict sense, with a dialogue between the voices of the instruments – they explain Raffone and Simonelli -: a real concert in which we strongly wanted to keep the sentiment and soul of Pino’s songs intact: an exciting journey to rediscover, under an unprecedented sound, all those suggestions that spread naturally from the melodies and verses of the songs of the artist who brought “Naples” and its music back to the center of the national and international artistic universe ».
With Raffone’s original arrangements, they will be interpreted sixteen of the songwriter’s greatest hits, which go chronologically from Napule è, from the 1977 album Terra mia – in which Pino fully expresses a deep bond with the Neapolitan and Mediterranean tradition both for the sounds and for the lyrics – to Senza ‘e te, from 2001, contained in the so-called Medina. The ensemble consists of Alessandro de Carolis (flute), Marco Patierno (clarinet), Alessia Viti (violin), Marco Traverso (viola), Giovanni Sanarico (cello), Cira Romano (harp), Lorenzo Traverso (piano), Eduardo Robbio (mandolin and mandoloncello) and Pasquale De Paola (drums). For this concert, in the spirit of the party, the Trianon Viviani involved some of the many fan clubs dedicated to Pino Daniele.