As part of the exhibition “Giovedì sera al MANN. Le Arti in giardino tra mito e natura”, the National Archeological Museum of Naples opens its doors to the visitors.
On Thursday June 30th at 7.00 p.m. a lecture entitled “Demetra, i cereali ed il pane pompeiano” will take place, Mr Paolo Giulierini, Director of the National Archeological Museum of Naples, Mr Francesco Tei, Director of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment Sciences at the University of Perugia, Mr Paolo Gramaglia, starred chef at the restaurant President of Pompeii, will take part in the lecture. The journalist Luciano Pignataro will be the chairman of the lecture.
The jazz concert by Paolo Recchia Trio will take place later on at 9.00 p.m. The three musicians (Paolo Recchia, on sax, Enrico Bracco on guitar, Nicola Borrelli on contrabass) will present the new album “Peace Hotel”, including original pieces and standard pieces of jazz music completely rearranged and revisited by Recchia in a pianoless and drumless version and it is produced by the Japanese label Albòre Jazz.
“Peace Hotel” is inspired by a real place, which also becomes, in Paolo Recchia’s imaginary world, a metaphysical place of perfect equilibrium where serenity, delight and love reign. In a strictly music sense, this collection of pieces represents a further step towards the carrying out of an inner creative project of personal research, thought for the trio as a natural consequence of the musical and human feelings which were created in the previous album (“Three for Getz”, Albòre Jazz, 2013).
In “Peace Hotel” the trio proposes a style attentive to dynamics, made up of warm and mysterious atmospheres: on guitar Enrico Bracco, skilful, sophisticated, who succeeds in mixing tradition and modernity; on contrabass Nicola Borrelli with a solid swing and an impeccable sense of rhythm.
“Peace Hotel” is made up of 9 pieces, which bear the signature of each component of the trio, besides standard pieces of jazz tradition and American songbook. The songs of the album have been selected in such a way as to reflect the young leader’s way of being and way of making jazz music: freely, but in the observance of the rules in the pursuit both of quality and originality.
Entrance to the Museum: from 7.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m.
Price of admittance ticket: Euro 2,00
For information please contact the phone number 081 4433376 275