Robertinho De Paula “Tribute to Irio”

Jazz and copyright samba for a concerto dedicated to Irio De Paula who inaugurated in 1974 the Brass Group Jazz Club. The historical cellar of Via Duca della Verdura which would become the seat of the most ancient italian jazz club. Onstage, “Tribute to Irio” with the son, Robertinho De Paula, worthy heir of the famous artist. Who for the occasion, returned in Palermo, he remembered through the sound of jazz-samba, Irio De Paula. On 22 Februarty 1974, Irio himself inaugurated the extraordinary and historical cellar of Palermo, in all respects equal to the european clubs where the most prestigious representatives of jazz music have played. The concert fascinated the audiences with bossa, samba, ballads, with sounds marked by the most full-bodied and robust jazz of afro-american tradition. Robertinho has been accompanied for the occasion by the singer Ana Flora and by a rhythmic section of masters from the Popular Music School (Scuola Popolare di Musica) of the Foundation: Diego Spitaleri (on the piano), Fabio Lannino (on the contrabass), Fabrizio Giambanco (on the drums) and completed by Vincenzo Favara (on percussions)

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Robertinho De Paula “Tribute to Irio”

Jazz and copyright samba for a concerto dedicated to Irio De Paula who inaugurated in 1974 the Brass Group Jazz Club. The historical cellar of Via Duca della Verdura which would become the seat of the most ancient italian jazz club. Onstage, “Tribute to Irio” with the son, Robertinho De Paula, worthy heir of the famous artist. Who for the occasion, returned in Palermo, he remembered through the sound of jazz-samba, Irio De Paula. On 22 Februarty 1974, Irio himself inaugurated the extraordinary and historical cellar of Palermo, in all respects equal to the european clubs where the most prestigious representatives of jazz music have played. The concert fascinated the audiences with bossa, samba, ballads, with sounds marked by the most full-bodied and robust jazz of afro-american tradition. Robertinho has been accompanied for the occasion by the singer Ana Flora and by a rhythmic section of masters from the Popular Music School (Scuola Popolare di Musica) of the Foundation: Diego Spitaleri (on the piano), Fabio Lannino (on the contrabass), Fabrizio Giambanco (on the drums) and completed by Vincenzo Favara (on percussions)

Introduction di Robertinho de Paula
Presentation
Our recommendation
Report Rai
Interview Repubblica Tv