Ambrogio Sparagna and the soloists of the Orchestra Popolare Italiana as a Trio, in a vocal-instrumental project that leads you through an original journey into the Italian music of serenades and ballads, lullabies and love tarantella, frenetic rhythms and jacks.
The repertoire includes eighteenth centuries arias, villanelles and romances, and also some lightweight songs, linked to popular tradition.
A special occasion to discover an important but still undervalued musical heritage and even a small village festival listening to the rhythms, melodies, regional languages and curious musical instruments that have shaped the cultural history of Italy.
Soloists who have a rich and important experience always careful to involve the public and to do so "walk" them through a lively and entertaining show.
"A Trio telling an entire Orchestra with songs and traditional instruments that allow the creation of a fascinating itinerary in the Italian popular music. What is most striking is how each artist on the scene is able to enclose a world of sounds and traditions. Valentina with its rhythms, Erasmus with its curious musical instruments and especially Ambrogio Sparagna with his compositions and his insights as a real Conductor." - Music Time Magazine