Ready to get on board? Appointment on August 14th in the gardens of Castel S.Angelo to follow a metropolitan train that will touch the most colorful stations of ethnic music, from indie folk to the Balkans, from Rome to Flamenco passing through the klezmer, on the wings of rhythm and playfulness.
I Traindeville, Ludovica Valori on vocals, accordion and trombone and Paolo Camerini on double bass, acoustic bass and loop, traveled the streets of Italy, USA, Germany, Poland and India, gathering joy and participation everywhere organizing music workshops with children from orphanages and Indian schools.
In Rome they performed in summer events, comedy evenings, dance and poetry, markets, book presentations and art exhibitions as well as many other street and party situations.
With the first cd „Shadows and Lights“ their path has been enriched with new sounds: bouzouki and violin, ukulele and acoustic guitar for original compositions in Italian, English and Spanish. The disc was included in the list of the best independent records released in Rome in 2015 by Romasuona.it and in the list of 30 indie Italian CDs reported by MEI (Meeting of Independent Labels).
The second disc, „Caffè Fortuna“, co-produced by a crowdfunding campaign and released in December 2017, contains ten original songs in Italian and English as well as two traditional songs: a very special version of „Maremma Amara“ and the classic Balkan „Ajde Jano „.
Location: Piazza Adriana, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Date: August 14
Cost: Free entry
Piazza Adriana, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, ItalyPrice