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Event #11

Saturday 4 September, 08.00 pm

piazza d’Armi Fortezza Firmafede2 - euro 10.00
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Malika Ayane, Matteo Nucci

I start again from here

What is the origin of a song that is destined to enter the memory, to vibrate in the body, to mark a period until it takes on a life of its own? Malika Ayane, an extraordinary musician and songwriter, takes us on a journey to the source of inspiration by talking to the writer and essayist Matteo Nucci and singing some of her songs.

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Malika Ayane is a song-writer and singer from Milan. Firstly discovered by Caterina Caselli, she started her carreer with five participations to the Italian Festival of Sanremo, two "Mia Martini" Prizes, four Platinum cerifications and one Gold certification for her albums Malika AyaneGrovigliRicreazione and Naif. On March 2021 her latest album Malifesto was released.
ph: Julian Hargreaves

Matteo-Nucci1

Matteo Nucci was born in Rome in 1970. He is a scholar of ancient thought and editor of a new edition of Plato’s Symposium (Einaudi, 2009). His first novel, Sono comuni le cose degli amici, was finalist at Premio Strega 2010. In 2011 he wrote the novel-essay Il toro non sbaglia mai, published by Ponte alle Grazie. The narrative essay Le lacrime degli eroi (Einaudi, 2013) is about the weeping in homeric poems. In 2017 he wrote the novel È giusto obbedire alla notte (Ponte alle Grazie), also finalist at the Premio Strega. L’abisso di Eros, narrative essay on seduction from Homer to Plato, published by Ponte alle Grazie in 2018. His short stories have been published in main magazines, anthologies and e-books (such as Mai, 2014). He principally works with Il Venerdì di Repubblica and L’Espresso. He takes care of a taurine culture web: www.uominietori.it


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