Andrea Capezzuoli e Compagnia

from 1000 EUR

Band - music from Italy to Quebec

What we offer
 

We play italian traditional songs (no Vasco, Capossela or Gigi d'Alessio) whit the quebecois sound; this mix is perfect if yuo think we mix our music whit French style.

Fiddle, melodeon and piano, cappella choir and foot tapping.. and that's it

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Members number: 4

Spoken languages: English, Italian, French

Starting point: Como (IT)

We travel up to: 250 km

QUINTETTO
Piano/voce, organetto/voce/podoritmia, violino/voce, contrabbasso, caller

QUARTETTO
Piano/voce, organetto/voce/podoritmia, violino/voce, caller

TRIO
Piano/voce, organetto/voce/podoritmia, violino/voce
Piano/voce, organetto/voce/podoritmia, caller
Piano, contrabbasso, violino

DUO
Piano, violino
Piano, organetto

Suitable for: Corporate Event, Wedding, Party, Club Event, Festival, Seasonal Event

Entertainment length: from 3 hours

Sound System: We don't have one

Lights system: We don't have one

Price from 1000 EUR to 1880 EUR

Cancellation policy: Standard

To perform, we need: We have no service audio, but we bring the instrument's professional microphones

La band esiste dal 2007: in 12 anni abbiamo suonato nei festival folk di tutta europa e perfino a Lima (referenze sul nostro sito web)
Our project is a mix: north italian traditional songs mixed by quebecois style
Legends, stories, songs, ballads and dances from the North of Italy are “spiced” with sounds, melodies and rhythms from different regions of Europe and America: from the romanticism of French mazurka to the overwhelming energy of the Quebec reel. A fusion music between folk and jazz, between tradition and innovation, which involves and captures the audience dragging him on a playful musical journey full of energy and complicity and characterized by the joy of the feast and by the good music pleasure. Accordions, sax, piano, guitar, fiddle and voices together with foot tapping.

The repertoire ranges from European folk dances, in couple and in groups (scottish, waltzes, mazurkas, circles, bourrées, rondeaux, chapelloises, Endro, etc.) to the music of Quebec, the French-speaking Canada (a sort of mélange between the Celtic-Irish folk and the French chanson of Breton-Vendée origin).
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