Village music, amid history and folk roots

This rich heritage dating back to ancient Rome has shaped European culture through rituals, ways of life and customs.

Subiaco, RM, Italia

From 22/09/2018 to 22/09/2020, Subiaco

Enhancing and safeguarding our intangible artistic and historical heritage through ethno-musicological research and subsequent concert activities, specifically devised and structured to promote European culture through songs, rituals, traditions, stories and tales. Europe is bound together by countless unifying elements, especially in the various forms of artistic expression, deriving from age-old mutual relationships as well as ancient exchanges between the various countries. Traditional music with its languages, dances, ways of life and customs is one of these. It is a common element that helps to establish dialogue, strengthen respect for different cultures and encourage exchange and knowledge, and therefore a sense of belonging and intercultural integration.

 

Silvia Nardelli, Musiche dai borghi.

 

Silvia Nardelli, Musiche dai borghi.

 

Silvia Nardelli, Musiche dai borghi.

 

Silvia Nardelli, Musiche dai borghi.

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