Simone cristicchi magazzino 18

Magazzino 18

simone cristicchi magazzino 18

8 Febbraio - Nella notte dei Duetti Simone Cristicchi con Ermal Meta CURA DI ME”, la prima raccolta dei piu grandi successi di Simone Cristicchi in uscita il.

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The versatile and versatile Italian singer-songwriter Simone Cristicchi brings his show to the Bellini Theater 18 warehouse , which debuted in the at the Politeama Rossetti theater in Trieste. Contested and discussed above all from the extreme left, 18 warehouse he is an emotional and moved "Musical-Civile" on the drama of the foibe and on the Istrian exodus occurred between the '43 and the' The show was written in collaboration with the journalist Jas Bernas and directed by Antonio Calenda and tells, with very few elements on stage, only "A chair, stacked together with many others, bears a name, an abbreviation, a number and the writing Exodus Service" , a very painful page in the history of Italy, of a complex and never quite known story of our twentieth century, through the "voice" of some testimonies that belong to everyday life. Simone Cristicchi was struck by this poorly frequented page of our history and decided to retrace it in a text that takes its title from that place in the Old Port of Trieste, where the exiles, homeless and often close to face long periods in refugee camps or exhausting journeys to distant destinations in the world, they left their property, waiting to be able to re-possess them in the future: the 18 Warehouse. Cristicchi will start from private objects , still kept at the Port of Trieste, to bring to light every life that is hidden there, through a historical reportage that is expressed in a new form, which perhaps can be defined " Musical-Civil ". It will be touchingly evoked the complex situation of the Italians "remained" in those lands, with a background of songs and unpublished music by Simone Cristicchi, performed live.

Many applauses and a well deserved standing ovation for Simone Cristicchi , which led to the Bellini Theater of Naples his "musical-civil" 18 warehouse inspired by one of the most painful and forgotten pages in the history of Italy. A show that sees Cristicchi as a singer, narrator, teacher and evocative of what the Italians too easily forgot and made forgotten. Because unfortunately in Italy still many too many know that our country 70 years ago lost some territories with the peace treaty of , after the defeat of the second world war. All very Italian locations, which were handed over to Tito's Yugoslavia, which began at that time its communist dictatorship, including attacks and acts of gratuitous violence against those who had always lived in those lands, in those houses, and that one day others have been identified with fascists, to be killed, to be killed, to be chased away forever. From 1 January and until March of the same year, thousands and thousands of Italians there are at least thousand of them decided to surrender to Tito's totalitarianism, and choose the exodus , the risk of emigrating from their native lands, to reach the homeland beyond the Adriatic, and hope for a better future.

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It tells of an enormously painful page in the history of Italy, a complex event from our twentieth century that is not known well enough. Similarly catalogued are a wardrobe, and then mattresses, beds, crockery, photographs, simple toys, other objects, other numbers, other names… Common objects that accompanied the passage of so many lives: a passage abruptly interrupted by History, by the exodus. With the peace treaty of Italy lost vast areas of Istria and the coastal strip, and nearly , people — faced with an intricate situation fraught with danger — chose to leave the land of their birth, which became Yugoslavia, and continue their lives in Italy. It is not easy to be able to really imagine what their state of mind was, with what suffering entire families packed up all their few belongings and left behind their cities, their homes, their roots. In front of them lay only difficulty, poverty, insecurity, and often suspicion.

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Magazzino Storie Italiani Esuli Distria by Bernas Jan Cristicchi Simone

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Faidropexiz says:

    Italian pop musician Simone Cristicchi was born in Rome on February 5,

  2. Angelines C. says:

    At the theater "Magazzino 18", the musical musical of Simone Cristicchi. With the peace treaty of Italy lost vast territories of Istria and the coastal strip, and.

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