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Arci Orchidea Club

GIANGI SAINATO ELECTROACUSTIC TRIO

GIANGI SAINATO ELECTROACUSTIC TRIO
GIANGI SAINATO ELECTROACUSTIC TRIO

Time & Location

13 Jan 2024, 22:00 – 22:05

Arci Orchidea Club, Via delle Rocche, 31, 16038 Santa Margherita Ligure GE, Italy

About the event

Saturday 13.01.2024 GIANGI SAINATO ELECTROACUSTIC TRIO

Giangi Sainato - guitar Nicola Bruno - bass Folco Fedele - drums

9.30pm: Club opening 10.00 pm: concert Entrance €10.00 Reserved for Arci members. Info and reservations: arcisanta@gmail.com

The guitarist-composer Giangi Sainato, who has been carrying out his acoustic project for years, passing through different styles, from classical to Latin music, mixing the harmonies of jazz with the languages of blues and rock, this time proposes his music with a support more sustained rhythm, thanks to the personal style of the drummer Folco Fedele and the virtuosity of Nicola Bruno's electric bass. The program includes songs taken from the three albums in the name of Giangi Sainato plus some unreleased songs and tributes to the greats of instrumental music of contamination.

GIANGI SAINATO Giangi Sainato, Genoese, guitarist and composer, is considered one of the most important exponents of Genoese guitar art. He has three albums under his belt, all containing unreleased songs. In his music it is possible to recognize the energy of rock, the harmony of jazz combined with the language of blues and flamenco. He has collaborated, among others, with Sandro Giacobbe, Gian Piero Alloisio, Riccardo Zappa, Paolo Giordano, Maurizio Lastrico (2012 tour), Dado Sezzi, Mario Arcari. In the theatrical field he has written for Nancy Brilli and recently for the show "Caro Eduardo" with the actress and singer Lina Sastri, resulting in a live presence in the summer of 2016. He participated in the 2015 edition of the "Pistoia Blues Festival", playing his original songs. He played in London (The Cobden Club, British Museum) and in the summer of 2018 in Pamplona (Spain) for the “La Muralla en Danza” Festival. Recently, his acoustic version of the famous "Europa" by the famous Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana received praise from the author of the famous instrumental piece himself.

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