Giuseppe Di Bella (Sicily)

Giuseppe Di Bella was born in Enna, in the center of Sicily. Singer-songwriter, performer, poet, guitarist, he has his roots in a Mediterranean style that from Portuguese meets Portuguese fado, the songwriting and popular song of South America. From the influence of...

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Sicily Folk Orchestra (Sicily)

Sicily Folk Orchestra (SFO) comprises of ten permanent musicians plus guest vocalists. The focus is on Sicily, its rhythms and its songs. Fresh musical arrangements seek to include the sounds of traditional instruments such as the bagpipes, Jew's harp, tambourine,...

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Miramundo (Brazil/Spain/Italy)

The Carioca-Japanese-Portuguese-Italian songwriter, Luiz Murá, left Brazil seeking for the roots and connections of Brazilian music around the world. It was in Barcelona, a Mediterranean city in the middle of the planet, that he found the perfect environment to put at...

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Lóca (Hungary)

The folk band "Lóca" was founded in 2010 in Kecskemét, Hungary. The group plays Hungarian folk songs and offers concerts mainly for children and for families. They released their debut album this year which contains their own versions of popular Hungarian children...

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Saray Illuminado (Australia/Bosnia/Greece)

Saray Iluminado is performing as a trio, deriving from Melbourne-based band SARAY Iluminado that specialises in Sevdah from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sephardic Jewish Music from the Balkans. Among Australian audiences, this ensemble is becoming known for its unique...

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Himmerland (Denmark/Ghana/Sweden)

This is a band of very experienced musicians composing and performing original music from Denmark and beyond. They met while recording the album, "Himmerlandsmelodier", a project created by the founder of this band, composer and saxophone player Eskil Romme.After a...

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Harundo (Sicily/Bulgaria)

Sicilian Progressive Folk The musical project of the Catania band Harundo was born from an idea by bassist Giampiero Cannata, with the aim of revisiting the different traditional music of the Mediterranean and North-Eastern Europe, including them in a wider...

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Ermanno Panta & Banda Zeitun (Spain/Italy)

Zeitun, transforms Mediterranean soundscapes into jazz.The meeting of Ermanno Panta (vocals, flute, tenor sax), Sergi Gómez (flamenco guitar), Daniel Abad (double bass) and Luati González (drums), all four of them jazz musicians coming from Sicily, Catalonia and...

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Zomo Tanit (Chile/Italy)

From Italy to Chile … Zomo Tanit "Roots in the sea"The sea has no borders, it is a bridge between worlds.In this sea, three women of different origins met and with their feminine strength they stop a mestizo and migrant music, that unites the south of Italy with South...

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I Beddi (Sicily)

In 2010 i Beddi, musicians of Sicily, win the 11th edition of the Festival of the New Sicilian Song - Trinacria Award - organized by the staff of Antenna Sicilia with the Tarantella blues track. Tarantella Blues is the central piece of the second CD: Siciliazero,...

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Holddalanap (Hungary)

The best of Hungary’s world musicians work together the most relieving way in this charismatic group. HolddalaNap performs perfectly elaborated songs on the curly road between Hungarian folk music and flamenco music. What is even more special is the fact, that at...

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Red Grenadier (Australia)

Red Grenadier draw from a wide pool of musical influences; you’re sure to hear something different every time around. Sometimes pure voice rings through in unaccompanied arrangements; at other times, songs are built up through a rotating line up of guitar,...

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Karim Alishahi & Riccardo Gerbino (Iran/Italy)

Karim Alishahi: Iran has been an area of ​​bridges between East and West for thousands of years, inhabited by Indo-European peoples, in which music has at least two thousand five hundred years the status of a great art that has never ceased to develop and refine. The...

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Maria F. Martinez & Bartolomeo Barenghi (Colombia/Italy)

Combining solid classical training with later studies in jazz and a passion for popular music, the artistic universe of Bartolomeo Barenghi is a balance between all these musical orbits. This compendium is the characterizing element of his first record, "Prelude e...

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Mimì Sterrantino & Marco Corrao (Sicily)

Two songwriters from the province of Messina, with a common passion for Blues, Folk and Italian and English-speaking singer-songwriters, have decided to meet on stage and offer together their songs and some re-arranged covers by artists from whom they were inspired...

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Oi Dipnoi (Sicily)

Hailing from Sicily, Oi Dipnoi draws deeply from the wells of tradition while creating a new sound full of personality. The repertoire is rooted in the musical heritage of the region that was collected over the years from remaining communities of shepherds and...

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