Sunday 7 May first appointment with Jammin 'in 2006.
The new review created by the Musica per Roma Foundation in collaboration with the Saint Louis College of Music. Every Sunday, from May to July, starting from 11.30 to 16, the best musicians trained in the prestigious Roman school will perform in the Cavea of the Parco della Musica.
Thirteen free concerts to listen to jazz, blues and rock music by new Italian talents.
In addition, during the concerts, the public will be able to sit at the BArt, the Auditorium café, and enjoy brunch (12 euros). The initiative is organized on the occasion of the 30 years of activity of the Saint Louis.
Founded in 1976 in the heart of Rome, the School hosts every year over 1,000 students from all over Italy and boasts a teaching staff made up of 64 nationally and internationally renowned musicians directed by Maestro Stefano Mastruzzi. Precisely on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary, the third operational headquarters will be inaugurated in September 2006, again in the Monti district.
It is the only School of Jazz, Blues and Rock music to have achieved the acknowledgment of the Ministry of Education, University and Research, as well as being accredited as a professional training institution for "Modern orchestra musicians" and " Sound technicians ”at the Lazio Region.
In the 2006 Jammin 'review, the groups will be accompanied for the occasion by exceptional "godparents": Javier Girotto, Rosario Giuliani, Enzo Pietropaoli, Fabrizio Bosso, Gabriele Mirabassi e Roberto Gatto. These already established artists will support the youngest in a generational exchange of musical ideas, contributing their own experience to their music.
Every night two concerts, every night two special guests, every night new sounds, all to be listened to.