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Il più grande e famoso festival dell'Umbria!

Chi non conosce Umbria Jazz, una delle kermesse Jazz tra le più famose ed importanti d'Italia? 10 giorni del mese di Luglio dove Perugia si dedica ed abbraccia il meglio del jazz (e non solo) italiano ed internazionale, tra l'Arena Santa Giuliana, il Teatro Pavone, l'Oratorio Santa Cecilia, Piazza IV Novembre ed i giardini Carducci.

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Il Festival nacque ufficialmente il 23 Agosto 1973, concerti degli Aktuala e dell'orchestra di Thad Jones e Mel Lewis, nelle cui fila militava una giovanissima Dee Dee Bridgewater, al teatro naturale di Villalago, Piediluco (TR). Merito degli sforzi di Carlo Pagnotta, commerciante perugino appassionato di jazz.
La formula della manifestazione dei primi anni è decisamente diversa rispetto all'attuale: itinerante e gratuito, tra alcuni dei luoghi più belli del Cuore Verde d'Italia come, oltre Villalago, piazza del Popolo di Todi, piazza IV Novembre a Perugia, il teatro romano a Gubbio, la fortezza dell'Albornoz a Spoleto e piazza San Francesco a Umbertide.

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Il successo di pubblico fu enorme ed immediato. Troppo enorme ed immediato, tant'è che cominciarono ad esserci problemi logistici, organizzativi e di sicurezza non indifferenti. L'Umbria scoppiava di gente. Per dire, Count Basie una volta non riuscì a raggiungere il palco, preso in un ingorgo di folla.
Il '76 fu l'anno più scuro, condizionato dalla tensione degli anni di piombo. E nel '77 non ci fu nessun Umbria Jazz. Si provò ad organizzare una nuova edizione nel '78, ma i problemi non erano certo spariti, anzi. E così un festival che aveva ospitato gente del calibro di Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, Keith Jarrett e molti altri ancora, per 3 anni dovette fermarsi.

Si riparte nel 1982. Umbria Jazz acquisisce il format definitivo diventando stanziale, stabilendosi nel centro storico di Perugia e, per i concerti più importanti, diventa a pagamento.
Ed anche il cartellone muta: non solo jazz ortodosso ma anche musica nera con divagazioni nel pop-rock, come testimoniano le apparizioni di Elton John, Carlos Santana ed Eric Clapton.
Nel 1985 nasce l'Associazione Umbria jazz, della quale è attualmente il presidente Renzo Arbore.

Il cuore di Perugia diventa per 10 giorni un villaggio musicale globale, dove ad ogni ora si ascoltano note tra i palazzi e le piazze medievali. Una vera e propria manna per gli appassionati di buona musica. E non solo per loro.

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The largest and most famous festival of the Umbria!

Who doesn't know Umbria Jazz, one of the most famous Jazz festival in Italy? 10 days of the month of July where Perugia devoted himself and embraces the best of the Italian and International jazz (not only), between the Arena Santa Giuliana, the Pavone theatreOratorio Santa CeciliaPiazza IV Novembre and the Carducci gardens.

The Festival was officially born August 23rd, 1973, concerts of Aktuala and Thad Jones & Mel Lewis orchestra, in whose ranks one militant young Dee Dee Bridgewater, at natural theater of Villalago in Piediluco (TR). Merit of the efforts of Carlo Pagnotta, Perugino merchant and jazz fan.
The formula of the show for the first years is definitely different than it does today: touring and free, between some of the most beautiful locations in the Green Heart of Italy as well Villalago, Piazza del Popolo in Todi, Piazza IV Novembre in Perugia, the Romano theater in Gubbio, the Albornoz Fortress in Spoleto and Piazza San Francesco in Umbertide.

The success of public was enormous and immediate. Too enormous and immediate, so much so that there began to be logistical, organizational and security problems. The Umbria was bursting with so many people. To say, Count Basie once failed to reach the stage, caught in a traffic jam of people.
The year '76 was the darker, conditioned by the tension of the Italian 'anni di piombo'. And in '77 there was no Umbria Jazz. Another edition was organized in '78, but the problems were not gone, indeed. And thus a festival that hosted the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, Keith Jarrett and many others, had to stop for 3 years.

It set off again in 1982. Umbria Jazz captures the final format becoming sedentary, settling in the historic center of Perugia, and for the most important concerts, getting with fee.
And also the billboard changes, not only orthodox jazz but also black music with asides in the pop-rock, as evidenced by the appearances of Elton John, Carlos Santana and Eric Clapton.
In 1985, the Association Umbria Jazz, which is currently the president Renzo Arbore.

The heart of Perugia for 10 days becomes a global musical village, where every hour you listen to notes between the medieval buildings and squares. A real godsend for fans of good music. And not just for them.

Fabrizio Galeazzi

2013 Umbria Jazz will take place from July 5th to 14th, and at the Arena Santa Giuliana Diana Krall on July 5th; Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock e Jack DeJohnette on July 7th; July 8th will be the turn of John Legend; Friday, July 12th world première with the formidable piano Duo Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea.

Umbria Jazz 2013 Offers

During Umbria Jazz 2013 Bella Umbria offers a selection of the best deals for the stay to attend the 40th anniversary of the most famous music festival in Umbria.  Look at the offers for Umbria Jazz 2013.

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The largest and most famous festival in Umbria!

Who doesn't know Umbria Jazz, one of the most famous Jazz festival in Italy? 10 days of the month of July where Perugia devoted himself and embraces the best of the Italian and International jazz (not only), between the Arena Santa Giuliana, the Pavone theatreOratorio Santa CeciliaPiazza IV Novembre and the Carducci gardens.

The Festival was officially born August 23rd, 1973, concerts of Aktuala and Thad Jones & Mel Lewis orchestra, in whose ranks one militant young Dee Dee Bridgewater, at natural theater of Villalago in Piediluco (TR). Merit of the efforts of Carlo Pagnotta, Perugino merchant and jazz fan.
The formula of the show for the first years is definitely different than it does today: touring and free, between some of the most beautiful locations in the Green Heart of Italy as well Villalago, Piazza del Popolo in Todi, Piazza IV Novembre in Perugia, the Romano theater in Gubbio, the Albornoz Fortress in Spoleto and Piazza San Francesco in Umbertide.

The success of public was enormous and immediate. Too enormous and immediate, so much so that there began to be logistical, organizational and security problems. The Umbria was bursting with so many people. To say, Count Basie once failed to reach the stage, caught in a traffic jam of people.
The year '76 was the darker, conditioned by the tension of the Italian 'anni di piombo'. And in '77 there was no Umbria Jazz. Another edition was organized in '78, but the problems were not gone, indeed. And thus a festival that hosted the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, Keith Jarrett and many others, had to stop for 3 years.

It set off again in 1982. Umbria Jazz captures the final format becoming sedentary, settling in the historic center of Perugia, and for the most important concerts, getting with fee.
And also the billboard changes, not only orthodox jazz but also black music with asides in the pop-rock, as evidenced by the appearances of Elton John, Carlos Santana and Eric Clapton.
In 1985, the Association Umbria Jazz, which is currently the president Renzo Arbore.

The heart of Perugia for 10 days becomes a global musical village, where every hour you listen to notes between the medieval buildings and squares. A real godsend for fans of good music. And not just for them.

Fabrizio Galeazzi

2013 Umbria Jazz will take place from July 5th to 14th, and at the Arena Santa Giuliana Diana Krall on July 5th; Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock e Jack DeJohnette on July 7th; July 8th will be the turn of John Legend; Friday, July 12th world première with the formidable piano Duo Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea.

Umbria Jazz 2013 Offers

During Umbria Jazz 2013 Bella Umbria offers a selection of the best deals for the stay to attend the 40th anniversary of the most famous music festival in Umbria.  Look at the offers for Umbria Jazz 2013.

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The largest and most famous festival in Umbria!

Who doesn't know Umbria Jazz, one of the most famous Jazz festival in Italy? 10 days of the month of July where Perugia devoted himself and embraces the best of the Italian and International jazz (not only), between the Arena Santa Giuliana, the Pavone theatreOratorio Santa CeciliaPiazza IV Novembre and the Carducci gardens.

The Festival was officially born August 23rd, 1973, concerts of Aktuala and Thad Jones & Mel Lewis orchestra, in whose ranks one militant young Dee Dee Bridgewater, at natural theater of Villalago in Piediluco (TR). Merit of the efforts of Carlo Pagnotta, Perugino merchant and jazz fan.
The formula of the show for the first years is definitely different than it does today: touring and free, between some of the most beautiful locations in the Green Heart of Italy as well Villalago, Piazza del Popolo in Todi, Piazza IV Novembre in Perugia, the Romano theater in Gubbio, the Albornoz Fortress in Spoleto and Piazza San Francesco in Umbertide.

The success of public was enormous and immediate. Too enormous and immediate, so much so that there began to be logistical, organizational and security problems. The Umbria was bursting with so many people. To say, Count Basie once failed to reach the stage, caught in a traffic jam of people.
The year '76 was the darker, conditioned by the tension of the Italian 'anni di piombo'. And in '77 there was no Umbria Jazz. Another edition was organized in '78, but the problems were not gone, indeed. And thus a festival that hosted the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, Keith Jarrett and many others, had to stop for 3 years.

It set off again in 1982. Umbria Jazz captures the final format becoming sedentary, settling in the historic center of Perugia, and for the most important concerts, getting with fee.
And also the billboard changes, not only orthodox jazz but also black music with asides in the pop-rock, as evidenced by the appearances of Elton John, Carlos Santana and Eric Clapton.
In 1985, the Association Umbria Jazz, which is currently the president Renzo Arbore.

The heart of Perugia for 10 days becomes a global musical village, where every hour you listen to notes between the medieval buildings and squares. A real godsend for fans of good music. And not just for them.

Fabrizio Galeazzi

2013 Umbria Jazz will take place from July 5th to 14th, and at the Arena Santa Giuliana Diana Krall on July 5th; Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock e Jack DeJohnette on July 7th; July 8th will be the turn of John Legend; Friday, July 12th world première with the formidable piano Duo Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea.

Umbria Jazz 2013 Offers

During Umbria Jazz 2013 Bella Umbria offers a selection of the best deals for the stay to attend the 40th anniversary of the most famous music festival in Umbria.  Look at the offers for Umbria Jazz 2013.

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The largest and most famous festival in Umbria!

Who doesn't know Umbria Jazz, one of the most famous Jazz festival in Italy? 10 days of the month of July where Perugia devoted himself and embraces the best of the Italian and International jazz (not only), between the Arena Santa Giuliana, the Pavone theatreOratorio Santa CeciliaPiazza IV Novembre and the Carducci gardens.

The Festival was officially born August 23rd, 1973, concerts of Aktuala and Thad Jones & Mel Lewis orchestra, in whose ranks one militant young Dee Dee Bridgewater, at natural theater of Villalago in Piediluco (TR). Merit of the efforts of Carlo Pagnotta, Perugino merchant and jazz fan.
The formula of the show for the first years is definitely different than it does today: touring and free, between some of the most beautiful locations in the Green Heart of Italy as well Villalago, Piazza del Popolo in Todi, Piazza IV Novembre in Perugia, the Romano theater in Gubbio, the Albornoz Fortress in Spoleto and Piazza San Francesco in Umbertide.

The success of public was enormous and immediate. Too enormous and immediate, so much so that there began to be logistical, organizational and security problems. The Umbria was bursting with so many people. To say, Count Basie once failed to reach the stage, caught in a traffic jam of people.
The year '76 was the darker, conditioned by the tension of the Italian 'anni di piombo'. And in '77 there was no Umbria Jazz. Another edition was organized in '78, but the problems were not gone, indeed. And thus a festival that hosted the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Art Blakey, Charles Mingus, Gil Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp, Keith Jarrett and many others, had to stop for 3 years.

It set off again in 1982. Umbria Jazz captures the final format becoming sedentary, settling in the historic center of Perugia, and for the most important concerts, getting with fee.
And also the billboard changes, not only orthodox jazz but also black music with asides in the pop-rock, as evidenced by the appearances of Elton John, Carlos Santana and Eric Clapton.
In 1985, the Association Umbria Jazz, which is currently the president Renzo Arbore.

The heart of Perugia for 10 days becomes a global musical village, where every hour you listen to notes between the medieval buildings and squares. A real godsend for fans of good music. And not just for them.

Fabrizio Galeazzi

2013 Umbria Jazz will take place from July 5th to 14th, and at the Arena Santa Giuliana Diana Krall on July 5th; Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock e Jack DeJohnette on July 7th; July 8th will be the turn of John Legend; Friday, July 12th world première with the formidable piano Duo Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea.

Umbria Jazz 2013 Offers

During Umbria Jazz 2013 Bella Umbria offers a selection of the best deals for the stay to attend the 40th anniversary of the most famous music festival in Umbria.  Look at the offers for Umbria Jazz 2013.

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