Foligno (PG) dal 9 all’11 Ottobre 2015 ospiterà l’14esima edizione di Umbria World Fest, festival con l’obiettivo di promuovere la multiculturalità attraverso molteplici forme di espressione artistica.

Mostre fotografiche di alto livello, letture portfolio aperte a tutti i fotografi, un premio fotografico, incontri con gli autori, workshop fotografici e tanta musica dal vivo. Sono questi gli ingredienti vincenti di Umbria World Fest, che a partire dal 9 ottobre animerà le strade e i palazzi storici di Foligno (PG).

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Giunto alla quattordicesima edizione, quello di Foligno è un festival musicale (ex Canti e discanti) che da quattro anni ha aperto alla fotografia di qualità, dando vita un connubio unico in Italia.

Il Festival intende, attraverso i suoni del passato, ripercorrere le strade della tradizione, riscoprendo i colori, le atmosfere ed i valori di un tempo che fu. Uno spettacolo suggestivo che si distingue non solo per la qualità delle proposte musicali, ma anche per i suggestivi siti scelti per i concerti: piazze storiche, palazzi, chiostri e chiese.

L’intento è dar valore a quanto rimane dell’esperienza musicale degli antichi suonatori, far conoscere i loro strumenti, trasmettere al pubblico il fascino del produrre musica con la genuinità delle antiche tecniche di esecuzione, tuttora presenti lungo l’intero arco appenninico umbro.

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Il Festival ha poi ampliato i propri orizzonti diventando un “World Music Festival”  che si propone di diffondere ed approfondire i linguaggi artistici delle diverse culture del mondo, seguendo un processo di multiculturalità attraverso le diverse forme di espressione artistica.

Umbria World Festival, questa la nuova denominazione del Festival dopo aver iniziato come “Canti & Discanti”, è considerato ormai dalla critica come uno dei più importanti Festival del centroitalia, vanta eccellenti collaborazioni istituzionali: Unione Europea, Fondazione Culturale Europea, Ministero del Lavoro e delle Politiche Sociali, Ambasciata del Cile in Italia, Ambasciata della Romania in Italia, Regione Calabria, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Fonoteca Regionale Oreste Trotta etc…

Per il programma completo della manifestazione clicca qui

 

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Foligno (PG) from 9 to 11 October 2015 will host the 14th edition of Umbria World Fest, with the aim of promoting multiculturalism through many forms of artistic expression.

Photo exhibitions of high level, portfolio readings open to all photographers, a photographic prize, meetings with authors, photo workshop and lots of live music. These are the winning ingredients of Umbria World Fest, which as of October 9 will animate the streets and historical buildings in Foligno (PG).

Now in its fourteenth edition, to Foligno it is a music festival (formerly Songs and Discanti) who for four years has opened for quality photography, creating a unique marriage in Italy.

The Festival intends, through the sounds of the past, the highways of the tradition, rediscovering the colors, the atmosphere and the values of a time that was. A fascinating show that stands out not only for the quality of its musical, but also for its beautiful sites chosen for the concerts: historic squares, palaces, convents and churches.

The intent is to give value to what remains of the musical experience of the old players, to share their tools, to give the audience the fascination of making music with the authenticity of the ancient techniques of running, still present throughout the whole Apennine Umbrian.

The Festival has also broadened its horizons to become a “World Music Festival” that aims to spread and deepen the artistic languages of the different cultures of the world, following a process of multiculturalism through the various forms of artistic expression.

Umbria World Festival, this is the new name of the Festival after starting as a “Songs & Discanti”, is now considered by critics as one of the most important festivals of centroitalia, boasts excellent institutional collaborations: European Union, European Cultural Foundation, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Embassy of Chile in Italy, Embassy of Romania in Italy, Calabria Region, University of Perugia, Fonoteca Regional Oreste Trotta etc …

For the full program of the event click here

Foligno (PG) from July 25th to 29th, 2012 will host the 11th edition of Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest, festival with the aim of promoting multiculturalism through multiple forms of artistic expression. Will be present with guests and / or their arts Italy, Ethiopia, Japan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Brazil, USA, Alaska, Switzerland. But also Piedmont, Sardinia, Umbria and Trentino.

The theme of 2012 Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest will be “Terra Madre” (“Earth Mother“), and will be examined during the 5 days of the event through a rich program, developed by the Artistic Director Piter Foglietta, of concerts, exhibitions, screenings and meetings.

The Music section will have its home in the enchanting Corte of Palazzo Trinci. Thursday, July 26th, 2012 starting at 21:30 will be performing the legendary guitarist Al Di Meola with his World Music. He will be accompanied by the other guitarist Peo Alfonsi (€ 26,00 in advance, 25,00 at the box office).
Friday, July 27th, 2012, same time, the new project, sponsored by AMREF, Niccolò Fabi & Saba Anglana, who will talk with the music about their encounter happened in Africa, where both were testimonial for solidarity campaigns (€ 15,00 at the box office and € 16,00 in advance).
Saturday, July 28th, 2012 space to “Terra di Mezzo, canti e incanti d’Umbria” (“Middle-earth, chants and enchantments of Umbria”), a project that combines music and photography dedicated to Umbria and its lands with the songwriter Massimo Liberatori and the photographer Giovanni Galardini.

The Photography section for the second consectuive year will proudly displayed at Palazzo Candiotti, from July 25th to August 10th, 2012, with exhibitions and themed multimedia slideshow. “Italian Geographic 2011 – The photographers of National Geographic Italy“, edited by Marco Pinna (staff editor National Geographic Italy), is the title of the exhibit that will see twenty-six shots of as many photographers who have worked since 1998 for the Italian edition of National Geographic.
There were three exhibitions curated by RVM Magazine. “11/3 Tsunami Projext” – by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo – was created to remember the Tsunami that hit Japan last spring. Photo by Giulio di Sturco, photographer who managed to cross the off-limits areas of the Fukushima disaster.
Also by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo the exhibition “The Lovely Sea“, with photos by Paulo Siqueira and Nadia Shira Cohen to tell the story of one of the greatest environmental disasters caused by the man, that of the Aral Sea. The reportage will be on display with the support of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Italy.
Amore Mio di Provincia”, with pictures of Veronica Daltri, is the title of the project curated by Gian Maria De Gasperis, RVM founder and editorial coordinator, and Annarita Curcio. This project focuses on the Italian province as a category of feeling. In fact there is no interest in creating a traceability to the specific physical territory; what you want to convey is the feeling of the province and of the living in province.

For the Cinema and Doc section, July 25th, 2012 at 21:30 will be presented at the Corte of Palazzo Trinci in the presence of the authors A. Prandstraller and N. Bruna “Polvere, il grande processo dell’amianto” (“Dust, the great trial of the asbestos“), nominated for the 2012 Best Documentary at the David di Donatello award.
The rest of the screenings will take place at Palazzo Candiotti. Like “Elsewhere” by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, trip of 4 hours between 12 different destinations (Nigeria, Finland, Namibia, Australia, China, Greenland) to discover the different customs and traditions. From July 26th to 28th, 2012.
And to close the festival will be the documentary “Terra Madre” by Ermanno Olmi, a collection of stories and ideas about the fate of the world told through the observation of some participants at the Forum, “chased” even when they return to their countries of origin . Sunday, July 29th, 2012 at 21:30.

Concert tickets available in advance on www.ticketitalia.com. For more information about the programme, artists and theme, we refer to the official website.

Foligno (PG) from July 25th to 29th, 2012 will host the 11th edition of Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest, festival with the aim of promoting multiculturalism through multiple forms of artistic expression. Will be present with guests and / or their arts Italy, Ethiopia, Japan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Brazil, USA, Alaska, Switzerland. But also Piedmont, Sardinia, Umbria and Trentino.

The theme of 2012 Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest will be “Terra Madre” (“Earth Mother“), and will be examined during the 5 days of the event through a rich program, developed by the Artistic Director Piter Foglietta, of concerts, exhibitions, screenings and meetings.

The Music section will have its home in the enchanting Corte of Palazzo Trinci. Thursday, July 26th, 2012 starting at 21:30 will be performing the legendary guitarist Al Di Meola with his World Music. He will be accompanied by the other guitarist Peo Alfonsi (€ 26,00 in advance, 25,00 at the box office).
Friday, July 27th, 2012, same time, the new project, sponsored by AMREF, Niccolò Fabi & Saba Anglana, who will talk with the music about their encounter happened in Africa, where both were testimonial for solidarity campaigns (€ 15,00 at the box office and € 16,00 in advance).
Saturday, July 28th, 2012 space to “Terra di Mezzo, canti e incanti d’Umbria” (“Middle-earth, chants and enchantments of Umbria”), a project that combines music and photography dedicated to Umbria and its lands with the songwriter Massimo Liberatori and the photographer Giovanni Galardini.

The Photography section for the second consectuive year will proudly displayed at Palazzo Candiotti, from July 25th to August 10th, 2012, with exhibitions and themed multimedia slideshow. “Italian Geographic 2011 – The photographers of National Geographic Italy“, edited by Marco Pinna (staff editor National Geographic Italy), is the title of the exhibit that will see twenty-six shots of as many photographers who have worked since 1998 for the Italian edition of National Geographic.
There were three exhibitions curated by RVM Magazine. “11/3 Tsunami Projext” – by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo – was created to remember the Tsunami that hit Japan last spring. Photo by Giulio di Sturco, photographer who managed to cross the off-limits areas of the Fukushima disaster.
Also by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo the exhibition “The Lovely Sea“, with photos by Paulo Siqueira and Nadia Shira Cohen to tell the story of one of the greatest environmental disasters caused by the man, that of the Aral Sea. The reportage will be on display with the support of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Italy.
Amore Mio di Provincia”, with pictures of Veronica Daltri, is the title of the project curated by Gian Maria De Gasperis, RVM founder and editorial coordinator, and Annarita Curcio. This project focuses on the Italian province as a category of feeling. In fact there is no interest in creating a traceability to the specific physical territory; what you want to convey is the feeling of the province and of the living in province.

For the Cinema and Doc section, July 25th, 2012 at 21:30 will be presented at the Corte of Palazzo Trinci in the presence of the authors A. Prandstraller and N. Bruna “Polvere, il grande processo dell’amianto” (“Dust, the great trial of the asbestos“), nominated for the 2012 Best Documentary at the David di Donatello award.
The rest of the screenings will take place at Palazzo Candiotti. Like “Elsewhere” by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, trip of 4 hours between 12 different destinations (Nigeria, Finland, Namibia, Australia, China, Greenland) to discover the different customs and traditions. From July 26th to 28th, 2012.
And to close the festival will be the documentary “Terra Madre” by Ermanno Olmi, a collection of stories and ideas about the fate of the world told through the observation of some participants at the Forum, “chased” even when they return to their countries of origin . Sunday, July 29th, 2012 at 21:30.

Concert tickets available in advance on www.ticketitalia.com. For more information about the programme, artists and theme, we refer to the official website.

Foligno (PG) from July 25th to 29th, 2012 will host the 11th edition of Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest, festival with the aim of promoting multiculturalism through multiple forms of artistic expression. Will be present with guests and / or their arts Italy, Ethiopia, Japan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Brazil, USA, Alaska, Switzerland. But also Piedmont, Sardinia, Umbria and Trentino.

The theme of 2012 Canti e Discanti – Umbria World Fest will be “Terra Madre” (“Earth Mother“), and will be examined during the 5 days of the event through a rich program, developed by the Artistic Director Piter Foglietta, of concerts, exhibitions, screenings and meetings.

The Music section will have its home in the enchanting Corte of Palazzo Trinci. Thursday, July 26th, 2012 starting at 21:30 will be performing the legendary guitarist Al Di Meola with his World Music. He will be accompanied by the other guitarist Peo Alfonsi (€ 26,00 in advance, 25,00 at the box office).
Friday, July 27th, 2012, same time, the new project, sponsored by AMREF, Niccolò Fabi & Saba Anglana, who will talk with the music about their encounter happened in Africa, where both were testimonial for solidarity campaigns (€ 15,00 at the box office and € 16,00 in advance).
Saturday, July 28th, 2012 space to “Terra di Mezzo, canti e incanti d’Umbria” (“Middle-earth, chants and enchantments of Umbria”), a project that combines music and photography dedicated to Umbria and its lands with the songwriter Massimo Liberatori and the photographer Giovanni Galardini.

The Photography section for the second consectuive year will proudly displayed at Palazzo Candiotti, from July 25th to August 10th, 2012, with exhibitions and themed multimedia slideshow. “Italian Geographic 2011 – The photographers of National Geographic Italy“, edited by Marco Pinna (staff editor National Geographic Italy), is the title of the exhibit that will see twenty-six shots of as many photographers who have worked since 1998 for the Italian edition of National Geographic.
There were three exhibitions curated by RVM Magazine. “11/3 Tsunami Projext” – by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo – was created to remember the Tsunami that hit Japan last spring. Photo by Giulio di Sturco, photographer who managed to cross the off-limits areas of the Fukushima disaster.
Also by Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo the exhibition “The Lovely Sea“, with photos by Paulo Siqueira and Nadia Shira Cohen to tell the story of one of the greatest environmental disasters caused by the man, that of the Aral Sea. The reportage will be on display with the support of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Italy.
Amore Mio di Provincia”, with pictures of Veronica Daltri, is the title of the project curated by Gian Maria De Gasperis, RVM founder and editorial coordinator, and Annarita Curcio. This project focuses on the Italian province as a category of feeling. In fact there is no interest in creating a traceability to the specific physical territory; what you want to convey is the feeling of the province and of the living in province.

For the Cinema and Doc section, July 25th, 2012 at 21:30 will be presented at the Corte of Palazzo Trinci in the presence of the authors A. Prandstraller and N. Bruna “Polvere, il grande processo dell’amianto” (“Dust, the great trial of the asbestos“), nominated for the 2012 Best Documentary at the David di Donatello award.
The rest of the screenings will take place at Palazzo Candiotti. Like “Elsewhere” by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, trip of 4 hours between 12 different destinations (Nigeria, Finland, Namibia, Australia, China, Greenland) to discover the different customs and traditions. From July 26th to 28th, 2012.
And to close the festival will be the documentary “Terra Madre” by Ermanno Olmi, a collection of stories and ideas about the fate of the world told through the observation of some participants at the Forum, “chased” even when they return to their countries of origin . Sunday, July 29th, 2012 at 21:30.

Concert tickets available in advance on www.ticketitalia.com. For more information about the programme, artists and theme, we refer to the official website.