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Il meglio del 2016 secondo Luca Vitali

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Un 2016 iniziato sotto la stella nera di Bowie e la sua dipartita inimmaginabile e, verrebbe da dire, teatrale... come sempre. Blackstar per mille ragioni è il mio disco dell'anno, ma l'uomo che cadde sulla Terra è tornato su Marte e ci guarda da una diversa prospettiva...

Quaggiù, è stata un'annata niente male che ci ha regalato produzioni europee, ma non solo, di qualità. Tra di esse il meglio è arrivato da scelte di campo decise, soprattutto quando all'insegna di sconfinamenti e interferenze di genere.

Dischi

Cristiano Calcagnile
Multikulti Cherry On
(Caligola Records)

Mats Gustafsson and Friends
MG 50—Peace & Fire
(Trost Records)

Tigran Hamasyan Arve Henriksen, Eivind Aarset, Jan Bang
Atmospheres
(ECM Records)

Hobby Horse
Rocketdine
(Parco della Musica Records)

Steve Lehman
Sélébéyone
(Pi Recordings)

Rob Mazurek & São Paulo Underground
Cantos Invisiveis
(Cuneiform Records)

Melt Yourself Down
Last Evenings on Earth
(Leaf)

Susana Santos Silva, Lotte Anker, Sten Sandell, Torbjorn Zetterberg, Jon Fält
Life and Other Transient Storms
(Clean Feed Records)

Henry Threadgill Ensemble Double Up
Old Locks and Irregulars Verbs
(Pi Recordings)


Christian Wallumrod Ensemble
Kurzsam and Fulger
(Hubro Music)

Warped Dreamer Lomahongva
(Rat Records)

Stian Westerhus
Amputation
(House of Mythology)
Concerti
Daniel Herskedal Trio with Strings—Turner Sims—Southampton, Regno Unito—20.02.2016
Francesco Bearzatti Tinissima Quartet—Dozza Jazz—Dozza Imolese—02.04.2016
Carlos Bica & Azul featuring Frank Möbus + Jim Black—Jazzahead—Brema, Germania—23.04.2016
Fire! Orchestra—Open Festival (Area Sismica)—Forlì—05.06.2016
Eve Risser "White Desert Orchestra"—Jazz Em Agosto (Gulbenkian)—Lisbona—07.08.2016
Myra Melford "Snowy Egret"—Torrione Jazz Club—Ferrara—31-10.2016

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