Busy weekend for Marco Lo Russo aka Rouge, Friday, May 16, he returned to Poland for the annual and prestigious Night of the Museums of the City of Krakow in Poland.
The Night of the Museum, become an institution, is organized for several years in the Polish city and is one of the most important cultural events in the nation. The Italian musician, will perform at 11.00 p.m, at the Stare Miasto (the Old Town of Krakow), the National Historical Museum with the Polish singer Agnieszka Chrzanowska. The concert of the sensual singer-songwriter Agnieszka Chrzanowska and Marco Lo Russo propose songs of the last album, “Piosenki do Mężczyzny” (songs for men) recorded for the prestigious label Polskie Nagrania. Marco Lo Russo was the special guest in the album’s lead single “Nostalgia the Ty.” The performance is a prelude to the long summer tour that will see Marco Lo Russo with the singer Agnieszka Chrzanowska engaged in various festivals throughout Europe.
Sunday, May 18th, the appointment is in the Auditorium of the Teatini for the prestigious Foundation Theatre of Piacenza, Italy . The concert, organized in collaboration with the Conservatory of Music “Giuseppe Nicolini” of Piacenza, at 5.00 pm starring the Duo Ichnos (Marco Lo Russo accordion and Guido Felizzi violin). The Duo Ichnos, had the prestige and privilege of performing as well as in many appointments for the broadcaster TV2000 also for worldvision on Rai TV/ Rai History and Rai Vatican for the program “The Bible day and night.” The project has been active for several years, comes from the ancient Egyptian legend which tells of Serdan, one of the Sea Peoples who first inhabited the island of Sandalia. The word is inspired by the shape of the island. The word is inspired by the shape of the island. The greek people called it Ichnussa (means footprint). From the concept of footprint begins the journey of the Duo Ichnos. A concert diverse and heterogeneous: original compositions with a Mediterranean fsound with classic style that cross contamination of improvised music, a recital for violin and accordion music that blends the story of the two protagonists.