PRESS RELEASE. From the multimedia marathon #OnePeopleOnePlanet on Rai Play and Vatican News, for the World Earth Day, last April, Marco Lo Russo, in May, is again on TV, guest in the program L’Argonauta broadcast on Alma TV, channel 65 of the italian digital terrestrial, as well as with other live events.
Born from the love for travel of the presenter and journalist Vassiliki Tziveli, the television program Argonauta includes interviews with celebrities from the italian show business. The protagonist, in the episode of Friday 13 May at 07.00 pm, in rerun on Monday 16 at 11.00 am and in that of Tuesday 31 May at 07.00 pm, with a repeat on 1 June at 11.00 am, Marco Lo Russo who, thanks to his numerous international concert tours, will tell travel experiences, anecdotes and curiosities.
On Tuesday 24 May, at 2.00 pm, at the Aula Magna of the Domenico Cimarosa Conservatory of Music in Avellino, for the musicological review Parole e Musica, Marco Lo Russo, like chair teacher of the chair in Jazz Orchestration and Concertation, as well as professor of History of Jazz, will moderate the conference meeting with Stefano Zenni regarding his publication I segreti del Jazz, Una guida all’ascolto. For the occasion, some students from the jazz courses of the Cimarosa Conservatory will also perform.
Finally, there are also live concerts for solo accordion. On May 31, at 8.00 pm, Marco Lo Russo will perform on the final evening of the OtherMovie film festival in Lugano, Switzerland, on the occasion of the screening of the film La Machetera, of which Lo Russo himself he edited the soundtrack, already awarded at the Monaco International film festival.
On 2 June, 5.00 pm, on the occasion of the Italian Republic Day, another concert, always in accordion alone, at the enchanting Cistercian Abbey of Santa Maria di Piona in Colico, on the shore of Como’s Lake in the province of Lecco, Italy. Marco Lo Russo, with this appointment, confirms his love for Made in Italy, which he has been promoting for years with the will to continue to enhance places of art and culture scattered throughout the Bel Paese. The repertoire, from classical music to world music, passing through jazz contaminations, original soundtracks and compositions by Lo Russo himself, will allow you to experience an emotional journey around the world, from the nights of the African desert, to the passionate atmospheres of tango, for Mediterranean sounds.