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The last two events of the month of June will be held in Aquileia and in San Giorgio della Richinvelda. TWO TIME POLKA The first group, Two Time Polka, will perform on 30 June in Aquileia at the Piazza Capitolo at 9.15 pm. An explosive mixture of cajun, bluegrass, rock’n’roll and songs with a strong social commitment: with...
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Saturday 29 June the International Folk Festival will stop in three municipalities in Friuli: Spilimbergo, Artegna and Flaibano. LUNE TROUBLANTE At 7.30 pm in Spilimbergo at the Eastern Tower, in collaboration with CRAF, Lune Troublante will perform. A trio or quartet of jazz/swing or jazz/manouche music composed by musicians from different musical realities, united by the musical passion for...
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Friday 28 June will be the turn of three groups from three different nations: the Irish Sonas in Cercivento at Cjase da Int (at 9.15 pm), the Italian Maxmaber Orkestar in Fiume Veneto at Piazza P. Bagellardo (at 9.15 pm), and the Italian-Colombians Mestisòn in Tricesimo in Piazza Ellero (at 9.15 pm). SONAS In Cercivento...
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Thursday 27 June the International Folk Festival will stop in Cassacco and Papariano (Fiumicello Villa Vicentina), for three events: the Two Time Polka sextet in Cassacco at the Parco d’Europa at 9.15 pm, the project Capitano tutte a noi and the Drakula Twins duo at 9.15 pm, both at the school garden in Via Nazionale in...
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At the Sculpture Park of Vergnacco (Reana del Rojale), on Wednesday 26 June at 9.15 pm, the Piedmontese Random Quartet will perform, a formation composed by Giovanni Bertoglio (first violin and coordination), Lucia Pulzone (second violin), Tancredi Celestre (viola), and Chiara Manueddu (cello). The Random Quartet was born in 2006 within the G. Verdi Conservatory of...
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Tuesday 25 June at 9.15 pm in Romans d’Isonzo at Piazza Candussi, it is the turn of the Trieste-based Maxmaber Orkestar, composed by Lucy (violin), Max (accordion), Alberto (sax), Matteo (guitar), Fabio (double bass), and Sandro (drums). The Maxmaber Orkestar was formed in 2003 in Trieste, the Austro-Hungarian port where Mitteleuropa meets the Mediterranean, a natural...
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On Sunday 23 June, at the Sports Center/Treinkhe in Sauris at 8.45 pm the Noreia will perform for the last time at the Folekst after the first show in Toppo on Saturday 22. After a period dedicated to Irish and Breton music, Noreia began to create a unique mix between Celtic music and the traditions of their homeland. A...
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Saturday 22 June, a double date with two bands, one from Scotland and one from the neighboring Slovenia. BAILE It starts with Baile on the Lungolago in Redona (9.15 pm), a young Scottish band from the Glasgow area that has focused its musical project on the sound of Scottish border pipes and flutes in a continuous dialogue with the...
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Friday 21 June the International Folk Festival will stop San Giovanni d’Antro (Pulfero) at the Grotta d’Antro with the Scottish group Baile (8.30 pm) and at the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino with the Ajde Zora (9.15 pm). BAILE Baile is a young Scottish band from the Glasgow area that has focused its musical...
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First appointment on Thursday 20 June in Arzene at 9.15 pm at the Amphitheater of the Municipal Park “La Fiorita” with the Scottish group Baile, composed by Cameron Sharp (bagpipes, flutes), Euan McLaughlin (guitar), and Callum Convoy (bodhran). Baile is a young Scottish band from the Glasgow area that has focused its musical project on the sound...
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The 41st edition is scheduled from 20 June to 22 
July with a long-awaited preview at the billboard
 scheduled for Saturday 16 March at the Miotto Theater
 in Spilimbergo with the debut concert 
of the new tour of the historic band le Orme. Among the guests of this edition, along with international names and the...
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The Folkest Award – Alberto Cesa competition returns in Cervasca, in the province of Cuneo, and more precisely in the hamlet of Santa Croce, starting at 8pm.
 A Piedmont selection that is somehow a due act, because a significant part of the competition, dedicated to new compositions in traditional style, is named after the late...
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