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Palazzo Comunale, viale Rimembranze 4, Castellanza Varese, Italy

Lino Patruno: banjo, vocals Carlo Bagnoli: sax Paul Tomelleri: clarinet Luke Garlaschelli: bass Max Caracca: drums Saturday, July 26, 2014 21.00 - City Hall (IN CASE OF RAIN - THEATRE DANTE) Together with Roberto Brivio, Nanni Svampa and the late Gianni Magni, Lino Patruno was part of the legendary group of "Owls", a precursor in the sixties of the song / cabaret Milan. So, with this concert, the city of Castellanza concludes that he wanted to make a tribute to the legendary group and through them to all that generation of artists and that they knew that spontaneous comedy express, I remember a Milan of the Italian peninsula, less technological but perhaps most of the simple and genuine. Lino Patruno, prominent musician in the history of Italian traditional jazz, accompanied by four talented and well known jazz musicians in Milan, will give rise to an international show. A musical journey from Dixieland and swing, an exciting concert anthology where the great jazz retrace approximately fifty-year career. A master of the most 'important and well-known throughout the national scene, unanimously defined the main representative of the "Dixieland", a style that practice with remarkable results from more than half a century. Its beginnings date back to Milan in the early jazz bands in the '50s (Riverside Jazz Band and later Milan College Jazz Society). Both jazz and popular success that came to him for his participation in the TV show "Portobello" by and with Enzo Tortora. The cinema has seen him involved, especially alongside a musicologist as Pupi Avati. A concert, cool, open to all, understandable to all generations and praised by the most refined palates of connoisseurs of jazz, from those who do not know how to appreciate this kind of music just because it sounds cool and fun Dixieland, the sound bright and cheerful banjo, will not fail to give us another beautiful emotion in the summer.

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