Friday, November 21 drummer Lorenzo Tucci in concert with his trio at the Auditorium Hall of Polistena. On stage, the pianist Claudio Filippini and bass Thomas Scannapieco. Among the most representative contemporary jazz drummers, Lorenzo Tucci always investigates the expressive possibilities offered by a trio; in this case in the concert of 21 Municipal Auditorium Polistena, the battery Tucci is accompanied by the piano and the bass Claudio Filippini Tommaso Scannapieco. On return from a tour in Brazil alongside Mario Biondi, Lorenzo Tucci offers a repertoire with his greatest hits, first a few songs from the album Tranety, where Tucci pays tribute to the great Coltrane. Once again, as it was for DruMonk, Tucci feels the need to pay homage to the history and many of the protagonists of the golden age of jazz, this time our thoughts go directly to John Coltrane. The drum sound seems to be made of a substance Apollonian, especially where the melodismi shredded Filipinos come together with tight skins Tucci, and the piano proves its excellence as a soloist through a swirling technique as relaxed, with the bass and elegant gestures in the movements.