Jamming 2013 is an author’s review of the drift between the sound waves of jazz and the vibrations of pop.

A curious look at the artistic world of the new generations, on the frequencies outside the patterns, driven by a breath of creativity and vivid inspiration.

Produced by the Saint Louis College of Music in collaboration with the Fondazione Musica per Roma, Jammin’ proposes for the seventh edition among the most interesting artists of 2013 with their latest discographic publications.


The Concerts

11 September

Lala & Sade

Anche Le Briciole Hanno Un Sapore
Laura Lala – voice, Sade Mangiaracina – piano, Giacomo Buffa – bass, Alessandro Marzi – drums

Orchestra D’Archi BIM
di Giuseppe Tortora
The tour opens with the band composed of Laura Lala, the pianist Sade Mangiarancina who will present the new album Anche Le Briciole Hanno Un Sapore as a preview.
“This album is like a diary drawn up in recent years in which I have concentrated a lot on my life as well as on music, which is a very important part but not the only one. I tried to orient myself on a path to awareness, a path that will, of course, never be fully accomplished, discovering that the essence of research is the path itself more than the predetermined destination”.

12 September


Natalio Mangalavite – pianoforte,Martin Bruhn – drums, percussion and voice

Argentine folk music and jazz. Popular tracks of folklore tradition and original themes proposed in elegant and refined style. Simple melodies and harmonies, elaborated with passion and feeling. Ancient songs, little-known rhythms give, to those listening to their new project also became a Juego disc, a feeling of “sound embrace” that is good for the soul.

13 September


Marco Siniscalco – electric basses and live electronics, Emanuele Smimmo – drums and percussion, Enrico Zanisi – piano

At Jamming 2013 there are the RadioTrio with a repertoire to the world of historical rock; combines all the energy that rock is capable of with the elegance that characterizes jazz. The songs are those of the best rock tradition, from Emerson, Lake & Palmer to Tom Waits, from Led Zeppellin to Genesis, from Jimi Hendrix to Bruce Springsteen. Freedom of interpretation is total, as jazz teaches, and encompasses improvisation in the most modern sense of the term, such as contamination, quoting and creating new horizons.

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