“Tracce” – A Friday with the Grimoon

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Tracce, is back! The roving music festival organized by association Bucolica, under the patronage of the Municipality of Terracina. An urban cultural review, which mixes artistic and sound paths: Italian and foreign artists will perform in selected urban spaces, in which you can find the right mood to enjoy art and music.

Tracce is meaning traces, in English: to leave them is a great ambition, but also a great responsibility. They do not disappear, suggest paths, tell a culture and identify a society. Sound traces, social traces, historical and emotional traces. Collecting them all is the goal of this summer festival across Terracina. Music, history and archaeology are the main ingredients of “Tracce”. A small dimension festival that, however, conceals thousands of secrets. If all of this will be traces it will be only because music is always the best way to trip between time and space. The best way to tell about a city.

On Friday, May 25, 2018, from 10 p.m. at the Public Libray “A. Olivetti”, will perform an Italian-French duo.Grimoon, formed by Alberto Stevanato and Solenn Le Marchand.

The duo has always combined music and short films. Next Friday they will play “Vers La Lune”, a movie that is a tribute to the 20th century avant-garde cinema, especially to “Voyage Dans La Lune” by Georges Méliès.

A sensorial experience that counts 50,000 frames, including psychedelic, animation and vintage science fiction.

According to their bio, the duo has recorded four albums: La lanterne magique (2006), Les 7 vies du chat (2008), Super 8 (2010), Le déserteur (2012), collaborating with producers such as Giovanni Ferrario (ScismaPJ HarveyJohn Parish) and Pall Jenkins (The Black Heart Procession). Grimoon had also shot 40 short films and two movies, “La Lanterne Magique” (2006) and “Neera” (2010).

Solenn and Alberto also founded an animated film studio called “FrameByFrame”.

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