Jazz:Re:Found Festival 2016

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PROGRAMMA UFFICIALE JAZZ:RE:FOUND FESTIVAL 2016

7 Dicembre 'TORINO’

Circolo dei Lettori
INAUGURAZIONE MOSTRA ‘COLTRANE SAVED MY LIFE’ 18.00
ROCCO PANDIANI & LUCA BARCELLONA PERFORMANCE 18.30

Spazio 211
YUSSEF KAMAAL 21.15
THE GET DOWN ‘Tribute Clash’ feat. ENSI 22.30
Spazio Dora Main
GRASSO BROTHERS 00.00
GRANDMASTER FLASH 01.15
LUCA TREVISI 03.15
Club Stage
GRASSO BROTHERS 01.30

8 Dicembre 'TORINO'

Cap10100
GOGO PENGUIN 21.30
MR SCRUFF 23.00

9 Dicembre 'TORINO'

Circolo dei Lettori
MOSTRA ‘COLTRANE SAVED MY LIFE’ 18.00
LUIGI RANGHINO & MAX LODERBAUER 18.30

Spazio Dora
“Main Stage”
DJ FEDE 21.30
COLLE DER FOMENTO 22.15
PAINE' 23.15
GILLES PETERSON 00.00
SADAR BAHAR 01.30
DJ KHALAB 03.00
CLAP! CLAP! 04.00
“Club Dude Stage”
ABSTRACT 00.30
LEON VYNEHALL 02.45

10 Dicembre 'TORINO'

Circolo dei Lettori
MOSTRA ‘COLTRANE SAVED MY LIFE’ 13.00
ROCCO PANDIANI PLAYS ‘JOHN COLTRANE’ 13.30
SPEECH WITH RAFFAELE COSTANTINO, DAMIR IVIC, MASSIMO OLDANI E AFROPUNK 15.30

Scuola Holden
JAMES HOLDEN 19.00

Cap10100
TONY ALLEN 21.30

Teatro della Concordia
“Main Stage”
BANANA BOOGALOO 23.00
STUMP VALLEY 00.00
UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE 01.30
JOE CLAUSSELL 03.00
“Dude Stage”
ABSTRACT 00.00
VOLCOV 01.30
SOICHI TERADA 03.30

11 Dicembre 'TORINO'

Closing Party Murazzi
CRISTIAN BEVILACQUA 15.00
PASSENGER 16.00
DEGO 18.00
GAMBO 21.00

MAIN SPONSOR: Molinari
SPONSOR: Tuborg // Burn // Molecola
PARTNER ISTITUZIONALI: Città di Torino // Regione Piemonte // Fondazione CRT // Compagnia di San Paolo (Maggior sostenitore) nell'ambito della Scadenza Unica 2016 Performing Arts// Italian Quality Music Festival /react-text
CONTENT PARTNER: Noisey // Spotify
MEDIA PARTNER: Radio Deejay // DLSO // Griot // Les Inrockuptibles // Outsiders // Polpetta Mag // Rap Burger // Rumore // SentireAscoltare // Soundwall.it // WuMagazine // Zero.eu
PARTNER TECNICI: Yamaha // The Goodness Factory // Gnammo // Alveare che dice si // Clamp Italia // Festicket // Linea Azzurra bus // Bla Bla Car // Al Diciotto
LOVE PARTNER: getWYS // DUDE // Sea Shepherd // Gravity Records // JAZZMI

UFFICIO STAMPA
Jazz:Re:Found
Viviana Bianchi - [email protected] - +39 342 78 02 246 - +33 6 46 15 39 52
Libellula Music
Marco Notari Giovannone - [email protected] - +39 347 21 02 335
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