A theatrical story that combines notes, images and words. That is the essence of Music is dangerous, the show with which the eclectic Nicola Piovani returns on the stage of the Auditorium Parco della Musica.
A musical journey that traces anecdotes, experiences and artistic path of the versatile musician: from the sounds of his childhood to the collaboration with artists such as De André, Benigni, Magni, Loy, Tornatore, Monicelli and Fellini. It was Federico Fellini who said «Music is dangerous», referring to its power to move and to expose our fragilities.
«Inventing a beauty that can be shared with others is the most precious creativity to which I aspire every day», said the musician who, together with five excellent instrumentalists, brings the audience into his story: over thirty years of career, which led him to win many awards, including 3 David di Donatello and an Oscar for the soundtrack of La vita è bella (Life is Beautiful) by Roberto Benigni.
Famous songs, rearranged for the occasion, and unpublished theatrical pieces accompany a narration marked by the instruments on stage: sax, clarinet, cello, guitar, drums, percussion, double bass, keyboards, accordion and piano, to cross with music the limits of the word and to celebrate the encounter with beauty. Because "Music is dangerous". It is immensity, emotion, soul.
«Music is necessary to tell the invisible». Nicola Piovani