Authentic, refined, intense: Fiorella Mannoia returns to the evocative Cavea of the Auditorium Parco della Musica, accompanied by her band, in her Padroni di niente Tour, to present her latest unreleased songs and the most loved songs of her repertoire.
Reflections and thoughts, arising in a specific historical period, from an exceptional event and beyond any prediction, and interpreted with the unmistakable Mannoia's sensibility: this is how, last November, Padroni di niente was born, the record with which Fiorella poses the attention on men and our "humanity", from which we should start again not to find ourselves "Padroni di niente" (Masters of nothing). The album cover is symbolic: inspired by the painting "Wanderer on the sea of fog" by Caspar David Friedrich, it portrays Mannoia as a "wanderer". While observing her own civilization, she is mirrored inside it, reflecting on all the beauty and the ugly man has built.
Interesting is the choice of the eight tracks authors - including Simone Cristicchi, Bungaro, Amara, Ultimo, Carlo Di Francesco, and Enrico Lotterini. The singer proposes the formula, such in the previous album, of the "suspended song" - Solo una figlia with Olivia XX - which recalls the Neapolitan tradition of a suspended coffee.
Consecrated in 1984 by "Come si Cambia", Fiorella Mannoia is the interpreter of timeless author songs, such as "Quello che le donne non dicono", a hymn to strength and feminine sensibility, "Le notti di maggio", "Il cielo d'Irlanda", and "I treni a vapore". She is ready, once again, to reach the heart of the Auditorium audience with her stories and her unique and magnetic voice.