Italian Guitarist + Baroness Boogie Night – Fri 17th Feb
A great night of music and dance from Francesco Allegro an Italian Guitarist + DJ Baroness Boogie
Friday 17th Feb 7.30- 10.30. £10.
Italian singer-songwriter from Puglia in southern Italy will be performing his mesmerising guitar compositions at the Creative Innovation Centre on Friday 17th Feb 7.30- 10.30 in aid for the World Arts Games. He studied music at the university of Salento and has recently undertaken a Master’s degree in musicology at the University of Bologna. In Italy he works as a solo artist and also performs with his band, Mai Personal Mood. His songs are mainly about his own experiences – mostly romantic.. He’s performed all over Europe, most recently in Slovenia. He’s very excited about performing at the CICCIC Taunton.
There will also be a performance later in the evening from Baroness Boogie:
DJ Baroness Boogie’s mission is to get everyone in the world to dance….and she’s starting in Taunton!
Dance to everything from pop to blues, from R&B to garage. Hits, hits, hits. The stuff that you find yourself dancing to in the kitchen when it comes on the radio.
Well, you can leave the kitchen now because Baroness Boogie knows what you want. Brush off your glitter shoes and come dancing!
This event is also a fundraiser for World Arts Games UK –
World Art Games
The World Art Games is an international organisation which exists to enable artists of all disciplines – visual and performing arts – to attain greater recognition and professional development. It aims to create cultural activities to bring together artists, art lovers and young people from all over the world. For this reason countries take it in turns to organize an international arts festival, where members can meet each other, have fun and promote their work. The festival last year was hugely successful and held in Montenegro. The next festival will be held in Croatia in 2017. Alongside the main event are other smaller events such as Musiksommer Artland, which will take place on June 14th in Germany and Peace Festival in Mexico, in which all members of WAG can participate.
The WAG Children’s Project is proving to be very successful with schools from all over the world participating in producing art works and a video for the Games. Next year’s theme is Nature.
If you wish for further information, please visit the WAG website: www.wagames.org – or email: firstname.lastname@example.org