Youth music meets solidarity in the five evenings of In Musica scheduled in San Macario with school students, emerging bands from Lucca and nationally tribute bands
Five evenings, from 26 to 30 June at the sports field of San Macario, where it will be possible to listen to good music of emerging youth bands from Lucca and beyond, to enjoy quality food, all for a charitable purpose: to raise funds for the Meyer pediatric hospital from Florence. This morning, at the presentation of the event at Palazzo Orsetti, the councilor for culture Stefano Ragghianti, the founder of the school and event organizer In Musica Roberto Blefari, the president of the school Gabriele Andreotti and Marco Andreotti, presenter of the event, took part.
In Musica Live was born in 2005 with the aim of making the students of the homonymous musical school play on a professional stage, at the end of the year essay. Year after year, the program of the evenings has become increasingly enriched up to the current one, which this year includes 5 evenings, rather than the usual 4, with the intention of giving more space to the emerging bands of the territory.
6:00 pm - five emerging young bands will take turns on stage, I handle with care, famous Lucchese band and, special guest, Lucchese singer-songwriter Luca Bonacchi who will present his latest album Fanno Paura.
7:00 pm: Great Queen Rats return to the stage who, on the wave of the moment of the Bohemian Rapsody movie, will present a great repertoire of the magnificent Queen.
7:30 pm - for the first time at the In Musica Live Lost !, tribute bands of the beloved Coldplay followed by thousands of fans throughout Tuscany.
7:30 pm - for the first time on the stage of In Musica Live, the 90s of 883 and Max Pezzali arrive with the 8816, a very famous Lucca tribute band that promises an evening full of memories and fun.
7:30 pm - the mayor Alessandro Tambellini will deliver the certificates to the students of the school and, finally, the band of school teachers will propose an all-Italian musical experience from the 70s to today.
The food and bar area will always be open to accompany every musical evening.
All proceeds will go to the Meyer Children's Hospital in Florence.