VITICULTURE #05 | FRESU/DI BONAVENTURA
A blend of music and nature on stage at Terre dei Borghi in Arquà Petrarca, thanks to Paolo Fresu and Daniele di Bonaventura, protagonists for years of a unique shared project that binds two such seemingly dissimilar instruments as the trumpet and the "Argentine accordion."
Already together with the Corsican voices of the A Filetta choir in the project "Mistico Mediterraneo" and in the album of the same name released by ECM, Fresu and Di Bonaventura meet here, in Terre dei Borghi, in the more restricted dimension of the duo, to give the audience a truly unmissable concert.
The concert will be held outdoors, on the lawns that host Terre dei Borghi's vineyards; it is recommended to bring a blanket and something to cover yourself.
Tickets are on sale on Vivaticket circuit at the following link:
HOW TO GET THERE
Terre dei Borghi is located in Arquà Petrarca, on Via Pajone, a white stone road in the context of the Euganean Hills Regional Park.
Arriving in Arquà Petrarca head towards the Aganoor restaurant, continue in the direction of Valle San Giorgio keeping the restaurant on the right.
Follow the hairpin bends and at the end of the slope on the right you will find Via Pajone (a road that bends away from the road you are driving on).
Directions to the parking lot will be given to you at the beginning of the street.
We recommend that you do not set Via Pajone on your navigator and follow our directions
Once you arrive at Via Pajone you can follow the following link: https://goo.gl/maps/xwoiQD3BXd9RRMeV7
It is possible to take a pleasant 15-minute walk by parking your car at the Mottolone Plateau: https://goo.gl/maps/iVPnaTnNZC8kruD9A. From there take Via Scalette in the direction of Arquà Petrarca and after a few meters on the right you will find Via Pajone, the white road that will take you to the concert venue.
VITICULTURE is a cultural art program born in 2021 that stands as an opportunity for listening, experimentation and exchange, aimed at enhancing the territory, thanks to the expression of artists and musicians who bring their contribution to these hills.