Tag: jazz

| 03 March 2017

Let’s admit it: if you think about the Emilia-Romagna, the first thing that comes up to your mind is certainly not “Jazz”. If you brainstorm a little bit, other associations and ideas will pop up;… Read more >>

| 15 September 2015

Bologna is traditionally tied to jazz because it held Italy’s very first jazz festival in 1958. The city has welcomed important jazz players such as Chet Baker, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Keith Jarrett,… Read more >>

| 16 September 2014

Also today we would like borrow someone else’s words to celebrate our beautiful land. James Ruggia visited Emilia Romagna few days ago and wrote a beautiful article that you can find here “Bologna is the gateway and… Read more >>

| 21 August 2014

Rimini is popular for thousand of things and probably jazz is not the first that pops in your mind but there it is! The first bathing establishment was built here in 1843, since then, Rimini… Read more >>

| 25 June 2014

Porretta Terme is a little town lying upon the hills of Bologna and could be easily forgotten by an inattentive turist. It is located on the boarder of the Province of Pistoia on the edge… Read more >>

| 14 March 2014

The 2014 edition of this travelling festival hopes to set a new record: there are about 400 musicians who will perform, for 50 evenings of shows over three months, in about twenty cities all around the region Emilia-Romagna. Crossroads has now… Read more >>