The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre

The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre

Fashion, film and music recently joined together for a laudable purpose in Correggio, picturesque town of Emilia Romagna. The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre has been the place where was held the smashing multi-media event “Cine Marani”, ideated by the celebrated fashion designer Angelo Marani. of whose proceeds arising from that were given to the Correggio No-profit Association Gli Amici del Cuore, focused on the promotion of health care by a conscious lifestyle, made concrete by many initiatives and events. It was a suggestive display of art and fashion. The entering of theatre hosted the capsule collection created by Angelo Marani to celebrate thfilm, cult-movies as “Nightporter”, “Last tango in Paris” Cabaret”, “Eyes of Laura Mars”, “Out of Africa”, “One hundred and one Dalmatians”. Ten were the garments he made, embodying luxury, emphasized by a wise combinations of textures, high-end materials, care for details, precious decorations and accessories talking about the best tradition of made in Italy. Cine Marani turned the rooms of theatre into a stage, become part of multimedia installation which opened the live performance of the bright flautist Andrea Griminelli, Amii Stewart and the Octa Jazz Quartet. An awesome selection of music, classic, modern and coming from film, the one made by Ennio Morricone – which just only Amii Stewart is allowed to perform – along with tracks by Keith Jarreth, Nino Rota, Sting and the song “Knock on wood” who made the singer famous, featured in the show where the generosity (along with industriousness and warm-hearted attitude is a leitmotiv of people coming from Emilia Romagna, something I was so lucky to experience in life and work), spontaneity and understanding which was between the artists on the stage was the magic alchemy of a marvelous evening.

UNA SERA A CORREGGIO: L’ EVENTO MULTIMEDIALE“CINE MARANI”

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

Moda, cinema e musica recentemente si sono unite per una lodevole finalità a Correggio, pittoresca cittadina dell’ Emilia Romagna. Il Teatro Comunale Bonifacio Asioli è stato il luogo in cui si è tenuto il formidabile evento multimediale “Cine Marani”, ideato dal celebre fashion designer Angelo Marani, i cui proventi da esso derivanti sono stati donati alla Onlus Associazione Gli Amici del Cuore di Correggio, dedita alla promozione della cura della salute mediante uno stile di vita consapevole, concretizzata attraverso molteplici iniziative ed eventi. Suggestiva la rassegna di arte e moda. L’ entrata del teatro ha ospitato la collezione capsule creata da Angelo Marani per celebrare il cinema, cult-movies quali “Il portiere di notte”, “Ultimo tango a Parigi”,“Cabaret”, “Gli Occhi di Laura Mars”, “La mia Africa”, “La carica dei 101”. Dieci erano i capi da lui creati che racchiudono il lusso, enfatizzato da una sapiente combinazione di textures, materiali di alta qualità, cura per i dettagli, preziose decorazioni e accessori che parlano della migliore tradizione del Made in Italy. Cine Marani ha trasformato le stanze del teatro in un palcoscenico, divenute parte dell’ installazione multimediale che ha aperto l’ esibizione dal vivo del brillante flautista Andrea Griminelli, di Amii Stewart e dell’ Octa Jazz Quartet. Una fantastica selezione di musica, classica, moderna, proveniente dal cinema, quella realizzata Ennio Morricone – che è consentito unicamente ad Amii Stewart di interpretare -, i brani di Keith Jarreth, Sting e la canzone “Knock on wood” che ha reso famosa la cantante, é stata protagonista dello spettacolo in cui la generosità(che insieme all’ operosità e al calore umano è un leitmotiv della popolazione dell’ Emilia Romagna, qualcosa che per mia fortuna ho sperimentato nella vita e nel lavoro), spontaneità e armonia tra gli artisti sul palco è stata la magica alchimia di una meravigliosa serata.

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

The capsule collection by Angelo Marani, photo by N

The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre, photo by N

The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre, photo by N

The Correggio The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre becoming part of multimedia installation, photo by N

The Correggio The Bonifacio Asioli Public Theatre becoming part of multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

Angel0 Marani ft. in the multimedia installation, photo by N

 photo by N

Angelo  Marani ft. in the multimedia installation, photo by N

Angelo Marani ft. in the multimedia installation, photo by N

Angelo Marani ft. in the multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

Andrea Griminelli and Amii Stewart, photo by N

Andrea Griminelli and Amii Stewart, photo by N

The Octa Jazz Quartet, Andrea Griminelli and Amii Stewart, photo by  N

The Octa Jazz Quartet, Andrea Griminelli and Amii Stewart, photo by N

The multimedia installation, photo by N

Amii Stweart and Andrea Griminelli, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Titti, who created the multimedia installation, photo by N

Me, myself & I along with Titti, who created the multimedia installation, photo by N

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