Haven’t purchased your ticket to the Italian Fusion Festival 2018 yet? Now’s the time, because you can get our early-bird rates (just €5 for a ticket). We have a limited number of early bird tickets for a limited time only, so purchase now if you don’t want to miss out.
Early Bird Sales end on 31 May
The Italian Fusion Festival is back! Full programme is now online.
Radio Dublino is celebrating its 200th episode with the launch of the next Italian Fusion Festival!
Radio Dublino 200th Episode Celebration | Italian Fusion Festival Launch
Sunday 15 April 2018 | 6PM | r.i.o.t, Aston Quay, Dublin
A limited number of early bird tickets (5 euro with no fees) for our Italian Fusion Festival in July will also be available on the night.
During the evening Andrea Facco and Eliana Valentini will entertain us with their fantastic music.
Andrea Facco is singer-songwriter from Genoa, Italy. At the age of nine, he began to cultivate his passion for music by taking the first guitar lessons with Giorgio Falco. Search artistically grows with the teachings of Katzumi Nagaoka, Armando Corsi and Gianni Martini. Thanks to which thirteen years he began to compose his own songs (music and lyrics). Parallel to the guitar he engages in the self-taught study of ethnic and ancient instruments. Among them: the Oud, the Lute and the Bouzouki, which became his favorite instrument.
Eliana has been experiencing italian traditional dances and music since 15 years. Several journeys to the South of Italy reawakened a particular interest about the musical rhythm connected to the ritual of Tarantism. She has learned “Pizzica Pizzica”, Tammurriata and other Tarantellas dancing with some of the most representative musicians and dancers of this sector. Eliana plays two traditional Italian tambourines (tamburello salentino and tammorra napoletana).
Doors open at 6 p.m. and music starts at 7 p.m.
The Radio Dublino 200 episode fest and the launch of the Festival event is free but the space is limited and you need to book your tickets.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/161501441162724/
I wish to thank the audience for coming to the first edition of the Italian Fusion Festival! This first edition edition was very successful and was sold out.
For those who missed the event and would like to see it next year, following the great interested of this edition we are glad to announce that the festival will also come back in 2018!
We would like to thank the online ticket holders for filling the survey. All feedback will be taken into consideration to improve the event next year. Those who participated and would like to send their feedback, can also do so by e-mailing email@example.com
For the next edition we are planning to book a bigger venue to accommodate a bigger audience, have more food stalls with italian food and drinks and workshops/ art exhibitions related to Italy.
If you are an Italian musician/filmmaker/artist based in Ireland and you would like to partecipate to the next edition of the Italian fusion festival please contact us.
If you are business and are you interested in one of our sponsorship packages get in touch and we will be happy to assist you.
If you wish to stay in touch and know when the early bird tickets are available, you can subscribe to the Radio Dublino newsletter where we’ll announce the next year’s festival edition or follow our facebook page.
We also wish to thank everyone who collaborated with us:
- The six music bands Miss Phoenix and the Jaffa Cakes, SteamFolks, Infinitwirl, The HQs, The Ballad of Adam and Eve, Mongrel State
- Pit Stop Krew Vespa Club Dublin
- Journalists and websites that promoted our initiative
- The sponsors Sacla, The 100 Club, Chilly Monkeys Card, SenzaMeta
- The food stalls PastaBox and Sweet Sicily
- The filmmakers who gave permission to show their videos
- The Italian Institute of Culture of Dublin for promoting the event
- The Grand Social staff and sound engineers
Last but not least, I huge thank you to the Radio Dublino volunteers for making this edition possible. This event was entirely organised with the efforts of committed volunteers who regularly volunteer the Radio Dublino community project.
We look forward to seeing you next year.
Credits: Piero Caffarelli
Here and Through by Luca Truffarelli is the winner (visual art section) of the first edition of the Italian Fusion Festival.
Luca Truffarelli is a freelance photographer and video maker based in Dublin. He graduated in photography in 2011 and started experimenting and challenging himself in the field of visual arts. Over the past few years he has been involved in contemporary dance and theatre works as a photographer/video maker, visual/set designer and artistic collaborator. Recently he has found a passion for food photography working alongside some of Dublin’s top chefs.
Here and Through is an installation and short video by Luca Truffarelli developed for Embodied, a GPO Witness History Public Art Commission. As part of this project, Truffarelli is documenting the site-specific series of dance pieces and is presenting his work alongside the performances in April at the GPO, and again at Project Arts Centre.
He invites the audience to experience the present as a personal journey via an interactive mixed-media installation. A short video piece will be shown as part of the work, representing the endless voyage of a soul through past, present and future.
Video: Luca Truffarelli www.lucatruffarelli.com
Voice: Oona Doherty www.oonadohertyweb.com
Soundtrack: Federico Ortica federicoortica.com
Filmed in 8mm AGFA 200D
Special mention for Dublin 2015 by Ivan Mazza
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Online tickets are now sold out.
A limited number of tickets will be available at the door. Please come early to avoid disappointment.
Special thanks to all magazines, portal, blogs that are mentioning our Festival. It’s our first edition and we are glad to receive your mention and appreciation.
- Lovin Dublin
- The taste
- Istituto Italiano di Cultura Dublino
- Babylon Radio
- Discover Ireland
- Visit Dublin
- The world according to me
- Relocation Bureau
- Made in Italy Radio
- Ital video news tv
- Irlanda Online
The Italian Fusion Festival is honoured to host the most popular Italian beer in the world: Peroni.
Peroni beer will be available during the festival. It’s difficult to put into words how or why Italy came to be recognised as one of the world’s most stylish nations, but one thing is undeniable, style is the essence of Italian culture and is integral to their way of life. Italians are immaculate, stylish, passionate. They don’t walk, they promenade. They don’t wear clothes, they model them. They don’t just talk, they express. No detail is too much trouble for even the simplest tasks in life. Espresso in a café, Carabinieri directing traffic, Aperitivo before dinner; it’s all got to be effortlessly perfect. Because Italian style is more than just a look – it is an attitude and a way of life.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro has been brewed by generations of Italians with the same quality, attention to detail and craftsmanship since 1963 – the decade in which most iconic Italian brands were born. Designed with passion, creativity and flair, its authentic crisp and refreshing taste appeals to the most sophisticated of consumers. Peroni exemplifies the traditions of Italian craftsmanship, passion and flair upon which it was formed.