Bologna remebers Enzo Jannacci with the show ‘Quelli che…’
Bologna remebers Enzo Jannacci with the show ‘Quelli che…’

Tonight, at the Take Five Music Club, in via Cartileria 15, in Bologna, ‘Quelli che…’, a tribute in loving memory of Enzo Jannacci, the doctor-musician and actor from Milan, dead on last March 29th.

To remeber Jannacci, singing his songs And playing his monologues, a ground of artists that knew him or that have followed his theatrical classes in Milan or that in their show have, always, porposed his repertory. Famous songs as ‘Vincenzia e la fabbrica’ or ‘Elpurtava i scarp del tennis’ or ‘La ballata del Cerutti Gino’. Jannacci, during a 50 years of artistic career, has published 30 albums, one with another great musician from Milan, Giorgio Gaber; composed 8 soundtrack; written 4 books, one with Beppe Viola and one with Dario Fo; plaied 8 movies, directed by great italian directors like Lina Wertmuller, Ettore Scola, Mario Monicelli and Marco Ferreri; sung together with all the best italian singer, like Mina, Milva, Adriano Celentano, Claudio Baglioni, Paolo Conte, Gino Paoli, Ligabue, Francesco Guccini, Giorgio Gaber, Dario Fo, Cochi e Renato and many others. But Jannacci was, also, a doctor. He studied in South Africa with the Christiaan Barnard équipe. At the end of the ’50 he created ‘I Due Corsari’ with Giorgio Gaber, one his best friend, like a brother, dead on 2003. In his songs Jannacci told a Milan, mirror of Italy, that today it isn’t more but tonight will live in the Bologna’s homage, also with the famous song ‘Vengo anch’io. No, tu no’.

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