"An angel named Giulia" with Jethro Tull and Maestro Griminelli - Saturday, December 21, returns for the thirteenth edition, the show "An angel named Julia" LINK The event will be held at the Teatro Comunale and will host a double concert with the flautist Andrea Griminelli and with the rock band of Jethro Tull. This morning the presentation of the event was held in the Municipality.
DECEMBER 19TH Jethro Tull in concert at the Capitol of Pordenone Event Hall LINK PORDENONE - Rock legend Ian Anderson with his Jethro Tull will return to Italy in December for three unmissable and intimate events to celebrate Christmas. On 19 December he will be at the Capitol of Pordenone (Via Mazzini 60).
Buon Natale to all ITULLIANS !!! Parma, benefit concert by Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull LINK Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull will be in Parma on December 20 for a benefit concert to celebrate Christmas in the church of San Vitale
The proceeds will be donated to Snupi Onlus for the complex operative unit of gastroenterology and endoscopy of the Maggiore Hospital for the purchase of diagnostic and treatment equipment for the Gastroenterology and Pediatric digestive endoscopy of the Pietro Barilla Children's Hospital.
"Whether your Christmas - says Anderson - is an affair of gifts and family reunions, or that it is a more important moment of celebration of the Christian calendar, join us for a bit of Christmas spirit, music, readings and a prayer or two ".
22/12/2019 17:26 LINK Jethro Tull and Maestro Griminelli enchant the Municipal Theater for the Giulia Association
Sold out !!! Saturday 21 December, at the Teatro Comunale in Ferrara for the expected Christmas concert that Jethro Tull staged with the master flutist Andrea Griminelli.
Two intense hours of music that ranged from the songs of the historic rock band to the holiday classics, well blended by the artistic complicity between the frontman Ian Anderson and Maestro Griminelli.
It was the latter who brought the English group to Italy, explaining the beneficial purpose of the evening. The concert, in fact, was part of what was the thirteenth edition of "An angel named Giulia", the initiative that the Giulia Association has been carrying out for years to support a psycho-oncologist and a music therapist at the Sant hospital 'Anna di Cona and who helps children and families who have a child with cancer.
And the solidarity parenthesis was precisely that which opened the evening with the awarding of the Giulia Prize, a recognition that at each edition goes to an association with which to network. The choice this year went to the Solidarity and Charity Center Ferrara, represented by Fabrizio Fabrizi who was awarded by the city councilor for social policies Cristina Coletti.
On a musical level, the evening was a crescendo of emotions that saw the various protagonists of the show alternate up to a grand finale in which Ian Anderson performed among the people, getting off the stage and transmitting the energy and even more closely the positivity of their music. Satisfaction with the outcome of the event by the Giulia Association, which managed to bring people from all over Italy to Ferrara.
steelmonkey: Thank You for interview and interview sharing. Very Cool.
Apr 21, 2020 2:31:28 GMT
futureshock: Hello again! I hope everyone is staying healthy and applying their newfound isolation-affected times and circumstances to beneficial activities so that years from now we can all tell younger generations how we survived this ordeal smartly as best possible!
May 6, 2020 20:01:02 GMT
nonrabbit: Hello Futureshock! Great to hear from you. Hope you're staying healthy too....a metre apart from any other human (animal?) that tries to cross you path. I'm a librarian in a public library and we've asking people to make a diary of their experiences.....
May 8, 2020 19:20:30 GMT
nonrabbit: in lockdown so that the next generation/s will get detailed answers when they say " What did you do in the Covid lockdown Granda/ Granny"...."Well Sonny, I bought a hell of a lot of toilet paper" Stay safe Futureshock and see you here soon!!
May 8, 2020 19:23:09 GMT
botanicman: IA did an interview with Dan Rather where he revealed publicly that he has COPD.
May 12, 2020 20:39:28 GMT
chester: Do any of you [my fellow JT Forum members] miss watching live sporting events on TV, because of the virus, as much as I do?
May 14, 2020 19:49:33 GMT
steelmonkey: I miss reading about the Golden State Warriors and St Pauli in the second Bundesliga. I keep an eye on the baseball 'A's and the Brazil team, Botoafogo. My EPL Team is Tot Spurs and I take the time to hate two teams :HSV in Germany and Man United.
May 14, 2020 20:44:37 GMT
maddogfagin: Miss the sport on tv especially the football and now that summer is upon us the cricket. I fear that things will take a year or two to get back to how it was before all this shenanigans.
May 15, 2020 6:04:06 GMT
steelmonkey: I miss some watching and reading about sports but not enough to suddenly get interested in the Belarus Football League or Taiwanese baseball. Fans are going pretty far for a fix.
May 16, 2020 20:03:25 GMT
chester: I don't watch very much BUNDESLIGA, but it has returned after two months, with NO FANS allowed in the stadiums. I am starting to follow UFC mixed martial arts, which has returned as well.
May 17, 2020 1:02:36 GMT
tullmatrix: Is there some way to still get the Passion Play complete midi? I pasted the link into my browser and got a message that i was forbidden.
May 17, 2020 23:23:50 GMT
botanicman: Chester, The Plague has made me realize how little I actually do care about sports. I might not spend the time to watch when they do return!
May 19, 2020 11:48:30 GMT
pbinlostangeles: For us in So Cal, first time since 1974 no Long Beach Grand Prix and - apparently - no Indy 500. At least not on Memorial Day. Hopefully, they'll get this virus crud figured out before the start of MotoGP season
May 19, 2020 20:15:30 GMT
chester: NASCAR has restarted it's 2020 season but, like German soccer, to empty grandstands. I think catching a virus is low on the list of dangers that can befall a racing car driver.
May 20, 2020 0:18:21 GMT
chester: I know that I am late to the idea, but I have started wearing a mask while out in public. My Canadian officials have changed their stance from: not recommended to mildly suggested to strongly advised.
May 22, 2020 9:42:52 GMT
steelmonkey: Not only am I doing a zoom meeting in nice shirt and boxer shorts...I am ignoring boss and reading Tull news.
May 27, 2020 21:58:08 GMT