A few weeks after the release of Modern Music - the new album by Ivano Fossati which immediately jumped to number one in the charts - the eponymous tour, which will see the Genoese artist perform a few selected concerts in the main Italian cities, gets underway: today the sold-out debut in Verona so Fossati will play at the Milan Conservatory tomorrow, Tuesday 4for the only concert scheduled in Lombardy.
Ivano Fossati's return to the stage, after two years spent working on the new album, will be a live snapshot of the rhythmic, bursting sound to which the musician has accustomed us in recent times, with tracks such as Transparent Love, soundtrack of the film Calm Chaos which earned him a David di Donatello and a Silver Ribbon, or The Remedy, the first single taken from the new album and accompanied by a video shot in London, with Ivano as narrator.
In Milan, Fossati performs for the first time in the Sala Verdi of the Conservatorio, which in recent years has already hosted Van Morrison, Todd Rundgren and Joe Jackson, Rufus Wainwright, Eels, Lisa Gerrard, Negramaro and will soon host Steve Winwood (on 20 November).
On stage, Ivano Fossati is accompanied by his band, consisting of Pietro Cantarelli (piano, keyboards) Fabrizio Barale, (electric guitars), Riccardo Galardini (acoustic guitars), Claudio Fossati (drums), Guido Guglielminetti (bass).
The concert will feature around 20 pieces on the setlist, not only from Musica Moderna, but also drawn from the treasures of a career spanning more than 30 years, full of masterpieces such as Lindbergh, Discanto, The Cities of Frontier, The Archangel among others.
The Musica Moderna Tour, after the Verona and Milan stops, continues with concerts in Bologna (on 6 November), Civitanova Marche (7), Massa (8), Rome (10), Turin (12), Vercelli (13), Florence (15).
Admission: numbered seats 25 - 30 - 35 euro +prev