A joint live project for two eclectic artists from the Italian music scene. The title of the tour comes from the song "Dreaming of Krakow", one of the most significant collaborations between the two singers, along with "Crash"and the recent "Eyeliner".
Immanuel CastoManuel Cuni, born in Bergamo and already in his teens, began his artistic studies related to theatre and visual arts, devoting himself especially to graphics. In 2002, he moved to Bologna and after working in the theatre, he began his musical project in 2004 as Immanuel Casto. Five years of career lived embryonically on YouTube, collecting millions of hits thanks to refined and somewhat disorienting video clips, and perfecting a precise musical style he defined as "Porn Groove". Without any record support in the shops or television rotation, Immanuel Casto soon scores numerous sold-out concerts in major Italian clubs and an ever-growing popular hype. He currently has three albums under his belt: the collection 'Porn Groove 2004-2009", "Adult Music"of 2011 and the latest work 'Freak&Chic"released at the end of 2013.
Romina Falconi, born in Rome, has been interested in music since childhood, studying singing and performing locally. In 2007, Romina presented the song 'Ama' at the Sanremo Festival in the Youth Section. She then moved to Milan, where she collaborated with various names on the independent scene, including Immanuel Casto. Between 2009 and 2010 she was a backing singer on Eros Ramazzotti's 'Ali e Radici World Tour'. In 2012 he took part in X Factor Italia under the artistic direction of Morgan. In 2013 she collaborated again with Immanuel Casto and was invited as a special guest at the 16th Eutelsat TV Awards in Venice. Currently Romina Falconi is working on the original trilogy "Some dreams are made Through a thread of hate', consisting of three EPs, the last of which will be released in the autumn, with producer Filippo Fornaciari, aka The Long Tomorrow.
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