NICCOLÒ FABI: sold out in MILAN, ROME, BOLOGNA, TURIN and VERONA and new date in DESIO!

On Wednesday 18 May, the Lyrick Theatre in Assisi will be the starting point for the presentation tour of "A sum of small things"The new album by Niccolò Fabi, who in these new live shows will be accompanied on stage by the young singer-songwriter Alberto White and his band, consisting of multi-instrumentalist musicians Damir Nefat, Filippo Cornaglia e Matteo Giai.

After the sold-out dates in Rome (22 May), Bologna (26 May) and both Milan dates scheduled at Milan's Auditorium on 23 and 24 May, are SOLD OUT also the dates of Turin (27 May) and Verona (30 May). Also, a new date in Lombardy is added to the tour, scheduled for 30 July in Desio (MB), in the setting of Parco Tittoni.

Always attentive to the music scene, emerging and otherwise, the singer-songwriter decided to involve two different artists as openers for his theatre tour in May: the Scotsman Fraser Andersonfor the dates in Naples, Rome and Milan and the young Roman musician Wrongonyou (pseudonym of Marco Zitelli, born in 1990) for the dates in Assisi, Bologna, Turin and Verona.

"Never before have I been so embarrassed about inviting artists to open for us. - Niccolò Fabi tells us on his social networks. Lots of good proposals, lots of good music, lots of people I'm fond of. Really difficult. Choices always exclude. So, in order to get out of this funnel, I tried to imagine what would have been, stylistically, the most suitable musical world to introduce these new songs. I thought of the English language, of evocativeness, of that new folk that is a bit like the family that hosts me...".

These are all the dates of the tour, produced and organised by Barley Arts and Ovest, confirmed to date: the 18 May at ASSISI (Lyrick Theatre), the 21 May a NAPLES (Augusteo Theatre), the 22 May a ROME - SOLD OUT (Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Santa Cecilia), the 23 May - SOLD OUT e 24 May a MILAN - SOLD OUT (Milan Auditorium), the 26 May a BOLOGNA - SOLD OUT (Auditorium Manzoni), the 27 May a TURIN - SOLD OUT (Coliseum Theatre), the 30 May a VERONA - SOLD OUT (Roman Theatre), the 14 July a MANTOVA (Piazza Castello), the 17 July a PADUA (Parco Europa), the 18 July a BAROLO - CN (Collisioni Festival) on 20 July at ROVERETO (War Memorial Bell), the 21 July a FIESOLE (Roman Theatre), the 22 July a ROME (Villa Ada) on 23 July a LECCE (Roman Amphitheatre), the 25 July a PALERMO (Teatro di Verdura), the 29 July a PESCARA (Arena Teatro D'Annunzio), the 30 July a DESIO - MB (Parco Tittoni), the 31 July a SAN MAURO PASCOLI - FC (Villa Torlonia) and the1 August a FOLLONICA - GR (Le Ferriere Theatre). Tickets for all dates are available in advance on the circuit Ticketoneare available on Bookingshow tickets for the Lecce date.

Available in all record shops, digital downloads and streaming platforms, "A sum of small things" (Universal Music) was realised by Niccolò Fabi in total autonomy.In fact, the singer-songwriter created and recorded the whole album in a country house, in the wake of his daily musical listening, in particular American folk songwriting. The 9-song album is the result of a very lucid, at times merciless, analysis of certain personal and collective emotional dynamics.

Singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Niccolò Fabi He has nine record projects behind him, one collection and numerous important artistic collaborations, the most recent of which was with his friends Max Gazzè and Daniele Silvestri. Over the years, he has also continued to work on the relationship between words and music, both in terms of performance at cultural events and in terms of training. He is currently a teacher at the Officina delle arti Pierpaolo Pasolini school.

Committed to social issues, the singer-songwriter continues to actively collaborate with the NGO Doctors with Africa - Cuamm and recently wrote the show "Sustainable music"It is aimed at understanding and disseminating environmental issues that are often forgotten.