Rachel Sermanni returns to Italy with her charming folk sound. The Scottish singer-songwriter will be Saturday 14 October in Rome at the Teatro Parioliwithin the framework of the Parioli Sounds. Tickets for the concert are on sale at official Ticketone circuit (http://bit.ly/2wU1m5o). Be wary of unofficial sales channels.
With folk music in her blood, Rachel Sermanni, class of '91, is a singer-songwriter, musician and artist of great depth, capable of transmitting a pure and mystical aura to her listeners. In 2011, she released her first EP, The Bothy Sessions, recorded with a group of friends in a completely spontaneous and profound way in a forest. The real record debut, however, came in 2012, when Sermanni released her Under Mountaiss, produced by Ian Grimble and recorded in the beautiful Watercolour Studios, nestled in the West Higlands. Under Mountains is Rachel Sermanni's first real musical contribution to the world and the first time the world really embraced the singer-songwriter's music. Four years of non-stop touring allowed her to find the right inspirations to create new music and record new sessions, live and in the studio.
In March 2014, immersed in the ramparts of Nova Scotia, Rachel sowed the seeds of a new reaction: Tied to the Moon is her second album, released in 2015 to wide critical acclaim: listening to this CD is like taking a walk cuddled by the gentle moonlight. Rachel Sermanni's creativity is the result of intense collaborations and synergies with friends, family and teachers, who have supported her throughout her journey with advice and observations. For Sermanni, creativity is happiness.
Saturday 14 October 2017
Rome, 'Parioli Sounds' c/o Teatro Parioli - via Giosuè Borsi, 20
Ticket: € 10 + prev.