ORT - Orquesta ReuSónica Trio in concert

A music, ecology and creativity performance
Friday 23rd July at 9pm


Risvegli festival 2021 continues Friday 23rd July at 9pm with an unusual and engaging music event that invites us to rethink our daily habits and to reduce our ecological footprint.

Orquesta ReuSónica Trio, formed by the three experts of "unusual music" Rocco Papìa, Xavi Lozano and Marco Zanotti, performs a world-jazz concert played with self-produced instruments, built with everyday materials and objects. A journey of sounds and stories in which arrangements of sophisticated pieces, such as those of Shakti by John McLaughlin, alternate with popular Mediterranean and South American themes, and with original compositions: a concert that has been travelling across Europe in these months to raise public awareness on the theme of waste and hyperconsumption. A performance dedicated to the sea, an ecosystem which ORT has been focusing all its educational and artistic activities on for years.

Participation is by booking only and it is included in the Botanical Garden ticket, reduced to 5 euros from 8pm (in addition to the usual free tickets, admission is also free for children up to 12 years). It is also possible to visit the greenhouses of the Biodiversity Garden and Planet Book. The exhibition from 8pm to 11pm (last admission: 10.15 pm).

In case of bad weather, the event may be postponed; if you booked your place, you will be notified by email the day before.