In the field at the top of the Spipola sinkhole (Palestrina Area) a battery-powered audio system will be set up for a concert at sunset.
Gavino Murgia, “Tramonto Mediterraneo” (Mediterranean dusk).
Sardinia, with its profound musical roots, is a constant presence in Murgia’s sound path from his jazz beginnings. His tenor singing, practiced since his adolescence together with the traditional study of the Launeddas (a typical woodwind instrument), has been merging over time with African-American music, resulting in an original and unpredictable path. Alongside the soprano and tenor sax, Murgia also plays the baritone sax, the flute and the Duduk.
It is advisable to bring a mat or plaid to be able to sit on the grass