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Exhibition “Digital? no grazie” opens at La Galera

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The fourth cultural event this year at La Galera opened on Sunday.

La Galera in Fornaci di Barga with Giulio Turriani at the helm is gradually becoming the in place to be seen at with a mixture of good food, beer, wine and interesting people.

Sunday nights at La Galera is also the night when there is a fine mix of a live music and culture

The Mayor of Barga, Marco Bonini was there on Sunday evening to cut the tape for the opening on an exhibition of paintings under the title of  “Digital? no grazie” by Keane.

And then later on the same evening,  it was the turn of The Aristodemo’s who have been making a name for themselves over the last few years with their version of Italian swing music from the 30s, 40s and 50s and who seem to have taken up residency at La Galera.

Andrea Gonnella – voice | Alessandro Rizzardi – clarinetto, mandolino, saxophone | Keane – percussion | Fabio Guazzelli – guitar | Ugo Menconi – accordion | Leo Gnesi – double bass

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