A story though words and music of the ALMAR’À Orchestra, for the first time in Naples.
ALMAR’À, a word that in Arabic means “woman”, brings together women and girls from different backgrounds in a polyphony that wants to be a symbol of freedom against any violence, against any extremism and closure.
In this sense, ALMAR’À is first of all a journey into music and at the same time an occasion to portrays an existing Italy, but still hidden in individual experiences, lacking in a collective and complex tale.
On stage, seven of the thirteen members of the Orchestra:
Sana Ben Hamza, darbuka
Silvia La Rocca, flauto
Eszter Nagypal, cello
Sade Mangiaracina, piano
Hana Hachana, vocals
Kavinya Monthe Ndumbu, vocals
Yasemin Sannino, vocals
Ziad Trabelsi (Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio), music direction