Diana di l’Alba concert
Diana di l’Alba… the “Door” of the Dawn that opens and closes the confines of the night, the Morning Star that guides the steps of the shepherd of the eternal, Venus that bewitches the poet… Around this name and this symbolism, a group was born in 1978 with a first album the following year. In February 1993, Diana di l’Alba took up her pilgrim’s staff again. Alongside Antonu Marielli, Ghjiseppu Ersa, Ghjuvan Lìviu Casalta, Stèfanu Perfetti and Ceccè Brunini joined. In 1996 the album “Pueta” was released. Then came Vitu Fuligni and Ericcu Biagetti, who participated in the album “Sumenti d’Acqua” in 1998.
Diana di l’Alba contributes to the fight against fires by offering two unpublished songs to the project “Machja deve campà” in 1999. Involved in traditional music and dance, the group recorded the album “Punt’è Taccu” in 2001. With “Donna Dea” in 2004, Diana di l’Alba composed a bunch of songs in homage to women.
The team grows with Jeff Giuliani, Dàvide Crucciani, Federiccu Bagnaninchi and Cristòfanu Manzoni. The record “Da musicà la vita” (2008) is the fruit of a shared work between passionate musicians and singers.
In memory of Alesiu Casalta, Diana di l’Alba recorded two songs in 2010. All profits from the sale of the songs will be donated to the association “Un toit pour mes parents”, which provides accommodation in Marseille for parents of hospitalised children.
At the same time, Lurenzu Filippi and Petru Gensollen reinforce the choir of bass voices.
Diana di l’Alba travelled the whole of Corsica, from north to south. But also France, the Basque Country, Brittany, Italy, Sardinia, Ireland, Morocco, Greece, Switzerland…
The group has participated in numerous festivals (“Le Printemps de Bourges”, “Les Tombées de la Nuit” in Rennes, “Festival de Bouche à Oreille” in Parthenay, “Festival des Hautes Terres” in Saint Flour, “Festival de Musique Sacrée” in Saint Girons, “Festivoce” in Pigna, “Les Rencontres Musicales Méditerranéennes”, “Les Musicales” and “Terra è Natura” in Bastia, “Féile and Phobail” in Belfast…).
Concert followed by an evening of entertainment by Dylan C.
Catering and refreshments on site