Club to club torino 2017
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Leading Italian avant-pop Festival Club To Club returns with its cheek to cheek, to be held in Turin, Italy from 1st to 7th November2017 con 2017 con
The new edition of Club To Club presents artists of most importance in the evolution of contemporary sound. Cheek To Cheek is the chosen theme for the 17th edition. In recent years, dance has been more frequently considered an individual experience. The programme will unravel through surprising and unique locations, such as the newly renewed OGR Torino, the post-industrial pavilions of Lingotto and the majestic Palace of Venaria, and will host artists among the most important names in the international musical and creative scene. Kraftwerk created the soundtrack for the 21st century digital age.
Year on year, it welcomes an eclectic lineup of the most innovative and immersive underground electronic sounds, spanning genres that include techno, house and experimental electronica. Set across a plethora of venues in Turin, the festival embraces everything from warehouses to theatres and brings digital expression to the forefront of all the performances. Club to Club Torino is set across the city of Turin, Italy. With warehouses, clubs, exhibition spaces and even theatres all being brought alive by an eclectic selection of electronic sounds. The airport railway station is located a few metres from the arrivals terminal and it takes around 20 minutes to reach Turin GTT Dora Railway Station in the city centre.
Contact General Enquiries: crack crackmagazine. Information Jobs Advertising Terms of service. Sixteen is an impressive age for any festival to reach, in particular one that prides itself on left-of-centre bookings. Regardless, Club To Club hit this milestone in style with a five-day programme of music, art, and discussion spread across Turin. Arriving on Thursday, we venture across town to the beautiful baroque hall of Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory to watch veteran no-wave guitarist Arto Lindsay present a specially commissioned piece with prolific jazz drummer Paal Nisselm-Love.
In the early hours one Saturday a couple weeks back, in a hangar attached to the old factory, I stood among Italian dancers entranced by this forward-facing music, and wondered what future it envisaged. A vaguely futurist doctrine has characterized Western dance music since early techno, when mechanical repetition doubled as an assault on classicism. I always found that exciting. The Italian Futurists, led by the radical Marinetti, put out a litany of verbose manifestos between and , as well as a futurist cookbook, whose unlikely objectives included abolishing cutlery and warning Italians against the villainy of pasta. At a time of chronic flux in pre-Mussolini Italy, the futurist dream of fearlessly assimilating machines into society, replacing everything from music to moonlight, was as novel as it was prescient. And that can be true of a lot of dance music, too. And I just cannot understand where the interest in that lies.
It currently plays in Serie A. Founded as Foot-Ball Club Torino in , Torino are among the most successful clubs in Italy with seven league titles , including five consecutive league titles during the s. The Grande Torino , as the team was known, was widely recognised as one of the strongest footballing sides of the period, until the entire team was killed in the Superga air disaster. The club's colour is maroon, and its symbol is a rampant bull, the traditional symbol of the city of Turin, from which the club's nickname is derived, "Il Toro" The Bull. Football first arrived in the city of Turin at the end of the 19th century, introduced by the industrial Swiss and English. In the two clubs merged to form Internazionale Torino , after which Football Club Torinese was founded in