On Saturday the 22 of July, in an entirely multiethnic environment (the nationalities present in the space are English, French, German, Swedish, Swiss, Polish, Russian, Brasilian, Belgium, Marrocan and obviously Italian) the evening features a series of art events: "The Solvents" perform their hilarious satiric comedy "The Cosmic Family" that, taking the shape of a workshop-seminar, critically analyses the artificiality of post-millenial beliefs.
After this "warm-up" The Solvents will leave for Edimborough to show the piece for 24 days non-stop.
Ula's overdimensional sweet installation is open to be seen by the audience and creates a stunning setting for the following piano concert.
Nicolas Underwood is a young composer of electronic music. Tonight he improvises his compositions of all generes on the piano. Always on the search for a new sound, yet at the same time reflecting and referencing centuries of music history, this is an experience of its own kind.
The audience consists mainly of young people from the area, Ozu's main "target group", who now encounters cultures and worlds that are very different to their own familiar one. But there are also Romans who came up to join the event. People are happy, they dance and chat with each other and with the foreign artists and who misses words uses their hands or feet.
More resources:www.thesolvents.net (http://www.thesolvents.net)