(H)ITWEEK L.A, a celebration of Made in Italy will bring Music, Art, Poetry, Literature and Cinema, to Los Angeles venues from October 13 through October 18. LAFREEBEE announces FREE ADMISSION for Students with Valid ID to the ALL AGES music shows at The Music Box Henry Fonda Theatre on October 16 & 17. Tickets may be reserved free online or are subject to availability at events. Tickets can be purchased online at www.inticketing.com. FULL SCHEDULE available at www.hitweek.it
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Just Announced: Free tickets to The Music Box Henry Fonda Theatre Concerts to all DUCATI Motorcycle Riders, while supplies last.
On October 16 and October 17, a line-up of the finest Italian music acts perform The Music Box (Henry Fonda Theatre) including the chart topping rock band, Negrita who took their name from the Song “Hey! Negrita” by the Rolling Stones; Linea 77, currently recording in Los Angeles, and named one of the most important crossover bands in Europe; Le Vibrazioni, renowned Italian rockers; and Afterhours, the Milan-based underground Indie band that played at SXSW and a US tour. Other featured artists include neo-soul, jazz, funk and world music artist, Amana and Marco Fabi, Indie singer-songwriter, a constant on the Rome club circuit. Also returning to the US after playing SXSW this year, is the Italian quintet rock noir band Belladonna. Singer-songwriter, Davide Combusti, a.k.a. The Niro, touted as one of Italy’s most promising exports, will perform opening night at the Music Box with special DJ sets by renowned Daniel Luppi. It all culminates with a grand performance by Italian Legend Franco Battiato at The Broad Stage on Sunday October 18th.
Art, Cinema, Culture:
The six day Festival opens with an exhibition of paintings by Franco Battiato on October 13 at the Italian Cultural Institute (IIC) in Westwood and will be followed by a DJ sets at the Purple Lounge at the Standard Hotel with Daniele Luppi and John Type. Piano virtuoso, Giovanni Allevi will give a concert at the Italian Cultural Institute on October 14. Also on October 14th, across town at USC, Battiato’s film Musikanten will screen in that same afternoon. Following the screening, eclectic music project Calibro 35, the brainchild of four musicians passionate about 70’s cult Italian Cop Movies and their soundtracks, will perform live before screening original Polizziotteschi films at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. On October 15 there will be a wine tasting and a documentary screening at the Italian Cultural Institute of Allegro Moderato directed by Patrizia Santangeli and Raffaella Milazzo. The film is a documentary about Esagramma, the Symphony Orchestra founded by a group of disabled musicians.
Music shows are presented by 89.9 KCRW.
HITWEEK L.A. is promoted by Francesco Del Maro of Mela, Inc. and Music Experience Roma S.r.l. and is presented under the Auspices of the Italian Consulate in Los Angeles, and supported by the Italian Cultural Institute, the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West and the Italian Trade Commission.
Free for students & contest winners
October 13 – 18, 2009
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