Genoa: a cold and gloomy November afternoon
Gianni: “Nico, you’ve already made me listen some times to the new pieces you’re working on, compared to the historical ones are certainly more personal and suffered compositions. I would say that they express a mature musical depth, so intense that in some passages it seems to break an invisible glass bell, an invisible envelope that prevents the free flow.
They are agreements that contain something that seems to want to scream with all its strength, desperately, perhaps because it is tied to a memory, to a clamor, to a noise, to an impact: it is the noise of the impact?”
Nico: “Yes, and unfortunately there will always be!”
Author: Gianni Anastasi