What a beautiful evening we’ve spent in Trezzo sull’Adda on October 28th, which saw three bands on the stage of the “LIVE MUSIC CLUB“: Emian, Lingalad and Faun. The report is written by Deborah Disarò, who reported for us on this magical night! As usual, a big thank you to Live Club for their kindness and professionalism!

Emian were very good, (the band was called to replace Nytt Land, a Russian band that unfortunately, due to the current situation that Russia is experiencing, could not be present) Kudos also to Lingalad who anticipated the main course of the evening: Faun‘s concert, at which I had the great opportunity to be present and the main reason why I did not want to miss that event that I had been waiting for quite a long time.

This was the only Italian show for them, in a context of concerts to be performed in many countries around the world. Sounds and voices that evoke past times, traditional instruments that meet modern instruments, a perfect combination, almost a conversation between past and present. Very impressive the band members who were able to hold the stage for that hour and a half or so; time literally flew by!

The only slightly negative note was the presence, in my opinion, of too much “smoke” present for much of the concert as I would have liked to take many more photos than I was able to. Except that, the concert was unforgettable, in addition to their talent, there is also to emphasize their fun attitude.
I hope that this event, which came after the bad period that blocked concerts of this kind, will in some way bode well for us to be able to attend even more remarkable nights like this one!

Benedetta Baldin

Hi! My name is Benedetta, I’m 29 and I live in Northern Italy. My passion has always been music: I started taking guitar lessons when I was 6. Now I work as a sales representative, but in my free time I interview talented people, I spread the word about my favorite band (MoonSun), and I go to concerts or travel around Europe. I am a huge collector of anything Tolkien-related, autographs, merchandise, and CDs. I am quite an original person and don’t mind being the voice outside of the choir (even though I play in the church’s choir!).