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Piccola Bottega Baltazar

Piccola Bottega Baltazar

Piccola Bottega Baltazar


http://www.piccolabottegabaltazar.it/ Piccola Bottega Baltazar is a band from the Veneto region, North-eastern Italy, founded in 2000. The band has been awarded with several prizes (Valmarana Prize 2000, Risonanze Prize 2002, Rockit Prize 2004, Monferr’ autore Prize 2005, runner-up at Venice Music Festival in 2007, Musicboom.it’ s best decade cd, Bielle.org’ s cd of the year 2010, shortlisted for “ A song for OMSA workers” at 2010 Independent Labels Meeting). Read more on Last.fm
http://www.piccolabottegabaltazar.it/ Piccola Bottega Baltazar is a band from the Veneto region, North-eastern Italy, founded in 2000. The band has been awarded with several prizes (Valmarana Prize 2000, Risonanze Prize 2002, Rockit Prize 2004, Monferr’ autore Prize 2005, runner-up at Venice Music Festival in 2007, Musicboom.it’ s best decade cd, Bielle.org’ s cd of the year 2010, shortlisted for “ A song for OMSA workers” at 2010 Independent Labels Meeting). Their cd’ s and performances have been favourably reviewed by a number of newspapers and magazines. Up till now Piccola Bottega Baltazar has released four cd’ s published and distributed by the independent label Azzurra music located in Verona: “ Poco tempo, troppa fame – omaggio a Fabrizio de Andrè” (Not enough time and very hungry – tribute to Fabrizio de Andrè) in 2002, “ Canzoni in forma di fiore” (Flower shaped songs) in 2004, “ Il disco dei miracoli” (The miracles record) in 2007, nominated among the best 20 italian indie records by P.I.M.I., and “ Ladro di rose” (The rose thief) in 2010. The band has also worked for theatre, composing music for several plays and documentaries broadcasted by Rai TV and soundtracks for the documovies “ La Mal’ ombra” (awarded with the Avanti! Prize at the Torino Film Festival in 2007) produced by Jolefilm, “ Come un uomo sulla terra” (nominated for the David di Donatello Prize and awarded with the Gran Prix Telefrance for the best Mediterranean documentary), “ Magari le cose cambiano” (awarded with the Ucca Prize and Avanti! Prize at the Torino Film Festival in 2009 and with the Docucity Prize by the University of Milan in 2010) and “ Il sangue verde” (awarded with the DOC Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 2010). Piccola Bottega Baltazar has played all over Italy, as well as in Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Greece and Mexico. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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