Fara Sabina, a little medieval town in the center of Italy, has a grand 200 inhabitants for the majority of the year that is of course until the end of July. That is when for ten days it becomes a place where music and country talk together. And so the ancient town wears a new skin and turns into an international stage, hosting some of the most important jazz personalities in the world, a little haven of hospitality and creativity.
8000 people come to listen to free concerts, jazz sessions and projects that come from all around the world which make up the Fara Jazz Festival.
The festival represents the final part of a more complex project, for Enrico Moccia, the artistic director “it is an ambitious and wide project: Festival, Masterclass, International Award and a School of Music…” now in partnership with the collective school of Music in New York.
Courtesy of Antonello Putignani