Enzo Gentile


Cesare Petricich


Federico Poggipollini

Gianni Maroccolo

Gianni Maroccolo

bobo rondelli

Bobo Rondelli




curated by Luca Garrò

Inspired by the book with the same name by the music critic Enzo Gentile (Hoepli, 2016), “Time After Time” is meant to relive events, recurrences and the general influence of pop-rock music on the Italian and International culture in the last five decades. The project is developed through the protagonists’ voices, following their music’s evolution.

Music and words at aperitif time, in the cloister of Palazzo delle Laudi.
Admittance € 3,00 (€ 8,00 including drink).

Sun July 16th, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Presentazione del progetto e del libro Time After Time di Enzo Gentile

Enzo Gentile has been dealing with music since the half of the Seventies. As a pop-rock critic and historian, his articles were published on over a hundred magazines, he wrote about fifteen books, besides teaching in professional courses and universities, organizing exhibitions and music events, being a consultant for theaters and festivals.

Mon July 17th, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Cesare “Mac” Petricich (Negrita) 90 e non sentirli: parole e suoni dal decennio del Grunge

Cesare Petricich, aka Mac, together with Drigo and Pau is one of the three historical and still active founders of the Negrita band, from Arezzo. Since the end of the Eighties, across their fame in the Nineties, Negrita has been one of the tougher realities of the Italian rock. Cesare “Mac” Petricich is one of the band’s guitarists.

Tue July 18th, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Federico Poggipollini Garage Rock Revival: reinventare gli anni ’70

The Bolognese guitarist and sing-songwriter called Capitan Fede, is an institution in the Italian rock scene. As a guitarist, he recorded with Morandi, Litfiba and Ligabue, and has been in Ligabue’s band for over twenty years now. He has been a sing-songwriter since 1998 and his latest albums are “Caos cosmico” (2009) and “Nero” (2015).

Wed July 19th, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Gianni Maroccolo I giorni del rock: dalle origini al nuovo millennio

Musician, producer and talent scout, Gianni Maroccolo is a tutelary deity of the Italian independent music scene. A founder member of Litfiba, he then joined CCCP and C.S.I., playing with such artists as Tuxedomoon, Robert Wyatt, Franco Battiato, Carmen Consoli, Hector Zazou and Jovanotti. In 2012 he founded Deproducers together with Vittorio Cosma, Riccardo Senigallia and Max Casacci.

Thu July 20th, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Bobo Rondelli Da Ciampi a Rondelli: Livorno d’autore dagli Anni ’60 a oggi

A sing-songwriter, poet, actor and performer, Bobo Rondelli was born in Livorno, a city that has always been inspiring his artistic career. He began his solo adventure in 2000. With his album “Disperati intellettuali ubriaconi”, produced and arranged by Stefano Bollani, he won the Ciampi Award in 2001. In 2016 “Ciampi ve lo faccio vedere io”, a tribute to his compatriot Piero Ciampi, came out.

Fri July 21st, Palazzo delle Laudi, ore 18:00
Andy (Bluvertigo)80’s Till I die

Together with Morgan, Andy founded Bluvertigo in 1994, even though the group had been active since 1986. He plays keyboards, vocoder, saxophone and synthesizer, besides singing. His dj-sets Eightys’ style are well known in many Italian clubs. His most recent recording project is called Fluon, after his headquarters’ name, sited in a former textile factory in Monza.