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Barock ’n’ Roll

Built around the end of the 17th century, Palazzo Barolo was the home of aristocratic families of the Duchy of Savoy, ancestor of today’s Italy. The building bears the name of the Barolo Family that, for more than one hundred and fifty years, lived there investing on many pedagogic, social and political works in Torino and Piemonte. In 1864 , when Juliette Colbert Falletti di Barolo, the last heir of the family, died, the palace became home of Opera Barolo, instrument to perpetrate the family’s charitable purposes. On summer solstice day, the palace was home of one event of Torino music festival 2013 and Rustfield could perform in the same baroque halls where, back to 1771, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played! Some photos of the event were caught by Carlo Toso and shown here under kind permission of Silvana Berta and Opera Barolo.

Line-up: Andrea Rampa (vocals), Luca Spagluolo (electric guitar).

Setlist: Among the fields of rust, Waxhopes.




 
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