Once upon a time there was a very great storyteller…Fabrizio De Andre, singer, poet, troubadour and minstrel for modern times.
Fabrizio De Andre wrote songs where the heroes were society’s forgotten, not considered, impoverished and marginalised and his beautiful melodies, exquisitely intricate poetry and social acuity made him one of the brightest Italian intellectuals of the 20th Century as well as a great chronicler of humanity. He translated songs of Georges Brassens and Leonard Cohen and 20 years after his passing, his impact continues.
Progetto De Andrè comprises Nadia Piave, Danilo Sidari, Mauro Colombis, Gino Pengue, Emilio Lomonaco and Jess Ciampa, a ‘comitiva’ of Italian-Australian musicians dedicated to keeping alive in Sydney the flame of Italian popular music
Watch De Andre in one of my favourite songs! Volta La Carta
All ages welcome at Camelot (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)
Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available.