Tredici Bacci comes to Brooklyn

Nicole Campisano (January 02, 2018)
Tredici Bacci, a 14-piece ensemble, will perform in Bushwick, Brooklyn for a concert event January 13th.

Tredici Bacci will be the headlining act at Bushwick’s Elsewhere (Zone One) on January 13th in Brooklyn.  The supporting act, Showtime Goma, will also be at Elsewhere for a night of eclectic and exciting musical performances.

Simon Hanes leads the ensemble made up of 13 other musicians.  Hanes, a New England Conservatory graduate, is the composer, arranger, and guitarist of Tredici Bacci.  As a fan of 1960s and 70s soundtrack music, Simon embodies this genre to create a unique and personal sound for his ensemble. This distinctive sound has earned them recognition and praise from critics.  In 2016, Rolling Stone named Tredici Bacci as one of the “Top 10 New Artists You Need to Know.”

Italian Influence

One of Hanes’ biggest influences is Ennio Morricone, an Italian composer, orchestrator, conductor, and former trumpet player.  Morricone has composed countless scores for films and television shows internationally.  Hanes is inspired by Morricone’s Spaghetti Western scores, as well as the music featured in 1950s and 60s Italian film. Morricone’s influence on Simon can be heard on Tredici Bacci’s album Amore per Tutti

Show Details

Tickets can be bought in advance for $10, or $12 DOS (Date of Show).  The doors open at 7 pm at the Elsewhere (Zone One) in Bushwick. 

For more information about the show and tickets, click here.





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