Journey into the world of Cabaret – from Parisian Bistros to the clubs of decadent 1930s Berlin.
Elena Lorenzi and Stefano Marzanni bring to life songs made famous by Edith Piaf and Dalida, from the satire of Mischa Spoliansky to the revolutionary spirit of Kurt Weill.
Tickets £15 in advance / £18 on the door
WILLKOMMEN, BIENVENUE, WELCOME – John Kander (made famous by the film Cabaret)
NON, JE NE REGRETTE RIEN – Charles Dumont
ALABAMA SONG – Kurt Weill
I’M A VAMP – Mischa Spoliansky
MACK THE KNIFE – Kurt Weill
Singer and composer Elena Lorenzi was born in Brescia, Italy and received a Diploma in Opera Singing from the Luca Marenzio Conservatorio, where she studied with Silvia Dalla Benetta. In 2009 she graduated with honors in Music’s Discipline in Bologna University.In 2012, Elena won a scholarship and was invited to study pop song interpretation at the Centro Europeo di Toscolano (CET), the prestigious school headed by the Italian songwriter Mogol.Elena performs regularly in different styles.She is specialized in a vintage repertorie of chansons francaise, german cabaret, musical and popular music. She studied acting with Zishan Ugurlu(director of NY La Mama theatre) at Freie Universitat of Berlin. She attended the Composition class of Brescia’s Conservatorio, she founded the project “Down To Myself”, in collaboration with the composer Sebastiano Della Bianchina,they compose original soundtracks for shortfilms,commercials and web series.
Pianist Stefano Marzanni has performed regularly across Europe and he received his Master in piano performance from the Royal College of Music, studying under Dina Parakhina. His studies were generously supported by a Kenneth and Violet Scott Award and the Pidem Foundation Award. In 2008 he attended the prestigious summer jazz workshops in Siena, Italy, studying with internationally renowned jazz pianists Paolo Birro and Stefano Battaglia. In 2012, Stefano won a scholarship and was invited to study pop song composition at the Centro Europeo di Toscolano (CET), the prestigious school headed by the Italian songwriter Mogol. In July 2016 he attended the “Loire Music Jazz Master” under the guidance of Barry Green, professor at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Stefano performs regularly as a pop and jazz pianist.