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Carla Bruni to Spoleto: the first lady of jazz-pop special guest at the 67th Festival dei Due Mondi

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Expected to appear on April 2 on the program Belve on Rai 2, Carla Bruni will be the special guest of the next edition of Festival dei Due Mondi: making her debut to Spoleto, she is the performer of a concert at Teatro Romano friday July 5 at at 22, which is in addition to the program already presented. Carla Bruni retraces her greatest musical successes to starting with the song that marked the beginning of her career - Quelqu'un m'to dit: the refined arrangements highlight that soft voice and poetic sensitivity that led the Guardian to to call her the "first lady of jazz-pop."

Carla Bruni was born into a family of artists and from from an early age showed a special interest in music, devoting herself to studying the guitar and writing songs. After completing her studies, she embarked on a career that soon led her to be one of the most sought-after supermodels in the world. In the 1990s, she worked with the biggest fashion designers and photographers and appeared on magazine covers around the world. In 2002, she finally decided to devote herself to her first passion: music. After writing the lyrics for some songs on Julien Clerc's album Si j'étais elle , she released her first album entitled Quelqu'un m'to dit. In 2007 Carla Bruni released her second album, No Promises, sung in English, which received a gold disc certification in Belgium. The following year, 2008, also came the third album, Comme si de rien n'était. While having most of the lyrics in French, this record contains two particular covers. The first, in English, of You belong to me, a U.S. song that was also used as the soundtrack for the film L' ultimo spettacolo (1971), and the second of Francesco Guccini's Il vecchio e il bambino. from then, Bruni released several critically acclaimed albums, Little French Songs in 2013, French Touch in 2017, and the eponymous Carla Bruni album in 2020. She appeared to Sanremo in 2023.

You can purchase tickets for scheduled performances to Spoleto67 at www.festivaldispoleto.com, through the Call Center at +39 0743 77644444 and at:

- Festival Box Office & Merchandising, via Saffi, 12 | Spoleto - daily 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-6 p.m.

- Vivaticket Box Office, 78 Viale Trento e Trieste | Spoleto

- Vivaticket national outlets, listed at www.festivaldispoleto.com