Charming Italian Folk Trio performs songs from the Italian Folk tradition at destination weddings in Italy and Italian themed events.
Our charming Italian Folk Trio is composed of some of Italy’s finest jazz musicians.
Together, these talented musicians will bring a touch of the real Italian spirit and elegance performing legendary Italian songs by Domenico Modugno, Dean Martin, Fred Buscaglione and many other great artists. A sultry yet powerful male vocalist together with a spectacular accordionist and a charismatic guitarist will make your day special with romantic songs in Italian and in English creating that iconic dreamy Italian atmosphere.
Italian Folk Trio performs also up tempo tarantellas and neapolitan songs that will captures your guests attention: therefore everyone will feel the need to get up and celebrate to their pure Italian sound.
When you hire the Italian Folk Trio you let yourself and your guests experience the true Italian essence: class, fun and 100% Italian artistry. For this reasons, the Italian Folk Band will bring your Italian wedding to the next level and make your Italian night unforgettable for you and for all your guests.
The Italian Folk Trio offers the option to add a double bass and a drum to the ensemble to enrich their sound and add more rhythm to their performance.
This fabulous Italian band gives also the possibility to choose their outfits: from a very formal suit and tie to a more traditional Italian outfit with the typical “coppola” Italian hat and an informal total white outfit with a touch of red, they can adjust to your ideal Italian dress code.
This band is perfect for wedding welcome dinner celebrations, Italian themed events and wedding cocktails.
- wedding aperitif
- wedding dinner
- Italian themed event
- welcome dinner
- both formal and informal event
- male vocals
- double bass (optional)
- drums (optional)
A few songs in their repertoire:
- Nel blu dipinto di blu – Domenico Modugno
- That’s amore – Dean Martin
- Tu vuo’ fa l’ammericano – Renato Carosone
- Malafemmina – Totò
- O surdato ‘nnammurato
- O sole mio – Di Capua