Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Playing for Change 2015

I have grudgingly to admit that I liked at least two events of this year's edition of “Effetto Venezia”: the Luminarium Miracoco and the second Livornese concert of the Playing for Change band. Sorry for the quality of these photos, but I had to take them from about 40 meters, at night. A few more shots on this Facebook album.
Playing for Change, Effetto Venezia, Livorno
The Livornese guitarist Roberto Luti, Clarence Bekker, Pablo Correa, Titi Tsira
Playing for Change, Effetto Venezia, Livorno
Playing for Change, Effetto Venezia, Livorno
Tal Ben Ari, Juan Carlos Portillo, Jason TambaThe Livornese saxophonist Dimitri Grechi Espinoza
Playing for Change, Effetto Venezia, Livorno
Keiko Komaki, Grandpa Elliot

Effetto Venezia 2015 - Luminarium Miracoco - Mangiafuoco - Hearts and Tops

More photos: Playing for Change (Facebook album)
External links: Playing for Change (Official Website) - Playing for Change (Wikipedia)
See also: Gimme Shelter - Playing for Change - More Playing for Change

14 comments:

Revrunner said...

Look pretty good to me.

William Kendall said...

They are good shots!

Jack said...

They are actually quite nice nighttime concert shots. Looks like fun.

Karl Demetz said...

Awesome shots of this summer night event !

Halcyon said...

What a mix of people! I think I would like this band too.
It seems the Venetian Effect is getting better with age. ;-)

Stefan Jansson said...

Glad you enjoyed it for a change!

Dina said...

I hope the musicians see your photos, they are great action shots! You can feel the high energy of the evening.

Andy said...

Excellent photography. I enjoy their music.

EG CameraGirl said...

I think your photos are well shot!

Birdman said...

Music brings out the best in summer.

Sharon Anck said...

Nothing to apologize for, great shots I'd say.

RedPat said...

We have a CD of the Playing For Change - they are fabulous!

cieldequimper said...

You're joking right? 40m, these are fantastic!

Gunn said...

Great images!
And a great event!
Must have been fantastic to be there.