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San Marino Festival radio Line up

July 30th, 2012 by Graham Attwell

I promised you the details of our LIVE internet radio programmes being broadcast in English and Italian next weekend from SMIAF, the San Marino Festival of Music and Arts.

Here is the line up (all times Central European Summer Time):

Friday, August 3:

19.00 hours: Interview Locustacustica
19.15 hours: Interview Beat INC
19.30 hours: Interview MartaMusicanta
20.00 hours until late: broadcasting band and dj

Saturday, August 4:

17.00 hours: talk on “A Digital Agenda for San Marino”, with Steven Muccioli, Graham Attwell, Dirk Stieglitz, Anthony Camilleri & Annalisa Schembri from Malta, Meri Of Nubila, Michele Ghiotti.
17.45 hours: interview former JB (funk, hip-hop, jazz) -> concert live at 18.00
19.00 hours: Interview and Alessandro Oliviero Mannucci Mazzei (amateurs)
19.15 hours: Interview Blessed Precarious
19.30 hours: Interview with DIGIT and its music
19.45 hours: Interview with Rufino Clown
20.00 hours: The Rock and Roll Circus Experience (rock Milan)
20.30 hours: Interview Trukitrek
20.45 hours: Interview Ottomans
21.00 hours: Interview IROL more live concert.
22.15 hours: Capoeira Group Interview
22.30 hours: Interview TREES
23 hours up to 3.30: broadcasting of concerts and DJ sets planned: The Rock and Roll Circus Experience, TREES

Sunday, August 5:

Music and interviews from 17.00
17.15 hours: Miss Red Interview
17.30 hours: Interview Cup Of Tea
17.45 hours: Interview’s Tree Meditation
18.00 hours: Beyond Interview
18.15 hours: Interview Agnani Luca and Claudio Cimini
18.30 hours: The Genius Interview
18.45 hours: Interview John Lens
19.00 hours: Interview with Carlos Chickpeas
19.15 hours: Ares Tavolazzi Trio Interview
19:30 hrs: Interview Lombroso
From 20.00: broadcasting band and dj

Its quite a schedule! And if last year was anything to go on, don’t miss the bands.

This year we are providing an internet stream in a number of different format, to suit almost any internet enabled device.

iTunes / MP3 players etc.
Windows Media Player:
Real Player:

And later this week we will be setting up dedicated pages on the Pontydysgu site and the SIAF web site just for this event. Put it in your diary now.



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