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Rose Tatuata: An Evening of Sicilian Maritime Music

New Bedford, MA – The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is pleased to welcome Rosa Tatuata for an evening of Sicilian maritime music on Saturday, August 18th at 7:00 p.m.

Love of Sicilian and Southern Italian Roots Music is what drives Rosa Tatuata to passionately interpret the traditions and melodies of their ancestors. Just as their name comes from Tennessee Williams’ beloved play about  the happy, raucous collision of immigrant and American cultures, likewise Rosa Tatuata’s performance relates that incredible commingling to their beloved audience through song!

Fueled by their research into traditional instruments like the tamburo (Sicilian frame drum), organetto, marranzano (jaw’s harp) and zampogna (Southern -Italian bagpipes), and lira Calabrese, Rosa Tatuata introduces traditional songs into different musical contexts that rhythmically mirror the commingling of Old & New World. With an enchanting mix of ballads and dance tunes, Rosa Tatuata will take your imagination to sunbathed Southern Italy and the clear, crystal-blue waters surrounding Sicily. See Michela Musolino, Phil Passantino, Charlie Rutan and Jeffrey Panettieri as Rosa Tatuata.

                                                                 
Tickets are $12/members; $15/non-members and are on sale now at the Fishing Heritage Center or on line at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3380727.  The Center is located at 38 Bethel Street and is handicap accessible with free off-street parking.The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is dedicated to preserving and presenting the story of the commercial fishing industry past, present, and future through archives, exhibits, and programs. For more information, email programs@fishingheritagecenter.org or call the Center at (508) 993-8894.

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38 Bethel Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
508-993-8894

Located in New Bedford, the nation’s most valuable fishing port, New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is dedicated to preserving and presenting the story of the fishing industry past, present, and future through exhibits, programs, and archives.

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