Time: From 7.30pm
Where: Aniene Festival
(Parco Nomentano) Rome
A conversation between Giulio Pecci and Mary Gehnyei with focused listening to selected vinyl, to trace Mary's DJ taste. A journey that becomes emblematic of music's ability to be fluidly in and out of time, diasporically complex, shaping social, cultural, political scenarios. House, electronic music, jazz inspirations and more for a sixty-minute journey from the comfort of your chair.
(Rome, 1996), is an writer and music and culture journalist for Zero, The Pocketbook, Esquire, Rolling Stone, DLSO, GRIOTmag and others. He organizes the monthly Quadraro in Jazz festival, he's the artistic programmer of Frissón Jazz Club, and resident DJ at Radio Raheem. His music selections as Chourmo explore the relationship between contemporary Afrocentric-diasporic sounds.
is a Roman DJ of Liberian descent. Avid vinyl collector, she began her musical journey as a vocalist in some of the most renown clubs in Italy. She then joined the film industry working as an assistant costume designer. She is has a strong eclectic musical background, where various influences converge, from Hip Hop to Detroit Techno, House Music. Official DJ for sports companies and DJ-Actress for national and international films and TV series, she also works in the fashion industry, recording podcasts for Fendi and Moschino coffee restaurants.