Manuel Beyeler, Musician
After taking his first musical steps through the study of the violin, he was attracted by the world of percussion from the Indian, Arab, African, Afro-Cuban and Brazilian traditions. His interest in ethnic music led him to travel, learning from the masters of distinct traditions, defining himself as a multi-instrumentalist. In 2015, in addition to obtaining a master’s degree in music therapy, he began composing for theater and dance by fusing electronic music with handpan.
Anna Vanzo, Dancer
Born in 1990, she approaches dance with great enthusiasm from an early age, initially taking classical and modern lessons. Passionate about the subject, she extends her knowledge to various genres, such as hip-hop, funk, jazz, afro, and tap. Attracted by the performing arts she decides to also discover the art of singing and acting. In 2016 she obtains a master’s degree in musical performing at the MDM Academy in Milan. Performer in various shows teaches musicals in elementary and middle school after-school courses. The solo voice in the band Manupia.
Omar Mariani & Theo Micioni, Artists
Vinyl Sound & Liquid Show Club was born in 2015, with the intention of bringing to light some of the psychedelic atmospheres of the evenings in the 60s / 70s. The club consists of two DJs, Gianni and Enrico, who offer a meticulous and refined selection of beat, freakbeat, psychedelia, garage, soul, funk & acid rock, all strictly on vinyl. The visual part is entrusted to Teo and Omar, who create hypnotic liquid shows with music, rear-projectors, blends of oils and colored water. Furthermore, Vinyl Sound & Liquid Light Show Club organizes the “Surrealistic Night” event, which is offered every four months in different locations. Another peculiarity of the Club is that the four components can work independently, and therefore collaborate with other artists, both as musical support and as a visual element.