In the Calabria Jonica region, language and traditions echo the surrounding valley, mountains, and sea. This isolation has produced a rich variety of dance and music patterns that largely shape the region’s rhythm. The tambourine and Byzantine-origin lira remain central to this legacy. Despite brief threats from economic developments, traditional music practices are now being rejuvenated. Nicola Pelle and Giulio Antonetti are engaged in preserving and promoting these ancestral musical traditions.
In the Ionian Calabria region, language and traditions strongly reflect the territory’s geography. This unique setting has led to an array of music and dance expressions, primarily revolving around rhythm. The tambourine is crucial during local festivities, representing ancient traditions. Despite being nearly forgotten, the Calabrese lyre is experiencing a resurgence thanks to efforts in preserving traditional music. Notable musicians, Nicola Pelle and Giulio Antonetti, continue to foster this cultural inheritance.
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