DARDUST guests of the “Duality + guests” concerts revealed (Info and Tickets)

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“Duality + guests” starts on November 29th, Dardust’s tour of the main Italian theatres, a unique and visionary musical journey together with great guests with whom the artist is finally ready to embrace his audience again.


5 unmissable events organized by BPM Concerti in which Dardust will go on stage together with friends:

Saturnino in Civitanova Marche (29 November at the Rossini Theatre),
Mahmood in Milan (12 December at the TAM Teatro Arcimboldi),
Franco126 in Rome (24 January at the Teatro Brancaccio),
Elisa in Bologna (29 January at the EuropAuditorium Theatre)
Samuele Bersani in Florence (3 February at the Teatro Verdi).

The pianist, composer and producer, a few months after the release of the latest song OUTSIDE and just over a year after the publication of the double album Duality (read the review)will thus continue his journey between emotion and reason, bringing his duality to the stages of Italian theaters together with the exceptional guests involved in a futuristic show in 2 acts.

“Duality + guests is a journey that does not have a geographical and temporal map” says Dardust: “A show outside the box, not a concert tout court but a show that I like to define as “impressionist” because it refers to the influences and inspirations of Debussy and to the various art shows of the late 19th century, where in addition to music, time and space, costumes, sets, lights and visuals are fundamental.

In this new leg the guests interact with me during the first act at the piano (right hemisphere), more intimate, where the fulcrum is contemporary classical music while in the second act (left hemisphere) the electronics become predominant, there is energy, pure divertissement and the atmosphere is club-like.

It’s a live show to watch without prejudice, it’s the ultimate synthesis of my last ten years of work, first you get excited and then you dance.”

In fact, Duality is the concept album with which Dardust tore down the veil that separated contemporary classical music from electronic music and defined his two sonic hemispheres that he reveals during the shows: one more reflective, meditative, close to instrumental chamber music (the first part of the album is a delicate solo piano set); the other focused on beats and club electronics.


November 29, 2023 | Civitanova Marche (MC) @ Rossini Theatre
December 12, 2023 | Milan @ TAM Arcimboldi Theater Milan
January 24, 2024 | Rome @ Brancaccio Theatre
January 29, 2024 | Bologna @ EuropAuditorium Theatre
February 3, 2024 | Florence @ Verdi Theatre

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