GIANNA NANNINI “Silenzio” the new single and then the album, a film and the tour in November (Info & Tickets)

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Gianna Nannini, after five years of absence, returns with new music. Silence is the new single available, the inaugural piece of a new recording project.

Silence is a profound reflection in music, a fixed gaze at one’s feelings which – at the end of a relationship – find refuge only in introspection.

The piano overture kicks off a rhythmic evolution that finds its culmination in the energetic chorus. Nobody is to blame, we are alone in a constant pain that feeds on regrets: “What I don’t have / Now I know / You are my silence”.

A scathing imprint of her new artistic path, Silenzio anticipates the new album arriving in spring, the upcoming film and an international tour distributed by Friends & Partners, co-produced with 3Monkeys, which will see Gianna Nannini embrace her audience again.



With 5 major European premieres, Sei nell’anima tour – European Leg starts on November 25th at the Hallenstadion in Zurich, continuing on November 28th at the Olympiahalle in Munich, on December 14th at the Nelson Mandela Forum in Florence, on December 17th at the Forum in Milan and on 21 December at the Palazzo dello Sport in Rome.

25 November – ZURICH – Hallenstadion
28 November – MUNICH – Olympiahalle
14 December – FLORENCE – Nelson Mandela Forum
17 December – MILAN – Mediolanum Forum
21 December – ROME – Palazzo dello Sport




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