Claudio Baglioni will be appearing in concert at the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada in January 2017.
Claudio Baglioni in Concert
One of the more distinctive styles of traditional pop music is the musica leggera style from Italy.
This is the background for the lasting appeal of Claudio Baglioni – an Italian pop musician and songwriter. One of the biggest names in music within Italty for decades, he has been active since the 1960s and a figurehead in his nation’s entertainment industry for almost his whole career. Even as international trends have had their influence on musica leggera, Baglioni’s signature has been a constant drawcard – in turns minimalist and dramatic, and unashamedly romantic, drawing on his distinctive voice and lyrics to make a veritable love anthem out of every single.
His most iconic songs come from the 1970s – ‘Questo piccolo grande amore’, ‘Sabato pomeriggio' and so on – but he hasn’t been idle in the 21st century. In the past few years he has favoured Italian TV specials and program participation, constantly drawing millions of viewers whenever he appears. He also enjoys writing for sports events, his flagship effort being the official anthem for the Olympic Winter Games in Turin in 2006. Amidst all this he still releases regular albums as well as collections of his live performances – if anything, after half a century of performing he’s as busy as ever.
When he tours, it’s often limited to national schedules across Italy. But in 2017, on his first international circuit since 2010, Claudio Baglioni is coming to Niagara Falls.
Claudio Baglioni Rare Niagara Falls Appearance
Unfortunately, due to illness the Claudio Baglioni concerts scheduled at Fallsview Casino Resort on Saturday, January 21 & Sunday, January 22, 2017 have been cancelled.
Baglioni will be performing in concert for two nights only at the Fallsview Casino Resort: January 21–22 in 2017. It’s a performance for anyone with a love of Italian music, or of romantic ballads (both soft and strong). More than anything else, it’s a rare opportunity for North America to see a pop legend in action.