“Stregoni”: la band più numerosa del mondo. Analisi di una pratica sociale e musicale innovativa
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The article describes the birth and development of “Stregoni [“Sorcerers”] network, an Italian musical project founded by two native musicians which involves asylum seekers received in reception centers in musical workshops and live performances. Its aim is to encourage the creation of social bonds and to deconstruct stereotypical ways to see asylum seekers and their music. Once presented its origins and widespread in Italy, the article describes how the project is represented by its members, according to their different roles and national backgrounds, highlighting differences and similarities and the underlying material conditions. A last focus is on the strengths and weaknesses of the project and on its potentialities as an incubator of active citizenship and social innovation.
keywordsRefugees and asylum seekers, Music, Social innovation, Social inclusion, Civic stratification.
Biografia degli autoriFrancesco Della Puppa, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia. Email: email@example.com.
Giulia Storato, Università di Torino. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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