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Franca Masu Trio at St Cecilia’s Hall

Franca Masu

The Italian Institute of Culture, the Consulate General of Italy, the Consulate General of Spain, the Cervantes Chair at the University of Edinburgh and the Instituto Cervantes Leeds – Mánchester in collaboration with Fondazione Alghero M.E.T.A. are delighted to invite you to


Franca Masu Trio


Friday, 10th November 2023 | 19:00

St. Cecilia’s Hall: Concert Room & Music Museum

50 Niddry St, Edinburgh EH1 1LG


Hailing from Alghero, singer Franca Masu is the main representative of the Catalan cultural heritage of Sardinia. Her rich and evocative style showcases a blend of both traditional and contemporary elements, making her one of the most peculiar voices of the Mediterranean.

At the forefront of the cultural revival in Alghero, she draws her musical inspiration from the rhythm of jazz, enriched by the Mediterranean musical traditions. By choosing to sing not only in the Catalan Algherese dialect, but also in Italian, Sardinian and Portuguese, she has created a fusion of suggestive styles, becoming an original, innovative and sophisticated artist that combines memory, poetry and emotion.

Franca Masu will perform a selection of songs from her latest album CORDEMAR (2021) with two leading names in the European jazz panorama, Luca Falomi on the guitar and Fausto Beccalossi on the accordion. With their refined sound, open to influences and yet close to tradition, they follow and embellish every single note in a perfect symbiosis with Franca Masu, defined by critics as “the voice that embraces the seas”.

Entry is free, but spaces are limited. Please book below.



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  • Organizzato da: Italian Institute of Culture in Edinburgh, Consulate General of Italy in Edinburgh, Consulate General of Spain in Ediburgh, Cervantes Chair at the University of Edinburgh, Instituto Cervantes Leeds - Mánchester
  • In collaborazione con: Fondazione Alghero M.E.T.A.