Paolo Ferrarini rocks Manila with “The Roman Apostate Show”

Join London-based Italian cognitive rock soloist Paolo Ferrarini for a LIVE concert like no other! Watch him perform his best hits on February 16, 2019 (Saturday) at 9:00 PM at Conspiracy Garden Cafe.

Paolo Ferrarini is a linguist by degree and trade, a cognitive rock solo artist who treats music much like a language. It is his way of communicating his life philosophy. After the long break from making music, Paolo returns charged with knowledge and experience from his seemingly nomadic travels.

In 2006, Paolo started a music career inspired by his study of cognitive science, creating a genre he calls his own: cognitive rock. It led to the release of his 2008 album “Paradigmi Gnoseologici”, using an experimental sound combined with sophisticated and in-depth research that has since attracted listeners of fine music and lovers of intellectual reflection.

In his 2013 album, Paolo continued and reinforced the elements already present in the debut album. “Prolegomeni a Qualsiasi Metafisica” presents a concept inspired by his ambitions and audacity.

Music videos which Paolo directed and produced himself for some of the songs have been featured at prestigious Italian and international festivals as highly appreciated short films with great visuals.

This February, he shall perform in Manila for the first time to benefit needful and indigenous kids supported by his chosen local nonprofit, Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI). Tickets come with a free drink and are available here: http://bit.ly/theromanapostateshow.

This event is made possible in proud partnership with Eventbrite, Conspiracy Garden Cafe, and WhenInManila.com.






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