Anima Mea

The violin has its own soul. In Italian anima means soul and is also the name of the small wooden cylinder (the sound post) placed inside the violin, essential for the instrument acoustics. And it is really the anima the starting point of the new project by Italian violinist Luca Ciarla, an emotional musical experience featuring his arrangements of sacred music along with original spiritual music. After its inception in Jerusalem, Spiritualia has been successfully premiered at the Sacred Music Festival in Goa (India).

“…everything seems so light, enchanting and beautiful, because the musician crosses the boundaries among musical genres, as they didn’t exist.” Wolfsburger Nachrichten (Germany)