Although we'd both been involved in the Italian concert scene for many years, stretching back to the late 1960s and early 70s, my first meeting with top Italian lighting designer Pepi Morgia was during singer/songwriter Claudio Baglioni's 1996 Io Sono Qui tour. Besides designing the lighting, Morgia was also responsible for theatrical production and set design for quite an ambitious production for a local artist: a large in-the-round show with a troupe of dancers, mimes, and acrobats, an ...

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