“Rinasceró, rinascerai” has been arranged by Danilo Ballo with the mixing of Marco Barusso, the choirs has been sung by a group of voices from Bergamo gathered thanks to the collaboration of Daniele Vavassori, and by the wonderful voice of Valeria Caponnetto Delleani, while the guitars on the finale are played by Diego Arrigoni, guitarist of Modà.

A song born in support of the coronavirus emergency, especially for the city of Bergamo seriously affected by Covid-19, all the proceeds from downloads, copyrights and editorial rights (Facchinetti / D’Orazio) will be totally donated to the hospital Papa Giovanni XXIII in Bergamo for the purchase of medical equipment.

It is also be possible to make spontaneous donations to the bank account of the hospital Papa Giovanni XXIII in Bergamo – IBAN IT52Z0569611100000012000X95 BIC: POSOIT22 (if requested) Reason for payment: Progetto Rinascerò, Rinascerai FOLLOWED BY NAME, SURNAME AND TAX CODE

Roby (author of the song) says: «After having seen on TV the images of the army trucks carrying the bodies of my fellow citizens I was overwhelmed by emotion; tears and anger brought me to the piano and in a few minutes the music was born and the title of “Rinasceró, rinascerai “. It was an inspiration and an immediate need, I felt that I had to do something, in particular for my city, so heavily hit … I called Stefano asking him to support me in the project and entrusting him with the text, which perfectly expresses what I felt, a perfect marriage between music and words.

The song is the desire for rebirth and hope, a dedication to those who have left us and their families, thanks for all those who work incessantly for the good of others: doctors, nurses and all hospital staff, are the heroes of these days. A prayer for a city that doesn’t give up ».

«A few days ago Roby called me in a voice broken by tears» continues Stefano «between a breath and a silence he told me about the excruciating vision he had just witnessed … half an hour later I was already looking for the most suitable words to match with his music, words of pain, of trust, of redemption. Bergamo is my second city, a city that has adopted me, welcomed me and where I spent my best years of work. “Rinasceró, Rinascerai” wants to be a simple way to play our little part too: we know how to do this, the Music, for a hymn to the future of a wounded city that “when everything is over, will return to see the stars” » .