The ruins of a Roman amphitheater reconstructed 6,000 meters above one of the most famous (and lasting) Italian land of Second Life, Itland, were meeting last week of dozens of avatars for the latest initiative of Rho Cassiopeiae Production, event production agency founded by Laragrace Rau specializes in offering live music events within the virtual world of Linden Lab thanks to the partnership with Amici Web Radio and with Mondivirtuali.it. The Interpreter, this is the name of the format, has seen alternating on stage five of the team of artists of Laragrace (Toni Cascarino, unfortunately plagued by some technical problems, Momi Hallison, Giovanni Tommaso, Jack Ferduccio and Nino D) each committed to play 10 tracks in a 40-minute live performance, supported by the models of KV Dream Fashion Agency, per l'occasione nelle vesti di "coriste" vestite da Red Passion, virtual fashion brand of Katiuscia Vollmar.
The evening was pleasant and during its four hours the show attracted an average of 45 avatars in the amphitheater (among the many avatars present we have recognized the Italian builder Zorro Hirvi, already creator of the museum Pop Art Display, whom you see in the photo), with a total traffic of 14,000 points, despite the unexpected technical problems and the summer season in the northern hemisphere that leads many people (as it should) to leave the monitor on Saturday night. The next round of The Interpreter is now fixed on July 8, at the land of Mythology, hopefully with fewer "technology" problems, and with even greater participation and enthusiasm from fans of Second Life. The enthusiasm of Laragrace Rau and her team of artists, as well as the support of Web Radio Friends (and of course of Mondivirtuali.it), that is guaranteed right now.ShareThis