Beppe Vessicchio was one of the most beloved faces of Amici, to whom he bid farewell in 2012. The conductor, after many years, has returned to talk about the moment he left the program conducted by Maria De Filippi , confessing that he felt lost when he had to say goodbye.
Beppe Vessicchio was one of the historical professors of Friends: the conductor, much loved by the talent audience, remained in the program of Maria De Filippi from 2001 to 2012, when the time has come for him to say goodbye to the show. Now, a few years later, Beppe Vessicchio he told what his feelings were when he had to leave.
The conductor, in particular, also confessed that his experience in television, while very gratifying, it was taking him away from his way of seeing and experiencing music:
“There was a time in my life when I worked a lot, especially on television. There was the series of Amici and many other programs, a widespread, widespread popularity. Flattering, I don’t hide it. But I felt that I was doing things out of a sense of inertia, out of duty, for work ”.
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Beppe Vessicchio: farewell to friends
After so many years on television, Beppe Vessicchio confessed that finding himself without his post as a professor at Amici displaced him at first:
“I was lost, out of balance. But later I realized that without that sense of repetitiveness I could fertilize my music ”.
Since Beppe Vessicchio he is following many small projects that he had not had the opportunity to investigate before, always taking a look at the new editions of Friends, which, however, has judged sufficiently critic, perhaps throwing a dig at the program:
“Friends is no longer the same as before. On television, as Mrs. De Filippi says, to resist you have to know how to change your skin. And friends, in terms of numbers, that’s fine. Only, I think it’s been a while since it doesn’t produce anything, that it’s a bit tired ”.