Cristina D’Avena, I am ‘an eternal child’ with a 40-year career – Music

Volcanic, positive, ironic, “an eternal child, with a great desire to live”: the 40-year career of Cristina D’Avena, who has now decided to celebrate them big, with a brand new album out November 25th with Warner in two versions, Standard and Deluxe Edition. The title could only be “40 – The dream continues”: “yes, and it never ends, because I always want to share my emotions and give myself to the public, who still love me madly”, says the ‘queen cartoons’ in an interview with ANSA. The album (on December 9th the crystal-colored vinyl will also be released in a limited and numbered edition) condenses the entire career of an artist who has sold millions of records and is the only character in the show whose voice is present on the Italian TV continuously since the early 80s at least once a day: in addition to the most loved and well-known acronyms, recovered from the original masters, and the songs taken from the television series that saw her protagonist in the 80s and 90s, in this his latest celebratory work, his fans will also find a series of unpublished duets with many artist friends, from Orietta Berti to Lorella Cuccarini, from Albe to Myss Keta, and then Elettra Lamborghini, Alfa, Cristiano Malgioglio, Jr Stit and Dj Matrix & Amedeo Preziosi. But how do you never go out of style? “I believe that first of all there is consistency, I am consistent in life, I carry on my principles and, if I really believe in them, I don’t change”, he continues, “when I started at 17 I never imagined I would reach 40 years of career, but it was such a beautiful and true path, as if I followed a path without really knowing what to expect. I’ve always loved so much the things I’ve done and so then others have loved them too”. In this album you had fun with many artists, is there any duet that surprised you the most? “They were all wonderful, but for example I didn’t expect Myss Keta to accept. She was fabulous, I sang Hamtaro with her, in a super sexy version”, he says, “and then the duet with Malgioglio, who said no before and then he accepted on condition that he transformed Calimero into a Latin American song”. The album also includes another unreleased piece, “L’altro Natale”, written by Niccolò Agliardi and Bungaro: “yes, it’s about the people who won’t celebrate Christmas, who are silent but who are there: especially at this moment I believe we have a duty to help those in need.” Among the many theme songs that she sang, which one has remained in your heart the most? “That of Licia, whose role I also played in the series. I was the first Italian cosplayer”, she says laughing, “perhaps I gave birth to a phenomenon that is very popular today; without a doubt that was a character that I loved so much”. Growing up with the songs of the Zecchino d’Oro and Disney, Cristina D’Avena has talent to spare: have you ever been restricted to the role of “queen of cartoons”? “I like what I do, another career has never interested me. After all, I’ve never done anything by force, but always everything with absolute love and conviction”, he explains, “I often think about these 40 years of career, my whole life, I would do it all over again but if I could go back I would still do TV series, like Love me Licia and Arriva Cristina, where I met good actors who helped me and taught me the tricks of the trade. in Milan, I felt alone, and in those series there was so much warmth and so much love. Today I have grown up and the audience with me: now it is wonderful to see yesterday’s children with their children at my concerts”. Was it hard to be away from the public during the pandemic? “It was very hard, two and a half years is a long time. I wrote a book of fairy tales (The garden of fairy tales, Ape Junior, ed), but I was desperate and very angry: at a certain point everyone had reopened, except us from the music and the theatre”. Do you enjoy being a female model? “Sure, but it’s a responsibility. I tell young people to get involved despite the difficulties, to believe and follow your instincts”, she says, “as for women, there is still a long way to go, but we are strong and the walls are there we’ll break down sooner or later.” What plans does she have for the future? “I dream of a musical: a modern and light fairy tale, for everyone, young and old”.

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