Il Resto del Carlino – 13 December 2018
Effetto Luce celebrates with a show on stage
Persiani theatre was sold out some days ago, for the show organized by Effetto Luce; his owner, Vanni Elisei living in Recanati, wanted to wish his employees “who everyday, with their work and passion, contribute to growth of the company” and the partners a Merry Christmas this way. They were mostly designers who cooperated with Effetto Luce to achieve many great projects all around the world. The company wanted to give them as a gift a week-end in Recanati, to let them discover; many of them didn’t know the town and were enchanted by its beauty, its cultural heritage and its theatre that is one of the most beautiful of Marche. The show, created by Piero Cesanelli (artistic director of Musicultura) and entitled “Scalinatella”, proposed an emotional journey through the Neapolitan music: it went from the villanellas of XVII century to the first tarantellas, then to nowadays both classical song and rock blues, covering the big themes: Naples, America and the job search, love, underworld, lost innocence. On the stage musicians, actors and narrator alternated, that entertained the guests.
Vanni Elisei, chairman of the company, introduced the evening with a thought for the victims of Corinaldo and their families, with a general applause for them. For the Deputy Mayor Bravi, who spoke on behalf of the Municipality, Effetto Luce represents an excellence for the territory of Recanati, where there are many small and medium-sized enterprises, and it is significant that a private company chooses the city theatre for its activity; Mr. Bravi whished that other local entrepreneurs take this as an example.
This is not the first initiative of Vanni Elisei, who has often organized events inviting guests from all over Italy and has been working for the promotion of the territory since a long time.
Il Resto del Carlino – 26 June 2018
Kammer Festival, the Saxophones went sold out
It was a sold out opening for the Kammer Festival “Sounds… beyond the Hedge” organised by the “B. Gigli” City Music school and by the Municipality of Recanati, with the artistic direction of Ilaria Baleani. At 7.30pm, the romantic hour of sunset, in an exclusive location such as Effetto Luce Terrace with entrance from Piazza Leopardi, that was specifically opened by the owner Vanni Elisei, the “G. Rossini” Saxophones Orchestra started to play; a very special orchestra composed of the 12 best students of saxophone from Conservatorio of Pesaro, that the City Music school signed an agreement with last year. The next event will be on stage on July 20th at the garden of Palazzo Dalla Casapiccola “Best students of Royal College of Music of London”.
Il Resto del Carlino – 24 December 2017
The intervention was donated by the Grande Oriente d’Italia, works achieved over an active fault
The Micheli stadium of Norcia is signed by the famous company Effetto Luce established in Recanati, owned by Vanni Elisei, as a technical sponsor; the contribution was donated by the Grande Oriente d’Italia di Palazzo Giustiniani. The athletes of the town in Umbria can now have their training also during the dark hours. Furthermore the stadium can receive, as it formerly did, the football teams of A and B league, often guests during their athletic training. Effetto Luce achieved the whole work, from the design to the implementation of the project: a challeging project under many points of view.It is enough to consider that the stadium is located over an active fault, which requires a very specific lighting system than any other stadium; it is correctly balanced between the standards in force and the visual comfort, with the use of latest LED light sources. Some days ago the opening ceremony was held, attended by the Board of the Grande Oriente d’Italia (among them the gran Maestro Mr. Bisi), the local authorities, the president of Regione Umbria, the president of Coni – Figc and a special guest, the world football champion Marco Materazzi. Vanni Elisei and Andrea Nibaldi, Director and Project Manager of Effetto Luce respectively, were also there. “As a professional I’m proud for achieving such a complex and challeging project – says Mr. Elisei -. It takes know-how to be competitive; it takes investing in education and playing the game with consciousness to get the know-how”.