On 14 August, as part of " Seeds for the Seventh Power", an event organised by the ArtMill Centre for Sustainable Creativity, which occupies an organic farm at Horazdovice in the heart of Bohemia, the Italian Cultural Institute in Prague will be presenting "JAR'A", a concert by Paolo Angeli that takes its name from Angeli's new album, a suite of songs structured into 6 movements and lasting for 42 minutes. It was recorded in Barcelona in May 2020 and then remixed in Sardinia, Angeli's homeland. With this new work he has combined the avant-garde with the rituality of traditional singing, evoking open spaces and combining submerged worlds with ancestral Sardinia. Paolo Angeli is an ethnologist, a composer, and a guitarist with extraordinary technical and interpretative skills, and can be classified as one of the great improvisers along with Pat Metheny or Fred Frith. Fitted with 18 strings and a pedal board, his Sardinian guitar produces the sounds of a small orchestra and guides the listener through avant-garde and post-rock reinterpretations of ancient traditional Sardinian singing rituals.