Music had great success at the event in Rome

Published by at 3 November, 2017

One of ICSEB’s patients has expressed her artistic talent through her music at the 2nd Cultural Event organised by Chiari & Scoliosis & Syringomyelia Foundation that took place at the San Luigi Guanella theatre in Rome, Italy, in October 2017.

Already in 2011, Frencha singer Laura Ierano mentioned Dr. Royo on her album “Eclectic”. Six years later, to close the event on a high point, she gave a a concert, with songs such as “Sally” by Vasco Rossi, “Million reasons” by Lady Gaga, “Vívime” by Laura Pausini, “Formidable” by Stromae and “Sarà perché ti amo” by Ricchi e poveri. Furthermore, she also performed two of her own compositions “Hommage” and “You’ll always be my love”.



Click here to learn more about her career.

The cultural solidarity event in support of patients with the diagnoses of the Arnold-Chiari Syndrome Type I, idiopathic Syringomyelia and Scoliosis and other conditions related to the Filum Disease was organized by the Chiari & Scoliosis & Syringomyelia Foundation (CSSf), in cooperation with the Institut Chiari & Siringomielia & Escoliosis de Barcelona (ICSEB) and the association AI.SAC.SI.SCO Onlus.

The CSSf, ICSEB and AI.SAC.SI.SCO want to wholeheartedly thank the two performers for sharing their talent and encouraging others to express their art.

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