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Chronicle / City of Bergamo Saturday December 24, 2022

medleys Listen to childhood memories and best wishes from Roby Facchinetti, Matteo Giupponi, Giuliana D’Ambrosio, Cristina Parodi, Giulia Terzi, Martina Caironi, Daniela Palazzi, Giorgio Gori, Andrea Mastrovito, Gianluigi Trovesi and the Nuclear Tactical Penguins.

Giorgia Pollatri

Christmas is the most magical time of the year, but especially so for children: eyes light up at every gift, family lunches leave delicious memories and afternoons between bingo and board games leave indelible memories. Colours, smells, sounds and tastes, Christmas leaves many memories, small moments that we like to remember and a pinch of nostalgia, even as we grow up. We asked some well-known people from Bergamo to share their vivid childhood Christmas memories with us.

Roby Facchinetti, Parodi, Mastrovito, Gori, Trovesi, Caironi, Giuliana, Terzi, Palazzi, Giupponi and Nuclear Tactical Penguins: best wishes to the readers of L’Eco di Bergamo.

For Roby Facchinetti dei Pooh, Christmas is always a memory linked to snow. “I was born and raised in the Astino Valley – he explains – that’s why I remember the big snowfalls”. Maybe that’s why his favorite song is White Christmas, sung in all the languages ​​of the world: “You can tell that Christmas is here when you start listening to this song”.

For Giulia Terzi, a Paralympic swimmer who won two golds and two silvers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the holidays officially start on December 1, when her family starts decorating the house. The tradition goes back to the grandmother, who gave her and a little cousin an advent calendar, accompanied by a nice story: “Grandmother told us that every evening from December 1st until Christmas, a little Santa Claus gives us a baby. Also today, December 1st, the house is already decorated, and above the tree there is a letter for Santa Claus ».

A great fashion enthusiast, Cristina Parodi, who recently founded the Crida brand with her longtime friend Daniela Palazzi, fondly remembers the little coats she wore as a child, with velvet collars and blue bonnets. His brother is also in his memories: “We went to mass and then to lunch. I remember the heaps of coats and furs in the bedroom and we kids hiding underneath.”

The childhood memories of Giuliana, a well-known restaurateur in Via Broseta, can only concern the food and the trattoria of her parents, which was always closed at Christmas – and still is today – because Christmas is celebrated in the family. “We were at least forty, including uncles and cousins, there used to be a lot at the table. Bingo was also played in the afternoon. Now it’s different, many people go to restaurants to eat. Everything has really changed,” says Giuliana, who loves parties very much and who, as the guests of her restaurant know only too well, loves decorations and uses them in abundance. Personalized cribs, giant Santas, balls, lights, music and the inevitable Atalanta gnomes make the restaurant’s atmosphere truly magical.

Eating is a shared memory

For Daniela Palazzi, Christmas smelled of tangerines and panettone, for Martina Caironi – Paralympic athlete from Alzano – the holidays tasted like pancakes and cotton candy from the stands on the Sentierone. For Mayor Giorgio Gori too, “Christmas is panettone. However, the traditional one with raisins and candied fruit».

For music lovers like Nembro’s saxophonist Gianluigi Trovesi, he sweetly recalls the sounds of Christmas: “the notes of a vigil the organist has just hinted at during the Christmas Eve mass” and the stillness of Christmas Eve.

The most valuable gift Roby Facchinetti ever received arrived on December 13th, he was only four years old and received a harmonica. «I was enchanted by a neighbor who played it all day and immediately asked for Saint Lucia as a gift». The harmonica came and Roby understood how exciting it was to be able to convey an emotion through the sound of such a simple instrument: “That’s when my journey began”. The rest is history.

Best wishes from our interviewees to the readers

Serenity is the word that unites them as everyone hopes that December 25th will bring joy and peace. “A hug from Mayor Gori, especially for those who are not lucky enough to have children around who alone create the atmosphere of Christmas”. Matteo Giupponi, a stroller who has just become a father, knows how much joy children bring and, accompanied by little Leone, sends his best wishes. “May this year be a Christmas that is always beautiful but lived more consciously”, wishes Cristina Parodi, who also thinks of those who are less fortunate than us, like the Ukrainians, who spend the holidays in the cold and without peace will. Finally, a greeting from the most international artist from Bergamo at the moment, Andrea Mastrovito, who, like every year, is leaving New York and returning to Italy for the Christmas holidays, because “Bergamo is always home”.

Watch the video to hear childhood memories and congratulations from Roby Facchinetti, Matteo Giupponi, Giuliana D’Ambrosio, Cristina Parodi, Giulia Terzi, Martina Caironi, Daniela Palazzi, Giorgio Gori, Andrea Mastrovito, Gianluigi Trovesi and the Nuclear Tactical Penguins .

Roby Facchinetti, Parodi, Mastrovito, Gori, Trovesi, Caironi, Giuliana, Terzi, Palazzi, Giupponi and Nuclear Tactical Penguins: best wishes to the readers of L’Eco di Bergamo.

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