After EMAP
The EMAP European Project ended in 2018, after 5 years of fervent activity. The materials that make up the traveling exhibition have returned to their respective locations, and so have the participants in the project in all its forms, from archaeologists to artisans to musicians.

However the artistic activity of tangatamanu did not stop. Thanks to the tenacious work of Emiliano Li Castro and the Tarquinese group that surrounds him, from Luca Gufi to Placido Scardina and many others, in these years "after EMAP" a series of initiatives have been carried out in the wake created by the reconstruction and musical reinterpretation project .

Tangatamanu participated in a concert in collaboration with the Euterpe School in 2019 and recently in three concerts in the Paesaggi dell'Arte 2020 review, together with Dissói Lógoi and Carla Fioravanti.

... and the work continues ...

Purple in Fifth | Live @ Paesagi dell'arte 2020 (2020)
Tangatamanu
Alberto Morelli and Stefano Scarani with Carla Fioravanti
Paesaggi dell'Arte 2020

Archaeological site of Tarquinia, Italy
Concert
AQA | Live @ Paesagi dell'arte 2020 (2020)
Tangatamanu
Alberto Morelli and Stefano Scarani with Carla Fioravanti
Paesaggi dell'Arte 2020

Archaeological site of Tarquinia, Italy
Concert
Couleurs Etrusques (2020)
Coloures Étrusques, A documentary by Natacha Lubtchansky, Camille Prieux and Jean-Philippe Corbellini, for MSH Val de Loire.
Music by Alberto Morelli, Stefano Scarani - Tangatamanu

Canal U, France
Documentary
Archeologia sonora: improvvisazioni dall'antico (2019)
Tangatamanu Alberto Morelli, Stefano Scarani, MircoMungari, Marco Sciascia, Carlo Brignola, Emiliano Li Castro.
Julia Irons and John Curtis Franklin with Euterpe 2019 Lyre School Ensemble: Timothy Moore, Daniel Sánchez Muñoz, Ana María Ribeiro, Vanessa Stovall, Nicholas Vest

Teatro Comunale di Tarquinia "Rossella Falk", Italy
Concert
Tactus (2019)
Interactive installation by Tangatamanu. Opening performance by Alberto Morelli, Stefano Scarani, MircoMungari, Carlo Brignola, Emiliano Li Castro.

Sala Capitolare degli Agostiniani, Tarquinia, Italy
Installation + performance