Stasera gioco in casa – Canzoni di una vita is the new artistic project by Bolognese singer Gianni Morandi: 16 concerts and the warm embrace of his fans, to share memories, emotions and most of all great music.
The City of Bologna has published a public announcement to make a selection of the street artists who will be allowed to perform inside a special area in the heart of the city centre, in Piazza Maggiore, named “Bologna città della Musica per l’arte di strada”.
yoU COME Festival – Unesco Cities Of Music Event is the new format promoted by Bologna and Pesaro, the two UNESCO Creative Cities of Music in Italy, The 5 selected bands will perform in Fabriano on June 13, then in Bologna on June 14th on the stage of Piazza Verdi Village.
Vivaldi. My life, my music is the title of the new exhibition scheduled at Palazzo Fava, from May 24th to November 3rd, 2019. An unusual exhibit, a show, a great spectacle in which you can dive to listen and live the story of the life and works of Antonio Vivaldi, one of the most famous and performed composers in the world
The initiative Ci vediamo da Lucio – See you at Lucio’s – FLD labo-contest videoclip | Artist Residency…at Lucio’s! invites all young videomakers under 35, living in Italy, to participate in the selection for the artist residency in the house of Lucio Dalla.
The exhibition Pensatevi Liberi (Think yourself free) opened at MAMbo, the Art Museum in Bologna – 40 years after the great music event that on April 2nd 1979 gathered more than 6000 people in Bologna’s Palasport, the city sports arena. Bologna Rock can be seen as the symbol of a great season, not only for music but also from the social, cultural, political point of view,
The third edition of BMA – Bologna Musica d’Autore, the contest for young singer/songwriter, changes its format and becomes a Showcase Festival, extending in a wider space and time dimension. Soloist musicians or bands, aged between 16 and 35, are required to send their unpublished songs within the 2nd June, deadline for the applications.
The 29th edition of AngelicA, the International festival of music research, has taken off. The festival is devoted to international music research: remaining true to itself, always welcomes differences and inspirations from the outside, offering a programme free from ties and constraints.
At the end of a long and passionate work undertaken in 2006 by the Accademia degli Astrusi and by Maestro Federico Ferri to rediscover the complete works of Father Giambattista Martini, famous composer and Mozart’s teacher, the Maestro’s instrumental work are presented to the public during a conference at the International and Music Library Museum of Bologna.