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 Soloist musicians or bands, aged between 16 and 35, are required to send their unpublished songs within the 2nd June, deadline for the applications.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.
Budrio, near Bologna, is the international capital of Ocarina and is hosting the 10th edition of the International Budrio Ocarina Festival, from 25th to 28th April 2019.
A great event dedicated to sounds and colours of the Ocarina instrument, with many guests, musicians and ocarina makers coming from all around the world.
The Vivid Voices choir and the Coro da camera giovanile dell’Emilia Romagna in concert, Wednesday 10 April at Palazzo d’Accursio, Guido Fanti Courtyard.
From March 27 to April 17 2019, Mercato della Musica is back. Every Wednesday, meetings for young musicians and operators who want to make a profession out of music.
Bologna pictured through the eye of a young Chinese illustrator, together with an exhibition and two special meetings during the Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2019.
The two coral-symphonic masterpieces of Händel’s Solomon and Mozart’s Requiem are standing out in the 38th edition of Bologna Festival, which showcases exclusive live performances and programmes.
ArtRcockMuseum Suoni Nuovi a Palazzo Pepoli comes back in the Museum of the History of Bologna for a new edition, led by Pierfrancesco Pacoda.