” The power of music must never be underestimated. It is no coincidence that in this moment in which we speak of the fourth wave, it is precisely music that acts as a messenger of hope among peoples. This is the intent of the Berliner Philharmoniker with this concert in Rome, the only date in Italy at the end of their European tour. “So Michele dall’Ongaro, superintendent of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, talks about the mythical German orchestra on the eve of the The highly anticipated appointment scheduled for Sunday 21 November at 9 pm at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome. A concert that, in the intentions of the musicians and the German Embassy, which collaborated in the realization of the show, is dedicated in particular to the victims of Covid. ‘” The Berliner – says Dall ‘Ongaro to ANSA – deserve to be welcomed as one of the largest and most important orchestras in the world together with a phenomenal conductor like Kirill Petrenko whom Santa Cecilia knows well because he is a regular guest of our symphonic season. It is truly a great event since they had not come to Rome for almost 17 years and this concert with music by Mendelssohn and Sostakovic certifies a relationship of friendship and artistic and human solidarity that has continued for a long time now “. (ANSA).
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