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Italian music festivals


Italian music festivals

Below is a list of major music festivals in Italy with links to the appropriate external websites:

  • Arena di Verona Outdoor opera during the summer months in the Roman amphitheater in Verona.
  • Maggio Musicale Fiorentino In Florence, a wide selection of classical concerts throughout the season, generally from October through April.
  • Amalfi Coast Music & Arts Festival Voice/opera, chamber music, winds, piano and visual arts. Join musicians, artists and enthusiasts in the spectacular setting of Vietri, Italy on the Amalfi Coast this July 2009 for two 10-day sessions. Daily master classes, coaching, concerts, exhibits, excursions, etc. for amateur and aspiring professional musicians and artists. Guest program also available for enthusiasts, friends and family.
  • Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.
  • highSCORE Festival Contemporary Music Festival and Master Classes.
  • Italy with a concert series of internationally-renowned musicians and training program for young artists.
  • International Music Festival of the Adriatic Chamber music festival for strings, piano, voice, and composition. Students experience three-and-a-half weeks of collaborative music making with renowned faculty at the inspirational setting of the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino, Italy.
  • Kals'Art festival of music, cinema, theatre and art held in the summer in Palermo, Sicily. (This link is to the '05 festival program.)
  • Music of Campania.
  • MITOSettembreMusica MITO SettembreMusica: International Music Festival that since 2007 takes place in Milano and Turino. From classical music to jazz, rock and pop, from contemporary music to ethnic music, from early music to the most innovative and genre-transcending performances, to which are added concerts and shows for children, film screenings, round table discussions and conferences.
  • Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini of Jesi Pergolesi Spontini International Festival
  • Music Fest Perugia In Perugia, from July 16 - August 17. Classical music, focusing on piano and voice. Masterclasses, recitals, and concerts with symphonic orchestra of Ashdod. Concerts are in extraordinary halls such as Sala di Notari, Basilica San Pietro, Teatro Signorelli Cortona. Professors include John Perry, Sergei Babayan, Pascal Roge, Norma Fisher, Ilana Vered and others.
  • Pietrasanta in Concerto In Tuscany, from 20 July to 30 July. Concerts are held in the Chiostro Sant'Agostino and gather an impressive array of classical superstars each year, including Martha Argerich, Vadim Repin and Boriz Berezovsky. Founded by violinist and conductor Michael Guttman.
  • The Ravello Festival Extensive program in July and August in Ravello, on the Amalfi coast.
  • Ravello Concert Society Separate from the above, concert and chamber music, generally starts in March.
  • Rossini opera festival In Pesaro, birthplace of the composer. Generally in August. Features music of Rossini, but includes others.
  • soundSCAPE Composition And Performance Exchange est. in 2005 soundSCAPE promotes the music of emerging composers with performances by internationally renowned faculty and participants; two weeks of master classes, workshops (improvisation, career development, musicology, theory) in the Italian Alps.
  • Festival of Two Worlds In Spoleto. Held since 1958, generally in July, a massive program of symphonic music, opera, dance, jazz.
  • San Remo Festival The largest festival of Italian pop music in Italy. End of February/beginning of March.
  • Pop Music Festival The largest festival of pop music in Italy for emergent artists.
  • Annual Verdi Festival at the Teatro Regio in Parma.
  • Annual International Festival of Operetta at the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste.
  • Umbria Jazz Festival In Perugia, generally in July. The largest such event in Italy.
  • Endless Festival Collaborative International Festival Online
  • Pop Music Festival in Reggio Calabria
  • Paleariza in Reggio Calabria
  • Neapolis Festival in Naples
  • Ravello Festival in Ravello
  • Flame Fest in Bologna
  • Independent Days Festival in Bologna
  • Flippaut Festival in Bologna
  • Netmage in Bologna
  • Festival dello Stretto in Reggio Calabria
  • Castelfranco Blues Festival in Castelfranco Emilia
  • Ferrara sotto le stelle in Ferrara
  • Porretta Soul Festival in Porretta Terme
  • Play It Loud! Festival in Orzinuovi
  • Rototom Sunsplash in Benicassim
  • Liri Blues Festival In Isola del Liri, near Rome, in July. Founded in 1988, it's one of the main blues festivals in Italy.
  • Amore Festival in Rome
  • Dissonanze in Rome
  • Roma Tango Meeting in Rome
  • Goa-Boa Festival in Genoa
  • Festival della canzone italiana in Sanremo
  • Mantova Musica Festival in Mantova
  • Elita Festival in Milan
  • Evolution Festival in Milan
  • IdroscaloRock in Milan
  • Gods of Metal in Milan
  • Festival Latino Americando in Assago
  • Tempo Reale
  • Tradate Iron Fest in Tradate
  • Celtic Music Festival in Cremona
  • Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro
  • Traffic Festival in Turin
  • Carpino Folk Festival in Carpino
  • Festival Notte della Taranta
  • Rockaralis in Cagliari
  • roBOt Festival in Bologna
  • Arezzo Wave in Arezzo
  • Italia Wave in Livorno
  • Ypsigrock Festival in Castelbuono
  • Agglutination Metal Festival in Sant'Arcangelo
  • Folkest in Spilimbergo
  • Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto
  • Umbria Jazz in Perugia
  • Music Fest Perugia in Perugia
  • Heineken Jammin Festival in Venice
  • Festival della Montagna in Trento
  • Festival dell'Economia in Trento
  • Festival Show di Radio Birikina e Radio Bella & Monella in the north of Italy.
  • Festival Internazionale Quartetto d'Archi Reggio EmiliaQuartetto Italiano. Every year in June. The only music festival entirely dedicated to the great art of string quartet.
  • [2] Every year in July. The only festival devoted to the music of the harpsichord and early music/instruments
  • Sagra Musicale Malatestiana Rimini
  • Time Zones in Bari

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