From that first call, which carried the Ravenna Festival to Sarajevo on the opposite shores of the Adriatic in ‘97, the message of peace and brotherhood, which resounds yearly through our journeys of Friendship, has become one of its indefeasible moments. This year’s journey will take us to Trieste, a frontier city with many languages and cultures and a boundless past where bright memories of literature and poetry are woven into tragic reminiscences from our history of the darkest times of Europe. On the magnificent gulf shared by the three nations of Italy, Slovenia and Croatia, now willing to join in a warm embrace and look together to a brighter future, a sumptuous Requiem will resound, by Beethoven’s most beloved composer
Andrej Misson (1960)
Libertas animi (2008)
Improvvisazione su un madrigale di Iacobus Gallus
da Himna Evropske Slovenije (Inni alla Slovenia europea)
Himna slobodi (1928)
dalla Pastorale per coro e orchestra Dubravka op. 13
su testi di Ivan Gunduliã
Requiem in do minore per coro e orchestra (1816)
The New York Times presents the Teatro alla Scala’s opening performance
The La Scala opening performance goes global.
Nardello: “We possess a huge asset: Music”.