(ANSA) - ROME, FEB 27 - Riccardo Muti and his OrchestraGiovanile Luigi Cherubini renew their commitment to Italian music and theaters, helping to keep their doors virtually open with the tour organized by Ravenna Festival: crossing the peninsula from north to south, concerts recorded in Bergamo, Naples and Palermo will be in free streaming respectively from 21, 25 and 28 March.
The appointment at Donizetti is a gift from BPER Banca to the city and the concert, including the Symphony of Don Pasquale and Beethoven's Eroica, will be broadcast on the BPER Banca website.
In the Neapolitan city, where Muti and Cherubini will perform the Symphony from I due Figarodi Mercadante and the Symphony n.
9 by Schubert, the event was instead made possible by the collaboration with Napoli TeatroFestival, which will host it on its official website.
Finally, the web TV of the Teatro Massimo in Palermo will broadcast the Symphony n.
3 by Schubert and Dvořák's "From the New World" Symphony.
In collaboration with RMMUSIC, the three concerts will remain available for 30 days from the first broadcast date;
they will also be accessible on Ansa.it, thanks to the partnership with the agency as part of the "ANSA per la Cultura" project, and on ravennafestival.live.
The concert, recorded on 10 March, will be available from 21 March on bper.it, on Ansa.it and ravennafestival.live.
The concert, recorded on March 19, will be available from March 26 on live.napoliteatrofestival.it and sucultura.regione.campania.it, on Ansa.it and ravennafestival.live.
The concert, recorded on March 21st, will be available from March 28th on the Theater web TV which can be accessed from the homepage: teatromassimo.it, on Ansa.it and ravennafestival.live.