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Ravenna Festival • 2020
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Zeitraum der Veranstaltung: von 21.06.2020 bis 30.07.2020

Sunday 21 June, The music in Italy restarts from Ravenna

It's thanks to Ravenna Festival that music restarts, opening to the public the Brancaleone Fortress and giving a great concert directed by RICCARDO MUTI.

In this historical open space, the Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini and soprano Rosa Feola will meet the Maestro for the first public concert in Italy after a long and thundering silence due to the epidemic containment measures taken in the last months.

It's an event with a great symbolical value, whose importance is further underlined by the presence of Minister Dario Franceschini and the national TV coverage of RAI on the same day of the music festival.

The 31st edition of Ravenna Festival, recreated ad hoc for an unprecedented context, will continue until 30 July, with more than fourty events. The main stage will be inside the Brancaleone Fortress, but the Festival will also take place in the nearby cities of Cervia and Lugo.

The social-distancing measures will be applied in order to grant the complete safety of the artists, the personnel and the 250 spectators allowed to the event; the latters will have to wear a mask and respect an entrance shifting system.

The opening concerts—a special edition from every point of viewrecollects in one only event all the history of Ravenna Festival, whose destiny has been in the balance for weeks, seen the happenings and the regulations that led to the closiong of theatres and caused the cancellation of events throughout Italy.

In 1990 it was Muti to direct the opening concert of the first edition of Ravenna Festival inside this fortress, built in the 15th century, directing the Cherubini Orchestra, which is composed by Italian musicians under-30. By choosing for the occasion this particular concert and especially this Orchestra, Ravenna Festival launches an unmistakable message: music and, in a broader sense, culture can restart only if we look at the new generations of artists, who are paying the highest price of the extremely long-lasting silence that hit this so strange 2020.

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The programme of the Festival will be soon available on: www.ravennafestival.org

The presales tickets for the performances will be available starting from Thursday 11 June at 10am. Tickets can be purchased exclusively online, on the official websitewww.ravennafestival.org or calling the Ticket Office of the Dante Alighieri Theatre - tel. +39 0544 249244.

Every event will feature 300 available seats at the Brancaleone Fortress, 300 available seats in Cervia, 500 seats in Lugo. Each person can purchase no more than 2 seats.


ALL EVENTS ARE VISIBLE FOR FREE, EVEN FROM OWN HOME ON THE WEBSITE 
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Sunday 21 June

In Templo Domini
Basilica of Santa Maria in Porto | At 12pm
O GLORIOSA DOMINA
Ensemble Recitarcantando
Pamela Lucciarini soprano

With the presence of His Highness Mgr. Lorenzo Ghizzoni, Archbishop of Ravenna - Cervia


OPENING CONCERT
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
ORCHESTRA GIOVANILE LUIGI CHERUBINI
RICCARDO MUTI conductor
ROSA FEOLA soprano

Aleksandr Nikolaevicˇ Skrjabin
Rêverie op. 24

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Exsultate, jubilate mottetto in F major for soprano, 2 oboes, 2 horns, strings and organ KV 165
Et incarnatus est, from the Mass in C minor KV 427
Symphony no. 41 in C major Jupiter KV 551


RAVENNA FESTIVAL IN CERVIA-MILANO MARITTIMA
Per l’alto sale: il Trebbo in musica 2.0

Monday 22 June

IVANO MARESCOTTI
Homage to Tonino Guerra
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Paolo Damiani bass and live electronics


Wednesday 24 June

LAILA TENTONI
Pellegrino Artusi, il gastronomo che visse nel futuro
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With the Bevano Est
In collaboration with Casa Artusi


Thursday 25 June

ILARIA CAPUA & GAD LERNER
Pandemia, salute circolare e informazione
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Gianluca Petrella trombone and Pasquale Mirra vibraphone
In collaboration with Elastica Live & Comunicazione


Sunday 28 June

Homage to Federico Fellini for his 100-year birth anniversary
ITALIAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
Fabio Petretti Conductor
Simone Zanchini accordion


Tuesday 30 June

PAOLO RUMIZ
Quell’Europa che viene da Oriente
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Fabio Mina flute


Thursday 2 July

STEFANO BOERI
Architettura e Natura
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Paolo Fresu trumpet and Daniele Di Bonaventura bandoneon
In collaboration with Elastica Live & Comunicazione


Tuesday 7 July

ROBERTO COTRONEO
Il demone della perfezione. Il Genio di Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Domenico Bevilacqua piano


Thursday 9 July

MELANIA MAZZUCCO
L’architettrice
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
with Rita Marcotulli piano
In collaboration with Elastica Live & Comunicazione


Thursday 16 July

MASSIMO GRAMELLINI
Prima che tu venga al mondo
Arena dello Stadio dei Pini (Cervia) | At 9.30pm
With Virginia Guastella piano
In collaboration with Elastica Live & Comunicazione


Tuesday 23 June

THREEFER. HOMAGE TO MINA
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
With Danilo Rea, Massimo Moriconi, Alfredo Golino
Massimiliano Pani Storyteller


Wednesday 24 June

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
THE TRIUMPH OF FIME AND DISENCHANTMENT
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
(HWV46A) Oratorio in two parts on the composition by Benedetto Pamphilj

Accademia Bizantina
Ottavio Dantone harpsichord and conductor
Piacere - Emmanuelle de Negri soprano
Bellezza - Monica Piccinini soprano
Disinganno - Delphine Galou mezzosoprano
Tempo - Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani tenor


Thursday 25 June

250-year birth anniversary (1770-1827)
HOMAGE TO BEETHOVEN
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Nikolay Khozyainov, piano

Franz Liszt Transcription of the second movement, Allegretto, of the Symphony no. 7 in A major op. op. 92 by L. V. Beethoven
Robert Schumann Etudes in Variation Form on a Theme by Beethoven, WoO 31
Fryderyk Chopin Prelude in C sharp minor, Op. 45 (for the Beethoven Album published in 1842)
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Variations sérieuses op. 54 (for the Beethoven Album, 1842)
Franz Liszt Transcription of the Lied “Nimm sie hin denn, diese Lieder", taken from "An die ferne Geliebte" op. 98 by Beethoven
Robert Schumann Fantasie in C major, Op. 17, (originally written for the Beethoven Album)


Friday 26 June

Fanny & Alexander
I SOMMERSI E I SALVATI
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
From the project Se questo è Levi
Directed by Luigi De Angelis
Dramaturgy Chiara Lagani

With Andrea Argentieri
Production E/Fanny & Alexander
2019 Ubu special prize to Fanny & Alexander for their project “Se questo è Levi”
2019 Ubu prize for the best actor and performet under 35 to Andrea Argentieri


Sunday 28 June

Homage to Beethoven in his 250th birth anniversary
ORCHESTRA GIOVANILE LUIGI CHERUBINI
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
VALERY GERGIEV conductor
BEATRICE RANA piano

Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37
Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68
, “The Pastoral Symphony”


Monday 29 June

ET MANCHI PIETÀ
Inspired to Artemisia Gentileschi and to the music of her time
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Accademia d’Arcadia

Alessandra Rossi Lürig spinetta e concertazione
Silvia Frigato soprano
Video by Anagoor
Direction and editing Simone Derai, Marco Menegoni (Silver Lion, Venice Biennial Festival, 2018 "Theatre" section)
Music by Claudio Monteverdi, Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Barbara Strozzi, Lorenzo Allegri, Luigi Rossi, Tarquinio Merula, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Andrea Falconieri, Stefano Landi, Dario Castello


Tuesday 30 June

O ORIENS
The sacred music by Matteo from Perugia and the motets of the Cyprus Manuscript (15th century)
La fonte musica
Basilica of San Vitale | In streaming at 9.30pm

Michele Pasotti lute and conductor
Francesca Cassinari, Alena Dantcheva sopranos
Gianluca Ferrarini, Massimo Altieri tenors
Efix Puleo vielle for arm
Teodoro Baù vielle for leg
Nathaniel Wood, Ermes Giussani trombone


Wednesday 1 July

BUDAPEST FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
IVÁN FISCHER conductor
ANNA PROHASKA soprano

Richard Wagner
Siegfried Idyll, symphonic poem in E major for little orchestra WWV103

Benjamin Britten
Les illuminations op. 18 for soprano and strings

Franz Joseph Haydn
Symphony no. 104 in D major “London” Hob. 104


Thursday 2 July

FILIPPO GORINI piano
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm

Franz Schubert
Piano sonata in G major op. 78 “Fantasie” D 894

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata no.32 in C minor op.111


Friday 3 July

LE VIE DELL’AMICIZIA:
CONCERT FOR SYRIA
RICCARDO MUTI conductor
Dedicated to Hevrin Khalaf (1984-2019). A bridge of brotherhood through art and culture
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm

With the participation of Aynur Dogˇan and Zehra Dogˇan
Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini
Syrian National Symphony Orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, op. 55 “Heroic”


Saturday 4 July

QUARTETTO NOÛS
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Tiziano Baviera violin
Alberto Franchin violin
Sara Dambruoso viola
Tommaso Tesini cello

Ludwig van Beethoven
String Quartet in F major, Op.59 No.1 “Rasumowsky”

Dmitrij Šostakovicˇ
String quartet in F major op.73 no. 3


Sunday 5 July

Teatro delle Albe
RUMORE DI ACQUE – IL DECENNALE
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
By Marco Martinelli
Concept by Marco Martinelli, Ermanna Montanari
With Alessandro Renda and the Fratelli Mancuso
Coproduction Ravenna Festival, Teatro delle Albe/Ravenna Teatro


LE VIE DELL’AMICIZIA:
CONCERT FOR SYRIA SIRIA
RICCARDO MUTI conductor
Dedicated to Hevrin Khalaf (1984-2019). A bridge of brotherhood through art and culture
Archaeological park of Paestum | At 9.30pm

With the participation of Aynur Dogˇan and Zehra Dogˇan
Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini
Syrian National Symphony Orchestra
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, op. 55 “Heroic”


Monday 6 July

Menoventi
BUONA PERMANENZA AL MONDO
MAJAKOVSKIJ BPM
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Taken from Il defunto odiava i pettegolezzi by Serena Vitale (© 2015 Adelphi Edizioni, S.p.A. Milano)
By Gianni Farina
With Consuelo Battiston, Tamara Balducci, Leonardo Bianconi, Federica Garavaglia, Mauro Milone
Directed by, Sound and light design by Gianni Farina
Animations and technology by Lorenzo Camera
Graphic design by Marco Smacchia
Organization and promotion by Ilenia Carrone
Co-production by E/Menoventi, Ravenna Festival


Tuesday 7 July

THE PLAGUE IN HAMBURG (1663)
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Lamentations and texts of the Passion in pre-Bach Germany
Graciela Gibelli soprano
Fulvio Bettini baritone
Il Suonar Parlante Ensemble
Vittorio Ghielmi viola on leg and conductor
Alessandro Tampieri violin
Luca Pianca lute
Lorenzo Ghielmi organ
Rodney Prada, Cristiano Contadin, Christoph Urbanetz violas on leg
Music by Heinrich Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Jan Dismas Zelenka, Matthias Weckmann, Johannes Rosenmüller and others


Wednesday 8 July

Homage to John Lennon (1940-1980)
I KILLED THE BEATLES
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
One act for singer, actor and string quartet by Stefano Valanzuolo
Sarah Jane Morris

Solis String Quartet
With Paolo Cresta
Scenic design and directed by Pierluigi Iorio
Music of Beatles trascritte, arranged by Antonio Di Francia
Produced by International Music and Arts


Thursday 9 July

CI SONO GIORNI CHE NON ACCADONO MAI
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
By Valerio Cappelli
With Sergio Castellitto e Isabella Ferrari
Directed by Sergio Castellitto
Music by Ennio Morricone
PREVIEW
Coproduced by Ravenna Festival and Festival Puccini


Friday 10 July

AMOR TIRANNO
Passioni d’amore nella Venezia del ’600
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Carlo Vistoli countertenor
Ensemble Sezione Aurea
Filippo Pantieri harpsichord and orchestrator
Gabriele Raspanti and Francesca Camagni violins
Elisa La Marca theorbo and baroque guitar
Sebastiano Severi cello
Rosita Ippolito violone
Music by Claudio Monteverdi, Filiberto Laurenzi, Benedetto Ferrari, Francesco Cavalli


Saturday 11 July

NERI MARCORÈ
LE MIE CANZONI ALTRUI
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Neri Marcorè voice and guitar
Domenico Mariorenzi guitar, bouzouki and piano
Stefano Cabrera cello, electric bass
Fabrizio Guarino electric guitar
Simone Talone drums


Sunday 12 July

ORCHESTRA GIOVANILE LUIGI CHERUBINI
RICCARDO MUTI conductor
TAMÁS VARGA cello
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm

Antonín Dvorˇák
Cello concert no. 2 in B minor op. 104
Symphony no. 9 in E minor from the “New World” op. 95


Monday 13 July

TELEION
Fragments of Greek ancient music
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Camilla Lopez voice and drums
Matteo Ramon Arevalos piano, prepared piano and drums
Sound machines: electronic shruti box electronic tanpura
Translation and translitteration of ancient texts by Dimitris Soukoulis


Tuesday 14 July

LUDUS GRAVIS
Bass Ensemble
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Daniele Roccato soloist bass
Francesco Platoni, Giacomo Piermatti, Alessandro Schillaci, Stefano Battaglia, Paolo Di Gironimo, Andrea Passini, Simone Masina, Mauro Tedesco basses
Giacinto Scelsi “Mantram“ for the soloist bass
Daniele Roccato Minima Colloquia #4 “Vilma’s Memories” for soloist bass
Sofia Gubaidulina “Mirage: The Dancing Sun“ for eight basses
Francesco Antonioni “Altre Isole” for eight basses (2019)
Stefano Scodanibbio "Ottetto” for eight basses (2012)


Wednesday 15 July

Music and cinema cinema
CHARLIE CHAPLIN “CITY LIGHTS” (1931)
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Orchestra Arcangelo Corelli
Timothy Brock conductor
Original music by Charlie Chaplin, José Padilla redeveloped by Timothy Brock
In collaboration with the movie library Cineteca di Bologna


Thursday 16 July

Homage to Beethoven for his 250th birth anniversary
FRANCESCO MANARA violin
CESARE PEZZI piano
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm

Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata no. 1 in D major, op. 12 no. 1
Sonata no. 6 in A major, op. 30 no. 1
Sonata no. 9 in A major, also known as “Kreutzer Sonata” op. 47


Friday 17 July

VINICIO CAPOSSELA
PANDEMONIUM
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm


Saturday 18 July

DUETS AND SOLOS
Beatrice Rana and Mario Brunello with the étoiles of ballet
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Organized by Daniele Cipriani
Mario Brunello cello
Beatrice Rana piano

Daners
Silvia Azzoni (Hamburg Ballet), Sergio Bernal (Spain National Ballet), Hugo Marchand (Opéra de Paris), Matteo Miccini (Stuttgart Ballet), Alexandre Ryabko (Hamburg Ballet), Iana Salenko (Deutsche Oper Berlin), Marian Walter (Deutsche Oper Berlino)
Music councellor Gastón Fournier-Facio
In collaboration with Fondazione Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova, Festival del Balleto di Nervi


Monday 20 July

Werner Herzog and Ernst Reijseger
“REQUIEM FOR A DYING PLANET” cineconcert
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Music by Ernst Reijseger for the cinema of Werner Herzog
Ernst Reijseger cello
Harmen Fraanje piano
Mola Sylla voice, xalam and m’bira Cuncordu and Tenor de Orosei
Images taken from the movies: “The Wild Blue Yonder”, “The White Diamond”, “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” e “Nomad – In the Foodsteps of Bruce Chatwin”


Tuesday 21 July

THE BATTLE OF LEPANTO
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Concept by Gabriele Miracle
Script by Gabriele Miracle e Mauro Morini
Gianluigi Tosto actor
La Pifarescha
Marco Ferrari bombards, flutes, bagpipe, zurna, ney, kaval Stefano Vezzani bombards, flutes, fife
Mauro Morini trombone, buisine, slide trumpet, olifant; David Yacus trombone, buisine, olifant
Gabriele Miracle military drums, tambourine, cymbals, triangle, castanets, tapan, naqqarat, riqq, psaltery
Fabio Tricomi vielle, fife, Jew's harp, tombak, davul, tambourines

Music by Moritz von Hessen, Francesco Bendusi, Josquin Desprez,Tielman Susato, Guillaume Dufay, Jacobus Handl, Antonio Valente, Paolino d’Aquileia, Anonymes of the 15th and 16th century

Wednesday 2 July

GIOVANNI SOLLIMA
CELLO ENSEMBLE
With the special participation of Enrico Melozzi
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm
Music by Henry Purcell, Padre Komitas, Giovanni Sollima, Domenico Modugno, The Queen, Leonard Cohen and folk songs from all over the world


Thursday 23 July

ORCHESTRA NOTTURNA CLANDESTINA
ENRICO MELOZZI conductor
With the special participation of Giovanni Sollima
Brancaleone Fortress | At 9.30pm


RAVENNA FESTIVAL IN LUGO

Friday 24 July

BRUNORI SAS ACOUSTIC LIVE
Orario: 21.30
ATTENTION!
Due to bad weather, the concert was moved to the Pala De André in Ravenna


Saturday 25 July

STEFANO BOLLANI
PIANO VARIATIONS ON JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
Pavaglione, Lugo | At 9.30pm
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice's Album
Piano solo. Preview


Sunday 26 July

Deproducers
DNA
The performance that makes science play
Pavaglione, Lugo | At 9.30pm
With Telmo Pievani Chair of biological sciences at the University of Padua
Production Fondazione AIRC in collaboration with Deproducers


Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 July

Ravenna Festival hosts the 2020 edition of “Lugocontemporanea”
Pavaglione, Lugo | At 9.30pm


Thursday 30 July

A LIFE LIKE IN THE MOVIES: LUIS BACALOV
Pavaglione, Lugo | At 9.30pm
With Maria Grazia Cucinotta narrating voice
Vittorio De Scalzi (New Trolls) singer, flute and keyboards
and live music performed by ÀNEMA
Video direction Andrea Balducci
Direction Carlos Branca and Rosanna Pavarini

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