‘Sanremo Giovani World Tour Featuring Noemi’, in concert in Dubai on 21 December and broadcast on Radio Italia.
Sanremo Giovani World Tour in Dubai and on Radio Italia
The concert that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, in collaboration with the Commissariato Expo Dubai, has organized in the framework of the activities aimed at promoting Italian culture, economy and innovation (the so-called ‘Sistema Paese”), and with the aim of improving and promoting the visibility of Italian artists and creatives abroad, will be broadcast on Radio Italia on Christmas Eve.
‘Sanremo Giovani World Tour 2021 Featuring Noemi’, will be held on 21 December on the ‘Jubilee Stage’ of ‘Expo Dubai 2020’, under the artistic direction of Valeriano Chiaravalle.
‘Radio Italia Live, Christmas special in Dubai – Sanremo Giovani World Tour 2021 Featuring Noemi’ will be broadcast on Radio Italia solomusicaitaliana and streamed on radioitalia.it and on the broadcaster’s official apps on 25 December 2021 at 9:00 pm, with commentary by Daniela Cappelletti.
In addition to the most famous songs by Noemi and Davide Shorty, Folcast and Wrongonyou, the set list will include other great Italian hits.
‘We are very pleased with this prestigious partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, given that Radio Italia‘s vocation for over 30 years has also been to promote Italian music, Italian artists and the Italian language all over the world, not only for the millions of our compatriots spread out over various continents, but also for people who are not as well acquainted with our cultural output. This is a path that was begun several years ago through the staging of numerous concerts all over the world, from South America to North America, all of Europe and Australia. This partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation takes us back on a path that, because of Covid, was interrupted a couple of years ago. We will be very pleased to be able to achieve the goals we set ourselves. I would like to thank Alessandro Raffaelli, Head of Institutional Relations at Radio Italia, who promoted the various meetings with managers and officials of the Directorate General for the Country System at the Farnesina, leading to this agreement today and possible new future collaborations’, Mario Volanti, Publisher and President of Radio Italia.