On Sunday 21 June, the Festa della Musica kicks off the Estate all’italiana Festival: an exclusive 10-week tour dedicated to the best Italian festivals. A great showcase to promote – through the network of Embassies, Consular Offices and Italian Cultural Institutes abroad – cultural enterprises, artists and the unique beauty of the Italian cultural landscape.
Estate all’italiana Festival with ItaliaFestival
Thanks to the collaboration with the Italiafestival Association, the major events of the summer make up a quality programme including theatre, dance and music, crossing all the national territory with the Puccini Festival in Viareggio, the Ravenna Festival, the Napoli Teatro Festival Italia, the Festival Valle d’Itria, the Emilia Romagna Festival, Borgate dal Vivo in Piedmont, the mid-summer International Tagliacozzo Festival in Abruzzo, the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, Opera Estate Festival in Bassano del Grappa, Armonie d’Arte in Calabria and the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto.
Estate all’Italiana Festival with Umbria Jazz
Great Italian jazz enters the calendar of the Estate all’italiana Festival thanks to the collaboration of the Umbria Jazz Foundation, with two concerts broadcast free of charge all over the world in live streaming and a special episode dedicated to the fantastic Jazz in August programme, which will be held in Perugia from 7 to 10 August 2020.
Estate all’italiana Festival with Inda 2020 For Solo Voices
The series organised by the Inda Foundation at the Greek Theatre of Syracuse, one of the most fascinating locations of our cultural heritage, offers a special journey for solo voices through ancient myths and modern music. Two unmissable events are included in the Estate all’italiana Festival calendar: 22 August with Isabella Ragonese and Teho Teardo and 30 August with a site specific performance by Mircea Cantor.
Place To Be: Estate all’italiana Festival with Italian Music Festivals
Place To Be is an exclusive format of Italian Music Festivals, promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which merges landscape narrative and new sounds. In September, three original and exclusive productions showcase extraordinary places and some of the best Italian artists
on the contemporary and cutting edge music scene: Clap! Clap! and Kety Fusco in the medieval village of Civita di Bagnoregio, Lazio, Calibro 35 amidst the archaeological excavations of Egnazia, Puglia and Nu Guinea in the vineyards of Monferrato, Piedmont.
The initiative is promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of measures to support cultural enterprises and the international recovery of Italy.