List of music festivals in Italy

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Italian music festivals Below is a list of major music festivals in Italy with links to the appropriate external websites:

Festivals[edit]

  • Arena di Verona Outdoor opera during the summer months in the Roman amphitheater in Verona.
  • Auditorium Parco della Musica Various musical events of all kinds throughout the year at the new music auditorium in Rome in the Flaminio quarter of the city near the Olympic village. *Maggio Musicale Fiorentino In Florence, a wide selection of classical concerts throughout the season, generally from October through April.
  • Amalfi Coast Music & Arts Festival Voice/opera, chamber music, winds, piano and visual arts. Join musicians, artists and enthusiasts in the spectacular setting of Maiori, Italy on the Amalfi Coast this July 2015 for two 10-day sessions. Daily master classes, coaching, concerts, exhibits, excursions, etc. for amateur and aspiring professional musicians and artists. Guest program also available for enthusiasts, friends and family.
  • Assisi Performing Arts Vocalists and instrumentalists convene in Assisi, Italy, in a program designed to complement the course of study that a music student would experience at a university or conservatory. Focus is on classical music, although jazz is highlighted with the recent addition of the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.
  • Chamber Music Campania A cross-disciplinary music festival in southern Italy for advanced graduate students and young professionals (musicians and composers). Emphasis on wind quintet repertoire, both standard and newly composed works.
  • highSCORE Festival Contemporary Music Festival and Master Classes.
  • Mandrea Music Festival[1] in Trento. 4 days of Folk, Reggae, Rock and Electronic in the Italian Alps overlooking Lake Garda, pulling crowds from all over the world.
  • Orfeo Music Festival[2]– Summer classical music festival in the Alps, a much desired escape from the burning heat of Italian summer. Musicians of international acclaim present daily concerts. Chamber music, voice, strings, piano, winds instruction and Orfeo Competition give students platform for intense learning and performances. College, pre-college and adult chamber music programs available, excursions, friends and family welcome.
  • InterHarmony International Music Festival Classical summer music festival in Arcidosso, Tuscany, Italy with a concert series of internationally renowned musicians and training program for young artists.
  • International Music Festival of the Adriatic Chamber music festival for strings, piano, voice, and composition. Students experience three-and-a-half weeks of collaborative music making with renowned faculty at the inspirational setting of the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino, Italy.
  • Kals'Art festival of music, cinema, theatre and art held in the summer in Palermo, Sicily. (This link is to the '05 festival program.)
  • San Leucio Festival. Classical, jazz, and pop music festival in July near Caserta. Also see Music of Campania.
  • MITOSettembreMusica MITO SettembreMusica: International Music Festival that since 2007 takes place in Milano and Turino. From classical music to jazz, rock and pop, from contemporary music to ethnic music, from early music to the most innovative and genre-transcending performances, to which are added concerts and shows for children, film screenings, round table discussions and conferences.
  • Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini of Jesi Pergolesi Spontini International Festival
  • Music Fest Perugia In Perugia, from July 28 - September 6 2016. MFP is the only festival in the world that provides almost all of its participants the experience and thrill of playing as a soloist with orchestra.

Last year more than 120 young artists performed with the orchestra With our brilliant resident orchestra, our students have the opportunity to work with and perform the Concerto Repertoire in some of the most exquisite venues that Italy has to offer! With a world class faculty from the most prestigious music schools, students leave our festival inspired, on fire, and transformed! The history and culture of beautiful Perugia and the overwhelmingly stunning Umbrian and Tuscan countryside make our eyes open to the beauty and wonder around us. Our program offers public performances, solo recitals, chamber music concerts, master classes, private lessons and inspirational discussions about the infinite possibilities music gives us all. Come join us for the magic that is Musicfest Perugia! Concerts are in extraordinary halls such as Sala di Notari, Basilica San Pietro, Teatro Signorelli Cortona. Professors include John Perry, Jerome Lowental - Ursula Oppens, John O' Connor, Matty RaekalLio, Ilana Vered and others. First Session: July 28-August 9 Second Session: August 11 - August 23 Third Session: August 25 - September 6.

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