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Estate 2022

About

Tuesday, October 17, 9pm | Monreale Cathedral
for the 65esima Settimana Internazionale di Musica Sacra

Massimo Youth Orchestra
Massimo Kids Orchestra
Conductor Michele De Luca 
Organ Giovanni Battista Vaglica
Teatro Massimo Cantoria
Chorus Master Giuseppe Ricotta 
Teatro Massimo Youth Chorus
Chorus Master Salvatore Punturo 
Orchestra Sinfonica Siciliana’s Youth Chorus
Chorus Master Riccardo Scilipoti 

Free entrance subject to availability

Programme

Simone Piraino

Unum Loquuntur Omnia – Tutta la realtà proclama una cosa sola (Orchestra) – world premiere

Gabriel Fauré

Ave verum op. 65 (Children’s Choir, Organ and Orchestra)
Cantique de Jean Racine op. 11 (Children’s Choir and Organ)
Ave Maria op. 67 (Children’s Choir, Organ and Orchestra)
Maria, Mater Gratiae (Children’s Choir, Organ and Orchestra)

Giuseppe Ricotta

Veni Sancte Spiritus (Children’s Choir, Organ and Orchestra)

Frode Fjellheim

Dona nobis pacem (Children’s Choir and Orchestra)

John Rutter

What sweeter music (Children’s Choir and Orchestra)

Riccardo Scilipoti

Gloria (Children’s Choir, Organ and Orchestra) – world premiere

Marcel Dupré

Cortège et Litanie op. 19, n. 2 for organ and orchestra

Giuseppe Ricotta

Contemporary Mass n° 1 Anima Mundi

About

Monday, March 4 2024 | Main Stage

Conductor Michele De Luca
Dramaturgy and Acting Paolo Migone
Massimo Kids Orchestra

Comedian Paolo Migone explains that classical music is not something incomprehensible or particularly strange, but is first and foremost music.
So why not let ourselves be moved and involved by the music of the great composers? Migone guides us into a universe unknown to many, and he does it in his own way, with absolute originality, lots of irony and without any prejudice or pretentious snobbery. The show is engaging, entertaining, enriched by slides, and in the narration four of the most incredible musicians in the history of music are associated with the four elements: Vivaldi with the water, Bach with the earth, Mozart with the air, Beethoven with the fire, as if to emphasise the indispensability of music for humanity.

Tickets

Full price: 12 €
Student concession: 5 €

 

Programme

Music by

J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, W. A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven

Spoken parts of the performance are in Italian; a basic understanding of the language is adviced.

This performance is for school groups. In case seats are available to the general audience, they will be on sale on the same day of performance at the box-office.

Sunday March 3 performance is open to everyone.

About

Cantoria of the Teatro Massimo Foundation

Choirmaster Giuseppe Ricotta

Tickets: Full-price 10€ / Reduced-price 8€

 

 

 

 

Programme

Lead Belly

Bring Me Little Water Sylvie

Johann Sebastian Bach

Aria sulla quarta corda

David Lang

He was and she was da Love Fail

Giuseppe Ricotta

Contemporary Mass n. 1 “Anima Mundi”

Kyrie – Gloria – Sanctus – Benedictus – Lux Aeterna – Agnus Dei

Ola Gjeilo

Tundra

Giuseppe Ricotta

Che colpa ho?

Leonard Cohen

Hallelujah (arr. Alberto Maniaci)

Medley da Sister Act

Hail Holy Queen, I will follow Him, Shout (arr. Marc Saiman)

Smokey Robinson My Guy/My God
Amazing grace – Oh happy day (arr. Giuseppe Ricotta)

Merwyn Warren Joyful, joyful

About

Please notice that the performance scheduled on May 21 has been postponed to May 23.
The tickets already bought for May 21 will still be valid for the new date.

Conductor Michele De Luca
Choirmaster Giuseppe Ricotta
Dramaturgy and direction Gianpaolo Bellanca e Myriam Leone
from an idea by Pippo Lo Manto
Music by Alberto Maniaci, Ola Gjelo, Robert W. Smith, Simone Piraino, Giuseppe Ricotta
Video projections and images Claudio Di Domenico
Sketches Christian Lanni
Pictorial realisation Christian Lanni (Selva Oscura), Giuseppe Accardo (Inferno), Candida Ilenia Scalia (Purgatorio)
Giuseppe Ciaccio (Ascension), Innocenzo Mancuso (Paradise) Set Design Department of the Fondazione Teatro Massimo
Stage movements
 Mariella Petrotta
Assistant director Francesco D’Amico

Compagnia Volti dal Kaos
Cantoria of the Teatro Massimo
Massimo K&Y Symphonic Band

For audiences aged 12 and over

Tickets

Performance of May 21st (for families):

10€ to 25€

Performance on May 23nd (for families):

Students 5 €
Full price 12 €
Reduced price 10 €
For more information

 

Programme

Robert W. Smith

The Divine Comedy

About

Conductor Michele De Luca
Dramaturgy and Acting Paolo Migone
Massimo Kids Orchestra

Paolo Migone explains that classical music is not something incomprehensible or particularly strange, but is first and foremost music.
So why not let ourselves be moved and involved by the music of the great composers? Migone guides us into a universe unknown to many, and he does it in his own way, with absolute originality, lots of irony and without any prejudice or pretentious snobbery. The show is engaging, entertaining, enriched by slides, and in the narration four of the most incredible musicians in the history of music are associated with the four elements: Vivaldi with the water, Bach with the earth, Mozart with the air, Beethoven with the fire, as if to emphasise the indispensability of music for humanity.

Tickets: from 10€ to 25€

This performance is in Italian. A basic knowledge of the language is advised.

 

Programme

Music by

J. S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, W. A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven

The artists

August 2 2024 – 9pm | Staircase, Teatro Massimo

Stairway to the Stars

Homage to Puccini

Young Musicians of the Teatro Massimo Young Musicians Programme

FREE EVENT

Info

This event

is free. Come join us on the Main Staircase of the Teatro Massimo!

About

Pianists of the Massimo Kids Orchestra Claire Monteleone, Salvatore Maira
Pianists of the Massimo Youth Orchestra Enrico Gargano, Riccardo Di Giovanni, Vittoria D’Agostaro
Students of the Liceo Classico “V. Emanuele II” Manfredi Manno, Samuele Mascellino, Carla Raso, Giuseppe Cinà, Anna Campanotta

Entrance reserved for students of the Liceo Classico “V. Emanuele II”

The 6th edition of PIANO CITY PALERMO, the piano festival that transforms the city into a big stage, with talented artists from Sicily and all over the world, will be held from October 13th to October 15th.

Piano City Palermo returns to make the city resound with the sound of the piano and lands in Palermo for its sixth edition, thanks to the city’s generous welcome.

The festival, a co-production of the City of Palermo, the Teatro Massimo and the Piano City Milano association, is dedicated to the piano and ranges across musical genres, from classical to jazz, from pop to electronic. In these years of Palermo’s lively transformation, it brings music to the most sensitive, symbolic and significant places for the city’s social life. Concerts are free admission with compulsory booking. A big thank you to the pianists participating in the initiative and to the citizens, who are the true protagonists of this festival dedicated to Palermo!

Programme

Program

Music by W. A. Mozart, A. Scarlatti, F. Liszt, F. Chopin, C. Debussy, J. S. Bach, L. van Beethoven, A. I. Khachaturian, D. Cimarosa, F. Schubert, L. Einaudi, H. Zimmer, F. Mendelssohn, R. Schumann, E. Morricone, J. Lennon e P. McCartney, S. Heller

About

JuniOrchestra (Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia), Massimo Youth Orchestra and Massimo Kids Orchestra
Conductor Simone Genuini / Michele De Luca

JUNIORCHESTRA OF THE ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI SANTA CECILIA
Conductor Simone Genuini
Woodwind Tutor Ludovica Scoppola
Music Co-ordinator Gregorio Mazzarese

TEATRO MASSIMO YOUTH and KIDS ORCHESTRAS
Conductor Michele De Luca
Music Assistant Vincenzo Alioto

Tickets

Section 1 –  Full price 20 / Concession 16 / Card Under 35 10
Section 2 –  Full price 15 / Concession 12 / Card Under 35 10
Section 3 –  Full price 12 / Concession 10 / Card Under 35 8
Section 4 –  Full price 10 / Concession 8 / Card Under 35 5

 

 

Programme

Programme

MASSIMO KIDS ORCHESTRA
Antonín Dvořák Antonín’s New World (arr. Dizzy Stratford)
Georges Bizet Carmen Suite
Pérez Prado Mambo Jambo
Salvatore Nogara Kids Tango

MASSIMO YOUTH ORCHESTRA
Dmitrij Šostakovič Ouverture festiva in La maggiore op. 96
Gioachino Rossini Sinfonia da La gazza ladra

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JUNIORCHESTRA DELL’ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI SANTA CECILIA
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ouverture da La clemenza di Tito
Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij Romeo e Giulietta Ouverture-fantasia in si minore

JUNIORCHESTRA DELL’ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI SANTA CECILIA AND MASSIMO YOUTH ORCHESTRA
Pietro Mascagni Intermezzo da Cavalleria rusticana
Giuseppe Verdi Ouverture da I vespri siciliani
John Williams A Tribute to John Williams (arr. Paul Lavender)
Alberto Ginastera Malambo

Thanks to Cassa Depositi e prestiti CDP


Poster

About

 

Free entrance

Conductor Michele De Luca
Concept, direction Marco Canzoneri
Music by Giuseppe Verdi
Orchestration Salvatore Nogara
Music Assistant and arrangements Vincenzo Alioto
Assistant Director and arrangements Manlio Messina
Scene Designs Stefano Canzoneri
Video Gianluigi Toccafondo
Lighting Designs Leonardo Librizzi
A production of the Teatro Massimo

Soprano Federica Maggì
Symphonic Band of the Massimo Youth Orchestra

Coro Cittadino dei quartieri Danisinni, Roccella/Sperone e ZEN diretti da Manlio Messina
Cantoria del Teatro Massimo diretta da Salvatore Punturo e Giuseppe Ricotta

 

Programme

A Project of the Fondazione Teatro Massimo

loosely inspired by La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi

with the support of Città metropolitana di Palermo

Backstage video

Getting to Danisinni Farm

Danisinni Farm (Fattoria di Danisinni) is located in Piazza Danisinni, about 25 minutes walk from the Teatro Massimo.