Riccardo Muti

Italy’s first public concerts since the country’s lockdown will take place on 9 March at the re-imagined Ravenna Festival, which will present up to 40 open-air events performed in the city’s 15th century fortress, Rocca Brancaleone for audiences of up to 250.

For the opening concert, conductor Riccardo Muti will be joined by over 60 members of the Luigi Cherubini Youth Orchestra and soloist Rosa Feola. All regulations on social distancing will be followed for the safety of the artists, staff and 250 members of the audience – for the latter masks, as well as a staggered access system, will be mandatory.

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