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from 23 countries (42% foreign), over 130 events in 3 days, over 300 artists and personalities involved in concerts, masterclasses and presentations; Buyer delegations from 12 selected countries with the support of ICE-Agency. Mondomusica, Piano Experience, Acoustic Guitar Village, Accordion Show, are the complete representation of the main events that will make high-quality musical instruments protagonists. “Cremona Musica – he explains Roberto Biloni, president of CremonaFiere – is a concrete demonstration of integration between business, culture and art, complementary aspects that need to feed each other: culture needs to be supported by the company and the market, but the company also needs to nourish itself of the excellences of art and culture, which give greater strength and identity to the business. This is the way to interpret the Cremonafiere fair and the institutions that are working synergistically to offer a unique and engaging experience “. The peculiarity of Cremona Musica International Exhibitions And Festival, which makes the event unique of its kind, is its strategic and prominent position in the reference market which in three days brings together operators in the sector, professional musicians, teachers, or simple enthusiasts, united by the passion for music, in the belief that it is not just work or entertainment, but also one of the most effective ways to give a deeper meaning to life, because it allows you to share emotions. There are no other fairs or festivals in Europe where in a few days you can attend over 100 musical events in the same place, or meet many professional musicians and operators in the sector.
The Hungarian violinist will also be among the personalities who will take part in the event Roby Lakatos, the cultural anthropologist and member of the Board of the Astor Piazzolla Foundation Maria Susana Azzi, the dean of piano tuners in Italy and president of the AIARP Association (Italian Association of Piano Tuners and Repairers) Luciano Del Rio placeholder image, the composer Richard Danielpour, the pianist Enrico Pieranunzi, to whom the Cremona Musica Award 2021 will be awarded respectively for the categories: performance – strings, communication, project, composition, performance-jazz. The prestigious award was established by CremonaFiere in 2014 and is awarded to personalities and institutions from the musical world who have achieved excellence in their field. The management and scientific committee of Cremona Musica each year select the protagonists of international music who have contributed most to spreading great music and the values that have always been linked to the musical tradition. The link with the city of Cremona, symbol of Italian musical excellence in the world, the context of Cremona Musica and the prestige of the winners, have made Cremona Musica Award one of the most coveted awards in the sector.
The big news this year is Cremona Musica Downtown, theater of various sets of acoustic ensembles that will involve guitars, violins, accordions, with a grand finale dedicated to the mandolin to celebrate the 2021 event at the “Cremona Mandolini in Mostra” fair.. The first appointment, organized by Armadillo Club and CremonaFiere with the artistic direction of Alessio Ambrosi, is scheduled for Saturday 25th at 20:30 in the Federico II Courtyard (city center), with a performance by Trio Tanguedia Project in “All Piazzolla” with Gianluca Campi on the accordion, Franco Casabianca on the guitar, Marina Mammarella to the violin; the Duo Chatsdebois with Massimo Gatti to the mandola e Paola Selva on the guitar; Brotherwood2 and The Virtual Orchestra with the brothers Sampaolesi on guitar, accordion and virtual symphony orchestra, the accordionist of world-music Renè Lacaille from the island of La Réunion; Carlo Aonzo, Mauro Squillante & The Soloists of the Naples Mandolin ‘Orchestra. Maria Susana Azzi, winner of one of the Cremona Musica Awards, will be on stage with the Trio Tanguedia Project to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Astor piazzolla. Admission to the concert is free with reservations required, please refer to the website www.cremonamusica.com. Live events will also feature on the afternoon of Sunday 26 September in the courtyard of Palazzo Affaitati, seat of the Civic Museum and the State Library: from 2 to 8 pm a series of musical flash mobs of soloists and youth acoustic ensembles, with the coordination of the masters Roberto Lana e Massimo Ottini. The updated calendar is available at the link http://events.cremonamusica.com/events/index.php