Sixteen concerts between July and September 2020 are the meeting points of a widespread open-air festival in the Italian regions of Lombardia, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Emilia Romagna, Umbria and Campania.
In this time of emergency, the Comitato AMUR has been created to give a voice to Chamber Music in Italy. Thanks to the precious collaboration with Le Dimore del Quartetto, the committee makes parks, gardens and courtyards of historic houses become alive again thanks to the most outstanding young ensembles of the national music scene, who have suffered the consequences of the lockdown due to the worldwide health emergency.
The national diffusion of Chamber Music proposed by the Comitato AMUR meets the need for a cultural relaunch and a reactivation of the territories through open-air concerts that stimulate a circular economy in the cultural field, while ensuring a safe participation to the audience and to the ensembles, respecting the national anti-Covid standards.
Thanks to Musica con Vista, the committee favors a proximity tourism: the concerts all over the Italian territory will be accompanied by activities of discovery of the artistic and cultural heritage, enhancing the peripheral areas and activating the local businesses. In collaboration with local and national partners, such as Fondo Ambiente Italiano, Touring Club Italiano and Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane, the offer will include excursions and trips, bike rides, open air painting, wine and local products tastings, art and craftsmanship exhibitions.
Sunday, August 2nd 2020, at 9 pm
In the churchyard of Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista, Mondadizza, Sondalo (SO) | Trio Kaufman, Giulia Rimonda, Cristian Lombardi, Enrica Ciccarelli and Antonio Chen Guang
Fondazione La Società dei Concerti di Milano
The concerts will take place outdoor. In case of bad weather, the scheduling is subject to change; we invite you to check all the details on each concert’s webpage.
In order to participate safely, the organization will ensure physical distancing and compliance with anti-Covid standards established by DPCM 11.06.2020. It will also be necessary for all participants to wear masks.
THE MAP OF MUSICA CON VISTA
The sixteen events are characterized by collateral activities to be carried out on the day of the concert. Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), Italian Touring Club and Italian Historic Houses Association (ADSI) have also selected for Comitato AMUR some wonderful places of interest in the areas touched by the concerts of Musica con Vista, in order to boost the “reactivation” of the territory that is at the heart of the national reopening project. Below you can find the interactive map of the festival, which accompanies the public to discover a hidden part of the Italian cultural heritage.
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