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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Ravenna, Italia

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Musicians and dancers unite for Ravenna’s reimagined dance event

Hugo Marchand © Zani-Casadio
Beatrice Rana and Mario Brunello provide live music for seven internationally renowned dancers, including Paris Opéra Ballet’s Hugo Marchand and Spanish flamenco whizz Sergio Bernal, at the 15th-century Rocca Brancaleone.

Plagues, passions and lamentation at the Ravenna Festival

Graciela Gibelli, Vittorio Ghielmi and Il Suonar Parlante © Luca Concas
Vittorio Ghielmi and his ll Suonar Parlante ensemble present a resonantly melancholy and reflective programme of music mourning loss as live performance returns to Italy.

Budapest Festival Orchestra plays away in Ravenna

Iván Fischer © Zani-Casadio
After its Covid-19 “Quarantine soirées”, the Budapest Festival Orchestra celebrates the end of lockdown by taking on a two-concert international tour!

An old head on young shoulders: Valery Gergiev in Ravenna

Valery Gergiev © Zani Casadio
Beethoven à la Gergiev is measured and classically elegant, with precise playing from a thoughtful Beatrice Rana.

Riccardo Muti conducts a majestic Macbeth in Ravenna

Riccardo Muti conducting the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino © Silvia Lelli
Muti unlocks the immense dramatic potential of Verdi's revolutionary score, providing a wealth of colour and detail capable of conjuring mysterious Shakespearean worlds with no need for staging.