Riccardo Muti founds the Italian Opera Academy with a look to the past and a look to the future, as it has always been his style.
An extremely important project for Riccardo Muti: teaching the Italian Opera to young musicians from all over the world.
The reasons are:
– giving the opportunity to wishful young musicians to learn lessons coming from Verdi’s world, through Toscanini and great teachers, like Antonino Votto.
– Showing the audience how an opera is built and prepared. Thus, the whole path from the first rehearsals at the piano and the stage orchestra rehearsals to the final performance occurs in the Theatre. All this, made to study the score in deep, from the musical and dramatic point of view.
– Protecting, therefore spreading, the beauty and the profoundness of the Italian Opera, according to methods and criteria that are disappearing.
Therefore, Riccardo Muti feels the moral and ethical duty to convey his experience to new generations of musicians to help them deal with the extraordinary Italian opera.
First edition – July 2015: Falstaff
Second edition – July 2016: La Traviata
Third edition – September 2017: Aida
Fourth edition – July 2018: Macbeth
Fifth edition – July 2019: Le nozze di Figaro
Sixth edition – July 2020: Cavalleria rusticana/Pagliacci
Moreover, Spring Festival in Tokyo has agreed to host the Riccardo Muti Italian Opera Academy project for three consecutive years, from 2019. Discover more.
For information email us or call us:
Gloria Martelli – Executive Assistant
Mob: +39 334 2871868
Ph: +39 0544 217036
(Monday to Friday, office hours 9 am – 1 pm and 2.30 pm – 5pm)
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