Coming on the back of two successful editions held in 2021 and 2022, CMDI Group shall be bringing the Accordi Musicali International Classical Music Festival back for a third iteration this September 2023, promising a symphonic extravaganza with a grand total of 12 resplendent concerts which will be hosted in two of Italy’s most iconic locations – Bari and Livorno!
Scheduled to take place between the 10th of September and 24th of November, Accordi Musicali 2023 looks set to deliver the biggest classical music celebration on Italy’s cultural calendar. Livorno’s spectacular Teatro Goldoni and Bari’s magnificent Teatro Kursaal Santalucia will be welcoming audiences from around the world throughout the festival’s 11 weeks, with a star-studded lineup consisting of dozens of internationally-renowned multiple-award-winning musicians from all four corners of the globe.
These luminaries include amongst them such celebrated names as Austrian violinist Boris Brovtsyn, Japanese violinist Fumiaki Miura, Italian pianist Alessandro Taverna, Chinese violinist Nancy Zhou, UK cellist Alexander Chaushian, German cellist Julian Steckel, Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman, Ukrainian/Austrian pianist Anna Ulaieva, Belgian cellist Camille Thomas, and many more.
They will be accompanied by the Orchestra del Teatro Goldoni di Livorno and the AYSO Symphony Orchestra, who shall be led by a variety of top international conductors, including Vahan Mardirossian, Eric Lederhandler, Mario Menicagli, Teresa Satalino, Nabil Shehata, Micha Katz, Christian Schulz, Epifanio Comis, and John Warner, to mention a few.
Throughout Accordi Musicali’s 11 weeks, the artists shall be presenting music from a variety of seminal historic and contemporary composers, such as Modest Mussorgsky, Ludwig van Beethoven, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Maurice Ravel, Jules Massenet, Paul Dukas, and Composer-in-Residence Alexey Shor, etching another chapter in the annals of musical brilliance.