Schedule of Concerts for Accordi Musicali Officially Released

The 4th edition of the acclaimed Accordi Musicali festival is soon with us, as the 2024 iteration of the event is set to open in Italy on the 23rd of July with a classical concert hosted at the spectacular Kursaal Santalucia Theatre in Bari.

Schedule of Concerts for Accordi Musicali Officially Released

Running all the way until the 10th of November, the festival will see a series of chamber and symphonic concerts being organised all across the country, with stops in no fewer than nine different Italian cities. Across this duration, audiences will be able to experience some of the biggest names of the contemporary music world in live performances, with top soloists and conductors coming together from all over the world to perform alongside a variety of renowned Italian orchestras.

Now, organisers have just released the full schedule of concerts for this year’s event, with the official launch on July 23rd set to be followed by a stop in Atri’s Teatro Comunale on the 26th of the month. Next comes a concert at Chieti’s historic Teatro Marrucino on July 26th, after which the festival will move to the Palazzo Sirena in Francavilla al Mare on the 29th of July. 

On the 30th of July, the focus will turn to the Teatro Comunale in Città Sant'Angelo, before the maestros return to Chieti to close off the month with another concert at the Teatro Marrucino. August 1st shall then see the festival arrive at the Teatro Fenaroli in Lanciano, while on the 2nd it will retrace its steps back to Atri’s Teatro Comunale. 

The 4th and the 5th of the month will see two consecutive concerts at the Palazzo Sirena in Francavilla al Mare, before the first leg of concerts is brought to a close with two simultaneous entries on August 6th, one of which will also be taking place at the Palazzo Sirena, while the other will be hosted in Atri’s Teatro Comunale once again. 

After a brief hiatus, the festival will return with a series of four concerts held on the 31st of October, and the 1st, 9th and 10th of November respectively. The first of these will be held at Livorno’s Teatro Goldoni, followed by stops at the Teatro dei Rinnovati in Siena.