On the 21st of June 2015 the concert “Milano Connecting Cultures” will formally take place at Gallerie d’Italia
During the occasion of the Expo 2015, Milano Loves you, a cultural organization who specializes in national and international promotion of the city, will launch a unique new concept: a global-lead event from Gallerie d’Italia in the Center of Milano titled Milano Connecting Cultures. The exclusive event will feature three young interpreters who represent the USA, Israel and Turkey and are classically trained in the art of composition and music. The main focus of this event is to reconnect youngsters with the universal language of music and surpass musical boundaries in the most positive and unique way.
Details: Event and Event Streaming
This world premier concert will stream live on the web at live.wheremilan.com allowing viewers from across the globe to tune in to this concert in the pursuit of the coexistence of different cultures, though it will be officially held at the Gallerie d’Italia in Piazza Scala. In the same square are located the Palazzo Marino, “Civic Temple,” the Teatro alla Scala, “Temple of Music,” the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. In this same place, a few thousand years ago, the Celts built an encampment in this exact spot, which has now fully developed into the city of Milan.
The performance is a symbol of peace and progress, which happens to coincide with the millions of people coming together from around the world to meet in Milan for the 2015 Expo.
Donations: Support the Participation of Disadvantaged Talents of Music to the Summit in Jerusalem
In order to give your contribution to Milano Loves You’s initiative and support the dialogue between different cultures you can access the donations page.
In particular, with your donation, you will support the project entitled to Bronislaw Huberman, a great Polish musician in the 1930s who saved more than 300 people from the Holocaust, which would have affected the European Jewish population. He achieved this by asking the greatest Jewish musicians and their families to go to Tel Aviv to build the so-called Palestine Orchestra in 1936, then named the Israel Philarmonic Orchestra. The program devoted to Huberman includes an international summit for excellent international musicians coming from all over the world. It will be held from September 27th to October 4th and it will reach its peak with a huge gala concert in Jerusalem.
iClassical Academy and Milano Loves You are inviting those who donate more that 2000 Euros to the Huberman Program to this concert. The funds will be used to enable even the most economically disadvantaged youngsters to take part to the summit.
Famous masters such as Theodora Geraets at the violin (Netherlands), Virginie Robilliard at the violin (France), Zvi Carmeli at the pansy (artistic Director, Israel), Petru Iuga at the double bass (Germany), Sander Sittig at the piano (Netherlands), and Matias de Oliveira Pinto at the cello (Germany/Brasil) will issue their lessons to classes made up of a few students.