Brianza Classica is a music festival now in its 18th edition, which aims to promote the knowledge and dissemination of classical music, involving over twenty municipalities in the provinces of Lecco and Monza Brianza.
The festival explores the universe of classical music, in its various and broadest meanings: from cultured and hall music to popular-inspired pieces, from world music to author’s pop, passing through ethnic and sacred music. There are also unusual instruments (such as the Australian “Didgeridoo” or the Japanese “Kotò”) or playing techniques from abroad.
Brianza Sacra is the review of ancient and sacred music in the places of the Spirit and Silence of Brianza.
Now in its third edition, the review is held in churches, cloisters, abbeys, sacred places in the Brianza area.
A precious opportunity to discover the ancient musical repertoire and enhance the beauty of the area.
Rome goes Baroque
Ancient Music on copies of original instruments whose first edition took place at the Angelica Library in 2019, with two wonderful pilot concerts.
In 2020, thanks to the support of the Lazio Region Rome Goes Baroque, after the dark period of the COVID pandemic, the second edition of the Festoval Barocco in October sees the light, with the project of three concerts on ancient instruments in as many prestigious places in the Roman baroque.