The Giuseppe Verdi Symphonic Orchestra of Milan, in collaboration with the Piccolo Teatro, will be performing in a two-concert review which examines some of the most important musical styles of recent centuries, from the father of dodecaphony Arnold Schönberg to the blending of contemporary sounds and traditional indigenous song.
Federico Tiezzi takes on the legend of Faust, a symbol of contemporary man’s crisis of conscience and soul.
Old age is an advantage which comes too late. The only way to take advantage of this situation is to share it with others.
Glauco Mauri and Roberto Sturno stage the latest extraordinary novel by Dostoevsky, an eternal, ruthless and extreme story.
Antonio Latella takes on “a masterpiece which many believe they know and of which little, to tell the truth, is understood”.