Giovanni Sollima and the Rave Clandestino of Classical Music
It happens in Rome, from 5.00 pm on April 30th until the dawn of May 1st, it is an unconventional „Rave Party“, outside the box and with an exceptional guest as much as the originality of the event! We are talking about the Rave Clandestino of Classical Music organized by the Clandestina Night Orchestra with the extraordinary participation of Giovanni Sollima.
A 12-hour marathon to be held at the Auditorium Santa Croce in Rome in the Spin Time Labs spaces. Over thirty concerts scheduled with many musicians who continue to join hour after hour: chamber groups, soloists and opera singers of all ages and nationalities.
Among the objectives of the Rave Clandestino of Classical Music is that of supporting the Clandestina Night Orchestra and the activities of the Auditorium hosting the initiative.
The Orchestra, founded and directed by Enrico Melozzi, stems from the irrepressible desire to make „classical“ music, avoiding the mistakes of the past that have inexorably distanced it from the general public, dividing social or generational classes. „Classical music is for everyone!“ Is the motto of the Orchestra that works so that this genre becomes „cool“ always remaining „young and immor (t) ale“.
Clandestina Night Orchestra, Rome. The RAVE CLANDESTINO DI MUSICA CLASSICA promises to be one of the most original and unique events in the recent history of music. A 12-hour non-stop marathon of Classical Music played live, from 17:00 on April 30th until the dawn of May 1st.
Over 30 concerts are scheduled, involving many high-level musicians of all ages and nationalities and a great special guest: the world-famous cellist Giovanni Sollima.
The event is organized by the Clandestina Night Orchestra, founded and directed by Enrico Melozzi, and will be held at the Auditorium Santa Croce in Rome in the Spin Time Labs spaces. The evening will be broadcast live by TeleAmbiente, and on various social and web channels, bypassing the limits of classical music events in our city and challenging the norm and conventions.
„Classical music is for everyone and our Orchestra is born of the desire and the need to do ‚Classic‘ in a popular, modern, cool dimension,“ underlines Melozzi. „Errors of the past have pushed our music away from the general public and young people, relegating it to an unnecessarily elitist dimension. Classical Music, on the other hand, is and will always remain young and immoral (t) ale. We will play for 12 hours in a row, it will be a great party, out of any scheme and open to all.
Location: Auditorium Santa Croce, Via di S. Croce in Gerusalemme 55, Rome
Date: April 30-May 1
Cost: 20 Euros
Auditorium Santa Croce, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, ItalyPrice