The National Academy of Santa Cecilia , one of the oldest musical institutions in the world, founded by Pope Sixtus V in 1585, organize the concert of Maestro Ennio Morricone Auditorium Parco della Musica. The concerts take place in the month of May 2016.
Ennio Morricone has just returned to Rome from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, after collecting the 2016 oscar for the soundtrack of the movie The Hateful Eight .
The western movie by Quentin Tarantino film was shot in 70mm; we had the honor to admire the full splendor of the film, at the studio Studio 5 in Cinecittà where has been set up a copy of the set and where it was screened with the original film format. The movie has particular signs of Tarantino including the music comes to be a fundamental pillar starting from the first shots.
Details on the dates, times and prices.
Ticket: 15,00 euro booked on www.ticketone.it
Projection from Monday to Friday:
20:00 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – dubbed in Italian
20.00 Wednesday – Original language subtitles in Italian
Projection Saturday and Sunday:
10:30 – Original Italian language subtitles 16:00 – dubbed in Italian
20:00 – Dubbed in Italian
Walk of Fame
Ennio Morricone , a few days before receiving the Oscar, also received the pink Star with golden name on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood , which with the 2574 number shines alongside that of Dizzy Gillespie and Kool & the Gang a few meters from the Dolby Theatre. The award was conferred by the Chamber of Commerce of Hollywood just two days before the Academy Awards prize ceremony.
Maestro Ennio Morricone was born in Rome in November 10, 1928 and began his musical studies training as a trumpeter. And he’s certainly one of the Italian best-known composers, musicians and conductors. In his career he wrote the music for more than 500 films and TV series, as well as those of unforgettable songs, among many remember Se telefonando (trad. If calling) by Mina, one of the most successful Italian singers of all time.
Concert Ennio Morricone in 2016
Orchestra and Chorus of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Ennio Morricone – Direttore
Ciro Visco – Maestro del coro
Three great concerts, interspersed with a matinée, all “Sold-Out, Eusauriti” from the very first days of ticket sales:
- Saturday 21 of may 2016 – Concerto Ennio Morricone Sala Santa Cecilia hour 18 – turno A-A2
- Sunday 22 of may 2016 . Matinée Morricone at Sunday in Music (Domenica in musica), The Great Music for a small price!
- Monday 23 of may 2016 . Concerto Ennio Morricone Sala Santa Cecilia hour 20.30 – turno B
- Tuesday 24 of may 2016 – Concerto Ennio Morricone Sala Santa Cecilia hour 19.30 – turno C
According the news of the Academy and the auditorium website it seems that all tickets for the concert are sold out. But given the repeated reports of tickets sold by online scalpers with very high mark-up, we would like to inform that the only authorized dealer by the organization is TicketOne.
An Ennio Morricone concert, with music directed by him same, it is always a highly followed event in Rome.
The proposed program by the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome all’Auditoriun Parco della Musica alternates the two main aspects of the work of the composer, as a part of production for export to the concert halls, informed to a more rigorous compositional style attentive to the needs of the music of our time, and the other one, well-known, the film music which is worth to master the golden statuette as prize to a career marked by great successes.
At the concert music belongs Voices from Silence which denotes the civil commitment of Morricone being “ dedicated to all the massacres of history ” while in the medley of music for the cinema we can listen some of the most famous and beloved soundtracks of the Roman composer, now become a classic and structural components of many unforgettable films directed by the most famous film directors of our time.
La migliore offerta (voce: Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Voci dal silenzio (voce: Mariano Rigillo)
La leggenda del pianista sull’oceano
Ostinato ricercare per un’immagine
Il clan dei siciliani
Metti una sera a cena
Cinema tragico, lirico, epico:
Il deserto dei Tartari
The videoa …to listen!
Sunday in Music
Sunday, May 22, 2016 Sala Santa Cecilia 12:00 hours
Orchestra and Coro of The Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia with Ennio Morricone direttore
The music of Ennio Morricone film
ore 11 – introduction to listening
ore 12 – concert
Aimed at a broad audience, Matinée are meant especially for young people, students and families who want to have a “light and lively” relationship with listening to music. On Sunday mornings, the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Orchestra, under the direction of world-famous conductors, performs great symphonic masterworks; performances are preceded by down-to-earth introductory chats that serve as straightforward, helpful listening guides. Symphonic concerts alternate with recitals by renowned soloists and always feature irresistible music. Concerts last an hour at most, without intermission, and they take place in beautiful Sala Santa Cecilia at the Auditorium Parco della Musica. A unique chance to enter into a rewarding relationship with great music, at a very affordable price.
Tickets for the concert are sold out. Given the repeated reports of sold tickets online with highest percentage increase, we inform the kind audience that the only authorized reseller is TicketOne.
Concerto Ennio Morricone
Platea A ……………………………Euro 60
Platea B ……………………………Euro 60
Galleria 1 ………………………….Euro 50
Galleria 8 ………………………….Euro 45
Gallerie 4 e 5 ……………………..Euro 40
Galleria 7 …………………………..Euro 35
Galleria 2 …………………………..Euro 33
Gallerie 3 e 6 ………………………Euro 22
Sunday in Music (Domenica in Musica)
regular ticket…………………. 12 Euro
Under 30………………………. 8 Euro
Tickets can also be purchased at:
Box office of Auditorium Parco della Musica
Viale Pietro De Coubertin Infoline: tel. 068082058
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