The must-see concerts in Rome until December
Pop, classic, popular, vintage, it doesn't matter: It’s music time
As beautiful and charismatic as her voice: on October 3, Elodie will perform live at Teatro Centrale. From October 18 to 27, at Teatro Costanzi, the Opera di Roma orchestra, conducted by Daniele Gatti, will perform the Zaide Singspiel, an unfinished opera by Mozart. On October 23 and 24, Daniele Gatti will conduct the Oedipus Rex by Stravinskij. Glamorous and irreverent, Achille Lauro will land on the stage of Palalottomatica on October 30 and 31.
From November 4 to 10, La traviata by Verdi will be staged at the Costanzi Theater : directed by Sophia Coppola, costumes by Valentino Garavani, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Pierpaolo Piccioli and conducted by Paolo Arrivabene. Swedish musician José Gonzàlez will be back in Italy on one date only: on November 5 at Auditorium Parco della Musica. On November 13, at the Auditorium again, Les Étoiles brings to Rome Marianela Nuñez, principal dancer with London’s Royal Ballet and one of the world’s most popular ballerinas.
On November 23, at the Auditorium (Santa Cecilia Hall), Mario Brunello will perform and explain two Suites (n. 1 and 3) and one Sonata (n.3) for cello by Bach.
The month opens with a great live concert by Italian singer-songwriter Brunori Sas on December 1 at Palazzo dello Sport. The Jumpin’Jive Orchestra, with its vintage sound typical of the Italian orchestras of the forties, will perform at the Auditorium on December 3. Sergio Cammariere and his jazz sound on stage at Auditorium Parco della Musica on December 11. On December 12, Li canti della gatta Cenerentola, a fairy-tale set to music and inspired by Lo cunto de li cunti stories by Giambattista Basile (1634-1636), starring Iaia Forte and I Solisti dell’Orchestra Popolare, will be staged at the Auditorium. On December 16, 18 and 19, Trevor Pinnock will conduct The Christmas Oratorio by Bach at the Auditorium.