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Italy hosts cultural events in March as Expo 2020 Dubai closes

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The Italy Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai hosts a series of cultural events, bringing top Italian performers to the Emirate, as the greatest show on earth reaches its final month.

Roberto Bolle and Friends

When: 2 March from 8:00pm

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

An unmissable opportunity to see on the same stage the Étoile of the Two Worlds Roberto Bolle with international ballet stars, a real journey through the beauty and magic of this art form.

Mahmood in concert at Expo Dubai

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

When: 3 March from 8:30pm

Double platinum recording artist Mahmood, who won at the Italian Music Festival Sanremo 2022 and is representing Italy at the Eurovision, brings to Expo 2020 Dubai his music that has become the most popular song on Spotify Italy three weeks since it was launched.

Around Tǔk, by Paolo Fresu and Tŭk Music artists

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

When: 4 March from 9:00pm; 5 March from 8:30pm

Paolo Fresu, Italian jazz star who started to play with a village band in the Sardinian countryside to major international awards, will perform at Expo 2020 Dubai along with young Italian jazz talents under his label Tŭk Music.

Vinicio Capossela – Ex-ponz Dubai – Earth Concerto

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

When: 13 March from 5:30pm

A concert whose repertoire focuses on earth, crops and land culture; a concert that draws its music from the folkloristic heritage and brings the outskirts of the countries into the spotlight, within the context of a universal exposition dedicated to sustainability.

The Seasons in Music by National Baroque Orchestra of Italian Conservatories

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

When: 23 March from 7pm

Brings to Dubai the brilliant variety of the Maestro of Baroque music, Antonio Vivaldi.

The ‘Orchestra Nazionale Barocca dei Conservatori Italiani’ (National Baroque Orchestra of Italian Conservatories) brings to Dubai the brilliant variety of the Maestro of Baroque music, Antonio Vivaldi. In addition to a selection of his solo concertos, the highlight of the event is the “four seasons” which the Venetian composer interpreted the most specific aesthetic tendency of the Baroque style: the imitation of nature. In the world-renowned concertos dedicated to Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, Vivaldi creates a music at times languid, at times harsh, at times excited and at times characteristic but, despite all else, always pulsating and original.

Gianna Nannini

Where: Dubai Millennium Amphitheatre

When: 23 March from 9:30pm

The quintessence of the Italian rocker, GIANNA NANNINI is an eclectic musician with a seven-year training at the Music Conservatory who has collaborated with great international producers. She has won over generations of fans and stages of all of Europe through her unique presence and approach combining sweet melodies and enthralling energy.

100 Cellos Live in DUBAI by Giovanni Sollima and Enrico Melozzi

Where: Jubilee Stage

When: 25 & 26 March from 9:00pm

100 Cellos is an innovative ensemble of over 100 cellos from all over the world founded by Giovanni Sollima and Enrico Melozzi.

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