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Announcing the second part of our 2021/2022 season

From January to May 2022, our programme will feature great orchestras and exceptional artists appearing in eleven events you can’t miss!

The opening of the second part will be on 11 January, with a concert dedicated to Schumann by the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Daniele Gatti.

From friday 25 to tuesday 30 March we will host the European Union Youth Orchestra‘s spring residency, during which the orchestra will work with Iván FischerElim ChanKreeta-Julia Heikkilä and Sol Gabetta.

For the first time in our history, on 28 April we will listen to the Orchestre de Paris, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen.

Our programme includes six chamber concerts as well, featuring exceptional young artists like Giuseppe Gibboni, Alexander GadjievJae Hong Park, and Alessandro Taverna.

Once again we are proud to host the Lauter Project, with its innovative musical initiatives and the residency of internationally acclaimed musicians.

To conclude, we also thought about children, and we organised a concert featuring Antonio Ballista and Alberto Batisti. They will transform the Ridotto in a musical “Playroom”.

Non c’è un tema in questa stagione di concerti. Oggi va molto di moda, lo so, ma io non ci credo; credo anzi che gli incontri con la musica dovrebbero darci l’impressione di una meravigliosa casualità. Andare ad ascoltare un concerto può diventare un’occasione unica, una rivelazione improvvisa che colma una lunga attesa.

–Enzo Restagno, artistic director

Season tickets will be on sale from 15 December, single tickets from 28 December. For more information click here or contact our ticket office (biglietteria@ferraramusica.it, 0532 202675).

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