For lovers of classical music, art and a charming atmosphere Italy is one of the best places to listen to the best concerts. Take a chance to visit the cradle of Romanesque art.
Online PR News – 03-September-2012 – Parma – Italy is world wide known for its medieval and renaissance jewels, hidden among the narrow streets in every charming town you can find them while walking through the country. Besides, there are beautiful national parks with ancient forests and crystal lakes, unique historic traditions, culture, famous religious tours, and a supremacy enogastronomy.
Emilia-Romagna is everything and much more. Describe its complexity is a daunting task. Along the old Via Emilia, since Roman times, a rich cultural life it has developed, economic and political differences between Emilia (that intends the city of Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Bologna and Ferrara) and Romagna (that includes the city of Ravena, Forli and Rimini) can be found in the architecture and especially in the culinary traditions.
The Emilia-Romagna has so varied treasures that it is impossible to name them all. The classic music is one of those treasures. Towards the second half of the nineteenth century, the Romantic movement settled around values that are well-defined full application in the work of Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner. In fact, the great Giuseppe Verdi was born in this region, making opera and classical music popular and very appreciated. In Italy, opera composers are generally more suited to them to give vent to the passion, known characteristic of Romanticism.
Music production in the early decades of the Seventeenth Century shows, in all the European Nations, although in different forms, the emergence of genres and stylistic features typical baroque as other forms of art of the Baroque music period seems doomed the desire to amaze and entertain listeners of this period of history.
In this context, in many cities near Reggio Emilia, is presented the SOLI DEO GLORIA - organs, sounds and voices of the cities. A project organized by the city hall that brings classical music to every corner of the region. It started in May at Rubiera and goes on until December, passing through various cities, each one with a different repertory. Great musicians will be playing compositions of A. Vivaldi or J.S. Bach. Besides, the concerts will be held in libraries, churches and cathedrals.
Just at Rubiera is placed the Arnaldo Aquila d'Oro Hotel. A 3 stars hotel near Reggio Emilia that offers a warm and cordial welcome. All guests feel at home and make their stay in the hotel an unforgettable experience enjoying an enchanting scenery of the Emilia Romagna. Full details at: www.hotel-reggioemilia.com