EMOTIONS with a choir that speaks of Italy to support the research.
July 8th 2021 – h.18.30 – Complesso monumentale di San Salvatore in Lauro -Roma
Appointment on July 8 for an evening of emotions, lightness, but also full of profound meaning. LaSpes ONLUS in fact organizes a singing concert with Il Coro del Lunedì, directed by Cesare Pocci.
The scenery is evocative: the garden of the monumental complex of San Salvatore in Lauro, where the talents of “Il Coro del Lunedì” will offer a repertoire of regional music that makes Italy – even in this field – an international excellence.
The “Il Coro del Lunedì” is in fact a well-known artistic reality in the Italian capital, which can boast numerous concerts abroad and in other Italian cities, and which has an artistic experience of decades of success. The concert will start at 6.30 pm, will take place outdoors and will be managed in full compliance with the safety regulations in force.
The monumental complex of San Salvatore in Lauro is in the noble heart of Rome, a stone’s throw from Piazza Navona.
As with all LaSpes ONLUS initiatives, the entire proceeds will go to finance the scholarships
for research on rare genetic diseases, primary immunodeficiencies.
To Participate to the concert:
Free Offer starting from 20 euro
Entry and accreditation will take place in compliance with current safety regulations
It will be possible to register via email and / or make a bank transfer of your offer to
more information: call 3346034288 or 3392264011
Il Coro del Lunedì:
The Roman “Il Coro del Lunedì” was founded in 1979 by Cesare Pocci, engineer and passionate musician. He performs polyphonic, sacred and profane music and specializes in the traditional folk song of the various Italian regions.
The Choir has brought its music all over Europe, in Israel, in Lebanon and in the main Italian cities in events with charitable or cultural purposes. In 2005 he toured the United States on the occasion of the month of Italian culture, as a guest of the Italian Heritage and Culture Month based in New York.
He had the honor of singing for John Paul II, Benedict XVI and for Pope Francis; in 1992 she sang for the Prince of Wales and, over the course of forty years of activity, she participated in numerous choral reviews. She sang on several occasions at the NATO Defense College Command of Cecchignola and in March 2013 she gave a concert at the UNIFIL base in Shama in Lebanon.
In recent years – on the occasion of the commemoration of the Great War, he took part in various public events organized by the Armed Forces, exhibiting his own repertoire of songs from the 1915-18 epic.
The Monday Choir has published three CDs entitled “A spasso per l’Italia”, dedicated to the songs of Italian regional traditions and organizes, every two years, the Popular Song Review “Tanto per Cantare”, which hosted the most prestigious choirs from all over Italy and has reached its fourteenth edition in 2019.
More information on: corodellunedi.com
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