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3 July 2017
The Roads of Friendship, Ravenna – Tehran

On the XX anniversary of ‘The Roads of Friendship’ project, the XXVIII edition of the Ravenna Festival once again looks East, and reaches ancient Persia...

27 May 2017
Kirill Gerstein replaces Jean-Yves Thibaudet

Kirill Gerstein will play Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23, in the concert of the Munich Philharmonic led by Semyon Bychkov...

26 May 2017
Bus service for all the events at Pala De André

From Sunday, May 28, the bus service for all the events at Pala De André is operative. Starting from the concert which marks Semyon Bychov’s return to Ravenna Festival...

16 February 2017
Dante in the city of mosaics

Ravenna, mosaics, and Dante: this precious triptych combines a welcoming land, the undiminished beauty of ancient marvels, and the most read and well-known author in the world...

12 January 2017
The Noise of Time

The 28th edition of Ravenna Festival explores the concept of revolutions and the relationship between power and the artist in the centenary of the Russian Revolution, through the homage to “The Noise of Time”...

28 November 2016
Vespers at San Vitale

Every day at 7 pm, the time of the Vespers, the Basilica of San Vitale is again the protagonist of an intense programme of concerts presented in collaboration with the Opera di Religione della Diocesi di Ravenna...

25 November 2016
Autumn Trilogy between Poets and Mosaics

Ravenna is an imperative destination for history and art lovers: the mosaics of the ancient basilicas, Theoderic, Dante, and the many poets who sang the city, from Byron to Montale...

3 November 2016
Young Artists for Dante – 2nd Edition

“Young Artists for Dante”, the international competition organised by the Ravenna Festival and the Municipality of Ravenna in collaboration with the Dante Alighieri Society, returns in 2017...

27 September 2016
Autumn Trilogy: Along the Danube River with Countess Maritza, The Bat, and The Merry Widow

From October 14th to 23rd Ravenna Festival’s Autumn Trilogy presents an intense Danubian triptych