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Festival Of Sanremo
The Festival della canzone italiana di Sanremo
Sanremo
(in English: Italian song festival of Sanremo) is the most popular Italian song contest and awards, held annually in the town of Sanremo, in Italy, and consisting of a competition amongst previously unreleased songs.[1] Usually referred to as Festival di Sanremo, or outside Italy as Sanremo
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Sanremo Music Festival 2018
The Sanremo Music Festival
Sanremo Music Festival
2018 (Italian: 68º Festival della Canzone Italiana di Sanremo
Sanremo
2018) was the 68th annual
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Music Media In Italy
There are an abundance of paper, on-line and broadcast media in Italy that cover all genres of music. Print media and/or on-line magazines[edit] Many Italian magazines about music now maintain a presence on the Internet with on-line versions of their Italian music. Broadcast media[edit] Nationwide, the state-run broadcasting network, RAI (Radio audizioni italiane), provides three TV channels and three AM or FM radio channels. There are also three private TV networks, run by the Mediaset
Mediaset
company. All provide live or recorded music many hours per week. Many large cities in Italy have local TV stations, as well, which may provide live folk or dialect music often of interest only to the immediate area
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List Of Music Festivals In Italy
Italian music festivals Below is a list of major music festivals in Italy
Italy
with links to the appropriate external websites: Festivals[edit]Arena di Verona Outdoor opera during the summer months in the Roman amphitheater in Verona. Auditorium Parco della Musica Various musical events of all kinds throughout the year at the new music auditorium in Rome
Rome
in the Flaminio quarter of the city near the Olympic village. *Maggio Musicale Fiorentino In Florence, a wide selection of classical concerts throughout the season, generally from October through April. Amalfi Coast Music & Arts Festival Voice/opera, chamber music, winds, piano and visual arts. Join musicians, artists and enthusiasts in the spectacular setting of Maiori, Italy
Italy
on the Amalfi Coast this July 2015 for two 10-day sessions. Daily master classes, coaching, concerts, exhibits, excursions, etc
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MTV Italian Music Awards
The MTV Awards (known as TRL Awards from 2006 to 2012) were established in 2006 by MTV Italy
MTV Italy
to celebrate the most popular artists and music videos in Italy. Originally beginning as an annual event to celebrate the most request videos and artists on Total Request Live, from 2013 the MTV Awards are celebration of what MTV Italian viewers consider the best in music, cinema and fashion. From 2006 to 2010 the show changed its host city every year, and from 2011-2016 was set in Florence
Florence
before moving to Rome
Rome
in 2017
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Festivalbar
The Festivalbar was an Italian singing competition that took place in the most important Italian squares during summer, such as the Piazza del Duomo, Milan. The first edition took place in 1964 and was broadcast by RAI.[1] The competition was held throughout the summer and the final round always took place at the Arena in Verona after 3-4 events in various cities of Italy.Contents1 History 2 Winning songs 3 Notes 4 External linksHistory[edit] Originally, the Festivalbar was a competition made with data from jukeboxes in Italian bars, so the competition was a one evening event transmitted by RAI. From 1983, Mediaset
Mediaset
started to transmit this programme and the Festivalbar would change its location every week. The original promoter of the Festivalbar was Vittorio Salvetti
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Telegatti
Telegatto (a composition of tele(visione) and gatto which means "cat", since the prize for winners is a little statue representing a cat) is an Italian television award first given out in 1971 following the contest "Gran Premio internazionale dello Spettacolo", sponsored by the weekly magazine TV Sorrisi e Canzoni and aired on Canale 5
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Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana
The Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana
Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana
(FIMI) is an umbrella organization that keeps track of virtually all aspects of the music recording industry in Italy. It was established in 1992, when major corporate labels left the previously existing Associazione dei Fonografici Italiani (AFI).[1][2] During the following years, most of the remaining Italian record labels left AFI to join the new organization.[2] As of 2011, FIMI
FIMI
represents 2,500 companies operating in the music business.[3] FIMI
FIMI
is a member of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry and of the Italian employers' federation, Confindustria.[3] Its main purpose is to protect the interests of the Italian record industry.[3] Starting in March 1995, the Italian Music Industry Federation began providing the Italian official albums chart
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Italian Music Festivals
Italian music festivals Below is a list of major music festivals in Italy
Italy
with links to the appropriate external websites: Festivals[edit]Arena di Verona Outdoor opera during the summer months in the Roman amphitheater in Verona. Auditorium Parco della Musica Various musical events of all kinds throughout the year at the new music auditorium in Rome
Rome
in the Flaminio quarter of the city near the Olympic village. *Maggio Musicale Fiorentino In Florence, a wide selection of classical concerts throughout the season, generally from October through April. Amalfi Coast Music & Arts Festival Voice/opera, chamber music, winds, piano and visual arts. Join musicians, artists and enthusiasts in the spectacular setting of Maiori, Italy
Italy
on the Amalfi Coast this July 2015 for two 10-day sessions. Daily master classes, coaching, concerts, exhibits, excursions, etc
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Umbria Jazz Festival
The Umbria Jazz Festival
Umbria Jazz Festival
is one of the most important jazz festivals in the world and has been held annually since 1973, usually in the month of July, in Perugia, and surrounding cities of the region of Umbria Italy. Furthermore, the Umbria Jazz Winter Festival takes place annually in late December to early January in the city of Orvieto.A live concert at Umbria Jazz 2006.Sharon Jones & The Dap-KingsArtists who have performed at Umbria Jazz[edit] Listed in alphabetical order, are some of the best known artists who have taken part in Umbria Jazz since its inception, together with the dates when the artists appeared (in brackets). B.B. King
B.B

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Ravello Festival
The Ravello
Ravello
Festival is also popularly known as the "Wagner Festival" and is an annual summer festival of music and the arts held in the town of Ravello
Ravello
on the Amalfi
Amalfi
coast in the Campania
Campania
region of Italy. The festival has been held yearly since 1953 when the town fathers decided to use the historical fact of the visit to Ravello
Ravello
in 1880 by German composer Richard Wagner
Richard Wagner
as a way to promote tourism and bolster the economy of the area in the difficult years following the Second World War
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Festival Dei Due Mondi
The Festival dei Due Mondi
Festival dei Due Mondi
(Festival of the Two Worlds) is an annual summer music and opera festival held each June to early July in Spoleto, Italy, since its founding by composer Gian Carlo Menotti
Gian Carlo Menotti
in 1958. It features a vast array of concerts, opera, dance, drama, visual arts and roundtable discussions on science. The "Two Worlds" in the name of the festival comes from Gian Carlo Menotti's intention to have the worlds of American and European culture facing each other in his event; this concept would then be strengthened by the fact that it was held in conjunction with its "twin", the Spoleto Festival USA
Spoleto Festival USA
held annually in May/June in Charleston, South Carolina
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Il Canto Degli Italiani
"Il Canto degli Italiani" ([il ˈkanto deʎʎ itaˈljaːni],[1] "The Song / Chant of the Italians") is the national anthem of Italy. It is best known among Italians
Italians
as "Inno di Mameli" ([ˈinno di maˈmɛːli], "Mameli's Hymn"), after the author of the lyrics, or "Fratelli d'Italia" ([fraˈtɛlli diˈtaːlja], "Brothers of Italy"), from its opening line
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Luigi Tenco
Luigi Tenco
Luigi Tenco
(21 March 1938 – 27 January 1967) was an Italian singer, songwriter. After his alleged suicide, he became an icon of love and despair. The true causes of his death have not yet been agreed upon.Contents1 Biography 2 Tributes 3 Discography3.1 Albums 3.2 Extended plays 3.3 Singles4 See also 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] Tenco was born in Cassine
Cassine
(province of Alessandria) in 1938, the son of Teresa Zoccola and Giuseppe Tenco. He never knew his father, who died in unclear circumstances. It has been rumored, that Luigi Tenco was the fruit of an extramarital relationship of his mother. Tenco spent his childhood in Cassine
Cassine
and Ricaldone
Ricaldone
until 1948, when he moved to Liguria, first to Nervi
Nervi
and then to Genoa, where his mother had a wine shop
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Music Of Abruzzo
The Music of Abruzzo
Abruzzo
is a style of music in Abruzzo, Italy. Abruzzo
Abruzzo
is sparsely populated and is very mountainous, but the area has a musical history involving opera, sacred music, and even the town band. The great composer of delicate, 19th-century airs, Francesco Paolo Tosti, dedicated a series of compositions to the area, the romanze abruzzesi. Provinces[edit] The region has four provinces, each named for the largest city in—and capital of—the province. They are L'Aquila, Chieti, Pescara, and Teramo. By province, they offer: The presence of Flemish composers and private patrons of the arts in L'Aquila
L'Aquila
accounts for the fact that as long ago as the early 17th century there was an opera theater in Chieti—the Teatro S. Salvatore
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