After two years of restrictions in which young people have been particularly sacrificed due to the different lockdown periods and the Dad, the Pro Musica Antiqua Association has happily managed to restart and start valuable collaborations. The extreme segments of the population have perhaps suffered more than others from the restrictions linked to Covid, so the current series of concerts, which will take place in November and December, is dedicated to them in particular.
The re-activated projects are “Restart Giovani” and “Seniors: well-being in Liguria”, financed by the Fund of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies and in collaboration with the health and social district of Finale.
In total 4 concerts, with free admission. Last Sunday 21 November the first appointment was successfully held, starring the Pertini Brass Ensemble in Bardino Vecchio, in collaboration with the Municipality of Tovo San Giacomo.
The second appointment will be this Saturday 27 November at the Cinema-Theater of Pietra Ligure at 17.00. The students of the Liceo Musicale Pertini in Genoa will perform pieces by Purcell, Bach, Scarlatti and others. Saturday 4 December it’s up to Borghetto S. Spirito in the Polyvalent Room of Palazzo Elena Pietracaprina in Piazza Libertà at 5.00 pm.
The review ends with a Christmas concert by the Pro Musica Antiqua Association, Saturday 11 December at the Benedictine Abbey in Finalpia at 4.00 pm.
Since 2016 the Pro Musica Antiqua Association of Savona has organized, in addition to its concert activities and concert-lessons for schools, concerts for the students of the Liceo Musicale Pertini in Genoa in order to put their talent into practice in front of an audience.
With the concerts Pro Musica Antiqua seeks to enhance and disseminate our great cultural, historical, musical and artistic heritage; to involve the young musicians of the musical high schools in the programming of concerts in the area and to stimulate intergenerational exchange that can favor the health, well-being and socialization of elderly people.