The Ennio Morricone concert in Florence is waiting for you the 16th May 2015 in the welcoming setting of the Mandela Forum. What better occasion to spend a few pleasant day in one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and enjoy a holiday of art, culture, music and fun in company of one of the greatest living Italian artists. The 4 stars Hotel Brunelleschi in the heart of the historical centre, is the ideal location to live this extraordinary event.
Ennio Morricone concert in Florence, the 16th May 2015
The concert is part of a tour that will cross about twenty major European cities. In the musical program 2015 will be performed the work already known but there will also be some interesting surprises. In addition to the usual extraordinary orchestra of the Master and the European choir, we will listen the extraordinary singer Dulce Pontes and the great soprano Susanna Rigacci.
Ennio Morricone has composed more than 500 soundtrack for cinema and television and it is the only composer in history to have received the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement. Among his most famous compositions there are the soundtracks of “Once Upon a Time in the West”, “Once Upon a Time in America”, “The best offer”, “A Fistful of Dollars,” “The Untouchables” , “The Mission,” “Cinema Paradiso” and many others. The music of the movie “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” in a recent classification is at the second place among the 100 most famous soundtracks.
Ennio Morricone concert in Florence and the Hotel Brunelleschi
To complete the dream treat yourself to a weekend in the luxury and charm of the Hotel Brunelleschi that will envelop you with its beautiful and indescribable fragrances in the various common spaces and the beautiful rooms and suites. You will have several types to choose from and you can book them directly online from the official website of the hotel that guarantees you the best rate and free Wi-Fi included in the price for the all duration of your stay. Live an unforgettable night in the magic of music and the charm of the Cradle of the Renaissance.