Paolo Kessisoglu, artistic director of the Idroscalo Institution, the oasis of Milan where culture meets nature, will open the cycle of events. The Idroscalo is in fact one of the first public sculpture gardens in Italy, where works by established contemporary artists such as Giacomo Manzù and Luciano Minguzzi are flanked by productions of emerging creatives. The Art Park was created in collaboration with the Brera Academy of Fine Arts; It is therefore not new for the Institution to privilege collaboration with young talents.The programs of the concerts with the Scala students include music by Devienne, Muczynski, Bach, Jolivet, Ibert, Barrière, Schubert, Mozart and Dvořák.
Entrance is free, but it is mandatory to book on https://forms.gle/MEoS65Cckcku3isw5
The two-year course for orchestra teachers proposed by the Academy accompanies young musicians to their future professional career, offering them a complete preparation in the symphonic repertoire, opera and ballet. Students have the opportunity to perform primarily at the Teatro alla Scala, which not only hosts them annually for an opera title included in the billboard, but also commits them for some productions of the Corps de Ballet and for numerous concerts.