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The concerts, held in most cases in the afternoon and in maximum safety with regard to health and hygiene regulations, saw great artists take the stage including Raphael Bell, American cellist and principal cello of the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra in Belgium, Pablo Hernán Benedi’, Spanish violinist and member of the Chiaroscuro Quartet, Mario Brunello, eclectic cellist and composer with a fascinating freedom of expression, Giuliano Carmignola, internationally renowned violinist and collaborator of the main European classical and baroque orchestras, Boris Garlitsky, violinist and professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur in Paris, Mimmo Campanale, Patrizia Conte, Elena Garlitsky, Andrea Lucchesini, Roberto Porroni, Andrea Pozza, Jacopo Taddei, Aldo Zunino and Sào Soulez Larivière.This edition was also characterized by the decision to set up a free and high quality live streaming for most of the concerts: a choice that allowed us to reach a much wider and more scattered audience all over the world, and to arrive in any case to those regular spectators of the festival who were unable to come to Elba this year due to the health situation."Particular gratitude - say the organizers - is due to all the musicians, who, in order to guarantee their presence even in a situation made unreliable by the difficulties of the airlines, have chosen to arrive on the island with long journeys by car, also arriving from Berlin, Madrid and Paris. A heartfelt thanks from the organizers also goes to all the institutions that supported the Festival: the Tuscany Region, the Municipality of Portoferraio, and by joining the Municipalities of Marciana, Marciana Marina and Rio nell’Elba ".
12 September 2020 © Media Team Cosimo De Medici Magazine
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