Photo: Fabio Lovino/contrasto



Dear audience members:

Starting 6 July, we look forward to welcoming you to the evocative setting of the Cavea at Auditorium Parco della Musica, now fully equipped to welcome audiences in compliance with the most effective and rigorous safety regulations, for a new, can’t-miss cycle of concerts for everyone.

Antonio Pappano, Corrado Augias, Beatrice Rana, and Wayne Marshall are some of the names that will combine music, dance, storytelling, adventure, sights and sounds in a programme full of surprises also featuring the photographer Sebastião Salgado. A first-time guest of the Accademia, with his legendary images that have gone down in the history of photography, he will be presenting his extraordinary journey to Amazonia.

This summer, spend your holiday with us.


Parterre and central grandstand: € 30
Lateral grandstand: € 20
Under 30: € 10

Only persons wearing masks in a good repair may access the hall. Masks must be worn at all times, even during the concert performance.

Starting 6 August, only persons bearing one of the green COVID-19 certifications will be admitted to performances (article 3 of Legislative Decree no. 105/2021).


Next appointments

I canti che hanno fatto l'Italia

Friday 6 August at 21:00 – Cavea

Orchestra, Coro e Voci Bianche
dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
conductor Carlo Rizzari
speeches by Corrado Augias

I canti che hanno fatto l’Italia – The songs that made Italy
from Indipendence to Unification and the Great War

transcriptions by Raffaele Gervasio

Carte blanche à Richard Galliano

Wednesday 29 september at 21:00 – Sala Santa Cecilia

Archi e Coro dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
accordion, Richard Galliano
voice, Tommaso Ragno
conductor, Piero Monti


Carte blanche à Richard Galliano

My Piazzolla
On the 100th anniversary of composer’s birth

Galliano, Les chemins noirs
oratorio inspired to the literary work of René Frégni – libretto by Francine Couturier

in collaboration with Le Seine Musicale-Parigi and Romaeuropa Festival 2021
World premiere of the orchestral version