Giovanni Allevi

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The celebrations continue for 25 years of live performances!

From December, Giovanni Allevi will be off again in a double tour as solo pianist and piano with orchestra.
In the “Celebration Symphonic Tour“, from December 2016 to January 2017, the musician will perform in the triple role of composer, pianist and conductor, leading the Italian Symphony Orchestra and performing the pieces that have made him one of most well-loved international composers. After the great success of the previous symphonic tour with Choir and Orchestra, this time, in addition to his own compositions, Giovanni Allevi will be conducting the performance of eternal masterpieces by Tchaikovsky, Puccini and
Rossini.
Among the events of the “Celebration Symphonic Tour“, Naples, the city where the artist held his first concert in 1991 (the date from which he counts his 25 years of live career) and that he will always remember with great affection, is an obligatory stop.

At the same time, Giovanni Allevi will also be performing in a solo piano tour, the “Celebration Piano Tour“, which will visit several Italian and European cities including London, Zurich, Dublin and Brussels. In this live show the musician will be exploring the magical and intimate side of solo piano music, retracing the 25 years of compositions that led him to sell over a million discs in Italy alone. In addition to those already announced, additional European dates are yet to be defined.
Tickets are already available on ticketone.it and through all the usual sales channels.

“Celebration Symphonic Tour”
14 DECEMBER – CATANIA – TEATRO METROPOLITAN
16 DECEMBER – NAPLES – PALAPARTENOPE
5 JANUARY – FLORENCE – OBIHALL
6 JANUARY – TURIN – TEATRO COLOSSEO
8 JANUARY – ROME – AUDITORIUM PARCO DELLA MUSICA

“Celebration Piano Tour”
17 DECEMBER – LUGANO – TEATRO LAC
23 DECEMBER – SPOLETO – TEATRO GIAN CARLO MORETTI
27 DECEMBER – GENOA – POLITEAMA GENOVESE
26 FEBRUARY – BRUSSELS – BOZAR
27 FEBRUARY – DUBLIN – NATIONAL CONCERT HALL
7 MARCH – ZURICH – KAUFLEUTEN
10 MARCH – LONDON – CADOGAN HALL