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MondovìMusica 2019/2020

The Municipality of Mondovì and the Academia Montis Regalis are pleased to present the artistic proposal 2019/20 of the consolidated and appreciated season Mondovì Musica, realized this year too, thanks to the indispensable contribution of the Cassa di Risparmio di Cuneo Foundation.

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The musical season includes a total of 12 events and an Off concert, all on the territory of the City of Mondovì.

It starts on Saturday 26th October at 5 pm, in the setting of the “Ghislieri” Room, with the baroque music of the Orchestra of the Academia Montis Regalis which hosts Boris Begelman, a virtuoso native of Moscow and now residing in Italy, in the double role of solo violin and director.

The Academia Orchestra will again be the protagonist on the evening of November 29th in the “Ghislieri” Hall. This time soloist and conductor will be Enrico Onofri, who will propose to the public the splendid Concerti grossi op. VI by Arcangelo Corelli.

On December 13 we will move, instead, to the “Baretti” Theater, completely changing genre, as the title of the evening suggests: “GGGG – Giampiero Gregorio in Giorgio Gaber”. The theater-song of Gaber will be repeated by Gregorio, a well-known Monregalese artist, for the occasion flanked, among others, by Igor Giuffré.

The following week, on December 20 at 9.00 pm, the Orchestra, Soloists and Choir of the Municipal Music School are called for the traditional Christmas Concert, an occasion for celebration and exchange of greetings, with a repertoire of great quality, carefully balanced between music cultured and popular genres. The concert will be performed in the Cathedral of San Donato.

The Off event is scheduled for Thursday 16th January at the Baretti Theater with a special evening by the historic Italian band Modena City Ramblers, which presents the “number zero” of the 2020 tour that will visit important cities of the Peninsula.

The evening of January 24th will be dedicated to jazz with a project curated by Cinzia Tedesco that involves no less than Giuseppe Verdi with his famous opera arias in a very curious contamination between genres.

Also at Baretti, on February 7th at 9pm, it will be the turn of the highly anticipated appointment with Lou Dalfin, a popular popular music group, which will present an unpublished show: “Vijé, tales in a night of vigil”.

We return to the Ghislieri Hall for subsequent appointments starting from the afternoon of Saturday 14th March, date of the concert of the award-winning mandolin Orchestra of Asti, founded in 1924 and dedicated to the international virtuoso Pietro Paniati.

On April 4th, Enrico Onofri will be back on stage, this time at the helm of the Youth of the Academia Montis Regalis, a band that annually brings together some of the most interesting European talents in the field of baroque music.

A very original show will follow on April 24th, alongside the Children’s Choir of the Teatro Regio in Turin, directed by Claudio Fenoglio, to a trio of jazz musicians: Luigi Martinale, pianist and author of the arrangements, Mauro Battisti on bass, Paolo Franciscone on battery. The title, “Sundials’ Time”, evokes the sundial (sundial, in English) as a symbol of the passing of time of music, but also of human life.

The Youth of the Academia Montis Regalis return as protagonists on 16th May led by Vanni Moretto, who will embark on a journey to discover Classicism and that very important musical form which is the Symphony.

On May 23rd, Gudni Emilsson, director of Icelandic origin, will be on the podium to guide orchestras and singers in the Vespro in F major by Michael Haydn, younger brother of the famous Franz Joseph. The concert seals the usual collaboration with Alba Music Festival.

To close the review will be the Youth of the Academia Montis Regalis with a repertoire dedicated to French baroque music. The wand will be entrusted to the transalpine Alexis Kossenko, an emerging international flutist.

The high artistic level of this programming, guaranteed by programs of different genres but always of absolute value, is combined with a strengthening of connections with the local reality, starting from the musicians themselves, often coming from the Monregalese or in any case active on the spot .

One of the goals of the season and more generally of the many activities of the Academia Montis Regalis is in fact to extend the musical culture to the widest possible number of people, spreading the healthy habit of attending concerts. In order to corroborate the pleasure of listening, various dissemination activities are planned to bring the public closer to the art of sound.

«A high-quality musical season – declared the Councilor for Culture, Luca Olivieri – who will accompany the City of Mondovì from October to June, with thirteen events of absolute variety, from baroque music to jazz, up to the singer-songwriter and the most innovative appointments , like the one with the “Modena City Ramblers” in concert in the Theater. The commitment to expand the band of public involved and to ensure that the city’s cultural life, from concerts to theatrical performances, also speaks to the youngest continues, also in the music field.


The season will be organised in the city using different venues depending on the type of concert performed, such as the Church of the Mission, the Ghislieri Hall (formerly the Oratory of Santa Croce) and the Baretti Theater of Mondovì. The days dedicated to the concerts are on Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the afternoon (5.00 pm) or evening (9.00 pm).


Adult € 10,00
Reduced € 7,00
Off- concert € 20,00
Advance sales of tickets during office hours at the Academy headquarters


Saturday 26th October at 17.00, Sala Ghislieri

Antonio Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

Academia Montis Regalis

Boris Begelman violin soloist and conductor

Friday 29th November at 9.00 pm, Sala Ghislieri

The new Orpheus

The big concerts op.VI by Arcangelo Corelli

Academia Montis Regalis

Enrico Onofri violin soloist and director

Friday, December 13th at 9.00 pm, Teatro Baretti

Five G: music and monologues by Giorgio Gaber

Gianpiero Gregorio and Igor Giuffrè

Friday, December 20th at 9 pm, Cathedral of San Donato

Christmas concert

 Chorus of the White Voices and Orchestra of the Municipal Music School of Mondovì

Directors Maurizio Fornero and Giuseppe Cappotto

Thursday, January 16th, 9.00 pm, Teatro Baretti (Event Off)

Modena City Ramblers

Italian Irish Folk Band

Friday, January 24th at 9 pm, Baretti Theater

Verdi’s Mood

Cinzia Tedesco Jazz Quintett

Friday, February 7th at 9 pm, Baretti Theater

Vijè, stories on a waking night

Lou Dalfin

Saturday, March 14th at 17.00, Sala Ghislieri

Do not forget me

Pietro Paniati Mandolin Orchestra

Director Fabio Poggi

Saturday 4th April at 17.00, Sala Ghislieri

Italian taste

Montis Regalis Youth Orchestra

Director Enrico Onofri

Friday, April 24th at 9.00 pm, Sala Ghislieri

Sundial’s time

Chorus of the White Voices of the Teatro Regio and the Conservatory “G. Verdi ”of Turin

Luigi Martinale Trio

Director Claudio Fenoglio

Saturday, May 16th at 17.00, Sala Ghislieri

Investigation on Classicism

Montis Regalis Youth Orchestra

Director Vanni Moretto

Saturday, May 23 at 17.00, Sala Ghislieri

The classicism of Johann Michael and Franz Joseph Haydn

Youth Choir and the Chorus of the White Voices

of the Municipal Music School of Mondovì

Alba Music Festival Virtuosi

Director Gudni Emilsson

Saturday, June 15th at 5.30pm, Sala Ghislieri

Suite française

Montis Regalis Youth Orchestra

Director Alexis Kossenko

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