Ritratti Festival Ensemble

Ritratti Festival Ensemble
Beatrice Rana with 12 years old


Mauro Giuliani; Rarities and Masterpieces
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Bringing Live Music Elsewhere
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  • country:Italy
  • region:Apulia
  • style(s):Contemporary, Classical Music
  • label:Soundset Recordings
  • type:Small Ensemble
  • gender:male, female
  • instrumentation:instrumental
  • artist posted by:Ritratti Festival

Line up

  • Alberto Maniaci (conductor)
  • Alessia Brancia (bassoon)
  • Annelise Binard (viola)
  • Antonia Valente (piano)
  • Camillo Maddonni (percussions)
  • Cecilia Bercovich (violin)
  • Enrico Bronzi (cello)
  • Gabriele Panico (electronics)
  • Giovanni Miceli (trombone)
  • Leonardo Papa (viola)
  • Lorenzo Rovati (violin)
  • Maria Martinez (cello)
  • Massimo Felici (guitars)
  • Maurizio Campo (arrangements)
  • Rossana Quarato (flute)
  • Salvatore Magazzù (trumpet)
  • Tindaro Capuano (clarinet)


The summer season resonates with the spectacular line-up of Ritratti -XVIII edition, a Festival that brings music in some of the most beautiful venues in Puglia, Italy.

Starting from its beating heart, the ancient cloister at Palazzo San Martino in Monopoli with its charming atmosphere, the Festival Ensemble in Residence paints every year portraits- hommages dedicated to classical composers from the past and present, as well as crossover and jazz programs. The group gathers together outstanding young musicians and internationally acclaimed artists in a dynamic Lab. In this mix of backgrounds, creativity and dedication give unique sparkle and colours to the final experience of the live Concert. At Classical:NEXT 2022, Ritratti is announcing the upcoming july 12 to 22th calendar, this year opened by guest artists Emanuele Arciuli and Richard Galliano, and will be presenting its projects roster, including a great number of original monographic and thematic portraits conceived for future collaborations