The Albanian embassy in Italy announces that the "Artists for Albania" concert, organized by the "Opera in Scena" association, will be held in Rome on 11 January.
The concert will take place at hours 18:30 to Sala Pims (Academic Hall of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music), Piazza Sant'Agostino, 20 / A. Admission to the concert is free, and the contributions collected from the free offers will be delivered to the president of the Albanian Episcopal Conference, Msgr. George Anthony Frendo.
According to a press note, on the wave of solidarity in support of the Albanian populations affected by the earthquake of 26 November, a particularly active category was that of the artists, who did not spare themselves to make their contribution with dozens of events of solidarity and fundraising activities.
The event was presented with a post on the Facebook page of the Embassy of Albania in Italy:
” 'Artists for Albania'. Another gesture of solidarity by the Albanian and Italian artists, with the mind and heart close to the families affected by the November 26 earthquake. Saturday 11 January Albanian and Italian artists organize a free concert in Rome to raise funds for the reconstruction of areas damaged by the earthquake.
'Artists for Albania'! The year 2020, thanks also to the artists, arrives with the sign and the message of solidarity!
'Artists for Albania'. Together we can!
Solidarity for reconstruction! "- read the post appeared on Facebook.
The artists who will participate
- Piero Terranova- Baritone
- Ana Lushi-soprano
- Elena Lo Forte- Soprano
- Angelo Forte- Tenor
- Irida Dragoti- Mezzosoprano
- Bianca D'Amore- Soprano
- Flavja Matmuja - Soprano
- Elsa Lila & Quartet:
- Lorenzo Bucci - arrangements and classical guitar
- Giulia Anita Bari - violin
- Giuseppe Civiletti - double bass
- Hersi Matmuja & IllyriaTrio:
- Andi Zeka- Accordion
- Jacopo Been- Cello
- Kozeta Prifti on the Piano
The Academic Hall Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music
The Academic Room of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music, located in the historic center of Rome (near Piazza Navona), is a beautiful room that features well-known names of classical and instrumental music. It is home to the Mascioni Great Organ.