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MITO SettembreMusica is an event to cherish and protect in the face of a dogged economic crisis for a number of reasons: the festival?s renowned quality; its capacity for spreading music culture by creating involvement across the board in both host cities; its outreach to audiences of all ages and social classes, offering opportunities to enjoy music to people who otherwise would miss out. Over the years the MITO SettembreMusica format has become, thanks to its diversification and the quality and quantity of its proposals, an example of cultural organization at its finest, a winning formula to be sure.
It?s easy to walk through the MITO SettembreMusica door: you don?t have to knock or even push because it?s open to all. And you won?t leave disappointed! You may come because you long to learn more about music, it may spark your intellectual curiosity. You may be enticed by the quality performances by popular musicians - they may strike you as unusual, refined. Stimulating? Always!
World-class artists and orchestras breathe new life into Milano and Torino each and every September. And in keeping with the MITO SettembreMusica tradition, beautiful sounds echo not only from concert halls, but from some of the most unlikely venues, turning the two host cities into one great stage and treating audiences to precious opportunities to appreciate great music.
Since 2007 MITO SettembreMusica has been the crowning achievement of intense collaboration by two great cities, whose aim has been the creation and development of a high-caliber model for culture, one that attracts private sector funding that guarantees the realization of important projects, even in tough times such as these for public administrations.
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