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Magnificent oratory composed by Claudio Fabi on texts by Carmen Fernandez, "Anima Mundi" is staged Sunday, July 15th in the Great Courtyard of Santa Maria Novella (beginning at 21), in the context of the Florentine Summer promoted by the City of Florence.

Claudio Fabi himself will be on the podium of the Florentine Chamber Orchestra while the direction of the Choral Society Choir Giacomo Puccini is entrusted to Maestro Walter Marsili.

Divided into five musical paintings (The Creation - Anima Mundi - The Burning Flame - The Pillars of the Earth - Lux Hominis), "Anima Mundi" describes metaphorically different moments of the journey of the Spirituality of Man throughout history and is inspired and dedicated to the humanistic values of our existence.

Opera for choir, orchestra and soloist voices (mezzo-soprano and baritone), it was composed in Spain in 1999 on the occasion of the Holy Jubilee.
The event will feature on stage the solo voices Mattia Braghero, Beatrice Innocenti, Giulia Vestri and Jampa Capolongo, as well as the soloists Patricia Garcia-Gil (Pianoforte), Federico Mariano (Classical Guitar), Filippo Ciampi and Alberto Checcacci (Acoustic Guitars) ), Marco Nazzeri (Keyboards) and Marco Fanciullini (Percussions), all artists of the Campus della Musica, project of management and development of emerging musical talent, unique in Europe, based in Florence.

Price: € 20

20/15 euros (discounts for students and over 65). A 15% discount (or three tickets for the price of two) is reserved for holders of the "Firenze Card" of the Municipality of Florence and Unicoop Firenze members with a card. 5 euro ticket for holders of the "Carta Giò - I study in Florence" of the Municipality of Florence. Free entry up to 12 years. Information and reservations - Orchestra secretariat tel. 055.783374 (during office hours)