ANIMA MUNDI

Inspired by an artistic idea put forward by Maestro Giuseppe Sinopoli, the International Sacred Music Festival “Anima Mundi”, which began in 2001, is one of the most important and prestigious events of its kind both in Italy and abroad.
Starting from the sixth edition in 2006, the new artistic director of Anima Mundi is Sir John Eliot Gardiner, who has considerably strengthened with his choices the extraordinary relationship between music and architecture that houses the event.
The Festival, consisting of 7 concerts held in the incomparable setting of the Cathedral and Camposanto, is generally scheduled between September and October.


Anima Mundi 2017 17th edition

4 July 2017

It has now been five hundred years since the Lutheran Reformation (and when we speak about the Reformation in the contest of music, people always end up talking about Johann Sebastian Bach), two hundred and fifty years since the death of Georg Philipp Telemann, who was Bach’s contemporary and colleague, and four hundred and fifty […]

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Anima Mundi X – the winner

2 July 2017

The winner of the Xth edition of the 10th Anima Mundi International Competition of Sacred Music Composition announced by the Opera della Primaziale Pisana and the Anima Mundi Festival of Sacred Music is Paolo Pandolfo. The committee composed of John Eliot Gardiner (Jury President), Mgr. Marco Frisina, Mgr. Aldo Armani, Maestro Antonio Greco and Maestro […]

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TENTH ANIMA MUNDI COMPETITION OF COMPOSITION

16 January 2017

The tenth edition of the Anima Mundi Competition of Composition expires April 20, 2017

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