All Up! Happy birthday Claudio Baglioni. What to know about the documentary film at the cinema

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The 15,16 and 17 May at the cinema it is possible to see All Up! Happy birthday ClaudiusThe documentary film produced by Friends & Partners in collaboration with the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma celebrating the talent and music of Claudio Baglioni. An event film distributed by Medusa Film that brings life to the big screen two events by the Italian artist which took place in June 2022 in Rome. So those who have missed the opportunity to witness live magic will be able to recover those emotions and the best of Baglioni’s performance accompanied by 123 classical and modern musicians, singers and performers.

Twelve Notes – All Up

All Up! Happy birthday Claudio Baglioni door to the cinema the event at the Baths of Caracalla at the opening of the Opera Season of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma which took place from 3 to 19 June 2022. It was the first time that a composer and interpreter of modern music opened that type of event for the direction and artistic direction of Giuliano Peparini. Also on stage the Italian Cinema Orchestrafounded in the historic recording studios “Forum Studios” and directed by Danilo Minotti, author of the arrangements together with Paolo Gianolio, and the Giuseppe Verdi Choir with the Artistic Director Marco Tartaglia and the Choir Master Anna Elena Masini.

Alongside Amadeus

“We are street vendors of suggestions, these are the artists, and our dreams are projects. This concert and the film that narrates it are not meant to be a demonstration of power, if anything of power but understood in the sense of the verb and not of the noun, that is being able to do something singular trying to fascinate and marvel the ears and eyes of the spectators” declared Claudio Baglioni to present this film in an interview with La Repubblica. Fans of him will be delighted to see this musical montage in the cinema, but also the curious and music lovers could experience a unique show.