Concert for passengers by 111 young talents from Santa Cecilia in Terminal 3 Fiumicino

Conducting the JuniOrchestra Vanessa Benelli Mosell, internationally renowned artist, chosen as testimonial for the Mundys campaign

Extraordinary performance at Fiumicino airport by the JuniOrchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, made up of 111 young people and directed by Maestro Vanessa Benelli Mosell, testimonial of the communication campaign for the launch of Mundys, the new infrastructural reality shareholder of reference Adr. The event, opened by the president of Mundys, Giampiero Massolo, together with the president of Adr, Claudio De Vincenti, was attended by several hundred passengers, who welcomed the performance of the young orchestras inside the area with great favor and interest international departure point E at Terminal 3, built according to the most advanced technologies and the best standards of environmental protection.

The program chosen for the occasion saw the performance of some of the best-known compositions by Ravel, Borodin, Bernstein and other internationally renowned authors. The concert, which lasted about an hour, opened with ‘Polovesian Dances’ by Aleksandr Borodin, which was followed, among other pieces, by Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story, and closed with Maurice Ravel’s Bolero. The 111-piece orchestra consists, among others, of 27 violins, 14 cellos, 9 flutes, 1 piano, 8 trumpets, 4 trombones, 8 percussionists. The Leonardo da Vinci, therefore, was transformed for one evening into a large and innovative auditorium where artists of excellence performed in a unique concert for an audience and the intercontinental passengers present.

The conductor of the orchestra, Vanessa Benelli Mosell, is an artist of international renown: she has performed in prestigious concert halls, such as the Berliner Philharmonie, the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris, the Dublin National Concert Hall, the Seoul Arts Center, the Beijing National Center for the Performing Arts, the Royal Festival Hall and Kings Place in London, La Scala in Milan.