The Rome Chamber Music Festival returns this Summer, June 26th to 29th
Founded by famed violinist Robert McDuffie in 2003, the nineteenth season of the Rome Chamber Music Festival will take stage for the first time at the prestigious Teatro Argentina, located in the historic heart of Rome.
Purchase your tickets now and join us in to hear an exciting repertoire featuring classical masterpieces, new works inspired by rock music hits, hip hop, and Broadway favorites performed by an international roster of 44 esteemed professional and young musicians.
In addition to the acclaimed musicians and the participants of the festival’s Young Artist Program, the festival will debut its newest educational initiative, the Steven Della Rocca Young Professional Program, which aims to provide meaningful performance opportunities for artists who are just starting their careers.
Each night of the festival features a unique musical program. For information, tickets, and group sales, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rome Chamber Music Festival is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Please support our mission of artistic excellence and artist advancement by making a tax-deductible donation.
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