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La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita is a 1960 film directed by Federico Fellini, winner of the Academy Award in 1962. It is certainly one of the most famous films in the history of cinema.

Over time, this expression has become the most used in the world to celebrate the Italian “lifestyle”.

Italy is universally known for its cuisine and wine, for its immense artistic heritage, for its regional cultural traditions, for its opera, for its style in fashion and design and certainly for its cinema.

The symphonic project “Dolce vita” aims precisely to travel this Italian spirit with the most famous soundtracks that have contributed to making Italy a successful country. Ennio Morricone, Nino Rota, Nicola Piovani and Luis Bakalov (Italian by adoption) are just a few examples of the composers who have written music for immortal cinematic masterpieces.


The program, curated in the arrangements by Giuliano Di Giuseppe, sees the use of a symphony orchestra and three soloists: voice, cello and piano. It is a musical journey that includes the soundtracks of films such as: A Fistful of Dollars, Once Upon a Time in America, “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, Mission, Nuovo Cinema Paradiso, Once Upon a Time in the West, Heads Down, Legend of the Pianist by the Ocean , I Vitelloni, La Strada, La Dolce Vita, Il Gattopardo, 8½, Amarcord, Il Padrino, Il Postino, La Vita e’ Bella. It is a journey among the different souls who, from the 50s to the present day, have traveled the Bel Paese and brought it to be known all over the world.

They are memories, emotions, history, real life that through the notes of the show “Dolce Vita” are revived in different generations and accompany the public in a new show full of passion


  • Ennio Morricone: Overture  (suite from the film “The Legend of 1900” by Giuseppe Tornatore) – Orchestra and Piano
  • Riz Ortolani: Fratello Sole, Sorella Luna (from the film  “Brother Sun, Sister Moon”  Franco Zeffirelli) – Soprano, Orchestra
  • Nicola Piovani: Buongiorno Principessa, La Notte di Favola and La Vita è Bella  (from the film “Life is Beautiful” by Roberto Benigni) – Soprano – Piano and Orchestra
  • Ernesto De Curtis: Non ti scordar di me  – Soprano, Orchestra
  • Ernesto De Curtis: Torna a Surriento – Soprano, Orchestra
  • Luis Bacalov: In Bicicletta, I suoni dell’Isola and Il Postino (from the film “Il Postino: The Postman” by Michael Radford) – Orchestra
  • Riz Ortolani & Nino Oliviero:  More (from the film “Mondo Cane” by Paolo Cavara, Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco E. Prosperi) – Orchestra
  • Ennio Morricone: Western Portrait (suite from the films “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”, “Once Upon a Time in The West” e “Once Upon a Time in America” by Sergio Leone) – Soprano, Cello, Piano and Orchestra
  • Nino Rota: Fellini Portrait  (suite from “La Strada”, “Amarcord”, “The Godfather” and “Prova d’Orchestra” by Federico Fellini) – Orchestra
  • Nino Rota: Leopard’s Dance (from the film “The Leopard” by  Luchino Visconti) – Cello,Piano and Orchestra
  • Michele Galtieri & Giovanni D’Anzi: Ma L’Amore No (from the film “Stasera niente di nuovo” by Mario Mattoli) – Soprano, Orchestra
  • Nino Rota: Suite sinfonica Il Gattopardo (suite from the film “The Leopard” by  Luchino Visconti) – Orchestra
  • Ennio Morricone: Commiato (from the love theme of the film “The Legend of 1900” by Giuseppe Tornatore) – Orchestra
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Director & Arrangements

Giuliano Di Giuseppe


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