The Sounds of the Dolomites
Extraordinary places, extraordinary sound: every summer in Trentino, nature and music come together in the Dolomites- Unesco World Natural Heritage Site. Concert by Amsterdam Sinfonietta, considered the best string orchestra in the Netherlands
Maurice Ravel: Blues from the 2nd Violin Sonata (arr. M. Miloradovic)
Joseph Kosma: Autumn Leaves (arr. T. Takemitsu)
Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet op.95 “Quartetto Serioso” (version for String Orchestra)
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (arr. Martin Gerigk)
Val di Fiemme, Cornacci Group - Monte Agnello, Buse de Tresca. Walking on the trails that from Alpe di Pampeago or Passo Feudo climb to Buse de Tresca, at the foot of Dos Capèl, is like leafing through a book on the amazing geological history of the Dolomites. What could be more exciting than treading right on the crater’s mouth of what 230 million years ago had become the largest volcano in Europe, so huge that it later collapsed under its own weight? All this, and being able to admire in front of you the Pale di San Martino and the most southern part of the Latemar group.
How to get there
From Pampeago by the Agnello chairlift, then on foot along trail 509; 20 minutes walking time; altitude change: 100 metres; difficulty level: E.
Excursion with Trentino Mountain Guides
at €15.00 per person (free for children under 8). 20% discount for Trentino Guest Card and Card di Territorio holders. Reservation required: Book by 12:00 pm the day before the excursion with the Val di Fiemme ApT by calling +39 0462 241111 or via the following link (coming soon).
Alternative venue in case of bad weather: 5.30 pm Palafiemme, Cavalese. Free attendance upon compulsory booking
In case of bad weather:
• The concert will take place the same day at 5.30 pm at Palafiemme
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