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Copacabana Palace hosts the Pianíssimo series in Rio de Janeiro between April and May

Rio's nightlife has four unforgettable events with classical music and good company on the agenda. Between April 25th and May 3rd, Copacabana Palace welcomes the Pianíssimo Series in Rio de Janeiro, which features concerts by international pianists. Featuring young music talents, the project brings together four traveling shows that take place throughout the year on various dates. In Rio, the presentations are encouraged by GES 2, Casa da Cultura, a Russian foundation that works with artists of various nationalities. The recitals always take place at 8pm and tickets can be purchased on the Sympla website.

Founded in 2017, the Pianíssimo initiative aims to introduce new generations of international musicians to the general public. Featuring performances on the world's main stages, such as Teatro alla Scalla, in Milan, and Carnegie Hall, in New York. Furthermore, the project was notable for holding presentations in unusual locations, such as the Italian Skylight Hall, inside the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg and at GES-2, a former power station located in the center of Moscow, transformed into a recognized multicultural space. as one of the most modern in the world.

In 2024, the Pianíssimo Series in Rio de Janeiro will feature four award-winning musicians playing on a Yamaha grand piano, a reference in sound and acoustic terms. Jan Nikovish, Croatian; Can Sarac, Turkish; Massimiliano Grotto, Italian; and Dmitry Shishkin, Russian, perform at the Copacabana Palace, which reopened in 2023 after more than 600 artisans renovated its interior. Currently, the venue is managed by Belmond, the same group that manages the hotel.

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Pianissimo Series in Rio de Janeiro

Where: Copacabana Palace, Avenida Atlântica 1702, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro 

Date: April 25th and 26th and May 2nd and 3rd, always at 8pm.

Duration: 1:15h, without interruptions. 

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Credits: Diario do Rio

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