Cremona increasingly recognized as the international capital of music. Cremona Pianoforte, the only exhibition exclusively dedicated to the piano.
Cremona presents not only the world's finest violin-making but strenghtens its international
role as the capital of music with a new event added to the already rich calendar
of CremonaFiere. An exhibition exclusively dedicated to the piano which has been
created by CremonaFiere to meet the specific needs of the sector: it is, actually,
the first exhibition of this kind in which the piano plays the leading role.
The Exhibition will be celebrated in conjunction with Mondomusica (September
30 – October 2, 2011) and it will take place in a dedicated hall in order to promote
musical instruments at best.
We are talking about a fascinating instrument with a huge market potential: just
think about the thousands of professional musicians, amateurs, theatres, music schools
and concert halls...the piano is certainly one of the world's most widespread musical
instruments which today has found a new point of reference, the city of Cremona.
Cremona Pianoforte will present the best international piano makers and it will
take place at Cremona Fairgrounds - Hall 1. The decision to dedicate an entire hall
to the new exhibition was taken to promote instruments at best, even from a logistic
Cremona Pianoforte, as well as Mondomusica, will present a programme of very important
side events: meetings with famous musicians to discuss about the future of the music
profession, international conference on music teaching, technical conference on
the integration of acoustic and digital music, the Spazio Ludopiano to incline children
towards the instrument, international seminar of piano tuners and technicians and
Cremona Pianoforte is a new project which has immediately received the help and
appreciation of field's major representatives. As a matter of fact, the exhibition
can rely on the prestigious partnership with AIARP (Italian Association of Piano
Tuners and Repairers) and the cooperation with the Ministry of Education, which
officially recognized Mondomusica as a place of education and artistic training.
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