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7 August 2020

Rolex and medici.tv Launch "Perpetual Music" Concert Series, Featuring Streaming Performances by Sonya Yoncheva, Juan Diego Flórez, Rolando Villazón, Charles Castronovo

ROLEX ANNOUNCED TODAY that it will partner with medici.tv to launch a live concert series titled “Perpetual Music,” which will feature performances by Sonya Yoncheva, Juan Diego Flórez, Rolando Villazón, Renaud Capuçon and nearly 100 other artists. 

An initiative meant to support musicians and singers during the pandemic, the series will reach over 180 countries via the free streaming service, and the performances will  will remain available for viewing on medici.tv through the end of October. 

Juan Diego Flórez kicks off the series on August 21, with a concert transmitted live from Pesaro’s Teatro Rossini, where he will be joined by baritone Davide Luciano, bass Nicola Ulivieri, soprano Eleonora Buratto, tenor Xabier Anduaga, soprano Marina Monzo, mezzo Karine Deshayes, tenor Pietro Adaini, mezzo Cecilia Molinari, soprano Nino Machaidze, bass Nahuel Di Pierro, soprano Mariangela Sicilia and bass Roberto Lorenzi. 

On September 1, Sonya Yoncheva will perform in-concert at the Staatsoper Berlin, and will be joined by baritone Alfredo Daza, tenor Charles Castronovo, soprano Fatma Said, soprano Ekaterina Siurina, bass Michael Volle and mandolinist Avi Avital.  

The September 3 Perpetual Music concert will feature Rolando Villazón and Renaud Capuçon performing at the Palais Garnier. They will be joined by mezzo Adèle Charvet, countertenor Valer Sabadus, soprano Céline Scheen, mezzo Luciana Mancini, soprano Samuel Mariño, tenor Zachary Wilder, and bass-baritone Dingle Yandell, in addition to the Baroque ensemble Arpeggiata, led by Christina Pluhar, the Agate Quartet and the Metral Trio. spacer 

More information can be found at medici.tv.



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