Baroque music, from June to December. Voxonus Festival – From the Alps to the Sea is Savona Symphony Orchestra’s production season of Baroque music. Concerts are organized in harmony with the territory in which they are held, bringing to life historical-cultural narratives that enhance the original idea – rediscovering classical music to look at the future.

On stage. This year’s Voxonus Festival features 60 concerts in 22 different locations in partnership with more than 30 public and private stakeholders, including the Ministry of Culture, the Liguria Region and the Piedmont Region. Internationally renowned musicians compose the musical ensembles, each bringing with them original instruments and informed praxis to enhance post- and late Baroque writing, in both a classical and crossover style. Key ensembles include “Voxonus Quartet,” “Voxonus Duo,” and “Voxonus Ensemble.”

Jewels of beauty. From Liguria to Apulia, passing through Pidemont – Voxonus Festival’s venues include jewels of beauty such as Savona’s Cappella Sistina and Sanctuary, Piazza della Concordia in Albissola Marina, Villa Groppallo in Vado Ligure, Forte San Giovanni and Castelfranco in Finale Ligure, Villa Rosa in Altare, Santa Pelagia’s choir and Collegio Einaudi in Turin, but also Sassello, Quiliano, Varazze, Certosa di Pesio, Mondovì, Rittana, the Alfieri Theater in Asti, and the Black Cross Church in Saluzzo.

A sea of history. Voxonus was founded in 2011 in Albissola Marina (Savona) as part of the “Academia di musici e cantori”, a project focused on music and instruments of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Voxonus is a brand of the Savona Symphony Orchestra dedicated to international concert music production, ranging from chamber music to symphonic music to opera. Over the years, it has collaborated with major institutions including RAI’s National Orchestra, Teatro La Fenice and the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino.