January 5th, 2016
Episode 1180 of 1485 episodes
Conductor Mario Tronco arrived in Rome from Sicily in 2002 and was immediately fascinated by the multi-ethnic Piazza Vittorio in the heart of the historical Esquiline district. Fascinated by the sounds and languages that, like music, rise through the courtyards outside his windows he dreamed of having an orchestra which would bring together all these sounds. This is the extraordinary story of the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio.
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