Founded and directed by American violinist Robert McDuffie, the Rome Chamber Music Festival is one of Rome’s most anticipated cultural events. The festival celebrates its fourteenth season in 2017 with a spectacular new program that includes classical and contemporary chamber music masterpieces, from baroque to bluegrass, played by internationally known artists and rising stars selected through the De Simone Young Artist Program. The festival also features master classes and open rehearsals during the day, beginning June 2 at Palazzo Barberini and Domus Romana. Evening concerts take place June 4 through June 8 (concert on June 4 will be an invitation-only event).
Thanks to everyone who helped make the RCMF’s benefit concert last week such a memorable evening. We were delighted to welcome guests from all over the United States whose generosity raised over $90,000…
Please join the Rome Chamber Music Festival on Monday, February 20, 2017 for cocktails and a concert to benefit its De Simone Young Artist Program. Robert McDuffie will be joined on stage…
After the Italian State bought it in 1949, Palazzo Barberini has been open to the public and home to the National Gallery of Antique Art since 1953. The year 2013 marks the 60th anniversary…