Theme of the fifth edition of he is “ ‘, an idea that combines VIVA’s avant-garde stance! with the fundamental need to re-engineer experiences and perceptions of the current international cultural moment.
Long live the! The festival celebrates the sanctity of the pose, a glorification of meridian thought carried out with care and passion.
From 5 to 8 August (and from 1 to 8 August, considering additional VIVA dates!) Valle d’Itria becomes a creative co-living place to experience shows, talks and special events once with its amazing community.
Leading the community in the events of 2021 will once again be the languages of the contemporary rejected by voices and visions, a coherent intersection of analog and digital meant for live broadcasting around the world and in existence.
So the landscapes and architectural wonders of the Itria Valley are the protagonists of this unique artistic mix, including the roofs of the historical center of Lokorotondo (Le Commerce), the elegant rurality of Masseria Aprile and the magnificent Cala Masciola immersed in the light of dawn. .
Four days of concerts, DJ sets, performances and talks about contemporary music and its multidisciplinary aspects. The festival program will soon be complemented by a new announcement of the grand opening presented by Audi and new surprises.
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Extra Viva! It is part of VIVA! A festival that deals with the concept and rejection of innovation on topics different from those closely related to the world of music. Extra is a format of meetings, speeches and discussions that aims to create links between different topics that look to the future as an opportunity to build a more sustainable and participatory world. Extra is the story of things that change. Extra Viva! 2021 sponsored by Christian Rocca.
Paolo Giordano has been, since March of last year, with a series of public interventions, the most vivid analyst of what was happening to us, affirming in simple and precise words how we can no longer consider ourselves as isolated entities but as part of a global system that forces us to consider the presence of others in our individual choices.
Writer, recipient of the Strega Prize in 2008, and columnist for Corriere della Sera. His essay “Nel contagio” contains a series of reflections on our time and future
In an interview with Paolo Giordano: , journalist; , director Linkiesta
New formats, business models, newsletters, podcasts, social platforms, and increasingly individual methods of use are changing how information and entertainment (ours) are changing.
, journalist and director of Sky TG24 and managing director of Undici.
In an interview with Giuseppe de Bellis: , journalist; , director Linkiesta
, journalist, deputy editor-in-chief of the foreign editorial board of Corriere della Sera, deals specifically with the United States;
, journalist, deputy editor-in-chief of the daily Il Foglio, writing about international politics and culture, particularly American, English and European;
, journalist (Il Foglio, Vanity Fair, Will), co-author with Chiara Lalli of the “Polvere” podcast.