Massimo Ranieri returns to Rai 1 on Friday 26 May at 21.30 with the first of two evening specials entitled “All dreams are still in flight”. A great show that wants to honor the “diversity” of the past. A story made up of personal stories and anecdotes and the most beautiful songs ever.
To accompany Massimo Ranieri on his journey among the great classics of the Italian song, there will be an exceptional fan: Rocio Muñoz Morales.
The guests of the first episode are artists of the Italian music scene such as Gianni Morandi, Deodato, Noemi, Colors.
The scenography, created by Gennaro Amendola, is that of great occasions and evokes shows of the 60’s and 70’s. The television direction, which will play between tradition and modernity, is entrusted to Duccio Forzano. Maestro Leonardo de Amicis conducts the orchestra, Grazia Cundaria conducts the ballet and creates the choreography. “All Dreams Are Still In Flight” Produced by Ray1 in collaboration with Blandy.
Program by Massimo Ranieri written with Ivana Sabatini, Carmelo La Rocca, Matteo Catalano, Barbara Boncompagni, Duccio Forzano, Giacomo Berdini and in collaboration with Marco D’Antones. The direction is Duccio Forzano. design group by Gennaro Amendola; musical director Leonardo de Amicis; Choreography by Grazia Cundari, Executive Producer of Balande, Luca Catalano, Executive Producer, Maria Teresa Mazoni.
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