Jesi - G.B. Pergolesi Theatre


XVIIIth century theatre with fresco paintings by Felice Giani. Built on a design by Francesco Maria Ciaraffoni revised by Cosimo Morelli, the Teatro dedicated to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi was inaugurated in 1798 and represents one of the most prestigious and well-established cultural realities in the whole region. For over two hundred years it has been a point of reference for the cultural life of the town, a place for live performances, the Festival Pergolesi Spontini (with its opera, theatre and concert seasons), as well as a vehicle to promote Jesi in Italy and in the world in the name of Pergolesi, one of the greatest geniuses in the history of music. Special rooms dedicated to the life and work of two famous local composers: Jesi’s own Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, and Gaspare Spontini, born in nearby Maiolati.


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