The Symphony Orchestra of Rome, under the auspices of the Italy-USA Foundation, United Nations and FAO, for the very first time in a tour in the United States, starting on June 7 with a concert at the Carnegie Hall of New York and ending in Washington DC on June 20 with a concert dedicated to peace and the fight against hunger at the J.F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. The Orchestra will also perform in Morristown, Springfield, Boston, Trenton e Philadelphia. The Symphony Orchestra of Rome will perform at the Carnegie Hall of New York on June 7, at the Mayo Performing Arts Center of Morristown on June 8, at the Symphony Hall of Springfield on June 11, at the Symphony Hall of Boston on June 13, at the Memorial Hall of Trenton on June 15 and at the Verizon Hall at Kimmel Center of Philadelphia on June 18. A special concert dedicated to peace and the fight against hunger will close the tour with a last date at the J.F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts of Washington DC.
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