Eni is a partner of the Festival dei due Mondi, to be held in Spoleto from 28 June to 14 July, one of the Italy’s most important international cultural events that every year, over two weeks, examples of artistic excellence in opera, music, theatre and dance, as well as an entire section dedicated to art and cinema.

On 6 July, during the evening dedicated to Eni, the young internationally-renowned Italian singer-songwriter and pianist Raphael Gualazzi, will perform in Spoleto’s Piazza del Duomo. Gualazzi was born in Urbino on 11 November 1981 and after studying piano at the Conservatorio Rossini in Pesaro, he broadened his musical horizons to take in jazz, blues and fusion. He came to the attention of the wider public with his cover version of the celebrated 70s Fleetwood Mac hit Don’t stop, which in the summer of 2010 was used as the soundtrack for an Eni TV commercial.
 The Festival dei Due Mondi welcomes some of the biggest Italian and international artists and attracts visitors from all around the world. The aim of Eni is to facilitate an awareness of different artistic expressions in a collaboration between the public and the private spheres. For Eni, culture represents an important area for initiatives through which to combine its role as a major player in the energy business with the social and culture texture of the countries in which it operates.

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