An echo of music resounds in the Dolomites

From July 7th to August 31st 2017, one of Trentino’s most popular summer events returns: “Sounds of the Dolomites”, the high-altitude music festival that has attracted fans for twenty-three years now.

The imminent edition also includes a special project: the Campiglio Special Week, which will bring international musicians to the mountaintops and valleys of the area with jazz, classical, world and auteur music concerts. All to be enjoyed near alpine huts, pastures and mountaintops, tasting dishes from local traditional cuisine served with the great hospitality that is a renowned trait of this area.

Concerts scheduled for “Albe delle Dolomiti” (“Dawn of the Dolomites”) at 6am – just as the sun rises – are particularly popular, with darkness all around as you reach the mountaintops.

Finally, to experience a more intense connection with the mountains, you can join the “Trekking” program, with itineraries extending over a few days in the company of alpine guides and musicians, alternating between physical strain and wonder – always listening to the beautiful soundtrack of the world around us.

© I Suoni delle Dolomiti

An echo of music resounds in the Dolomites

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