Castello San Giusto Lights up with “Arpa Mundi” Concert Tonight

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by In Trieste

Vincenzo Zitello is to delight the public at sunset in Castello San Giusto with his Celtic harp in “Arpa Mundi” concert on Tuesday, 6 July.

Zitello is a world famous harpist, composer and one of the pioneers of Celtic harp in Italy. He has worked with numerous famed musicians such as Franco Battiato, Ivano Fossati, and Alan Stivell. 

The concert precedes the Triskell Festival, a staple of Triestine midsummer, which will take place July 23 – August 1, in Boschetto del Ferdinandeo.

Ticket cost: 11,50 and you can get it here.

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