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Back again this yearCELTIC Valle d'Aosta (15/th), the International Music Festival, Celtic Art and Culturethat has its heart in the secularforest Peuterey, in Val Veny (COURMAYEUR), at the foot of Mont Blanc, but also includes – between late June and early July – many initiatives in the most picturesque towns in the Aosta Valley Courmayeur as, Pre-Saint-Didier, Vetan di Saint-Pierre e Bard.
Education and Culture organized by the Autonomous Region of Valle D'Aosta, in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, Sports, Trade and Transport of the region, boasts numerous institutional partnerships such as, among many, Embassy of Argentina in Italy and the municipalities involved in the thick regional program. The Cultural Association of the Great Bear Clan and Celtic Trade sas , since the first edition of the festival, take care of the artistic direction.
CELTIC Valle d'Aosta is one of the the most important events of its kind at international level, an event that attracts thousands of spectators (more 300.000 to date) from all over Italy and abroad. The growing success – and international – This year the festival is confirmed by itsrole of official representative abroad“ECQUE – European Celtic Quality Events”, a consortium comprising them the seven major Celtic festivals in Italy.
The event takes place between late June and early July. Il 26 to Vetan di Saint-Pierre, il 30 June and one in Aosta, il 2 Thed 3 Val Veny in July and the rest of the Valle d'Aosta, there will be hundreds of initiatives: Traditional Celtic music concerts, Dance, workshop, seminars, workshops for adults and children, paths, naturalistic and gastronomic, art tours and historical re-enactments that will involve more than 300 artists. among the many events, This year will be a Celtic harp player with the second edition of the Trofeo Camac / Celtic harp.
CELTIC Valle d'Aosta – 15/th
26 e 30/06 E 1-2-3/07/11 | Aosta, Courmayeur / Val Veny, Pre-Saint-Didier, Vetan di Saint-Pierre e Bard