The 14th edition of the sacred music festival held in Pisa Cathedral and Monumental Cemetery
Music and space. A holy space receives the music and multiplies its power to create shared feelings. It allows people to feel in harmony together, in peace.
Anima Mundi is the witness of the fertility of this relationship. The Cathedral, the Monumental Cemetery, the places where our festival has been held for eleven years now, offer a privileged condition that pervades the spirit and the sensitivity of those who play and those who listen, making the players and the audience part of one and the same community.
Such a special empathy between architecture and sound instantly excited and attracted Sir John Eliot Gardiner, who has been the art director of the Festival since 2006.