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–-Started by a young Franciscan priest in 1953, the Antoniano of BOLÓGNA From the 1960s on, other cultural initiatives were added, including the Zecchino d’Oro. —
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Started by a young Franciscan priest in 1953, the Antoniano of BOLÓGNA was created to assist the poor and help young people develop their talents, in the spirit of St. Francis. The first initiatives included a canteen to feed the poor, and the Academy of Dramatic Arts. From the 1960s on, other cultural initiatives were added, including the Zecchino d’Oro. Throughout the years, the Antoniano has kept adding new projects devoted to helping those in need, especially as related to children.
In 1963, Mariele Ventre, a conductor and director of young performers, created the Piccolo Coro Antoniano. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the show this year will include a journey through its history and its music, with performances by Veronica Maya and readings by Pino Insegna, the two presenters of the show.
From 1976 the festival took on an international perspective – each year seven Italian songs and seven foreign songs are sung by children and voted for by a children’s jury. The winning song is rewarded with the Zecchino d’Oro award – as with the Zecchino d’Argento (second place), the award goes to the writers and composers of the songs, not to the children who interpret them.
Un momento della messa celebrata L’8 dicembre 2011, nella chiesa di Santa Maria del Prato, dall’arcivescovo di Genova e presidente della Cei, card. Angelo Bagnasco