10 voices for 10 years: Bracco Foundation’s choral narrative recounts art and science
For its 10th anniversary Bracco Foundation presented “10 voices for 10 years: words that impact”, a choral narration made up of 10 video messages by personalities from the worlds of science, the arts and civil society to share the values and commitment of Bracco Foundation.
From the promotion of art and science to access to culture, environmental sustainability and female empowerment, from training to support for fragility: crucial themes of our times to which Bracco Foundation, in these 10 years of activity, has helped offer concrete responses.
The illustrious friends who have accompanied us along this path are: Ersilia Vaudo, Chief Diversity Officer of the ESA (February 11, Day of girls and women in science); Barbara Caputo and Luisa Torsi, scientists in the #100esperte network (March 8, International Women’s Day); Frédéric Olivieri, Director of La Scala Theatre Ballet Corps (April 29, World Dance Day); Riccardo Chailly, Musical Director of La Scala Theatre (June 30, World Day of Music); Gianvito Vilè, researchers and winner of the Felder Prize (July 22); Rosella Vodret, art historian (September 23); Cristina Messa, Doctor and Professor of Imaging and the Milan Bicocca University (October 5, World Teachers’ Day); don Paolo Steffano, vicar of S.Arialdo in Baranzate (November 20, World Infancy Day); and philosopher Massimo Cacciari (December 10, World Human Rights Day).
This narration began in February and ended in December 2020.