On TV today: the 73rd edition of Sanremo

Tonight everyone is in front of the TV for the prime time of the 73rd edition of Sanremo, the famous Italian Song Festival that has been capturing everyone's attention in recent years.

Amadeus is conductor and artistic director for the fourth time and Gianni Morandi will be alongside him on stage for the entire duration of the event.

The four co-hosts
A special co-host will also accompany Amadeus every evening. The influencer and entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni is the protagonist of the first and last evening, the journalist Francesca Fagnani will participate in the second evening of Wednesday, in the third evening (Thursday) there will be the volleyball player Paola Egonu, and on the fourth evening (Friday) the actress and comedian Chiara Francini.

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Super guests
The so-called super guests are expected on the Sanremo stage every year. This year, after the global success and the victory in Sanremo, the Måneskin could not miss who will perform on the third evening.

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How to see the Festival on streaming
The Festival will be broadcast on Rai 1 from Tuesday 7 February to Saturday 11 February. As always, it will also be visible in live streaming on RaiPlay.

After a few hours the performances are also uploaded to YouTube by the official Rai channel.

On Spotify you can listen to the playlist with all the songs.

Italiano On-Air: we too at the Scuola Leonardo da Vini watch Sanremo
The next episode of our podcast could only be dedicated to this important event! Katia and Alessio will talk about the first editions, the emotions that only music can give and how the latest editions have changed the festival. Together we will learn new idioms related to music and television. Stay tuned!

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