A special evening for #NoiDellaMondadori

The Mondadori Group's summer evening, dedicated to its employees, cements itself as a special, memorable event

In the splendid setting of the Palazzo Niemeyer Park, many people, employees and collaborators, together with their families and children, accepted the invitation from Mondadori Group Chair Marina Berlusconi and CEO Antonio Porro to spend an evening together.

Over 1,700 people attended this opportunity to meet, chat, greet old and new colleagues and enjoy an exclusive concert.

It was a great turnout, demonstrating the strong sense of belonging to the publishing house and its values. It also confirms how Palazzo Mondadori, the Group’s historical headquarters, continues to be a wonderful place for relationships and sharing and that soon, thanks to the redevelopment work in progress, it will be even more beautiful and functional.

The new edition of the Summer Evening organised for #NoidellaMondadori follows in the footsteps of what has now become a tradition, despite an interruption of a few years.

This year the stars on the big stage set up in the Palazzo Mondadori Park were Perpetuum Jazzile, who energised the evening with a unique mix of vocal arrangements, innovative interpretations, eclectic sounds and lights.

These artists form a vocal orchestra that has gained worldwide acclaim – from the United Nations in New York to Pope Francis, from France to China to Canada – with performances of pop songs that have been popular on social media channels.

The group, which hails from Slovenia, has won international recognition for its live performances with a unique and versatile musical style that fuses jazz, pop and other genres, offering a new and dynamic approach using only voices.

More than 30 extraordinary performers spread positive messages through the universal language of music, which fosters cultural exchange and creates connections between people.

For #NoidellaMondadori, the ensemble has arranged and interpreted great worldwide pop and rock hits, including Africa by Toto — which made them world famous — Mas que nada by Sergio Mendes, Suspicious Mind by Elvis Presley, Più bella cosa by Eros Ramazzotti, and many other medleys.

It was a combination of entertainment and fun that made this new edition of the evening dedicated to all employees and collaborators of the Mondadori Group an event to remember.