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Gallerie d'Italia - Torino


18 - 25 May | 15 - 22 June

From 19:30 to 21:00


Free admission until places are echausted. Booking is recommended at:

with Vittorio Cosma
and with
Whitemary, Gianluca Petrella, Damir Nefat, Daniele Mana, Cecilia, Plastica, Enrico Gabrielli, Plastica, Ivan Bert, Alessio Sanfilippo, IDRA, Giancarlo Parisi.

After the success and excitement of the January appointment at the Gallerie d'Italia in Milan, due to the unique experience of a combination of space and sound, Gallerie d'Italia,The Goodness Factory and Music Production have decided to repeat that experience to amplify the emotion and go on a journey together.
From 18th of May Vittorio Cosma returns to the halls of the Gallerie d'Italia with Open Machine, the improvisation project that he has been touring Italy for a few years now, with four appointments in Turin and four in Milan.

The guests who will alternate in this unique and prestigious creative room will bring the public directly into contact with the mechanisms of musical creation. Much more than a performance, it is a tangible action that aims to help reposition music in the experimental and cultural dimension to which it belongs. The musicians involved meet “on stage”, with no rehearsals before the live performance, and the audience finds itself completely immersed in an authentic moment of artistic creation with a free interaction.

This is how the new format “Open Machine FEATURING Gallerie d'Italia” was born, a regular appointment aimed at the general public, art lovers and music enthusiasts, taking place between May and October in the Intesa Sanpaolo museums spaces in Turin and Milan. A project combining the experimental attitude of Open Machine with the vision of Gallerie d'Italia. Eight appointments, four in Turin and four in Milan, for a musical event that has two simple rules: listen and let yourself be carried away by the flow.

  • 18 May - singer and producer Biancamaria Scoccia, aka Whitemary, with world-famous Italian trombone player Gianluca Petrella and guitarist Damir Nefat
  • 25 May - Vittorio Cosma will be accompanied by Subsonica producer and keyboard player Davide Boosta Dileo, composer-producer and sound designer Daniele Mana from Turin and the harp and angelic voice of Cecilia
  • 15 June - Enrico Gabrielli Italian multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, record producer and writer, as well as member of Calibro 35, with the electronic pop of Plastica and Ivan Bert.
  • 22 June - Vittorio Cosma will be accompanied by the drummer Alessio Sanfilippo, IDRA and Giancarlo Parisi.

The meetings will be held in the courtyard, weather permitting. In the event of bad weather, they will be moved to the immersive room.


In Turin since 2014, The Goodness Factory is an intellectual and physical space for the promotion of artistic activities (especially emerging ones), for the production and communication of cultural events and for the dissemination of new languages. It is a crossroads of very different backgrounds and work experiences, an environment conceived from the outset as a real and applied network, a demonstration of collective intelligence.

Vittorio Cosma (Verona, 1965) is a composer, musician, producer, conductor and artistic director. He was a member of Premiata Forneria Marconi and has always collaborated with Elio e le Storie Tese. During his career, he has collaborated with artists of the calibre of Fiorella Mannoia, Samuele Bersani, Pino Daniele, Fabrizio De André, Coma_Cose, Eugenio in Via Di Gioia and Marlene Kuntz, thanks to whom he has collected several gold records. He is a founding member of Gizmodrome, a band created in 2016 with Stewart Copeland (drummer of the Police), Mark King (bass player of Level 42) and Adrian Belew (guitarist of King Crimson). He teaches Music Production Technology at the Milan Polytechnic and created the Deproducers collective, a project that combining music and science.

Music Production is Vittorio Cosma's production company with which he produces artists, soundtracks, TV commercials and sound recordings.