Palermo, show at the Teatro Massimo for policemen with an eye to solidarity

Yesterday evening (December 6) at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo a unique event, “Palermo, the Massimo, the Police Headquarters”, organized by the Palermo Police Headquarters and dedicated to all the police officers who work every day for the good and safety of the community and also in memory of the many fallen of our city who sacrificed the supreme good of life in the name of the principles of justice and legality.

The evening, open to all members of the state police and representatives of the community, began with greetings from the police commissioner of the province of Palermo, Leopoldo Laricchia, who recalled that «these events of joy and sharing, as in all families , are also an opportunity to remember those who are no longer among us. The joy of the moment is therefore accompanied by a dutiful and reverent thought for those who have become an example of virtue and inspiration for all police officers”.

Numerous artists took turns on stage in the presence of civil and military authorities who entertained a Teatro Massimo full of families during the evening and in a Christmas atmosphere.

The event, hosted by Salvo La Rosa, was punctuated by various moments in which many guests took turns on stage: from the musical introduction by the violinist Giancarlo Renzi to the singing performance by the soprano Federica Neglia with the tenor Marco Leone, passing from the theatrical representation, dedicated to the victims of the mafia “Siamo a Mare”, by Marcello Alessandra, up to the musical epilogue by the gospel choir directed by Maestro Pietro Marchese.

The guests listened to numerous songs performed by the various interpreters who performed during the evening, being able to appreciate and enjoy the splendid soul voice of the Sicilian singer Daria Biancardi, all accompanied by the Brass Group Band.

The initiative was an opportunity for the Palermo Police Headquarters to meet the families of police officers, reserving a special thought for those most in difficulty with children suffering from chronic diseases, through a donation to the Marco Valerio Plan, an assistance fund that supports these families.

A heartfelt thought from the Police Headquarters was also addressed to the city of Palermo, to the families who are most in need, taking this opportunity to donate 200 meals, packaged by the Danilo Dolci Hotel Institute of Partinico, to the Hope and Charity mission of Fra Biagio Conte.

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