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  1. Update on Venice Carnival and next concerts
    25
    Feb

    Update on Venice Carnival and next concerts

    The words by the journalist Marco Imarisio are very true: “We can close any borders, but we will always have Venice, which belongs to the world, not to us.”

    The Carnival in Venice has been interrupted to avoid any health risks due to the current international situation. Therefore, this Mardi Gras in Venice there will be no traditional parades, which took place until last Sunday.

    The downtime period does not prevent artistic companies from planning activities for next month in the capital city of Carnival, and there will be many concert-masquerades in Venice in March 2020:

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  2. Three districts to see in Rome: Coppedè, Trastevere, Monti
    28
    Jan

    Three districts to see in Rome: Coppedè, Trastevere, Monti

    If you want to go beyond the main monuments in the historical city centre of Rome, and avoid the crowds of tourists, there are some gems embedded in the heart of Rome that are worth a visit. Let’s discover together three districts that must be seen in Rome: Coppedè, Trastevere, and Monti.

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  3. Find out about the history of the Palau de la Música
    23
    Jan

    Find out about the history of the Palau de la Música

    Right at the beginning of the XX century, when the new century ushered in the desire for novelty, progress and modernity, the Orfeó Català choir of Catalan music decided to build their headquarters in Barcelona. They assigned the task to the architect Lluìs Domènech i Montaner, asking him to build a home for Catalan choral music. It was no coincidence that the first brick was laid on the day of the Catalan patron saint, Sant Jordi, in 1905. Let’s have a look at the history of the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona.

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  4. What to see in Paris in 48h - Visit Paris over a weekend
    09
    Jan

    What to see in Paris in 48h - Visit Paris over a weekend

    Paris attracts up to forty million tourists per year. It is the favourite destination for those who are looking for elegant architecture and top fashion districts, as well as for those who seek the bohemian atmosphere of the artists’ districts, like Montmartre. For those who only have a short weekend to keep as many memories of Paris as possible, no panic, here we recommend what to see in Paris in 48 hours.

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  5. Christmas and New Year’s Eve Concerts in European Cities
    05
    Dec

    Christmas and New Year’s Eve Concerts in European Cities

    This is the time when the best ensembles and orchestras from all over the world engage in filling the air with Christmas carols and Viennese waltzes and perform the most beautiful classical music pieces. Let’s find out where we can attend the most exciting Christmas and New Year’s Eve Concerts in the European capital cities and art cities.

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  6. Christmas and New Year’s Eve Concerts in Paris
    28
    Nov

    Christmas and New Year’s Eve Concerts in Paris

    Christmas is a magic moment. Right at the time when the year is ending and the cold winter hits the cities, Christmas celebrations arrive to warm our hearts, to give us a reason to hug each other, gather around the fireplace when we are at home and join the beautiful events in the sacred or historical places, with their merry atmosphere. Their festive decorations welcome us in the best possible way and make us feel close to each other.

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  7. Autumn in Florence, Opera and Dinner at the Palace
    14
    Nov

    Autumn in Florence, Opera and Dinner at the Palace

    We are ready for the last two November dates in Florence with La Traviata. The opera will be performed at Pugliese Palace, a wonderful example of XV century architecture in Florence. The guests who attend the show on November 23rd and 30th 2019 at 8:30 pm will have the opportunity to visit the halls of Pugliese Palace before the concert, and admire the splendid frescoes covering them, with the help of a guide.

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  8. Autumn in Paris, Concerts, Opera and Exhibitions
    07
    Nov

    Autumn in Paris, Concerts, Opera and Exhibitions

    This Autumn in Paris gifts us beautiful concerts of Verdi, Mozart and Haydn on two unmissable dates in the month of November. Here are our recommendations for what to do in Paris in November 2019.

    The first event is at La Madeleine church, a wonderful temple inspired by the classical age. The imposing Corinthian columns of the temple introduce the visitor to a splendid venue where the concert of Verdi’s Requiem will take place on November 23, 2019. The Hélios Orchestra and Tempestuoso Choir will be conducted by Jean Charles Dunard for this great classical music event. Tickets for the concerts at La Madeleine in Paris are available at the following link.

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  9. Commemoration concert in Paris for the death of Chopin
    30
    Oct

    Commemoration concert in Paris for the death of Chopin

    La Madeleine Church in Paris is hosting this year - one hundred and fifty years after the death of Fryderyk Chopin - a commemoration concert on October 30th, 2019. The second homeland of the renowned composer, who indeed acquired French nationality, cannot but remember his genius. He was called “poet of the piano” and earned immortal fame of great composer of Romanticism.

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  10. Autumn in Rome 2019 – Days of Art and Opera
    24
    Oct

    Autumn in Rome 2019 – Days of Art and Opera

    The marvellous Opera on Ice opened the 2019 Autumn Season in Rome. The unique show left the audience breathless on October 4th and 5th 2019. World famous ice skaters performed figures and pirouettes on the most famous opera arias, sliding on a 800-square-metre ice ring. Among them, the winner of four Olimpic medals Evgeni Plushenko and the Italian ice dancing stars Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte.

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