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  1. Dancing with Leonora, Reinassance Dance in Florence
    19
    Dec

    Dancing with Leonora, Reinassance Dance in Florence

    A very special event is taking place on December 21st, 2019 in Florence, at 3:00 pm.

    St. Mark’s English Church is hosting a wonderful show to remember the last great feast held in the Medici Palace in 1539, when the sumptuous wedding of Cosimo I de’ Medici with Leonora de Toledo was celebrated.

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  2. 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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  3. A new opera season starts at the greatest Italian theatres
    17
    Oct

    A new opera season starts at the greatest Italian theatres

    A very special year is starting at the greatest Italian theatres, and the agenda is full of grand classical music concerts and world premieres. There are going to be unmissable dates all around Italy. Firstly, the Scala Opera House in Milan will have its premiere on December 7, as tradition requires, to celebrate the day of Saint Ambrose. This year the first performance is going to be Tosca, presented by the conductor Riccardo Chailly in his cycle of Puccini operas.

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  4. First opera direction for Sonia Bergamasco
    06
    Jun

    First opera direction for Sonia Bergamasco

    Sonia Bergamasco is going to direct an opera for the first time, to bring Mozart’s masterpiece ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ to the stage of the Maggio Musicale in Florence. The premiere is on June 15, 2019, then the show will run on June 17, 19 and 21. The direction team will be composed of two women, since, apart from Sonia as director, the conductor is going to be a woman too – Kristiina Poska – opening a Mozart trilogy viewed through the eyes of women.

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