All the events of the summer at Giardino dell'Orticoltura in Florence
Live music, dance and free workshops. The complete program from July 5 to 8
The Giardino dell'ArteCultura offers again this year a rich program of events for all tastes and all ages, accompanied by the ever-present Caffetteria del Giardino, open from morning to night, with pizza, piadine and organic drinks, extracts and centrifuges.
The programming including live music, dance and free workshops starts Monday, July 5 from 20 to 21 with a free course of folk dances for children and adults. A fun and exciting journey through pizzica, tarantella and tammurriata to discover rhythms and rituals, sounds and traditions, and the expressive potential of the body in the creative path from movement to dance.
Tuesday, July 6 there are several free workshops for children aged 4 to 6 years and at 21 appointment with Euro 2020 to cheer all together the National Team in the first semifinal starring Italy vs Spain.
Thursday, July 8 from 18:30 back the appointment with ArtGarden, 7th edition of the festival that aims to share creative processes and create a space for interaction between the public and various artistic disciplines: live painting, visual art, portraiture, music performance, dance and theater but also thematic workshops and laboratories.
Appointment Friday, July 6 with a concert by the Masterplan Quartet including jazz, fusion and funky songs from Pat Metheny to John Scofield, from Herbie Hancock to Miles Davis. On Saturday 10th July the collector and Dj Mimmy will be at the console for a vinyl journey to rediscover black sounds, including funk, afro beat, r'n'b and hip hop.
And again Tuesday, July 13 Vintage Sound in concert in "Musically woman", a journey into the wonderful world of Italian music of the '60s, '70s, '80s. On Saturday, July 17, the Last Minute Dirty Band will present an elegant and engaging show inspired by rock'n'roll, rhythm & blues and pop of the 50s and 60s.
To close Sunday, July 18, Pilar Almalè, violist of international caliber, will immerse you in a journey between the Spain of 1600 and Latin America, offering a repertoire of Arabic music, Sephardic and the New Continent.