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Appointments Easter 2021

Sofia Doni

March 31, 2021

Easter appointments of 2021 in Florence and Tuscany

Easter 2021: music, tradition and spirituality throughout Tuscany

Easter means rebirth, celebration, union and there are many streaming events not to be missed in Florence and Tuscany!

The bursting of the Florentine wagon

The first of these is the Explosion of the Cart. Well yes, this year Florence (after the first lockdown) will resume an ancient tradition through a live streaming and a television. To discover the history and the secrets behind this ancient ritual, click here!

The Easter 2021 concert with Daniele Rustioni

Absolutely not to be missed is the Easter Concert at the Cenacolo di Santa Croce in Florence. The ORT will be in concert on Thursday, April 1 at 9 p.m. with "The Seven Last Words of Our Redeemer on the Cross" by F. J. Haydn. Conducting the orchestra will be Daniele Rustioni. To participate, simply connect to the live broadcast on Youtube or via Facebook.

Another unmissable musical event is "Quadanguale", organized by the Municipality of Monteriggioni in collaboration with the Fondazione Toscana Spettacolo. This will be broadcast in streaming on April 3 at 21 on the Youtube channel Monteriggioni Culture. The filming was done in the fascinating church of Colle Ciupi, under the monumental frescoes of the school of Duccio di Boninsegna. For further information write to

There will also be a blessing of eggs, in fact the Tuscan bishops have designed prayer aids to be given to families. Click here to learn more.

Siena Cathedral will see liturgical celebrations open to the public

In addition, there will be all the celebrations of Holy Week both through live streaming easily accessible (to follow all the activities of the Archdiocese of Siena, Colle Val D'Elsa and Montalcino, just connect from Facebook or from this link) and through the activities in presence. In fact, structures such as the Duomo of Siena and the Duomo of Florence will hold liturgical celebrations open to the public. The only difference is the anticipation of the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. To access the calendar of the Duomo of Siena click here, while for the one of the Duomo of Florence click here.

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