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March 5, 2020

The situation of Florentine theatres until April 3

Teatro della Pergola, Teatro Verdi and Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

In compliance with the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers of March 4, 2020, here is what will change in the major theaters of Florence:
"Unfortunately, I am forced to announce the closure of the Teatro della Pergola until the end of the Prime Minister's decree". This was said by the Councillor for Culture of the City of Florence Tommaso Sacchi "There are too many common rooms to guarantee the interpersonal distance of at least one meter".

Three shows are cancelled at the Teatro del Maggio Fiorentino on the respect "of the interpersonal safety distance of at least one meter". In particular canceled "the performance of Traviata on March 5, the symphonic concert conducted by maestro Daniele Gatti on Saturday 7, the performance of the Elixir of love for children on Sunday, March 8. We will provide, in update, any other necessary information and news".
The ORT Foundation is closing the Teatro Verdi until next April 3. This decision affects all performances scheduled from 5 March to 3 April and listed below: 

The scheduled dates KODO on Saturday 7 March and OPEN on Sunday 22 March are cancelled and the ticket purchased from 10 March at the presale that issued it will be refunded. The following shows, instead, will be postponed to a date that will be announced as soon as possible: Angelo Pintus, Massimo Lopez and Tullio Solenghi Show,
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