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September 14, 2015

This week in Florence (14/20 September)

Sad for the end of summer? The program of this week it will pull up the morale!

Monday 14: The XXXV exciting concert season the Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina, leads A Midsummer Night's Dream by Mendelssohn at the Museum of Orsanmichele. It will also run the Violin Concerto, Op 64, interpreter Yehezkel Yerushalmi of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, director Giovan Battista Varoli

Tuesday 15: continue the great concerts Tuscan summer 2015, this time on the stage of the Hippodrome The Mulina, a rock icon, David Gilmour, guitarist and singer of the historic British group Pink Floyd. For theater lovers, do not miss, in the Cloister of the Geometries (Church Santa Verdiana), Homo Ridens, an interesting and inspiring performance of the Teatro Sotterraneo, on stage also Wednesday 16.

Wednesday 16: Inauguration of the exhibition The prince of dreams. Giuseppe tapestries Medici Pontormo, after the extraordinary success at the Quirinale Palace of Milano, at the Palazzo Vecchio, on display until 15 February. More music with the  Music Wednesday at the Auditorium CRF: F. Fornarsaro organ and the soprano MG Pellegrini.

Thursday 17: Florence and fashion, a perfect match! Back in the town center a truly exceptional event, the Vogue Fashion Night Out: events, shops open until 23:00 and special guests (for saperene more here). Feast for the palate with Bio Colour, in the beautiful Piazzale Michelangelo until Sunday 20: culinary excellence biological served from 10:00 to 23:00.

Friday 18: opens the Market French Belle Epoque. One way to relive and enjoy the magical atmosphere of Paris in the late '800 in the heart of the city of Florence. From 18 to 27 September every day from 9.00 to 23.00 in Piazza Santissima Annunziata.
For the evening in Prato, in the space of the Ex-Ippodromo: on the stage of the Urban Ecofestival, Morgan and Megahertz (free admission).

Saturday 19: Three grand openings: The world that was not there. The pre-Columbian art in the collection Ligabue, at the National Archaeological Museum until March 6. And yet, Betty Woodman and Fredrik Vaerslev Inner Beauty, at the Marino Marini Museum until 28 November. Not only that, it also opens the new Apple Store at the Republic Square, go have a look! If you pice decorate the house with original ideas, take a cue to Source Self-Made Design at the Villa Strozzi, an international exhibition of self-produced design. In the evening you feel like good music? Riccardo Tesi for you with Bella ciao to Flog.

Sunday 20: Florence queen of music of all kinds: Auditorium Santo Stefano al Ponte Vecchio back the enchanting Classical Orchestra of Tuscany.


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