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September 21, 2015

This week in Florence (21/27 September)

A week to remember. Discover the large openings of this seven days not to be missed!

Monday 21 renews our appointment with the Orchestra of Tuscany, Classical Auditorium Santo Stefano al Ponte Vecchio. Direction Marine Museum Mariniper the exhibition by Betty Woodman, the American artist who has reinvented the concept of ceramic imaginatively, until November 28!

Tuesday 22 show: the music of Steve Hackett Obihall and Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti Opera of Florence. And then, for a pizza in midweek that there is always good, remember to watch our Best Of!

Mercoeldì 23 Play It! The festival dedicated to the music of today and tomorrow across the finish line of the fourth edition, which this year will take place until September 26, at the Teatro Verdi in Florence. To open the dance, the young maestro Daniele Rustioni.

Thursday 24 great appointment with the art, Palazzo Strozzi opens up the exhibition "Beauty Divine, between Van Gogh, Chagall and Fountain", until January 24. Still art, this time to Praetorian Palace of Prato, with the new "Synchronicity, Contemporary, Lippi to Warhol".

Friday 25 games with us on a journey to Florence made especially for this season. Click here! And then two large openings: the first in Florence, the Music Festival of Peoples Auditorium Flog, the second to the Limonaia in Sesto with the new edition of Itercity Festival.

Saturday, 26 ladies and gentlemen opens great new International Biennial of Antiques in Florence, with a great host who will exhibit their works: Jeff Koons. Click here to find out more. In the evening: the teacher J. Valcuha Opera Florence, Ginevra di Marco and the Flog, at the Museo Pecci, the opening night of the Contemporary Festival with contemporary dance Virgil Sieni and many others.

Sunday 27 racing has never been so beautiful with RUN THE LIFE! In the path 9 goals and 4 new cultural museums open free of charge to discover Florence and contribute to the fight against breast cancer! Discover all here


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