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October 8, 2018

This week in Florence (8/14 October)

Florence and Tuscany in all its splendor. You really do not know what to do in the next days? Take a look here!

Monday 8 at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Theater, at 8pm, there will be a concert by the Italian Youth Orchestra conducted by the internationally renowned cellist and composer Giovanni Sollima.

Tuesday 9 is 1924 the novel Miss Else, focused on the tumultuous beating of thoughts that clash and collide in the mind of Else, teenager 'altera' on which a family catastrophe looms. The show, which debuted last year at the Teatro Anatomico dell'Antico Spedale del Ceppo, returns to an equally evocative location: the Hall of Skeletons of the Museo della Specola (until October 21st).

Wednesday 10 the Primo Conti exhibition opens today at the Primo Conti di Fiesole Foundation: the years of futurism, one of the exhibitions celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the death of this great Florentine artist (until January 13th).

Thursday 11 for three days at the Teatro Niccolini, Nudità, with Mimmo Cuticchio and Virgilio Sieni, who on the stage establish forms of relationship between body and baby, listening and tactility. At the start then the season of the Teatro di Cestello with Le keeps all of him, the young and talented Marco Giavatto. While for those who prefer cinema, one of the most talked about films of the Venice Film Festival goes out: A Star is Born, by and with Bradley Cooper, together with an amazing Lady Gaga. Moving to Pisa, today opens one of the most anticipated exhibitions this fall: From Magritte to Duchamp. 1929: the Great Surrealism from the Center Pompidou, at Palazzo Blu until 17 February.

Friday 12 the States at Puccini with Broadway Shots musical choir, on October 12th and 13th.

Saturday 13 the weekend in this period has the taste of chestnut. Click here to know all the most beautiful festivals in Tuscany. But not only that, the Impruneta returns a thousand-year festival: the Feast of San Luca, every day until the next weekend. Exhibitions, fun fair, laboratories ... the cattle market arrives on Tuesday, October 16, not to be missed the peposo laboratory on October 17th organized by Slow Food, while the patron's day is scheduled a fashion show in Buondelmonti square and traditional fireworks artifice.

Sunday 14 last day to visit Gong, the exhibition at Forte Belvedere with the works of Eliseo Mattiacci, while still in full: The Cleaner, the great retrospective at Palazzo Strozzi dedicated to Marina Abramović (until January 20), Fanfare and Silence. Journey into the painting of Primo Conti at Villa Bardini (until 13 January) and Solo - Piero Manzoni at the Museo Novecento (until 13 December).


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