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March 23, 2015

This week in Florence (March 23/29)

Exhibitions, concerts and shows. Welcome in the spring of entertainment!

Monday 23, Tuesday 24 even with replication, off to the music of Fiorella Mannoia, around the peninsula with its exciting theatrical tour, the Verdi in Florence. Continue until Sunday 29, the events of the Korea Film Festival, on the screens of the Odeon Cinema and Film Stensen.

Tuesday 24 at the Teatro della Pergola comes the talent of one of the new faces of Italian cinema more appreciated, we speak of Francis Gifuni and his show created and performed: "Engineer Gadda goes to war", read our interview here. Even the theater, this time in Rifredi, with "The Canterville Ghost - according to Mrs. Umney". Obihall music, with live Bobo Rondelli, celebrating the release of his new album "As the carnivals."

Wednesday 25 you want to recommend an exhibition just opened at the Museum of the Bargello, within the rich program of A Year in Art. It is "The Middle Ages in the journey." In the evening at the Nelson Mandela Forum comes the uniqueness of Francesco de Gregori.

Thursday, 26 why not regarlarci a small break in the most beautiful gardens in Florence? Read here and trust us ... In the evening the Opera Florence comes the piano and E.Kissin Obihall Leonardo Pieraccioni with the show "My Jesus'."

Friday 27 we take you on a journey back in time, to the beauty of the old Florentia. In the evening, on stage Obihall, the legendary sound engineer for Pink Floyd, Alan Parson, with his musical project Alan Parson Project. Let's move for a moment from Florence to suggest: Brunori Sas Politeama Prato, Ligabue in Livorno (also Saturday 28) and the Macbeth directed by Dario Argento to Verdi in Pisa.

Saturday 28 lovers of the 80s this you will not need to miss: the Nelson Mandela Forum arrive Spandau Ballet, while at the Palazzo Pitti inaugurated the tactile path for the blind called "Florence 1865: Birth of a capital".

Sunday 29 at last we bring you to the sea! And when you return, do not miss the Chamber Orchestra Fiorentina at the Museum of Orsanmichele.


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