The 74th candle burned in San Remo…

Sanremo 2024 is very close. This year, Italy’s most beloved singing event will take place at the Ariston Theater in Sanremo from 6 to February 10 2024. So, let’s start with the history of the Sanremo Festival…

The calendars showed January 29, 1951, when the first candle was lit in San Remo. Quietly, a little timidly, but hopefully, a flower was born.

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Theater reborn from its ashes: La Fenice

The fate of the Gran Teatro La Fenice, one of the jewel buildings of Venice, is similar to the mythical Phoenix bird, from which it takes its name. On 13December 1836 a fire destroyed the teatro la fenice in Venice, which was rebuilt on the model of the original built in 1790. The theater suffered another fire in 1996. La Fenice theatre was destroyed by arson on 29 January 1996. The theater was then rebuilt…

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Immortal temple of music: Teatro alla Scala

City Lights – Ramona Andrei

It was born from the ashes of the Teatro Regio of Villa Reale, destroyed by fire on 23 February 1776. On 3 August 1778 the Teatro alla Scala was inaugurated in Milan. And still today, after 245 years, the whole world envies us.

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Rome’s annual Shakespeare festival

Rome’s annual Shakespeare festival returns to Villa Borghese this summer. Open-air performances will be held at the Globe Arena from 13 July to 24 September, including a range of Italian-language productions of Shakespearean favourites.

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World Theater Day

Like all branches of art, theatre is a type of communication that is done from person to person without any intermediary. If this communication is established in a perfect language, neither enmity, war nor years can come between them… The love between them continues as the world turns…

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