Festival, Music, Theatre

September events in Florence and Tuscany.

Estate Fiesolana
Roman Theater of Fiesole - Via Portigiani, 1 - shows 9.15pm - info & subscriptions: 055 667566 - info@prgfirenze.it - www.estatefiesolana.it
Mon 7 59-day lockdown. 59 pages of a diary that tell the compulsory isolation of an actor-author. Panic but pink (from the diary of a non intubable), the journey into the mind of Alessandro Benvenuti (20 euros).
Mar 8 Francesca Michielin in an original set and unpublished arrangements: electro-pop atmospheres and melodic structures with an orchestral flavor, urban rock (23 euros).
Wed 9 theatrical version of the novel La Luna e i Falò di Pavese with Andrea Bosca (16.10 euros).
Thu 10 Alessandro Riccio and the Orchestra of Tuscany: The Green Years tell a story of Giuseppe Verdi, now over eighty ... (13.80 euros).
Sat 12 Colapesce and Dimartino. Two of the best songwriters of the new generation (23 euros).
Mar 15 the strangest summer soundtrack of the century, with Boosta (Subsonica) (€ 17.25).
Fri 18 Claudio Bisio and Gigio Alberti interpret the protagonists of Federico Baccomo's book “Are you happy?” (20 euro).

31^ Florence Dance Festival
Cinema La Compagnia - via Cavour, 50r - info 055 289276 - shows at 20.30 - 15 euros (Mon 14, 10 euros) - www.florencedancefestival.org
The Festival, directed by Marga Nativo and Keith Ferrone, focuses on the dance companies of our territory, with particular attention to the emerging ones, leaving a lot of space for young talented artists, to be reborn together under the banner of the art of " beauty". > see program

Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Florence Opera Theater - Piazza Vittorio Gui - info 055 2001278 - at 8 pm - tickets from 15 to 200 euro - www.maggiofiorentino.com
11 months of play, until July 2021. 10 opera titles in season and 6 during the Festival, 12 new productions, over 40 symphonic concerts and five operas for children. Among the protagonists, Zubin Mehta honorary director for life of the Maggio, Riccardo Muti, and the exceptional presence of James Levine. Alongside the directors Marco Armiliato, Paolo Carignani, Myung-Whun Chung, James Conlon, Christoph von Dohnányi, Christoph Eschenbach, Adam Fischer, Riccardo Frizza, Daniele Gatti, Manfred Honeck, Eliahu Inbal, Ingo Metzmacher, Gianandrea Noseda, Lahav Shani.
> see program

Orchestra of Tuscany
Teatro Verdi - via Ghibellina, 99 - info and subscriptions 055 0681726 or teatro@orchestradellatoscana.it (Mon-Fri 9-13 / 15-17) - shows 9pm - www.orchestradellatoscana.it
Twenty appointments in less than three months, including confirmations and news. Popular prices, for the wealthy, even by subscription.
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Florentine Chamber Orchestra
40th season of the Florentine Chamber Orchestra conducted by Giuseppe Lanzetta with suggestive en-plein-air events in the courtyards of the Santa Croce Complex, the Bargello Museum and Palazzo Medici Riccardi as well as in Orsanmichele and Santo Stefano al Ponte.
> see program

Walking Thérapie
Info and booking 055 4220361 - from Tue to Sat 9 pm, departure from Quinoa-Zap (vicolo Santa Maria Maggiore 1 - corner with via De 'Vecchietti) - tickets 12 euros with compulsory advance sale (Ticket One) - www.toscanateatro.it
From Mar 8 to Sat 26 - The Rifredi Theater gets back on track with the show-event of the summer in the last two years, the urban psycho-walk conceived for the Avignon Festival by Nicolas Buysse, Fabrice Murgia and Fabio Zenoni, whimsical Belgian actors. The Italian edition, produced by Pupi and Fresedde-Teatro di Rifredi, is curated by Angelo Savelli.
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