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In Villa con gli Artigiani

Sabato 26 e domenica 27 settembre un fine settimana all'insegna dello shopping di qualità con espositori toscani e non: bijoux e gioielli, abbigliamento e accessori, profumi e cosmesi, raffinate decorazioni per la casa, complementi d'arredo e prodotti enogastronomici di alta qualità. Eventi collaterali accompagnano la manifestazione: al primo piano della villa le opere del ceramista sestese Stefano Innocenti, che ha rivisitato la favola di Pinocchio con particolari statue in ceramica. Presente l'autore. Visite guidate alle parti storiche della villa. Nel parco una zona dedicata al benessere a cura di Massage in Chianti che propone piccole sedute di riflessologia plantare, massaggi viso e corpo e laboratori di automassaggio.

Corsi meditativi: dal semplice rilassamento al vero e proprio percorso spirituale a cura dell'Associazione ATMAN nata per diffondere la conoscenza e pratica del Raja Yoga. Attività anche per i più piccoli: laboratori ludo-didattici di riciclo creativo e di manipolazione di impasti alimentari per bambini a cura di Irene Pasticciando Insieme. Decorazione arnie e creazione di candele con cera da telaio a cura dell'Apicoltura biologica Fiordafiore. Laboratori di cesteria a cura di Giovanni Ursi. Presente come ospite l'Associazione Voa Voa! Onlus Amici di Sofia. 

La formula Ingresso Libero e le ampie zone relax presenti nella villa permettono ai visitatori di godere in tranquillità e sicurezza la manifestazione. Area food con street trucks che deliziano il palato dalla colazione al pranzo all'aperitivo.


Villa Gerini Colonnata - viale XX Settembre 259, Sesto Fiorentino (FI) - 333 2521819 o 329 8056528- ingresso libero –ore 10.30-19.30 - strana.mente@live.it

March Events in Florence

Tomás Saraceno Exhibit at Palazzo Strozzi
by Kelsey Campbell
Contemporary Argentinian artist, Tomás Saraceno, is bringing his immersive art exhibit to Florence soon. From February 22nd until July 19th, his work will be available to the public at Palazzo Strozzi, in Florence. You can visit the exhibit between 10am to 8pm every day, and from 10am to 11pm on Thursdays. His art mirrors spider webs and dust particles as he attempts to display a connection with unearthly substances. Saraceno suggests a deep, metaphorical link exists between man and the universe – a new harmony.

Florentine New Year: Feast of the Annunciation
by Victoria De Angelis
Florence celebrates the arrival of Spring with a parade from Palazzo Vecchio to Piazza Santissima Annunziata. Catholic tradition stated that the new year was to start on March 25th, the day the Virgin Mary was told she would give birth to the son of God. Today, the beginning of spring remains significant as evidenced by the Feast of the Annunciation, a traditional festival. Pay a visit to the towering arches of the Santissima Annunziata Church, which intricately detail the Virgin Mary on the momentous occasion. Or, head to Piazza Santissima Annunziata to taste brigidini at the market, along with other handmade goods. Welcome Spring by taking part in this uniquely Florentine event!

Seasonal Products from the Tuscan Countryside
by Tara Ware
The Campagna Amica Foundation holds a market every Saturday morning at the Piazzale delle Cascine, from 8am to 12am. The Campagna Amica Foundation was created in 2008 to promote locally-sourced products within the Tuscany. Featuring fresh local ingredients, the food at this market exceeds all expectations. Every season, all 30 stands that line the market provide fresh, good-quality food.

AperiArt at Ganzo: Serena Sarti Exhibit
by Maggie Narvil
There are few things more enjoyable than food, wine and art. At Ganzo, the FUA-AUF school restaurant, you can enjoy all three at once! Alongside the decadent buffet and wine selections is an interactive art gallery space, open to the public. The Serena Sarti exhibit will open on Wednesday, March 5th at 6pm. The Florentine artist is known for her photographic work, video/musical performances, and set and costume designs. Old and new works will be on display. An occasion to give art-goers and food lovers a proper taste of Florence.



Festival, Music, Theatre

Maggio Musicale
Piazza Vittorio Gui, 1 - 055 2001278 - ticket office hours: Tue-Fri 10am-1pm / 3pm-6pm, Sat 10am-1pm - at 8pm, Sat and Sun at 3.30pm - www.maggiofiorentino.com
Sat 3 Edita Gruberova and Peter Valentinovic in music by Strauss, Dvorak, Rachmaninov, Donizetti, Bellini.
Sun 4 Verdi's Nabucco, with Placido Domingo, conducted by Paolo Carignani.
Wed 6 in Palazzo Vecchio at 5.30pm, Zubin Metha conducts in music by Haydn.
Sun 11 Eliahu Inbal, conducts in music by Mahler, Bruckner, Sostakovic and Bruckner.
Thu 15 Adam Fischer, conducts in music by Mozart and Haydn.
Thu 22 Beethoven Cycle, conducted by Zubin Metha.
Fri 23 Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia, with Visilisa Berzhanskaya conducting Michele Gamba.
Sat 24 in Teatro Goldoni at 6pm, Veronica Simeoni recital.
Wed 28 Zubin Metha, conducts in music by Beethoven, Schubert and Scönberg.
Sat 31 Zubin Metha in music by Beethoven.

Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina
Auditorium Santo Stefano al Ponte, piazza Santo Stefano al Ponte 3; Orsanmichele Museum - via dell’Arte della Lana - 339 1632869 - at 9 pm - 10 euros - presales in the Boxoffice and Ticketone circuits - www.orchestrafiorentina.it
Sat 17 Ramin Bahrami, piano soloist performing the BWV 1052 concert, conducting the Mario Ruffini orchestra.
Sun 18 Giulia Schifani on flute and the string trio in music by Dvorak, Mozart and Van Delden.
Mon 19 Trio Claudia Gori piano, Daniele Scala clarinet and Leonardo Bartali viola, in music by Schumann.
Wed 21 Massimiliano Damerini and Mattia Fusi on the piano with Angela Camerini and Stefano Margheri on the flute in music by Bach.
Sat 24 Mario Ruffini conducts the Orchestra in music by Bach.
Mon 26 at Orsanmiche, Caterina Bevacqua: music by Handel, Mozart, Vivaldi, Beethoven.

Orchestra della Toscana
Verdi Theater - Via Ghibellina, 99 - 055 0681726 - 9pm - Tickets from 15 to 17 euro - www.orchestradellatoscana.it
Wed 7, Thu 8 Nuno Corte-Real conducts music by Mozart, Pessoa, Mendelssohn and his works.
Wed 21, Thu 22 Michele Campanella in music by Mozart and Beethoven.
Thu 29, Fri 30 Jin Ju piano, Daniele Provenzani cello, Daniele Giorgi, conducts John Axelrod in music by Beethoven and Dvorak.

Florence Guitar Festival
Sala Vanni - Piazza del Carmine - info 055 3860572; info @ florenceguitarfestival - concerts 9 pm - 13 euro; 50 euro subscription (reductions for CSMA members and children under 14) - www.florenceguitarfestival.it - FB: @florenceguitarfestival
Fri 9, Sat 10, Sun 11, Second edition of the International Florence Guitar Festival Competition, international online competition for soloists up to 12 years old, soloists from 13 to 18 years old, without age limits, ensemble with guitar without age limits . Even if in a different formula there are concerts.

Teatro Verdi of Pisa
Pisa - Via del Palestro, 40 - 050 941111 - 9 pm - Advance ticket sales from Tue 6, by telephone and Vivaticket circuit - www.teatrodipisa.pi.it
Sun 18 Opening Concert of the 54th Season of the Normal Concerts.

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