February is about to end with its hote dates (check them here), but even in March whether it’s discovering the events celebrating music or visiting an exhibition, Where® brings you this month’s unmissable dates.
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1. Goshka Macuga. To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll

The exhibition brings together reflections on seminal issues such as time, beginnings and endings, collapse and renewal. Observing humanity’s concern with the conclusion of mankind, Macuga poses a fundamental question: how important is it to address the question of “the end” in the context of contemporary art practice?

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2. Cats, the Musical

The legendary musical and one of the longest running shows in the West End and on Broadway which has beaten every box office record in terms of audiences and ticket sales, returns to Italy in its original English language version.

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3. Symbolist art at Palazzo Reale

150 works divided into 18 thematic sections, explore the dreamlike atmospheres of Symbolism depicted by European artists such as Fernand Khnopff, Klinger, Odillon Redon and Alfred Kubin and interpretations of love by Giovanni Segantini.

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4. Fazil Say and Serenad Bagcan for Aperitivo in Concerto

The last concert of the Aperitivo in Concerto programme hosts classical pianist Fazil Say, featuring great performances inspired by jazz, folk and Turkish music, with a ultra-modern flavour.

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5. Comics, games and films at Rho Fieramilano

Three action-packed days and 300 stands featuring hundreds of events, special guests, exhibitions, cosplay fashion shows and tournaments all about the comics world.

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6. Authentic Beauty

An exhibition of black and white female portraits shot by famous star system photographer Pietro Pascuttini. Timeless portraits on display include the faces of italian artists Virna Lisi, Gina Lollobrigida, Mina and Patty Pravo.

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7. Easter concerts: LaVerdi play St. John Passion by J. S. Bach

conductor Jais Ruben
Three are the appointments for you to hear Bach’s music for a unique staging of Johannespassion, a performance by the Ensemble laBarocca and the Vocal Ensemble, conducted by Maestro Ruben Jais and Choir Master Gianluca Capuano. The final concert is scheduled to happen at the Duomo.

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8. Mahler at the Scala Theatre

Two not-to-be-missed events are scheduled at the spectacular Scala Opera House. The Theatre will feature on 7 March a performance of Schonberg’s, Strauss’ and Wagner’s music conducted by Daniele Gatti, while on 14 March Budapest Festival Orchesta, conducted by Ivan Fischer will perform Mahler’s Third Symphony.

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9. Dance and acrobatics by champions of Romanian Gymnastics Federeation

The Italian tour of the dance spectacular Aeros, an explosive fusion of gymnastics and modern dance, debuts at Teatro degli Arcimboldi. The performers experience flight for most of the show, defying gravity again and again in sketches of incredible physical virtuosity and prowess.

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10. ‘Eden’: a terrestrial paradise and the future

In her works displayed at the ‘Eden’ exhibition, Milanese artist Barbara Nahmad describes some moments of the daily life of a new world that is just beginning to emerge. A terrestrial paradise that though marking new beginnings nevertheless already contains a vision of the future, the foundations of civilization.

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