After last year's success of the Beethoven Festival
, here is a new festival dedicated to a great author of classical music. From July 18th to 23rd, a feast for all the people of Turin and tourists who can attend six great free concerts in Piazza San Carlo, performed by three orchestras with conductors and performers of international fame.
TEATRO A CORTE
From 17th July to 3rd August, a range of 26 shows selected from among the best of European innovation – the playbill shows the names of nine different countries: Belgium, Finland, France, Iceland, Italy, UK, Norway, Spain, Sweden - and an international showcase of Nordic countries, in particular offering a panorama of Finnish live performing arts and a painting exhibition of an important artist from that country.
TRAFFIC TORINO FREE FESTIVAL 2014 - YESTERDAY / TODAY
After last year’s interlude at the Cantieri OGR, the stage of Traffic returns to its most prestigious venue, Piazza San Carlo, from July 24th to 27th. This eleventh edition presents Yesterday/Today
, a focus that highlights the trend to re-evaluate the roots of individual music genres.
OLTRE I LIMITI
Third edition of the project, carried out by the Fondazione per la cultura Torino
(Turin Foundation for Culture) in collaboration with the AIPS Association, which this year also includes a series of meetings with personalities from the world of culture, sport, art, science and television, in order to stimulate discussions and suggestions on various aspects related to research and overcoming limits. July 3th to 29th at the Borgo medievale.
PERCORSI_N. 1 ITALIANS AS SHOWN ON TV: FROM LASCIA O RADDOPPIA TO CAROSELLO
Rivoli Castle has set aside a hall for the Museum of Advertising and has opened it to the public. The museum features a series of Percorsi
(Itineraries), the first of which will take place from 1st July - 16th November, devoted to examining the contemporary languages that have influenced (and continue to influence) the appearance and development of social and cultural processes, particularly visual arts trends.