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Hard marble and delicatessen as lucrative cultural food
No doubt many of us, on reading this, will remember
having read this story before!
I saw Catherine and knocked on the window … We
walked along together, along the sidewalk past the
wine shops, then across the market square and up
the street and through the archway to the cathedral
square. There were street tracks and beyond them
was the cathedral. It was white and wet in the mist.
We crossed the tram tracks. On our left were the
shops, their windows lighted, and the entrance to the
galleria. There was a fog in the square and when we
came close to the front of the cathedral it was very big
and the stone was wet. …. “They have the cathedral,”
Catherine said. We were past it now. We crossed the
far end of the square and looked back to the cathedral.
It was fine in the mist.
Did you recognise in these old time hazy descriptions
a passage from the 23rd chapter of the famous Ernest
Hemingway book “A Farewell to Arms” published in
1929? The protagonist Frederic Henry, before he returns to the front during the First World War Italian
campaigns, goes to Milan to say hello to his friends
and to meet the English nurse Catherine Barkley who
cured his wounds.
But despite the fact that Milan has been depicted in
several great books like Hemingway’s, some recent
tourism statistics have revealed that just a few people
nowadays really know Milan and particularly the astonishing beauties of its Duomo.
That’s why in New York recently (2014) a public charity
was set up as a non-profit association called International Patrons of Duomo di Milano, with an AmericanItalian Board of Directors presided over by Jim Carolan,
partner at Withers Bergman LLP, NY City, devoted to
the acquisition, development, leasing, financing, disposition and regulatory needs of real estate investors,
including foreign and domestic investors, art galleries,
fashion brands, and charities and their endowments.
Mr. Carolan is supported by three tough people: Gianni
Baratta, general manager of the so called Fabbrica
del Duomo, which in 1389 started the construction
of the cathedral and still continues its maintenance;
by Simone Crolla, ‎managing director of the American
Chamber of Commerce in Italy; and the efficient chief
development officer, Alessandra Pellegrini, president of
the Arts Council, specialized in marketing strategies
and fund raising.
They aim to raise public awareness throughout the
world of the inestimable historical value of this magnificent “Mountain of Marble” whose maintenance actually needs a “Mountain of Euros”, precisely 13.5 million.
The sum reached up to now by the Fabbrica del Duomo
is more or less half of the substantial total required to
support not only the conservation, protection, restoration and valorization of this unique marble monument, but also its Archives-Library which dates back
to 1386, its Museum, and the Cathedral Choir, the oldest cultural Milanese institution, created in 1402 by
the famous composer Franchino Gaffurio, who was the
Schola Cantorum and the Treble Choir master.
Thus the International Patrons decided to start collecting any donation to reach the goal of 100.000 Euros,
which is the minimum offer requested by the Duomo
fundraising to “adopt a spire” by having the sponsor’s
name impressed in the marble.
(http://www.duomopatrons.org/en/)
Quite incredibly the New Yorkers are succeeding
in their aim thanks to a partner who truly wants to
raise global awareness of another exclusive, dedicated Italian best: high quality food and wine, selected
among the finest of our regional products.
To achieve both results, Eataly NY, the vibrant Italian
brand marketplace in New York -featuring an array of
cafes, counters, restaurants, and a cooking schooldecided to host the exhibition “Eataly per Duomo” in
2014.
Working together with the International Patrons and
the Duomo’s managers, they brought, right to their
location at 200 5th Avenue, a scale model of the golden
Virgin together with some original treasures such as
the statue of Saint Lucia, one spire, four gargoyles and
a collection of pinnacles, even showing the delicate
transport from the Duomo Terrace to the Big Apple
center in a breathtaking loop documentary.
The Italo-Americans, and not only, flock to see those
hand carved marble art works, dating back several
centuries, and willingly offer their money.
In brief both goals were achieved!
Eataly this year will open a series of its brand new venues around the world, and the Milanese institution has
added quite a lot of money to its account.
On Friday 17th June, inside the great building Eataly
Smeraldo in Milan, Oscar Farinetti, the owner of the
International Eataly food chain, received a pink marble plate with Eataly carved in black, in return for an
official donation of 100.000 Euros to adopt the Saint
Agricola spire, which stands out on the façade top at
the right.
This unique symbol of the International Gothic style
The statue of Saint Agricola
seems to have great opportunities to continue its
“Never ending Story”. To see some beautiful images on
the 11th July a poetical documentary will be projected
in the Duomo, “The Infinite Fabbrica del Duomo”. See
Highlights next page.
If anyone happens to be interested in carving their
name in History, a map of the Duomo Terrace shows
the spires waiting for adoption in blue, and those already adopted in grey. http://adottaunaguglia.duomomilano.it/en/spire/.
The actual list of the 11donators at http://adottaunaguglia.duomomilano.it/en/greatdonor-list/
Please note that opening times and fees could be changed without notice
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What’s On
July 2016
July highlights
Music Festival
See www.ticketone.it for details.
From 9th June to 29th July. “Street Music Art”
great music and street art events by the biggest
international names. See http://www.mediolanumforum.it. A huge new establishment with up
to 7300 seats, large parking area, eateries and
bars. Assago Summer Arena, Via Di Vittorio 6.
Assago (MI) • M2 Assago Forum (buy a “MilanAssagoForum round-trip ticket”)
New Dancing
Open each Friday and Saturday from 23.00
to 04.00. “The Papaya Idroscalo Milano” is a new
outdoor disco. With three different dance floors,
street food corner and bar with cocktails, beer,
soft drinks and much more! www.papayabeachclub.it Admission free. Papayabeachclub, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo Est, Idroscalo ingresso
n*5, Segrate (Milano)
Junior Bike-Mi
A Bike Sharing for children, where it is possible
to hire a bike for adults and up to three bikes for
children aged 6 to 10, iis now available, with 11
stations distributed in 5 parks around the city:
Parco Sempione, Montanelli Gardens, Parco delle
Basiliche, Parco Don Giussani ex Solari, and Parco Ravizza.
Buxtehude festival
From 29th July to 5th August. The Opera Omnia
by Dieterich Buxtehude; divided into 8 concerts,
performed by 9 organists, in 7 different churches
or basilicas. See What’s On for further details.
Award
Italian energy company Edison Spa partnered
with Alessandro Rosso Group, Bonsaininja, Piano
B, My Events and Havas Worldwide to make its
mark on the city of Milan with a once-in-a-lifetime
celebration of innovation and excellence. During
its six month run, Edison Open 4EXPO delivered
a remarkable programme of cultural, scientific,
educational, artistic and musical events. It also
featured an “Innovation Week” with an immersive series of events dedicated to cutting-edge
technologies. With almost 25 events per month,
Edison received more than 22,000 attendees,
26m online impressions and a reach of 8m on
social media. One judge says it was “ a sponsorship activity on a huge scale that no doubt helped
Edison gain a great deal of brand exposure”.
Call for a soloist musician
Until 15th December. The musician must have
graduated in violin, viola, cello, double bass,
flute, oboe, clarinet, fagotto, trumpet, French
horn, and harp (coupled with the flute). Further
comprehensive details in http://www.aimamusic.
it/contrarco/bando-per-solisti-con-orchestra/,
extra details in less comprehensible English.
Open Museum
Until 9th July. A 5 day campus with laboratories, games, experiments for children aged 6-10.
€ 155.00. Details and booking at www.museoscienza.org or tel. 0248555558.
Until 11th September. During the summer, all
temporary exhibitions such as the interactive
laboratories for children and adults, held every
day from 14.00 to 18.00 will be included in the
admission ticket. Further details about all activities and tickets see www.museoscienza.org.
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Via San Vittore 21 • M2
Sant’Ambrogio.
Icom International Council of Museums 2016
Form 3rd to 9th July. On occasion of this 24th
General Conference on “Museums and Cultural
Landscapes”, Milan will host more than 4,000 international professionals from over 130 countries
to discuss the theme, and start the first edition
of the “Museums Festival “ with extraordinary
evening openings of art galleries and museums,
guided tours, meetings, activities and workshops
for children and families. For further details see
http://network.icom.museum/icom-milan-2016.
MiCo, Fiera Milano Congressi, Viale Eginardo, Piazzale Carlo Magno 1 • M5 Portello
ject built around the ancient cooling tower of
the Bicocca Plant; the fifteenth century mansion called Bicocca degli Arcimboldi; the Foundation Pirelli building where its historical heritage is kept. Admission free. Booking requested
at 0264423971 or [email protected]
Fondazione Pirelli, Via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi
3 • M5 Bicocca
21.00: Live. Bruce Springsteen & The EStreet Band. See: brucespringsteenitalia.com.
On line tickets at Ticketone. Stadio Meazza
San Siro, Piazzale Angelo Moratti • M5 San
Siro Stadio
4th July 2016: Monday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.20: Film in
English with Italian subtitles. “The Man Who
Knew Infinity,” directed by M. Brow; starring:
D. Patel, J. Irons. €5/7.50. Cinema Anteo, Via
Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and buses: 11,33,
41, 43, 94
Sound & Image
During Summer Time. A long series of concerts, performed inside the Sala Puccini by the
best students at our conservatory, followed by
a film in Italian projected outdoors in the cosy
cloister. See What’s On for further details.
Industrial Architecture by Pirelli
One of the world’s greatest tyre manufacturers
since 1872, Pirelli has always supported interaction between the world of business and that
of art and culture. They have maintained an intense dialogue with architects, graphic artists
and designers, in order to interpret its own industrial spaces and to create advertising campaigns. Pirelli holds the contemporary art space
HangarBicocca (see in Exhibitions). On three
days in July, they open their Headquarters for
an architectural projects exhibition, partly in the
modern HQ1 building, constructed around the
historic cooling tower, and partly in the fifteenthcentury Bicocca degli Arcimboldi, as well as at
the Pirelli Foundation itself. See What’s On for
further details.
1st July 2016: Friday
20.00: Music festival. “Emergenza Festival Final Days” the world biggest musical contest for
emerging bands. http://www.emergenza.net/IT/
it-it/cms/1/home.aspx. Alcatraz, Via Valtellina
25 • Passante Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus
91-92
2nd July 2016: Saturday
20.00: Music festival. “Emergenza Festival Final Days” the world biggest musical contest for
emerging bands. http://www.emergenza.net/IT/
it-it/cms/1/home.aspx. Alcatraz, Via Valtellina
25 • Passante Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus
91-92
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July 2016: Sunday
09.30-18.00: Street market. Market exhibition for collectors, hobbyists, demonstrations
and amateur creative activities. Books, cartoons,
comics, collectors’ items, toys, games, records,
curiosities.... Parco Ravizza, Viale Toscana, Via
Bocconi, Viale Bach, Viale Brahms, Via Vittadini •
bus 79, filobus 90-91
10.00, 12.00, 14.30, 16.30: Industrial Architecture by Pirelli. Guided tour in Italian to
The HQ1 building, featuring in the Bicocca Pro-
20.30: Exclusive summer event. The Milan Youth Delegation of the “FAI Italian Natural
Trust” organizes “Fai Verão”, a Brazilian cocktail
party evening, with Bahia Brasileira music and
dance dj sets by La Stryxia and Dr Envy, to raise
funds for the FAI’s activities. The admission price
is €20 for memberships, €30 non members under
30; €35 non members over 30; €39 non members + annual enrolment. These prices include a
guided tour to the super art deco villa projected
by the architect Piero Portaluppi. In case of rain
the event will be held inside the covered tennis
court. Booking requested at www.faiprenotazioni.it. Villa Necchi Campiglio, Via Mozart 14 • M1
San Babila
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital by Isa Trotta,
piano; performing music by Beethoven, Chopin,
Schumann and Liszt. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Il ponte delle spie”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.30: Film in English with Italian subtitles.
“Leave Her to Heaven” directed by John M. Stahl;
starring: Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne
Crain. €5/7.50. Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 •
M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14
5th July 2016: Tuesday
15.00, 17.10, 19.20, 21.30: Film in English
with Italian subtitles. “The Man Who Knew Infinity,” directed by M. Brow; starring: D. Patel, J.
Irons. €5/7.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
17.30: Chamber music. A tribute to Benjamin Britten, performed by Ludovico Asnaghi,
oboe; Anna Cracco, violin; Simone De Pasquale, viola; Giovanni Crivelli, cello. Admission free. Museo del Novecento, Via Marconi 1•
M1/3 Duomo
10th July 2016: Sunday
Accademia Bizantina
16.00: Symphony music. The “Symphonie Fantastique” by Hector Berlioz, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted
by Claus Peter Flor; and by the Coro Sinfonico
di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina Gambarini,
choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
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What’s On
July 2016
18.30 - 23.30: Evening at a museum. On occasion of the ICOM 2016 conference, the museum
will be open for you to discover the collections,
the interactive activities, and enjoy the evening
atmosphere inside the renaissance cloisters. Admission free. Museo Nazionale della Scienza e
della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Via San Vittore 21 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio.
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by
Ilaria Ronchi, flute; Damiano Afrifa, piano; performing music by Bach and Schubert. At 21.30:
Film in Italian. “45 anni”. €6, concert only; €7,
film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio,
Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live. Bruce Springsteen & The EStreet Band. See: brucespringsteenitalia.com.
On line tickets at Ticketone. Stadio Meazza
San Siro, Piazzale Angelo Moratti • M5 San
Siro Stadio
6th July 2016: Wednesday
20.30: Sound & Image. Live jazz by Horace
Silver and Thelonious Monk; performed by Alessandro Lipari, trumpet; Rocco Traettino sax;
Filippo Rinaldo, piano; Stefano Zambon, double
bass; Andrea Bruzzone, drums. At 21.30: Film
in Italian. “Ascensore per il patibolo”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film.
Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San
Babila
7th July 2016: Thursday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
15.00, 17.10, 19.20, 21.30: Film in English
with Italian subtitles. “The Man Who Knew Infinity,” directed by M. Brow; starring: D. Patel, J.
Irons. €5/7.50. Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 •
M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14
18.00: Art exhibition. “Korean Wunderkammer,” organized by important Italian and Korean
associations, and the Korean Consulate, is a collective exhibition with 120 artists, whose national
artistic language meets western art influences.
In fact, in Korea there is an admirable collection
of private works, called Chang Gung Gyeong, Korea’s first museum founded in 1908 by Emperor
Sunjong in the Changgyeonggung Palace, a summer residence of the ancient Goryeo Dynasty o
Goryeo entirely rebuilt in 1483. Admission free.
Fondazione Luciana Matalon, Foro Buonaparte 67
• M1 Cairoli.
19.00 - 01.00: Exhibition and concert. Today
and tomorrow the “Fara Fara Music Festival” performed by Homba Petit Bokul de Viva La Musica
– versus - CB21. An unprecedented musical and
artistic experiment, inspired by Carsten Höller
the artist of the current exhibition “Doubt”. On
show one Congolese and one European group,
in a Congo versus Europe soundclash where the
public is called on to choose which group to listen
to. Free admission for all our members. €7one
evening, €12 two evenings. Hangar Bicocca, Via
Chiese 2 • M5 Istria
20.30: Symphony music. The “Symphonie
Fantastique” by Hector Berlioz, performed by
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi,
conducted by Claus Peter Flor; and by the Coro
Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina
Gambarini, choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di
Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta Genova
+ bus 59
11th July 2016: Monday
20.30: Antique chamber music. Music by Händel, performed by Accademia Bizantina ensemble, conducted by Ottavio Dantone, with Berit
Solset, soprano. €10. Church of Santa Maria della
Passione, Via Conservatorio 16 • M1 San Babila
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Heitor Villa Lobos; Jean Françaix; Erwin Schulhoff; Phil Woods;
performed by Salvatore Castellano, sax; Luigi
Palombi, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Un
americano a Parigi”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
20.30: Chamber music. A tribute to Benjamin
Britten, performed by Ludovico Asnaghi, oboe;
Anna Cracco, violin; Simone De Pasquale, viola;
Giovanni Crivelli, cello. Admission free. Church of
San Maurizio, Coro delle Monache, Corso Magenta 13 • M1/2 Cadorna
8th July 2016: Friday
19.00 - 01.00: Exhibition and concert. Today
and tomorrow the “Fara Fara Music Festival” performed by Les Anciens du Quartier Latin – versus
- Danny L Harle. An unprecedented musical and
artistic experiment, inspired by Carsten Höller
the artist of the current exhibition “Doubt”. On
show one Congolese and one European group,
in a Congo versus Europe soundclash where the
public is called on to choose which group to listen
to. Free admission for all our members. €7one
evening, €12 two evenings. Hangar Bicocca, Via
Chiese 2 • M5 Istria
Claus Peter Flor
credit Paolo Dalprato
20.00: Symphony music. The “Symphonie
Fantastique” by Hector Berlioz, performed by
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi,
conducted by Claus Peter Flor; and by the Coro
Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina
Gambarini, choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di
Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta Genova
+ bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Antique chamber music by Ildebrando Pizzetti, Alfredo Casella, Giorgio Federico Ghedini; performed by Hsiao Pei Ku,
soprano; Giuliano Guidone, piano. At 21.30: Film
in Italian. “Brooklyn”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
9th July 2016: Saturday
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by Debussy, Fauré, Bizet, Massenet, Chausson, Gounod; performed by Elisa Balbo, soprano; Kleva
Metolli, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “La corrispondenza”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8,
concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.20: Film in
English. “The Nice Guys,” directed by S. Black;
starring: R. Crowe, R. Gosling. €5/7.50. Cinema
Anteo, Via Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and
buses: 11,33, 41, 43, 94
18.00, 20.30: Antique chamber music. Vivaldi 12 Sonatas op.2, at 18.30: Sonatas 1-6; at
20.30: Sonatas 7-12; performed by La Magnifica Comunità, with Enrico Casazza, violin. €10.
Church of Santo Sepolcro, Piazza San Sepolcro
• M1 Duomo
18.00: Art Exhibition inauguration. “Painting
as Neo Avant-Garde” a collective show featuring works by Franco Angeli, Bernard Aubertin,
Pier Paolo Calzolari, Piero Dorazio, Lucio Fontana,
Mimmo Rotella, Mario Schifano, Arman, Agostino
Bonalumi, Enrico Castellani, Tano Festa, Gerhard
Richter, Paolo Scheggi, Turi Simeti. Admission
free. Galleria Jerome Zodo, Via Lambro 7• M1
Porta Venezia
20.30: Silent Documentary. Which premiered
at the 68th Locarno Film Festival , “The Infinite
Fabbrica del Duomo” is a story, a poetic homage
dedicated to the endless work of the marble workers, carpenters, masons , blacksmiths , goldsmiths
and restorers , who, every day since 1387, have
devoted their energy, commitment and technical
skills , learned from ancient knowledge handed
down from generation to generation. With some
intertitles in Italian and English. Admission free.
Duomo, Piazza Duomo • M1/3 Duomo
20.30: Sound & Image. Klezmer music; performed by World Music Orchestral Laboratory,
conducted by Alberto Serrapiglio, clarinet; with
Ruben Giuliani, violin; Daniel Ciobanu, viola; Gabriele Mamotti, cello; Margherita Carbonelli, double bass; Michele Mazzini and Riccardo Acciarino,
clarinet; Filip Mihailovic, accordion; Erika Matsunaga, mandolin; Alessandro Pogliani, trombone;
Stefania Mormone, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Perfect Day”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.30: Live jazz and retrò. The French band
“Caravan Palace”. €20. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus 73
San Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
21.30: Film in English with Italian subtitles.
“The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” directed by Joseph L.
Mankiewicz; starring: Gene Tierney, Rex Harrison, George Sanders. €5/7.50. Cinema Mexico,
Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14
12th July 2016: Tuesday
15.00 - 17.10 - 19.20 - 21.30: Film in English. “The Nice Guys,” directed by S. Black; starring: R. Crowe, R. Gosling. €5/7.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
20.30: Sound & Image. Jazz music by John
Klenner/Sam M. Lewis, Isham Jones/Marty
Symes, John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, Clifford
Brown, Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes,
Horace Silver; performed by Simona Daniele and
Alessia Turcato, voice; Lorenzo Barcella, guitar;
Stefano Zambon, double bass. At 21.30: Film in
Italian. “Tutto può accadere a Broadway”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
Guido Coppin
15th July 2016: Friday
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What’s On
July 2016
13th July 2016: Wednesday
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music
by Nino Rota, Johann Sebastian Bach, Albert
Roussel, Ekaterina Walter Kühne, Aram Il’ič
Chačaturjan, Erik Satie; performed by Francesca
Marini, harp. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Il terzo
uomo”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live. Rihanna. Stadio Meazza San Siro,
Piazzale Angelo Moratti • M5 San Siro Stadio
10.00, 15.00: Industrial Architecture by
Pirelli. Guided tour in Italian to The HQ1 building, featuring in the Bicocca Project built around
the ancient cooling tower of the Bicocca Plant;
the fifteenth century mansion called Bicocca
degli Arcimboldi; the Foundation Pirelli building
where its historical heritage is kept. Admission
free. Booking requested at 0264423971 or [email protected] Fondazione Pirelli, Via
Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 3 • M5 Bicocca
18th July 2016: Monday
14th July 2016: Thursday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
20.30: Symphony music. The “Star Wars” film
music by John Williams, with five new pieces arranged by Williams himself, played for the first
time in Italy. To celebrate the music there will
also be appearances by the 501st Legion Italica
Garrison and the Rebel Legion Italian Base, two
Star Wars costuming groups officialised by Lucasfilm: the brave Jedi knights with their laser
swords, the fearsome Darth Vader, the legendary
Stormtroopers, the heroic Han Solo and many
other characters. All Star Wars fans are invited
to the auditorium in their favourite costumes and
accessories. Music themes: Main Title, Anakin’s
Theme, The Flag Parade, Yada’s Theme, The Adventures of Jar Jar, Duel of the Fates, Across the
Stars, Anakin’s Betrayal, Imperial March (Darth
Vader’s Theme), The Death of Padmé, Battle
of the Heroes, Cantina Band, Here They Come,
Princess Leia’s Theme, The Asteroid Field, Luke
& Leia, The Forest Battle, March of the Resistance, Ray’s Theme, Scherzo for X-Wings, The
Jedi Steps, Kylo Ren and Finn’s Falcon Fight,
The Throne Room and End Title; performed by
Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi,
conducted by Simone Pedroni; and by the Coro
Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina
Gambarini, choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di
Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta Genova
+ bus 59
20.00: Symphony music. The “Star Wars” film
music by John Williams, with five new pieces arranged by Williams himself, played for the first
time in Italy. To celebrate the music there will
also be appearances by the 501st Legion Italica
Garrison and the Rebel Legion Italian Base, two
Star Wars costuming groups officialised by Lucasfilm: the brave Jedi knights with their laser
swords, the fearsome Darth Vader, the legendary
Stormtroopers, the heroic Han Solo and many
other characters. All Star Wars fans are invited
to the auditorium in their favourite costumes
and accessories. For the music themes: see on
the 14th; performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di
Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Simone Pedroni; and by the Coro Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina Gambarini, choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav
Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo +
tram 3; M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by Edvard Elgar, Rode, Pietro Antonio Locatelli, Pablo
de Sarasate; performed by Chiara Borghese, violin; Yoko Kimura, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Joy”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert
and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 •
M1 San Babila
16th July 2016: Saturday
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music by
Beethoven, Gershwin, Liszt; performed by Riccardo Zangirolami, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Julieta”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
17th July 2016: Sunday
20.30: Antique chamber music. Sonata or
Chamber Aires in three Parts for two Violins and
a Through Bass. Op. 2 by Francesco Antonio
Bomporti; performed by Camerata Musicae. €10.
Church of San Bernardino alle Monache, Via Lanzone 13 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by
Poulenc, Sgambati, Brahms; performed by Valentina Vanini, soprano; Giuseppina Coni, piano. At
21.30: Film in Italian. “Carol”. €6, concert only;
€7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
the auditorium in their favourite costumes and accessories. Music themes: see on the 15th; performed
by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi,
conducted by Simone Pedroni; and by the Coro Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with Erina Gambarini, choir master. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano,
Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1
Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music by
Johannes Brahms, Sonate n. op. 5; performed by
Diego Petrella, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Irrational Man”. €6, concert only; €7, film only;
€8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
09.30-18.00: Street market. Market exhibition for collectors, hobbyists, demonstrations
and amateur creative activities. Books, cartoons,
comics, collectors’ items, toys, games, records,
curiosities.... Parco Ravizza, Viale Toscana, Via
Bocconi, Viale Bach, Viale Brahms Via Vittadini •
bus 79, filobus 90-91
11.00: Recital. Music by Rota, Bach, Roussel, Chačaturjan, Satie, performed by Francesca
Marini, harp. Admission free. Museo dalla Permanente, via Filippo Turati 34 • M3 Turati/Repubblica
18.00: Symphony music. The “Star Wars” film
music by John Williams, with five new pieces arranged by Williams himself, played for the first
time in Italy. To celebrate the music there will
also be appearances by the 501st Legion Italica
Garrison and the Rebel Legion Italian Base, two
Star Wars costuming groups officialised by Lucasfilm: the brave Jedi knights with their laser
swords, the fearsome Darth Vader, the legendary
Stormtroopers, the heroic Han Solo and many
other characters. All Star Wars fans are invited to
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
13.00, 15.30, 17.50, 20.10, 22.20: Film in
English with Italian subtitles. “Suffragette,”
directed by S. Gavron; starring: C. Mulligan,
H. Bonham Carter. €5/7.50. Cinema Anteo, Via
Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and buses: 11,33,
41, 43, 94
20.30: Antique chamber music. Music performed by Françoise Atlan, voice, percussion;
Patrizia Bovi, voice, harp, conduction; Fadia
Tomb El Hage, voice; Gabriele Miracle, percussion, psalter; Peppe Frana, oud, lute. €10. Church
of Santa Maria della Passione, Via Conservatorio
16 • M1 San Babila
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by
Mozart, Tosti, Bellini, Schubert, Puccini, Poulenc,
Rossini, Verdi; performed by Caterina Piva, soprano; Jihye Ha piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Perfetti sconosciuti”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live. Dweezil Zappa plays Frank Zappa. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav
Mahler 1 (Corso San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo +
tram 3; M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Live. Beyoncè. Stadio Meazza San Siro,
Piazzale Angelo Moratti • M5 San Siro Stadio
19th July 2016: Tuesday
15.00 - 17.10 - 19.20 - 21.30: Film in English
with Italian subtitles. “Suffragette,” directed
by S. Gavron; starring: C. Mulligan, H. Bonham
Carter. €5/7.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music by
Schumann, Prokof’ev, Beethoven; performed by
Luigi Denaro, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “La
grande scommessa”. €6, concert only; €7, film
only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
20th July 2016: Wednesday
20.30: Antique music. Music by Händel; performed by the European Union Baroque Orchestra; conducted by Lars Ulrik Mortensen. €10. Basilica of San Simpliciano, Piazza San Simpliciano
(Corso Garibaldi) • M2 Lanza.
Simone Pedroni
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Useful Information
July 2016
• Airports
- Malpensa (airport code MXP): Terminal 1 is used by most of the major
airlines. Terminal 2 is much smaller. General airport information: tel.
+3902232323 (call centre). www.milanomalpensa-airport.com; www.
sea-aeroportimilano.it.
Transport to Malpensa: “Malpensa Express” train service from Stazione
Cadorna railway station. Trains run from 4.27 to 23.27 approximately
every half-hour, with extra trips outside these times by bus. Journey
time 40 mins. www.malpensaexpress.it www.trenord.it.
“Malpensa Shuttle” coach service runs every 20 minutes (fewer trips
early and late) from 4.27 until 23.27, from Milan Central Station, Piazza
Luigi di Savoia. €8. Approx 50 minutes. www.malpensashuttle.it.
The “Malpensa Bus Express” coach service runs every 20-30 minutes
from 4.30 to 23.00, from Milan Central Station, Piazza IV Novembre.
€8. Approx 60 minutes. Info: www.autostradale.it.
Train from the Central Station from 05.25 to 23.25.
Malpensa-Linate coach service: 5 trips a day from 9.30 to 16.30 approx,
journey time 70 minutes, €13, info www.malpensashuttle.it/mxp-lin.
htm. Milan-Malpensa by taxi: €85, 45 to 75 minutes. The €85 price is
a fixed charge as long as you go direct, no intermediate stops.
- Linate (airport code LIN): General information: tel. +3902232323 (call
centre). www.milanolinate-airport.com; www.sea-aeroportimilano.it.
Transport to Linate: bus n° 73, from Corso Europa/Piazza San Babila.
Use the normal bus (“ATM”) ticket €1,50 see Public transport. The journey takes 25 minutes; Linate airport is 7 km from the city centre. The
bus runs from 5.35 to 00.35.
A coach service runs from the Central Station, Piazza Luigi di Savoia,
every half-hour approx. from 5.30 to 22.45. Journey time 25 minutes.
€5. By taxi from the city centre, €50 circa.
- Orio al Serio (near Bergamo, airport code BGY): Call centre
+39035326323, www.orioaeroporto.it.
Transport to Orio al Serio: a coach service run by Autostradale leaves
from Milan Central Station, Piazza Luigi di Savoia, every day, from
02.45 to 23.15 every 30-40 minutes. The trip takes 1 hour. €5. www.
orioshuttle.com; www.autostradale.it. By taxi: around €95.
money changing shops in Piazza Duomo, Piazza Scala, Via Orefici, Via
Dante, the Central Station and the airports.
Money can also be changed at the central post office, Piazza Cordusio
1 (MM1 Cordusio, see under Postage), and a few other post offices: Via
Spinola 10 (MM1 Amendola), Via Moscova 30 (MM2 Moscova), Central
Station post office, and at Linate airport.
Best rates are in the post offices, followed by banks.
• Como
The famous lakeside city is just an hour from Milan by train, and so it is
an attractive possibility for a day’s excursion. The service “A Friend in
Milan” will take you there by car or by train. If you want to do it yourself,
take a train from the Stazione Nord station (Piazza Cadorna) to Como
Lago, a station positioned right on the lakeside (www.lenord.it). From
here, ferries and hydrofoils will take you all over the lake, and a bus to
Bellagio offers a cheap and picturesque alternative to boat transport.
Info from the Como tourist office, tel. 031.3300.128, www.lakecomo.
com, [email protected] Ferry info www.navigazionelaghi.it
• Campsite
The “Campeggio Città di Milano” is in Via Airaghi 61 (MM1 De Angeli
then bus 72), tel. 02.48.207.017. Tents, campers, caravans. It is next
to a waterpark, and it offers various sports facilities. See www.campingmilano.it.
• Driving, parking
Whenever you leave your car unattended, make sure that there are no
bags, cameras, wallets etc. in sight inside. To enter the city centre (the
area within the socalled
“Cerchia dei Bastioni”, a circular area which, to give you an idea, starts
from Porta Venezia on one side, Piazza XXIV Maggio on the other),
you have to pay a tariff in the Area C system, about €5 per entrance.
The Area C system operates Mon-Fri, 7.30-19.30. For further information, click on the Area C banner on the website www.comune.milano.it.
Petrol stations in the city close for lunch, Saturday afternoons and Sunday. There are a few self-service pumps in the city. Motorway service
stations are open 24 hrs a day. To park in the streetside areas marked
by blue lines, you need to buy a SostaMilano card, on sale at the “ATM
Point” in the Duomo metro station (open Mon-Sat 7.45-20.15), and in
Cadorna, Centrale F.S., Loreto and Romolo metro stations, as well as
in many bars and tobacconists. The cards are also sold directly by the
attendants near the parking areas (they have uniforms and ID cards).
You mark the start of stay on the card by scratching the year, month,
day, and time. Various privately-run carparks also exist (blue P sign). If
you are driving into Milan, you can use the multistorey car parks at the
Metro stations Cascina Gobba, Famagosta, Bisceglie, Molino Dorino
and Lampugnano, open 6.00-01.00, the cheapest parking in the city.
Don’t leave your car in areas marked by the tow-away symbol, or in
areas marked by yellow lines (areas reserved for residents). If your
car should be clamped or towed away, you will have to contact the
Polizia Locale (traffic wardens), whose offices are in Piazza Beccaria
19 (MM1/3 Duomo), tel. 02.02.08. Keep dipped headlights on during
the daytime.
• Changing money
Banks: open Mon-Fri, circa 8.30-13.30; 14.45-15.45. There are other
• European Emergency Telephone Number. 112.
In case of stolen goods or documents, you will need to contact the
Consulates
Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Bangladesh
Belarus
Bolivia
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Canada
Centr. African Rep.
Chile
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominican Rep.
Ecuador
Egypt
Eire
El Salvador
Eritrea
Via Pirelli 30 Via Rovello 7/11
Via Agnello 2
Via Teodosio 7
Via Borgogna 2
Piazza Liberty, 8/4
Via de Togni 23
Via Giambellino 7
Via Fatebenefratelli 15
Corso Buenos Aires 64
Via Galvani 21
Corso Europa 12
Via Filippo Turati 32
Via Santa Tecla 4
Piazza Cavour 3
Via Asiago 43
Via Ricasoli 2
Via Benaco 4
Via Tivoli 3
Via Giulini 5 Piazza Cadorna 15
Via Pirelli 30
Via Teodosio 44
Via Morgagni 20
Via Morigi 4
Corso Buenos Aires 64
Via Vittor Pisani 19
Via Timavo 17
Piazza S. Pietro in Gessate 2
Via Bastia 5
Via Temperanza 4/6
tel. 02.8646.7423
tel. 02.7208.0603
tel. 02.7772.9420
tel. 02.7060.0741
tel. 02 7767.4200
tel. 02.7631.6105
tel. 02.4819.4390
tel. 02.8706.8580
tel. 02.6595.363
tel. 02.2506.0947
tel. 02.6698.2826
tel. 02.777.1071
tel. 02.8494.2941
tel. 02.4776.0298
tel. 02.6269.4238
tel. 02.2578.297
tel. 02.7601.6070
tel. 02.5693.869
tel. 02.8051.765
tel. 02.8645.4585
tel. 02.8051.772
tel. 02.8661.66
tel. 02.2667.544
tel. 02.8715.8281
tel. 02.8901.1300
tel. 02.2024.0965
tel. 02.4547.1217
tel. 02.2951.6360
tel. 02.5518.8848
tel. 02.5398.780
tel. 02.2617.519
Ethiopia
Finland
Via Borromei 9
Foro Buonaparte 53
tel. 02.3657.7640
tel. 02.3191.071
Estonia
Via Cosimo del Fante 16
tel. 02.5832.5411
France
Via Moscova 12
tel. 02.655.9141
Gabon
Via Emilio de Marchi 1
tel. 02.6698.6896
Gambia
Via Fontana 4
tel. 02.5411.6012
Germany
Via Solferino 40
tel. 02.623.1101
Ghana
Via Soperga 6
tel. 02.6696.440
Great Britain
Via San Paolo 7
tel. 02.7230.01
Greece
Viale Beatrice d’Este
tel. 02.653.775
Guatemala
Via Giuseppe Pozzone 1
tel. 02.8940.0454
GuineaVia Francesco Albani 27
tel. 02.4819.9751
Haiti
Piazza Duomo 19
tel. 02.8646.4016
HondurasVia Conte Rosso 6 tel. 02.8057.691
Hungary
Via Fieno 3
tel. 02.7260.09
Iceland
Via Calabria 36
tel. 0907.1884.2/3
India
Piazza Paolo Ferrari 8
tel. 02.8057.691
Indonesia
Corso di Porta Romana 108 tel. 02.5843.1994
Iran
Via Montebianco 59
tel. 02.8965.8800
Ireland
Piazza S.Pietro in Gessate 2 tel. 02.5518.7569
Japan
Via Mangili 2/4
tel. 02.6241.141
Jordan
Via Gitto 29
tel. 02.4373.00
Kenya
Largo Augusto 8
tel. 02.7628.1512
Kosovo
Korea
Kuwait
Latvia
Lebanon
Libya
Luxembourg
Via Pirelli 30
Piazza Cavour 3
Via Turati 40
Piazza Bertarelli 1
Via Larga 26
Via Baracchini 7
tel. 02.6704.804
tel. 02.2906.2641
tel. 02.2906.2982/3
tel. 02.7209.5127
tel. 02.8061.341
tel. 02.8646.4285
Corso Europa 2
tel. 02.7636.931
Via Pirelli 30
tel. 02.6570.666
Malaysia
Piazza Missori 3tel. 02.6698.1839
Malta
Via Cesare Battisti 15 tel. 02.5501.6526
Mexico
Corso Giacomo Matteotti, 1tel. 02.7600.2310
Moldova
Via Vincenzo Gioberti, 8
Macedonia
Monaco
Mongolia
Montenegro
Morocco
Namibia
Via Aurelio Saffi 34
Via Boccaccio 9
Corso Venezia 5
Via Martignoni 10
Via Macchi 30
tel. 02.4801.2038
tel. 02.4801.2556
tel. 02.8738.965
tel. 02.6680.6919
tel. 02.8040.41
police station, Questura, in Via Fatebenefratelli 11 (M3 Turati), tel.
02.62.261.
• Guided tours
Personalized tours are offered by “A Friend in Milan” (see space last
page).
Autostradale runs a three-hour coach tour every day except Mondays,
starting at 9.30, near the taxi rank in Piazza Duomo (in front of the Cathedral). It includes a visit to the Last Supper, and to the most important
monuments. Cost €55 per person. Info at www.autostradale.it, or from
the tourist office in Piazza Duomo.
Zani Viaggi runs a variety of coach tours, to Milan (sightseeing), and
other towns. Info from their office in Foro Bonaparte 76, tel. 02.867.131,
or from their website www.zaniviaggi.it. The Centro Guide provides official guides for tours for up to 25 people, in various languages. Tel.
02.8645.0433, or www.centroguidemilano.net.
The Associazione Castelli & Ville runs excursions to castles and villas in Lombardy, with coach transport, lunch, and tour of the castle or
villa (in Italian). Info tel. 02.6558.9231, 347.4830.009, info point Piazza
Principessa Clotilde 12. www.castellieville.it
• Horseracing
The Galoppatoio di San Siro (flat racing course) is near the San Siro
football stadium, entrance in Via Caprilli/Piazzale dello Sport. The San
Siro Trotto (harness racing stadium) is just opposite, in Piazzale dello
Sport. Information on races at www.trenno.it, www.ippodromimilano.it
• Hotels
Turist Office, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, corner Piazza Scala, M1,M3
Duomo. Tel. 0288455555. Open: Mon.-Fri. 09.00-19.00; Sat. 09.0018.00; Sun and hoydays10.00-18.00. www.tusimo.milano.it; www.
visitamilano.it
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Netherlands Via Donizetti 20
New Zealand
Via Terraggio 17
tel. 02.7217.0001
Nicaragua
Corso Europa 14
tel. 02.7000.6978
Niger
Via Durini 23
tel. 02.8936.7161
Norway
Piazza Castello 20
tel. 02.8011.37
Oman
Via Marco d’Agrate 29
cel. 3396.5421.43
PakistanVia De Capitani 11 tel. 02.6670.3271
Panama
Via Boschetti 1
tel. 20.7600.5220
Paraguay
Via Soperga 14/a
tel. 02.4074.1136
Peru
Via Bracco 1
tel. 02.6900.4577
Philippines
Via Stromboli 1
tel. 02.4398.0383
Poland
Viale Monte Rosa 6
tel. 02.4801.8978
Portugal
Viale Colonnetta 5
tel. 02.5455.553
Romania
Via Gignese 2
tel. 02.4009.8088
Ruanda
Via Abbondio Sangiorgio 1
tel. 02.3315.270
Russia Fed.
Via Sant’ Aquilino 3
tel. 02.4870.6041
San Marino
Via San Martino 12
tel. 02.5838.31
Sao Tomè
Corso Monforte 20
tel. 0141.4467.02
Senegal
Viale Legioni Romane
tel. 02.4154.0073
Serbia
Via Pantano 2
tel. 02.7209.5466
Sierra Leone
Via Caldara 18
tel. 02.8738.7200
Slovakia
Via Turati 6
tel. 02.3932.5866
Slovenia
Via San Senatore 5
tel. 02.4817.646
South Africa
Vic. San Giovanni sul Muro 4 tel. 02.8858.581
Spain
Via Fatebenefratelli 26
tel. 02.6328.831
Sri Lanka
Via Melzi d’Eril 34
tel. 02.4953.6530
Sweden
Via Agnello 8
tel. 02.8691.5266
Switzerland
Via Palestro 2
tel. 02.7779.161
Thailand
Viale Berengario 15
tel. 02.4988.439
Tunisia
Viale Marche 37
tel. 02.5410.0500
Turkey
Via Larga 19
tel. 02.5821.201
Ukraine
Via Ludovico di Breme 11
tel. 02.8699.5789
Uganda
Piazza Cadorna 4
tel. 02.8807.290
Unit. Arab Emirates Via Cappuccini 4
tel. 02.7636.94
Uruguay
Piazza Diaz 6
tel. 02.8056.786
U. S. A.
Via Principe Amedeo 2/10
tel. 02.2903.51
Venezuela
Corso Europa 5
tel. 02.7600.6293
Zimbabwe
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Useful Information
July 2016
• Information resources
American Chamber of Commerce, Via Cantù 1, tel. 02.8690.661,
www.amcham.it. Austrian Cultural Institute, Piazza Liberty 8, tel.
02.78.37.41/2, includes a library. British Council, Via Manzoni 38, tel.
02.77.22.21, www.britishcouncil.it, language courses, UK university
and school info, special events. Library for course students only. British Chamber of Commerce, Via Dante 12, tel. 02.877798, www.britchamitaly.com, helps start up, build and run businesses in Italy, and
has an extensive range of social activities. United States Study Centre
(Centro per gli Studi degli Stati Uniti - CSSU), Piazza Sant’Alessandro
1, tel. 02.5835.3593, a library (part of another library in the State University premises) open to the public 10.00-17.00 Mon-Thurs, http://
users.unimi.it/cssu/. Centre Culturel Français, Palazzo delle Stelline,
Corso Magenta 63, tel. 02.485.91.91, multimedia library open Mon-Fri
10-19, closed Sat and Sun, French language films, French courses
courses organized. Goethe Institut (German), Via San Paolo 10, tel.
02.7769.171, library (see website for opening times), with over 20,000
books, magazines, newspapers, cassettes, videos, CDs; courses,
cinema, www.goethe.de/mailand. Instituto Cervantes (Spanish), Via
Dante 12, tel. 02.72.02.34.50, courses, films, library, http://milan.
cervantes.es. United States Consulate, Via Principe Amedeo, 2/10,
website http://milan.usconsulate.gov, email [email protected]
gov, tel. 02.290351. Open from 8.30 am to 12 midday Monday through
Friday for US citizens and passport services (notarial services on
Tuesdays and Thursdays only). Non-emergency telephone inquiries
from 2 to 4 pm Monday through Friday.
• Left luggage
Central Station (piazza Duca d’Aosta), Deposito Bagagli (ground
floor). Open every day, 06.00-23.00.
• Lost property
Milan City Council lost property office (ufficio Oggetti Rinvenuti): Via
Friuli 30, Mon-Fri 8.30-16.00, tel. 02.8845.3900. This is where items
lost on buses, trams and metro trains end up, and it is also the final
destination for documents found in the street and put into post boxes.
Only Italian is spoken at this office. Website www.comune.milano.it.
For property lost on trains, the relevant office (Oggetti Smarriti) is in
the Central Station, within the Left Luggage office (Deposito Bagagli).
Tel. 02.8845.3900.
If you leave something in a taxi, you may have a chance of getting it
back if you have the receipt for the taxi ride (which has the taxi’s ID on
it) and the phone number of the radio-paging service. So it’s a good
idea to ask for a receipt whenever you use a taxi!
• Medical services
Ambulance: phone 118. Italian Red Cross (ambulance): phone
02.3883. Doctors (Italian) on call for problems that would normally be
handled by the family doctor: available Mon-Fri, Sun 20.00-8.00, Sat
14.00-20.00, tel. 02.34.567. NB in case of emergencies, always use
the 118 number. Emergency departments at the following hospitals:
• Fatebenefratelli, Corso di Porta Nuova 23, tel. 02.63.631,
02.6363.2442.
• Ophthalmic emergency dept, Corso di Porta Nuova 23, tel.
02.6363.2239.
• Maggiore Policlinico, Via Francesco Sforza 28-35, tel. 02.55031,
02.5503.3209, 02.5503.3434.
• Niguarda Ca’ Granda, piazza Ospedale Maggiore 3, tel. 02.644.41.
• Obstetric/gynaecological emergency dept, Via Macedonio Melloni
52, tel. 02.6363.3220.
Pharmacies are a convenient place in which to find advice on minor
complaints, as staff are medically trained. The Central Station pharmacy is open 24 hours a day, currently on the ground floor on the
right-hand side of the station. For English-speaking medical, dental
and psychology services, see the advertising spaces on this and other
pages.
• Original language books
Melting Pot, via Vettabbia 3, American Bookstore, Via Camperio 16
(MM1 Cairoli), Feltrinelli, Piazza Cavour (MM3 Turati, Montenapoleone, trams 1, 2, 20). The Biblioteca di Anglistica (Centro per gli Studi
degli Stati Uniti - CSSU), Piazza S. Alessandro 1, tel. 02.5031.3567,
is part of a library in the State University premises, open to the public
10.00-17.00 Mon-Thurs. Info at http://users.unimi.it/cssu/
• Personal identity
It is a good idea to have your passport or ID card with you at all times,
as you may be asked for it in the most surprising of situations (using
a library, Internet café, etc.)
• Postage
Post offices are marked with a yellow “PT” sign. The central post
office for letters, parcels etc. is in Via Cordusio 4, open Mon-Fri
8.00-19.00; Sat 8.30-12.00, Sun closed. The post office in Piazza
Cordusio is for postal account payments, money changing etc.,
same times. Most other post offices are open in the morning only,
Mon-Fri 8.00-14.00, Sat 9.30-13.00. Stamps are also available at
tobacconists (T sign). Red post boxes are located outside post offices and tobacconists. Italian first day covers and other philatelic
products are sold at Via Cordusio 4. Post information, tel. 803160,
Mon-Sat, 8.00-20.00, www.poste.it.
• Public transport
In Milan, buses, trams and metro (underground) trains are run
by a company named ATM. Ordinary tickets cost €1.50 and can
be obtained in Metro stations (newsagents, automatic machines,
ticket offices in some stations), and from bars displaying the green
and orange ATM sticker on the window. Weekly, monthly or yearly
season tickets are available. The largest ATM ticket sales and info
offices are the ATM Point information offices in Duomo, Cadorna,
Centrale, Loreto and Romolo Metro stations, open Mon-Sat 7.4519.00. The ordinary ticket should be franked using the machine as
soon as you get on a bus or tram, or go through the Metro turnstiles,
or before getting on an FNM train. The same ticket can be used for
90 minutes from the time franked on the ticket, with any combination of buses and trams (the magnetic ticket should be franked on
every journey), but with just the one Metro journey, or one journey
on a Passante Ferroviario train, or on a FNM train (within city limits).
The one-day ticket (abbonamento giornaliero, €4.50) and the twoday ticket (abbonamento bigiornaliero, €8.25) last 24/48 hours
respectively from the first franking: frank the magnetic ticket on
every journey. The Metro system consists of 4 lines, number 1 (red),
2 (green), 3 (yellow), and the “Passante Ferroviario” (S trains). The
FNM is the privately-run train service running from Stazione Nord
in Piazza Cadorna. For info on FNM trains, there is an info office in
the Cadorna station, open 7.00 to 20.00 every day. www.lenord.it
Metro trains run from around 6.15 until 00.30, except on Saturday
nights when trains run till about 02.00. During the night there is
a replacement bus service for parts of lines 1 and 3. There are
large interchange car parks at the stations Lampugnano, Bisceglie
(MM1), Cascina Gobba, Famagosta (MM2), open 7.00-01.00 (overnight parking possible). To get to the Rho Fiera trade fair district
during fairs you can buy a return ticket at €5 (Andata/ritorno Rho
Fiera) or a day ticket (Giornaliero fiera) €7. The normal one or two
day ticket is not valid for getting to Rho Fiera. For public transport
info, toll-free info at 800.808181 (7.30-19.30), www.atm-mi.it. The
“Radiobus” service, operating from 20.00 to 02.00, is like a collective taxi service. A very comfortable air-conditioned minicoach
picks you up and takes you where you want to go. You have to book
by phone at 02.4803.4803, preferably well in advance – say a few
hours – or even just before your trip, but in this case you run the
risk of not getting a place as well as spending ages listening to a
recorded message. Cost €4 if you pay on the bus, less if you buy
the ticket (ordinary ATM ticket + Radiobus ticket, total €3.50) in
advance. This service may seem complicated, but it is so convenient and comfortable that it’s well worth the effort.
• Railways
Most trains leave from the Stazione Centrale. Train information can
be obtained from the information office at the station, or by phone,
892021, or best of all by Internet (www. trenitalia.com). Remember
that any train ticket should be franked using the yellow machines
situated at the near end of the platforms, just before boarding the
train. A return ticket should be franked again before the return
journey. If you forget, you will be fined! If you do forget, find the
conductor on the train as soon as possible, and the fine will be
reduced. For many trains, seat booking is obligatory. In any case
it is a good idea to buy your ticket early (at least the day before)
and book your seat (small extra charge). Saves frustration queuing
while your train is about to depart. Be sure to claim your booked
seat within ten minutes after departure. For the differently abled
and people with sight problems, there is a phone number for the
whole of Italy: 199.30.30.60, operating every day, 7.00-21.00. Ferrovie Nord trains leave from Cadorna and run to various locations
north of Milan, including the lakes and Malpensa airport. See www.
lenord.it
• Safety and security
In Milan, like most large cities, there is a problem of small time
theft. Take care of personal possessions at all times! Don’t leave
your bags unattended even for a moment, particularly in crowded
locations like Piazza Duomo and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Also
take care in and around the Central Station, and when on trams
and metro during the rush hour. If, at the station or airport, someone
approaches you and offers you a taxi, this is not the normal taxi
and it will cost much more. This is happening particularly at Linate
airport, the taxi turns out to be a chauffeur-driven car with a bill to
match. Beware of buying fake merchandise on the street, it will be
low quality and it’s also against the law. People selling roses in restaurants have nothing to do with the restaurant, just say no (unless
you want one, of course!). If you give money to the many beggars in
the city and on the Metro trains you are financing organized crime.
• Taxis
It is almost impossible to stop a taxi on the street in Milan: you have
to locate one of the taxi-ranks (see map pages), or call one of the
radio taxi firms (02.4040, 02.8585, 02.4000, 02.6969). A few taxis
accept credit cards. If in doubt about price, ask the driver for an
estimate before setting off. On-line estimates at www.milanotaxi.it
• Telephones
The 02 dialling code for Milan is incorporated into phone numbers. If
you are calling Italy from abroad, you have to include the “0” of this
prefix, ie +39.02.(number). Numbers starting 339, 347, 348 etc. are
for mobile phones, these calls cost more. Numbers starting with 0
are for fixed phones, 1 for public utilities (police etc.), 3 for mobiles,
8 for toll-free numbers.
• Ticket info: Teatro alla Scala
The ticket office is in Duomo metro station. It is open every day
12.00-18.00 (closed public holidays and August). Payment in Euro
cash or by credit card. For information on availability, phone the
Scala Infotel Service, tel. 02.7200.3744, from 9.00 to 18.00, every
day of the week. To buy tickets by phone – up to two weeks before
the performance – tel. 02.860.775. This is a computerized system
operating at all times, in English, Italian, German and French. Credit
card number and tone-type telephone essential. Tickets can also be
purchased on line: www.teatroallascala.org. Credit card only, 20%
surcharge. Dress: jacket and tie for men, dark suit on first nights.
No children under 6, no photography, video, cellphones, recording
equipment etc.
• Ticket info: concerts
Concert tickets can be purchased at the following stores:
• Ricordi (basement floor), Galleria Vittorio Emanuele (M 1/3 Duomo),
tel. 02.86.90.683.
• Box Ticket, Messaggerie Musicali, Galleria del Corso 2 (M1 S. Babila), tel. 02.760.551.
• Fnac, Via Torino 47 on corner with Via Palla (MM1/3 Duomo), tel.
02.869.541.
• TicketOne, Spazio Oberdan, Viale Vittorio Veneto 2 (MM1 Porta Venezia), tel. 02.2953.6577.
• Box Ticket Free Shop, Central Station, tel. 02.66.96.757.
• Teatro dal Verme, Via San Giovanni sul Muro 2 (MM1 Cairoli), tel.
02.8790.5201.
• Mondadori Multicenter, Via Marghera 28 (MM1 Wagner), tel.
02.852.676.
• Feltrinelli, Piazza Piemonte 2 (MM1 Wagner).
• Punto Touring, Corso Italia 19 (MM3 Missori), tel. 02.6592.526.
There may be a booking charge of about 10%. On-line ticket sales:
www.ticketone.it, www.ticketweb.it, www.vivaticket.it. Tickets for
the LaVerdi Orchestra (concerts at the Auditorium di Milano) can be
purchased at the theatre box office.
• Ticket info: football:
• For Milan Point shops, see www. acmilan.com
• For Inter tickets, see www.inter.it
You may be asked for your personal ID when buying tickets and
when at the match.
Transport: get the metro to • M5 San Siro Stadio. Seats are numbered, and so in theory you can get there any time: however it’s
best to get to the stadium a bit early just to savour the pre-match
entertainment.
• Toilets
There are public toilets (not free) in some Metro stations, at railway
stations, and in various municipal museums.
• Tourist offices
• IAT, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, corner Piazza Scala • M1/3 Duomo.
Tel. 0288455555. Open Mon-Fri 9.00-20.00, Sun and holidays.09.00
-18.00. This office provides free information on what to see and do
in the city, with leaflets, maps etc. See also www.visitamilano.it
• Milan Urban Center, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, corner Piazza Scala
• M1/3 Duomo. Open Mon-Fri 9.00-18.00, Sat and Sun closed. Leaflets; information on events organized by the Municipality of Milan;
occasional exhibitions. Phone 02.88456370, 02.88456555.
• Youth hostel
Ostello della Gioventù “Piero Rotta”, Via Martino Bassi 2 (M1 QT8),
entrance from Viale Salmoiraghi 1. Tel. 02.3926.7095, www.ostellionline.org, [email protected] Open 24 hours a day.
Family rooms available for families with minors. Membership card
needed, available in hostel. Max 14 nights stay (3 nights when full).
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What’s On 23 July 2016: Saturday
July 2016
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by
Beethoven, Jacob; performed by Trio Magnolia, with Christian Impaziente and Luca Tognon,
oboe; Claire Colombo, English horn. At 21.30:
Film in Italian. “Caligari”. €6, concert only; €7,
film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio,
Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21st July 2016: Thursday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets.
Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes in advance, at the starting point at the Museum entrance.
Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 • M1/3 Duomo
15.00, 17.10, 19.20, 21.30: Film in English
with Italian subtitles. “Suffragette,” directed
by S. Gavron; starring: C. Mulligan, H. Bonham
Carter. €5/7.50. Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 •
M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14
20.30: Live concert and film in Italian. “Il Padrino” music by Nino Rota, performed in synch,
live, by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by John Jesensky. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso
San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music by
Pachelbel, Angelis, Vivaldi, Voitenko, Semionov,
Rossini; performed by Giuseppe Grosso, accordion. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “La vita è facile ad
occhi chiusi”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8,
concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
22nd July 2016: Friday
21.30: Live. Iron Maiden. Special guest The Raven
Age. Tickets at TicketOne.it. Mediolanum Forum,
Via Di Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2 Assago Forum
(buy a “Milan-AssagoForum round-trip ticket”)
10.00, 15.00, 16.00: Industrial Architecture
by Pirelli. Guided tour in Italian at 10.00 and
15.00, and in English at 16.00, to The HQ1 building, featuring in the Bicocca Project built around
the ancient cooling tower of the Bicocca Plant;
the fifteenth century mansion called Bicocca
degli Arcimboldi; the Foundation Pirelli building
where its historical heritage is kept. Admission
free. Booking requested at 0264423971 or [email protected] Fondazione Pirelli, Via
Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 3 • M5 Bicocca
20.00: Live concert and film in Italian. “Il Padrino” music by Nino Rota, performed in synch,
live, by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by John Jesensky. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso
San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
20.30: Antique Neapolitan music. Music performed by Giuliano Carmignola, violin; Francesco
Galligioni, cello; Ivano Zanenghi, liute; Riccardo
Doni, harpsichord. €10. Church of San Bernardino
alle Monache, Via Lanzone 13 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music
by Beethoven and Liszt; performed by Davide
Ranaldi, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “The
Danish Girl”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8,
concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
20.30: Sound & Image. Chamber music by
Beethoven and Haydn; performed by Giulia Scilla and Chiara Borghese, violin; Daniel Ciobanu,
viola; Francesco Tamburini, cello. At 21.30: Film
in Italian. “La pazza gioia”. €6, concert only; €7,
film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio,
Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
24th July 2016: Sunday
18.00: Live concert and film in Italian. “Il Padrino” music by Nino Rota, performed in synch,
live, by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by John Jesensky. €15/35. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso
San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Recital with music by
Joaquín Rodrigo, Mauro Giuliani, Johann Kaspar
Mertz, Joaquín Turina; performed by Francesca
Riva, guitar. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Amy - Behind the Name”. €6, concert only; €7, film only;
€8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
25th July 2016: Monday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.20: Film in
English. “Mother’s Day,” directed by G. Marshall;
starring: J. Roberts, K. Hudson. €5/7.50. Cinema
Anteo, Via Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and
buses: 11,33, 41, 43, 94
20.30: Antique chamber music. Cantatas
and concerts by Bach; performed by Café Zimmermann, with Lenneke Ruiten, soprano. €10.
Church of Santa Maria Annunciata in Chiesa Rossa, Via Montegani corner of Via Neera 24 • M2
Abbiategrasso, tram 3, 15, bus 79
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Gérard Pesson, Grégoire Lorieux, Maurice Ohana, Helmut
Lachenmann; performed by Lorenzo D’Erasmo,
percussion; Erika Paganelli piano. At 21.30: Film
in Italian. “Truth - Il prezzo della verità”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
26th July 2016: Tuesday
15.00, 17.10, 19.20, 21.30: Film in English.
“Mother’s Day,” directed by G. Marshall; starring:
J. Roberts, K. Hudson. €5/7.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
27th July 2016: Wednesday
18.30, 20.30: Antique chamber music. Six
sonatas for harpsichord and violin by Bach, performed by Anton Steck, violin, Marieke Spaans,
harpsichord. 18.30: Sonatas 1-2-3; 20.30: Sonatas 4-5-6. €10. Church of San Bernardino alle
Monache, Via Lanzone 13 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Graham Fitkin,
William Albright, Takashi Yoshimatsu; performed
by Francesco Ronzio, sax; Daniele Bonini, piano.
At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Nosferatu”. €6, concert
only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
28th July 2016: Thursday
12.00: Guided tour inside the Cathedral and
the Duomo Museum. One hour tour in English.
€10, comprehensive of guide, and entrance tickets. Info. tel.02 89015321. Meeting 15 minutes
in advance, at the starting point at the Museum
entrance. Museo del Duomo, Piazza Duomo 12 •
M1/3 Duomo
15.00, 17.10, 19.20, 21.30: Film in English.
“Mother’s Day,” directed by G. Marshall; starring:
J. Roberts, K. Hudson. €5/7.50. Cinema Mexico,
Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova F.S., tram 14
20.30: Film music. A “Superhero Symphony”
with the sound-tracks of Batman, Fantastic Four,
Hellboy, X-Men, The Incredible Hulk, Captain
America, Spiderman, The Avengers; performed
by the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by Ernst van Tiel. €10/25. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1 (Corso
San Gottardo) • M1 Duomo + tram 3; M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Beethoven,
Brahms, Ravel; performed by Ruben Giuliani, violin; Boris Iliev, piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian.
“Revenant”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8,
concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
29th July 2016: Friday
20.30: Antique music organ concert. First
part of the “Opera Omnia” by Dieterich Buxtehude: Praeludium BuxWV 149, Mensch, willt
du leben seliglich BuxWV 206, Gelobet seist du
BuxWV 189, Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen BuxWV 202,
Ciaccona BuxWV 160, Nun komm der Heiden
Heiland BuxWV 211, Herr Christ, der einig Gottes
Sohn BuxWV 191, Ach Herr mich armen Sünder
BuxWV 178, Praeludium BuxWV 148, Vater unser
im Himmelreich BuxWV 219, Kommt Her zu mit
BuxWV 201, Von Gott will, ich nicht lassen BuxWV 220, Praeludium, Fuga and Ciaccona BuxWV
137; performed by Maurizio Salerno, organ. €5.
Church of Santa Maria della Passione, Via Conservatorio 16 • M1 San Babila
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by César Franck,
Lowell Liebermann; performed by Duo Kairos,
with Catello Coppola, flute; Aniello Iaccarino,
piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Dove eravamo
rimasti”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
30th July 2016: Saturday
16.30: Antique music organ concert. Second
part of the “Opera Omnia” by Dieterich Buxtehude: Praeludium BuxWV147, Canzonetta BuxWV 169, Danket dem Herren BuxWV 181, Toccata BuxWV 157, Canzonetta BuxWV 171, Fuga
BuxWV 174, Praeludium BuxWV 152, Toccata
manualiter BuxWV 165, Magnificat BuxWV 204,
Ich dank dir, liebe Herre BuxWV 194, Passacaglia BuxWV 161, Praeludium BuxWV 145; performed by Gianluca Capuano, organ. €5. Church
of Sant’Alessandro, Piazza S. Alessandro • M1
Duomo, M3 Missori.
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Nicola Calace
and Raffaele Calace; performed by Trio Calace,
with Erika Matsunaga and Margherita Caputo,
mandolin, mandola, liute; Hiroki Falzone, piano.
At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Dio esiste e vive a
Bruxelles”. €6, concert only; €7, film only; €8,
concert and film. Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
31st July 2016: Sunday
16.30: Antique music organ concert. Third
part of the “Opera Omnia” by Dieterich Buxtehude: Praeludium BuxWV 136, Es spricht der Unweisen Mund BuxWV 187, Praeambulum BuxWV
158, Herr Jesu Christ ich weiss gar BuxWV 193,
Praeludium BuxWV 146, Fantasia Ich dank dir
BuxWV 195, Toccata BuxWV 155, Komm Heiliger
Geist, Herre Gott BuxWV 199, Komm Heiliger
Geist, Herre Gott BuxWV 200, Toccata BuxWV
156; performed by Davide Gorini, organ. €5.
Church of Santa Maria Annunciata in Chiesa Rossa, Via Montegani corner of Via Neera 24 • M2
Abbiategrasso, tram 3, 15, bus 79
20.30: Sound & Image. Music by Stravinskij, Milhau, Chačaturjan; performed by Lorenzo Bollani clarinet; Simone Broggini, violin; Alessandro Piovesana,
piano. At 21.30: Film in Italian. “Ave, Cesare”. €6,
concert only; €7, film only; €8, concert and film.
Conservatorio, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
Please take notice that opening times and fees could be changed without notice
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Exhibitions
July 2016
Palazzo Reale
Piazza Duomo 12 • M1, M3 Duomo
Open Mon 14.30-19.30; Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun
9.30-19.30; Thurs and Sat 9.30-22.30.
Tickets: €10/12 + €1.50 fee for online reservations. The ticket office closes one hour before exhibition closing time. For reservations visit www.
vivaticket.it
• Until 10 July. “Umberto Boccioni”, over 280
works including drawings, paintings, sculptures,
engravings, old photographs, books and documents, and an exceptional corpus of 60 drawings, writings and unpublished documents. The
most important exhibition celebrating the futurist
master in the year of the centenary of his death.
Gallerie d’Italia
Piazza della Scala 6 • M1 Duomo
Open Tues–Sun 09.30–19.30; Thurs. Until 22.30;
Closed Mon. €3/5.
Young staff wearing the badge ChiediMI are
available to offer a free tour around each room to
illustrate the museum space. In addition you can
find free audioguides in nine different languages.
• Permanent exhibitions. The sumptuous palace belonging to the Intesa Sanpaolo bank, holds
a large number of art works ranging from 19th
(197 from Canova to Boccioni) to 20th century
(189 from the second world war). Worth a visit!
• Until 17 July. “La bellezza ritrovata”, more
than 140 works, by artists such as Caravaggio,
Rubens, Perugino, Lotto, dating from antiquity
to the early twentieth century, taken from museums and churches throughout Italy, to be restored during a two-year refurbishment program.
• Until 25 September. “Emilio Isgrò” anthological show with a preview of the famous portrait
of Alessandro Manzoni painted by Hayez and deleted in white. Admission free.
Via Palestro 16 • M1 Palestro
Open Tues - Sun 9.00-17.30. €3/5
• Permanent exhibitions. Inside the rooms of
this beautiful royal villa is a large selection of art
works by Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega, Giovanni Boldini, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne,
Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Francesco
Hayez, Pompeo Marchesi, Andrea Appiani, Tranquillo Cremona, Giovanni Segantini, Federico
Faruffini, Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, Antonio Canova, Daniele Ranzoni, Medardo Rosso,
Gaetano Previati. Worth a visit!
• Until 4 September. On show unreleased
art works, which were in storage until very recently, by Francesco Hayez, Vittore Grubicy de
Dragon, Domenico e Gerolamo Induno, Mosè
Bianchi, Filippo Carcano, Gaetano Previati and
others.
Via San Vittore 21 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio
Open Tues-Fri 10-18, Sat and Sun 10-19. €3/8
Throughout 2016, the museum is calling into action all those willing to share impressions with
their “friends”, and post photos or video on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, connecting the hashtag #Museoscienza, to socialize and
propagate culture in an innovative way.
• Every Saturday to Sunday. With a ticket for
the museum, visitors can participate in guided
tours, in Italian with a translation on request, of
the Galleria Leonardo and also to the collections
of trains, ships and planes in the Transport section. There are currently three unique automobiles on display: Bianchi 8HP, Alfa Romeo Zagato
8C and Bisiluro DaMolNar, symbols of the tradition that has made the Italian car into a world
famous icon. • Until 18 September. “Diabolik”, fifty-four
years of pure myth through original artworks,
antique books, publications, books, gadgets,
memorabilia, videos and 3D reconstructions, activated multimedia inserts and insights through
the official APP Diabolik.it free download available www.diabolik.it/app/index.php.
Museo di Leonardo
Le Sale del Re, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, corner
Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
Open Mon-Sun, 10.00-23.00. €11/12
Guided tours in Italian and English every Saturday and Sunday from 10.30 to 11.30
• Until 31 December. The most important interactive and multidisciplinary exhibition dedicated to Leonardo, engineer and artist who left
120 volumes which include 5 thousand pages of
drawings, most of which are still to be interpreted. The exhibition presents discoveries, world
premieres and interactive experiences, describes
writings, projects and studies for machines and
the methodology used for two of his most important creations, which were actually realized in
Milan: The Last Supper and “Leonardo’s Horse”
dedicated to Francesco Sforza.
Hangar Bicocca
Casa del Manzoni
Via Morone 1 • M1 Duomo, M3 Montenapoleone
Open Tues, Wed. Fri.10.00-18.00; Sat. 14.0018.00 Admission free.
• Until 25 September. “Emilio Isgrò” on show
35 deleted books of “I Promessi Sposi” written by
Alessandro Manzoni.
Viale Campania 12 • Passante Ferroviario Porta
Vittoria, tram 27, buses 73, 90, 91, 93
Open Tues-Fri 15.00-19.00, Sat and Sun 15.0020.00. € 3/5
GAM Galleria Arte Moderna
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e
della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
• Until 4 September. “Studio Azzurro. Immagini sensibili” a show with poetic installations, with
dozens of projectors, monitors, touchscreens
and embedded sensors from a “sensitive environment” aimed at making visitors into actors
as they move within a space that reacts to their
presence and gestures.
• Until 25 September. “Emilio Isgrò” a complete retrospective with more than 200 artworks
among which deleted books, paintings and installations by this great artist, who weaves words
and graphic sign, matter and poetry.
• Until 22 January
2017. “Escher,” solo
show dedicated to the
Dutch engraver, intellectual and mathematician Maurits Cornelis
Escher (1898-1972)
who made mathematically inspired woodcuts, lithographs, and
mezzotints, colonizing the collective imagination with his visionary works and
impossible objects.
Wow Spazio Fumetto
• Inside the Aero-Naval Pavillion the “Luna
Rossa” the rigid wing catamaran AC72 which was
a finalist in the selection regattas for the 34th
America’s Cup challenge (San Francisco 2013).
Via Chiese 2 • M5 Ponale
Open Thurs-Sun 10.00- 22.00.
• Until 31 July. ”Doubt” a solo show by Carsten
Höller, where people can interact with the art
works, such as the “Two Flying Machines”, to
experience the sensation of flight; or the “Two
Roaming Beds” that will allow you to spend a
night inside the exhibition.
Museo di Milano
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Exhibitions
July 2016
Museo Diocesano
Corso di Porta Ticinese, 95 • tram 3; bus 59,71, 94
Open Tues-Sun 10-18, except in the months of
July, August and September, when it is open from
19 to 24, Tues-Sat. €5/8/10
The exhibition spaces, part of a refurbished monastery, display over 400 works of art divided into
various sections. It also presents anthological
and solo exhibitions.
Via Sant’Andrea 6 • M1 San Babila
Open Tues-Sun 9-13, 14-17.30, Mon closed.
Info: tel. 0288446056/7. Some parts are free, or
admission €3/5.
This Museum, in the heart of the top fashion
district, is in an 18th century building, Palazzo
Morando Attendolo Bolognini, whose exterior has
recently been restored revealing the remains of a
fresco frieze. Its collections present the history of
Milan in the 18th and 19th centuries, with paintings, documents, prints etc. The period furnishings and the cosy “Golden Parlour” contribute to
the overall atmosphere.
• Until 17 July. “Gaetano Pesce. Altra Bellezza”,
compares the elegance and order of the antique
art works kept at Palazzo Morando, with the contemporary Alternative Beauty, liquid and fluid,
conceived by Gaetano Pesce. €3/5.
• Until 25 September. “Dialoghi di filo,” textile works made by students from the Accademia
di Belle Arti di Brera’s Fashion Design Diploma
Course and Textile Culture, which highlight the
relationship between education, production and
creation. Materials are provided by three leading
companies in the textile industry : Alcantara® ,
Dedar and Dreamlux, and the exhibition is enriched by historical reconstructions of clothes
made by young costume designers. €3/5.
Castello Sforzesco
Sale dell’Ospedale Spagnolo
Piazza Cairoli • M1 Cairoli
MUDEC Museo delle Culture
Galleria Moshe Tabibnia
Via Brera 3 • M3 Montenapoleone
Open Turs-Sat 10-19; Mon. Sun. closed
Antique textile art, carpets, tapestries, kilims.
• Until 2 July. “Sacred Ground” a show of carpets in paintings.
Museo di Storia Naturale
Via Tadino 26 • M1 Lima
Admission free
• Until 8 July. “Only Remember the Future” solo
show with 40 recent art works by the painter and
sculptor Sam Havadtoy, living in New York, partner of Yoko Ono after John Lennon’s death, and
friend of many artists such as Andy Warhol, Keith
Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage.
Fondazione Maimeri
Museo del Novecento
Via Zenale 3 • M1 Conciliazione
Open Mon-Fri. 10-13 / 15-18 Admission free
• Until 22 July. Anish Kapoor.
• Until 30 September. “Takashi Murakami: un
Otaku Superdeep,” solo show with a selection of
30 art works, the best lithographs and mixed media prints made in the last decade by the artist
that TIME described as the most influential representative of contemporary Japanese culture.
Fondazione Mudima
Largo delle Culture, corner between Via Tortona
and Via Bergognone
Open Fri. 10-23; Sat. 10-01; Sun. 10-23 €3/10
Occupying a huge space, this is a new museum
devoted to different world cultures. Inside there
is a high quality cafeteria and restaurant as
well as a junior zone where children aged 4 –
9 can learn more about extra-European cultures
through creative and multimedia laboratories.
• Until 21 July. “Italiani sull’oceano”, last century
stories about modern and indigenous Brazilian artists.
• Until 11 September. “Joan Mirò” a wide selection of 100 works realized from 1931 to 1981.
Lisson Gallery
Via Santa Marta 6 • M1 Cordusio
Open Tues.-Sat 10.30-14.00/15.00-19.00. Admission free.
Corso Venezia 55 • M1 Palestro, tram 9, 29, 30
Passante Porta Venezia
Open Tues-Sun, 09.00-17.30, Mon closed. €3/5
• Until 11 September. “Vulcani,” to find out
about volcanoes and understand our planet with
the use of innovative technologies such as mapping, dioramas, spectacular images, movies,
computer reconstructions and holograms, along
with an outstanding collection of rocks, minerals
and meteorites.
• Until 20 November. “La Madonna della Misericordia” by Antonio da Fabriano, a recently restored oil painting on hardboard, dated 1470.
Via Marconi 1 • M1, M3 Duomo
Open Mon. 14.30-19.30, Tue,Wed,Fri,Sun 9.3019.30, Thu,Sat 9.30-22.30 €3/5
• Permanent exhibitions. This museum, opened
inside the pre-Fascist era Palazzo dell’Arengario,
designed by the famous architects Griffini, Magistretti, Muzio and Portaluppi, presents a collection
of more than 4000 contemporary artworks.
• Until 4 September. “Disegnare le Parole”
solo show by Mimmo Paladino balancing art and
words, literature and illustration.
• Until 4 September. “Slitscape” photo show
by Claudio Sinatti
Deodato Arte
• Until 25 September. The photographer Mario
Cresci presents an intense comparison between
Michelangelo’s “Pietà Rondanini” and the themes
of the most current and dramatic contemporary
society.
Studio Guenzani
Via Eustachi 10 • M1 Lima
Open Tues-Sat 15.00-19.30. Admission free.
• Until 29 July. “Art form Los Angeles 19902010” Collective show by Ginny Bishton, Jennifer
Bornstein, Sharon Lockhart, Paul McCarthy, Jason Meadows, Catherine Opie, Laura Owens, Lari
Pittman e Allen Ruppersberg.
Galleria Raffaella Cortese
Via Stradella 1, Via Stradella 4 and Via Stradella
7 • M1 Lima
Open Tues-Sat 10.00-13.00/15-19.30 Sun. and
Mon closed
• Until 9 Sptember. Solo show by the Milanese
photographer Franco Vimercati
Corso Colombo, 15 • M2 Porta Genova
Open 10.00 – 18.00. Admission free
• Until 12 June. A selection of art works from
the seventies by Renzo Bergamo, with a sort of
combination of art and science, between formal
aesthetic and scientific dynamism transforming
his insights into an art phenomenon.
Spazio Tadini
Via Jommelli 24 • M1 Pasteur
Open Mon. Sun 15.30-19
• Until 17 July. “Latin American Art - andata e
ritorno”
Wunderkammern
Via Ausonio 1a • M2 Sant’Ambrogio
Open Tues. Sat. 11.00-19.00
• Until 10 August. “Freedom as Form,” collective exhibition featuring the works of four artists:
BR1 (Italy), Alexis Diaz (Puerto Rico), Eron (Italy), Faith47 (South Africa). Each artist will explore these questions: “What are the limits of our
individual personal freedom?”; “When might our
“free” actions begin to damage the community to
which we belong?” giving shape to their thought
processes.
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the lake with spectacular views. The visit can also include a stop to
the Armani factory outlet if desired.Time: 6 hours, Price: €600 (tour
companion + car and driver) + entry costs to museums etc. Max 3
people. We can provide you with a quote for larger groups.
Walking Tours
Major Monuments
A fascinating tour on foot to the principal sights of central Milan,
including the Cathedral, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, La Scala and
the Sforza Castle. It is possible to make shopping stops on the way.
Time: 2 hours, Price: €100 + entry costs to museums etc.
Outside Milan
Find prestigious brand names at outlet prices at Foxtown, just over
the Swiss border and make a stop near Como to browse through
the Armani outlet. You might even like to include a visit to Como!
Time: 8 hours, Price: €720 (personal shopper + car and driver).
Max 3 people. We can provide you with a quote for larger groups.
Traditional – Romantic –Spicy... the choice is yours. Whatever mood
you seek, let your Friend in Milan organise a memorable evening of
wining, dining, music and laughter. We will organise a fixed priced
menu to include dinner, wine and a courtesy car from your hotel to
the venue and return. Prices start from 60 euro per person. Contact
us: Tel: (+39) 02.29.52.05.70 or (+39) 34.86.006.297.Email: [email protected]
friendinmilan.co.uk
Just contact us on one of the telephone numbers or email below and
we will provide you with comprehensive information on the tour that
interests you. Alternatively, ask us how to customise your own tour!
Method of Payment
We accept cash payments on the day as well as payment in advance (Pay Pal).
NB. Some prices are subject to change without notice, particularly
in the case of fluctuating entry/ticket prices. All prices quoted are
an estimate. VAT 22%

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