“Summer art” in Grassina: concerts and conferences

Four events from Saturday 25 June to Sunday 18 September

The cellist Elettra Gallini will be the protagonist of the evening of 25 June

After the closure of the first Season in Art, the cultural association Do.Me.A. – Women in the Professions of the Arts, based in Grassina in the municipality of Bagno a Ripoli, returns to propose the exhibition “Art in the summer”, articulated in four events from 25 June to 18 September. Concerts, conferences, book presentations and many protagonists. The actress-translator Monica Santoro, the cellist Elettra Gallini, the singers Enrico Busia, Veronica Fucci, Silvia Materassi and Caterina Poggini, the guitar masters Duccio del Matto and Francesco Siracusano and the pianist Gaia Palesati.

Thus Do.Me.A. proposes to spend some afternoons of art with the public, who can either request more information or book their seat (optional and not compulsory) at the following email address: ass.culturaledomea@gmail.com. All the events, organized at the premises of the association in via Tegolaia n ° 8 in Grassina, with free admission, are organized with the patronage of the Municipality of Bagno a Ripoli.

Below is the full program of initiatives.

Saturday 25 June at 19.00: “Strolling in the cherry garden” – Presentation of the text by Anton Cechov, Ets 2019, in the presence of the translator-actress Monica Santoro. On the cello Elettra Gallini.

Saturday 9th July at 19.00: “Music under the stars… in the garden. Music in Florence and the Maggio Musicale ”- Soprano: Silvia Materassi Piano: Gaia Palesati.

Sunday 31st July at 19.00: “Music under the stars… in the garden. Amazons and princesses: female portraits in music ”- Soprano: Veronica Fucci Guitar: Francesco Siracusano and Duccio del Matto. Piano: Gaia Palesati.

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Sunday 18th September at 18.00: “From operetta to musical, light music but not too much!” – Soprano: Caterina Poggini and Silvia Materassi Tenor: Enrico Busia Piano: Gaia Palesati.

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