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About

This event is in Italian.

Free entrance

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona).
An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

The presentations are organized by Associazione Amici del Teatro Massimo.

 

 

 

 

Programme

Carlo Fiore

presentsI Capuleti e I Montecchi by Vincenzo Bellini.

About

This event is in Italian.

Free entrance

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona).
An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

The presentations are organized by Associazione Amici del Teatro Massimo.

Programme

Alessia Cervini e Anna Tedesco

presents Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi.

About

Pianists Matteo Franceschini, Antonino Siringo

Free admission subject to availability

The 6th edition of PIANO CITY PALERMO, the piano festival that transforms the city into a big stage, with talented artists from Sicily and all over the world, will be held from October 13th to October 15th.

Piano City Palermo returns to make the city resound with the sound of the piano and lands in Palermo for its sixth edition, thanks to the city’s generous welcome.

The festival, a co-production of the City of Palermo, the Teatro Massimo and the Piano City Milano association, is dedicated to the piano and ranges across musical genres, from classical to jazz, from pop to electronic. In these years of Palermo’s lively transformation, it brings music to the most sensitive, symbolic and significant places for the city’s social life. Concerts are free admission with compulsory booking. A big thank you to the pianists participating in the initiative and to the citizens, who are the true protagonists of this festival dedicated to Palermo!

Programme

Program

Electroacoustic live-set for piano and electronics

About

This event is in Italian.

Tickets (3 euros) available at the box-office and online.

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona). An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

Photo Fausto Brigantino

Programme

Beatrice Monroy

presents Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi with Rinaldo Clementi and Stefania Blandeburgo

About

This event is in Italian.

Free entrance

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona).
An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

The concert presentations are organized by Associazione Amici del Teatro Massimo

Relatore

Ilaria Grippaudo

About

dai 10 ai 16 anni

Ideazione, regia e coreografia Lucia Ermetto

 

Cast

Frida Francesca Davoli (25, 27 ore 10.00) / Giada Scimemi (26, 27 ore 11.30)
Diego Rivera Diego Millesimo (25, 27 ore 10.00) / Daniele Chiodo (26, 27 ore 11.30)
Cristina, sorella di Frida Giada Scimemi (25, 27 ore 10.00) / Francesca Davoli (26, 27 ore 11.30)
Alter ego di Diego Rivera Benedetto Oliva
Stati d’animo di Frida Simona Filippone, Romina Leone, Valentina Zaja

Corpo di ballo del Teatro Massimo
Direttore del Corpo di ballo Jean-Sébastien Colau

Biglietti

Ridotto studenti: 4 €
Intero: 10 €
Per maggiori informazioni

Lo spettacolo in breve

La trama

Uno spettacolo unico e coinvolgente che ci porterà alla scoperta della straordinaria vita e arte di una delle artiste più iconiche del XX secolo, simbolo di forza, passione e determinazione. Attraverso la danza, la musica e il teatro, esploreremo le sfaccettature più profonde di Frida Kahlo: le sue sfide personali, il suo rapporto con la diversità, le relazioni intense, la passione per il Messico.

Ph. Rosellina Garbo

Questo è uno spettacolo per i gruppi scolastici e le famiglie.
Per le recite infrasettimanali le scuole devono prenotare compilando il modulo.
QUI tutte le informazioni sul progetto Educational per le scuole. 

Eventuali biglietti disponibili per le recite infrasettimanali saranno messi in vendita presso la biglietteria la mattina stessa dello spettacolo.

About

This event is in Italian.

Tickets (3 euros) available at the box-office and online.

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona). An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

Photo Fausto Brigantino

Programme

Beatrice Monroy

presents Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini with Gigi Borruso and Consuelo Lupo

About

January 23-26 2024 | Sala degli Stemmi

Concept, direction and choreography Lucia Ermetto

Teatro Massimo Ballet
Ballet Director Jean-Sébastien Colau

 

Tickets

Reduced price for students: 4 €
Full price: 10 €
For further information

The show in brief

The plot

A unique and engaging show that will take us on a journey of discovery into the extraordinary life and art of one of the most iconic artists of the 20th century, a symbol of strength, passion and determination. Through dance, music and theatre, we will explore the deepest facets of Frida Kahlo: her personal challenges, intense relationships, passion for Mexico and her political commitment.

This is an events for school groups.

In case seats are available to the general audience, they will be on sale on the same day of performance at the box-office.

About

This event is in Italian.

Free entrance

You can access the Sala Onu through the stairs located in the stage door area (on the right side of the main entrance, close to Via Pignatelli Aragona).
An accessible pathway, with no steps and the elevator, is also available (ask the staff for guidance).

The presentations are organized by Associazione Amici del Teatro Massimo.

Programme

Ilaria Grippaudo

presents Madama Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini.