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From Turkey to Germany history is acted out in Milan
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For centuries, on the morning of 6th January, a crowd
of people waits for a procession led by three kings,
elegantly dressed in period costume who walk from
Piazza del Duomo to the Basilica of Sant’Eustorgio.
They are followed by a band, shepherds, ladies in costume and people on horseback along via Torino and
then down Porta Ticinese to the basilica of San Lorenzo. After a brief stop, the colourful convoy continues
accompanied by King Herod and a troop of soldiers
to its final destination - the basilica of Sant’Eustorgio
– where the three kings deliver their gifts to a newborn baby who with its mother and father, await their
arrival on a stage for all to see.
The 6th January isn’t a random date; it’s the day on
which Christians around the world commemorate the
arrival of the Three Kings to that famous stable in
Bethlehem with their precious gifts for the baby Jesus. This 1300 year old Milanese tradition has a history that dates back even further and is even more
extraordinary.
The cosy cloister used in summer
for concerts and events
and the bell tower with the star on top
Let’s travel back to the year 340 AD, when Milan was
burdened with religious riots between followers of
Roman Catholicism and fans of Arianism. To settle
the disputes, Emperor Constans gave a noble Greek
named Eustorgius the task of uniting the conflicting
groups. After his success, he was rewarded with another difficult task, to bring a very special gift to the
newly reconciled people of Milan. This was not just
any parcel, but an enormous marble sarcophagus
containing the remains of the Three Kings which the
Emperor’s grandmother had procured from the Holy
Land some years before.
Eustorgius was then obliged to transport the weighty
gift over land and sea, back to Milan on a cart pulled
by two strong cows. When he arrived in Milan, he decided to erect a chapel to house his important prize.
The chapel grew over the years into an imposing basilica and a significant monastery.
Sadly Milan was completely destroyed in March 1162
by the devastating violence of Emperor Frederick Barbarossa. The Archbishop of Cologne - Rainald Von
Dassel seized the opportunity to grab the venerable
remains of the Three Kings and take them to Germany leaving the giant ancient sarcophagus empty in
the right wing of the basilica. The Milanese are bitter
about it to this day.
Since the laying of the first stone, the basilica has
been rebuilt many times before becoming one of Milan’s most significant sacred sites with its important
monastery. Today the monastery is no longer inhabited by monks, instead its walls house a splendid Museum.
The Diocesan Museum collection features over 900
works of art of which almost 600 are on public display and divided into various sections. The Quadreria
Arcivescovile gallery includes paintings by Tintoretto,
Guido Reni, Giulio Cesare Procaccini, Alessandro Magnasco and Francesco Hayez. There are landscapes
and perspectives dating back to the late 1600’s and
the early 1770’s as well as several works from the
Diocese itself dating from the 6th to the 19th century.
This nucleus of works grew with the addition of a section dedicated to another important figure in Milan’s
religious history - Saint Ambrose – featuring beautiful
hand crafted gold items. Among these is the Capsella
(shrine) from the 4th century – a small silver embossed box measuring 20 centimetres square which
was possibly used by the saint in the year 386, and
after gifted to emperor Honorius.
(on the right).
The Fondi Oro (Gold Back) section stands out for its
collection of paintings on a golden background which
were produced mainly in Tuscany during the 14th and
15th centuries, it also features sculptures and paintings and significant religious gold craft.
The Museum also exhibits pieces by twentieth-century artists. An entire area is dedicated to the contemporary artist Lucio Fontana whilst a new part opened
in September this year features pieces by well-known
sculptors Floriano Bodini, Luciano Minguzzi and Francesco Messina.
In addition to its own collections, the museum has
also hosted several important exhibitions featuring
paintings from all over the world.
The Diocesan Museum offers a unique chance to appreciate art in an extraordinary, symbolic setting. It
also offers initiatives for younger art fans thanks to its
educational department which organises guided tours
combined with art workshops for schools and families.
During the week, the museum opens its doors to the
city, presenting a variety of different cultural events
including concerts, lectures, conferences and art history lessons, whilst in the summer guests can enjoy
music in the cool shade of the cloisters.
Anyone visiting this historic complex must cast their
gaze up towards the top of the bell tower; there you
will see that the traditional cross has been replaced
by an artistic iron star, inviting people to continue following the celestial guiding comet as the Three Kings
did centuries ago.
Samantha Candeggi
Museo Diocesano
Corso di Porta Ticinese, 95
Te. 0289420019
www.museodiocesano.it
www.facebook.com/MuseoDiocesano
www.twitter.com/MUDIMilano
The silver shrine probably gifted to
Saint Ambrose by the pope
in the year 386
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4th January 2014: Saturday
January highlights
I giorni della Merla
(The days of the Blackbird)
According to Milanese tradition, the last three days of
January (29, 30 and 31), are the three coldest days of
the year. Also according to tradition, if the days of the
blackbird are very cold, spring will be lovely; otherwise it
will arrive late. It seems that Merla was the name given
to a large cannon that could not be transported across the
Po River on a boat, in order to carry it across they had to
wait for the river to freeze.
16.00: Symphony music. Symphony n. 9 by
Beethoven, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di
Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Zhang Xian;
Coro Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, choirmaster
Erina Gambarini, with Nazanin Ezazi, soprano; Deborah Nansteel, mezzo-soprano; Gregory Warren, tenor; Rudolf Rosen, bass. €13/50. Auditorium di Milano,
Largo Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2
Porta Genova + bus 59
Biancoinverno in the city
There are four places in the city dedicated to ice skating.
Piazza Gae Aulenti has an ice rink open until the 2nd of
March from 10.00 to 24.00.
Until January 12th at the Indro Montanelli gardens,
in the Villaggio delle Meraviglie, from 10.00 to 20.00
and Piazza Maciachini/Imbonati till the 5th of February.
Another rink at the Fabbrica del Vapore is open until March
9th, all day from 10.00 to 20.00 and extended evening
openings until midnight on Thursday and Saturday. Here
there is also a food court open to the public, “La Piccola Svizzera”, a lovely wooden chalet which recreates the
charm of the mountains, with the possibility to taste the
real raclette, the Swiss dish made by heating cheese and
scraping off (racler) the melted part, vin brulè (mulled
wine) and other traditional Nordic and Swiss dishes.
Musicals sung in Italian
From 1 to 19 January. “Grease” by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey sung in Italian. From 30 January to 16 February. “Frankenstein Junior” by Mel Brooks and Thomas
Meehan. €33/55. Reduction for under 14s, over 70s and
students. For dates, times and tickets: www.ticketone.it.
Teatro della Luna, Via Giuseppe Di Vittorio, Assago(MI) •
M2 Assago Forum (round-trip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
From 23 January to 2 February. “Romeo e Giulietta”
music by Gérard Presgurvic. From Tues. to Fri. 21.00; Sat.
21.00, 16.00; Sun. 17.00. €20/57. Linear4Ciak, Piazzale
Cuoco corner Viale Puglie • M3 Corvetto, bus 84, 93
On January 1st 17.30; 3rd and 4th 20.45; 5th 15.30; 6th
17.30. “My Fair Lady” by Friederick Loewe and Alan J.
Lerner. €22/54. Teatro Nuovo, Piazza San Babila 37 • M1
San Babila
22.30: Live pop, rock. The Vacheroba band, with
Roberto Conti, bass; Gianmarco Trevisan, guitar; Marcello Schena, drums; Michele Fazio, keyboards. €10.
Salumeria della Musica, Via Pasinetti 2 (corner with
Via Ripamonti) • M2 Famagosta then bus 95 eastwards
17.00: Ballet. “Swan Lake” by Tchaikovsky, performed
by the Moscow Ballet “La Classique”, with 40 artists
from the Bolshoj and Kirov theatres. €25/34. Teatro
Carcano, Corso di Porta Romana 63 • M3 Porta Romana
2nd January 2014: Thursday
20.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts by the
choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Roberto Bolle.
“Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj
Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. “DSCH” music
by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by Teatro alla Scala,
with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera” world premiere
performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
16.00, 20.30: Live pop. Martina Stoessel, accompanied by the original cast from the series, performs the
Argentine soap opera “Violetta” by Disney. €45/172.
Mediolanum Forum, Via Di Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2
Assago Forum (round-trip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
20.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts
by the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Roberto Bolle. “Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov.
“DSCH” music by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by
Teatro alla Scala, with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera”
world premiere performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala
• M1/3 Duomo
20.45: Performance. “The Best of Image” by the
Black Light Theatre Image from Prague. A performance that mixes black theatre, pantomime and
modern dance based on popular traditions from the
Czech Republic. Music by Zdeněk Zdeněk, choreography by Eva Asterová. €16/25. Teatro Manzoni, Via
Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Claudio Baglioni. €48/80. Teatro degli Arcimboldi,
Viale dell’Innovazione 20 • M5 Bicocca; M1 Precotto +
tram 7; bus 86, 87
22.00: Live blues, rock. Blues Anytime. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
5th January 2014: Sunday
15.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts
by the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Roberto Bolle. “Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov.
“DSCH” music by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by
Teatro alla Scala, with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera”
world premiere performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala
• M1/3 Duomo
Theatre performances
Until 6 January. “Murmures des Murs” by Aurélia Thierrée from the famous Cirque Invisible who has created a
show: a fusion of circus and theatre, elegant, delicate,
whimsical, witty, farcical and mysterious, in which she
weaves her imaginative actions with the dancer Jaime
Martinez and the clown-acrobat Magnus Jakobsson.
Tues.–Fri.20.30; Sat.19.30; Sun. and public holidays
16.00. Until 19 January. “Il Colore dei Gesti-Sinfonia
Mediterraneo.” A multimedia presentation that portrays
the work of luthiers, fishermen, glassblowers, potters,
weavers, vintners, restorers, doll-makers, bookbinders,
blacksmiths, tanners and many other characters that form
a large fresco of manual tasks.Tues.–Sat.10.30-18.30;
Sun. and public holidays 10.30-15.30. A limited number
can enter every thirty minutes. From 31 January to 2
February. “Kodò-Il battito del cuore.” Japanese drums
and dancers from the island of Sado. Teatro dell’Arte,
Viale Alemagna 6 • M1/2 Cadorna; bus 61; tram 1
Puppet theatre with music
From 2 to 6 January. “Il Bacio della Fata” in Italian,
with music by Stravinskij and Tchaikovsy performed by
the puppeteers Compagnia Marionettistica Carlo Colla &
Figli. €17/25; reduction for over 60s and under 12s. Piccolo Teatro Grassi, Via Rovello 2 • M1 Cordusio/Cairoli,
tram 1, 3,16,19,27
Nando Orfei Circus
Until 13 January, 17.30, 21.00: A cross between the
Cirque du Soleil and the films of Fellini, with jugglers, acrobats and clowns. €10/30. IdroPark, Idroscalo, Via Circonvallazione, Segrate (Milano) • Bus 73, 183, 927
Street Art
Milan has established an online platform for the management of street art, which enables the online booking of
more than 200 public spaces dedicated to this purpose.
The initiative’s success is demonstrated by the arrival of
street artists from all around the world in the city. The
youngest is an 18 year-old Russian, the oldest a 50 yearold from Switzerland, others are: Spanish, German, Argentine, American, Belgian, Belorussian, Polish, Dutch
and French. [email protected] (milano.stradaperta.it/start.
htm)
20.45: Performance. “The Best of Image” by the
Black Light Theatre Image from Prague. A performance that mixes black theatre, pantomime and
modern dance based on popular traditions from the
Czech Republic. Music by Zdeněk Zdeněk, choreography by Eva Asterová. €16/25. Teatro Manzoni, Via
Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.30: Music party. Everything priced at €3. Admission free. Admission with annual membership card. Arci
Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate
(MI) • Bus 73 San Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
3rd January 2014: Friday
20.00: Opera. “La Traviata” by Giuseppe Verdi, a
new Teatro alla Scala production, with Daniele Gatti, conductor. €13/210. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della
Scala • M1/3 Duomo
20.30: Live pop. Martina Stoessel, accompanied by
the original cast from the series, performs the Argentine soap opera “Violetta” by Disney. €45/172. Mediolanum Forum, Via Di Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2
Assago Forum (round-trip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
20.45: Performance. “The Best of Image” by the
Black Light Theatre Image from Prague. A performance that mixes black theatre, pantomime and
modern dance based on popular traditions from the
Czech Republic. Music by Zdeněk Zdeněk, choreography by Eva Asterová. €16/25. Teatro Manzoni, Via
Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Claudio Baglioni. €48/80. Teatro degli Arcimboldi,
Viale dell’Innovazione 20 • M5 Bicocca; M1 Precotto +
tram 7; bus 86, 87
22.00: Live pop from the 1950’s. Elli Duo Acustico.
Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento
Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
15.30: Operetta in Italian. “Die lustige Witwe” by
Franz Lehár, performed by the “Compagnia Corrado
Abbati”, €25/34. Teatro Carcano, Corso di Porta Romana 63 • M3 Porta Romana
15.30: Performance. “The Best of Image” by the
Black Light Theatre Image from Prague. A performance that mixes black theatre, pantomime and
modern dance based on popular traditions from the
Czech Republic. Music by Zdeněk Zdeněk, choreography by Eva Asterová. €16/25. Teatro Manzoni, Via
Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Claudio Baglioni. €48/80. Teatro degli Arcimboldi,
Viale dell’Innovazione 20 • M5 Bicocca; M1 Precotto +
tram 7; bus 86, 87
6th January 2014: Monday
Epiphany, Italian National Holiday
15.00: Premier League Football. Milan versus Atalanta. Stadio Meazza San Siro, Via Piccolomini 5 • M1
Lotto + Bus 49
15.30: Operetta in Italian. “Ein Walzertraum” by
Oskar Straus, performed by the “Compagnia Corrado
Abbati”, €25/34. Teatro Carcano, Corso di Porta Romana 63 • M3 Porta Romana
15.30: Performance. “The Best of Image” by the
Black Light Theatre Image from Prague. A performance that mixes black theatre, pantomime and
modern dance based on popular traditions from the
Czech Republic. Music by Zdeněk Zdeněk, choreography by Eva Asterová. €16/25. Teatro Manzoni, Via
Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
17.30: Baroque music. “Weihnachtsoratorium” by
J.S.Bach, performed by Ensemble La Barocca orchestra, conducted by Ruben Jais; and Vocal Ensemble,
with choirmaster Gianluca Capuano. €13/25. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San
Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Claudio Baglioni. €40/80. Mediolanum Forum, Via Di
Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2 Assago Forum (roundtrip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
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15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English. “Austenland” directed by J. Hess starring K. Russel, J. J.
Field. €4.50/6.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia
11 • M1 Porta Venezia
19.00: Live heavy metal. Lamb of God. €30. Alcatraz, Via Valtellina 25 • Passante Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus 91-92
8th January 2014: Wednesday
19.30: Dinner and dance. Mazurka, Scottish, Polka
... dancing and traditional food. Admission with 2014
annual membership card. Arci, La Scighera, Via Candiani 131• Passante Bovisa, Tram 3, Bus 92 and 82
9th January 2014: Thursday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English. “Austenland” directed by J. Hess starring K. Russel, J. J. Field. €4.50/6.50. Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova F.S., or tram 14
18.00: Art exhibition inauguration. Solo show by
the Bulgarian painter Sophia Schama, born in Sofia
and naturalized German, presenting her latest work.
Admission free. Galleria Studio D’Arte Cannaviello,
Via Stoppani 15 • filobus 92; tram 23; bus 60
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Mozart and Rachmaninov, performed by Orchestra del Conservatorio
Arrigo Boito di Parma, with Roberto Cappello, piano.
€10/15. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
22.00: Open stage. Blues jam session. Opened by
Gerry Gey Blues Direction. After, all musicians are invited on stage if equipped with their own instrument.
Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento
Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
21.00: Live folk, jazz, blues. Carolyn Mas. €14. SpazioTeatro89, Via Fratelli Zoia 89 • M1 Bisceglie + bus 78
21.00, 23.30: Live concert. Tania Maria Trio.
€32/37. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Live rock. Linea 77. Admission €5 with annual membership card. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus 73 San Babila
M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
22.00: Live rock, blues The Vipers Trio. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
12th January 2014: Sunday
11.00: Symphony music. Music by Casella, Bartók,
De Falla, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Giuseppe Grazioli.
€13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler
1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
11.00: Chamber music. Music by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, performed by Mirko Guadagnini,tenor;
Stefano Barneschi, violin; Riccardo Doni, fortepiano.
€12/15. Palazzina Liberty, Largo Marinai d’Italia •
Tram 12, 27; bus 60, 73, 62, 45, 66, 92
15.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
17.00: Chamber
music.
Music by Copland,
Bloch,
S h o s t a kov i c h ,
performed
by
Trio
Eclettica,
with Giulia Cerra, violin; Valeria Sirangelo,
cello; Giuseppina Coni, piano.
€10/13. Società
Umanitaria, Salone degli affreschi, Via San
Barnaba 48 •
M1 San Babila +
bus 73; M3 Crocetta
10th January 2014: Friday
20.00: Symphony music. Music by Lutoslawski,
Bartok, Martinsson, Dvořak, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted
by Zhang Xian. €13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
21.00: Chamber music. Concert by the winners
of the Beltrami prize. Music by Beethoven, and Rachmaninov, performed by Trio Gaudì, with Demian
Baraldi, violin; Francesca Montini, cello; Roberta Punzi, piano. Music by Stravinskij and Kacaturjan, performed by Trio Contrasti, with Alessandro Lamperti, flute; Marcello Miramonti, violin; Maria Dolores
Gaitàn, piano. Admission free. Amici del Loggione del
Teatro alla Scala, Via Silvio Pellico 6, 2nd floor • M1/3
Duomo
21.00, 23.30: Live concert. Tania Maria Trio.
€32/37. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
21.30: Live pop, rock. The Gianni Coscia Quartet.
€10. Salumeria della Musica, Via Pasinetti 2 (corner
with Via Ripamonti) • M2 Famagosta then bus 95 eastwards
22.00: Live blues. R’n Beer Duo. Free admission,
drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
00.30: Open mic. For 5 minutes the stage is open to
all artists, especially to amateurs and enthusiasts, not
necessarily professionals equipped with their own instruments. Admission with annual membership card.
Arci, La Scighera, Via Candiani 131• Passante Bovisa,
Tram 3, Bus 92 and 82
11th January 2014: Saturday
15.00-20.00: Photo exhibition inauguration. The
show is dedicated to the Losanna ECAL school, which
coaches visual artists, graphic designers, filmmakers
and photographers. Here the students can create in
total freedom, call into question traditional genres,
explore new territories and experiment new means of
communication. Admission free. Galleria Carla Sozzani, Corso Como 10 • M2 Moscova
20.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts
by the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Massimo Murru. “Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov.
“DSCH” music by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by
Teatro alla Scala, with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera”
world premiere performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala
• M1/3 Duomo
20.30 Light dinner, followed at 22.00 by: Live music for dancing. Giuliano Ligabue Swing Trio, with
Giuliano Ligabue, guitar; Mario Zara, piano; Michele
Mazzoni, bass; Walter Ganda, special guest, drums.
Booking recommended, cell. 334-3112926. €10, plus
annual membership card. Jumpin’ Jazz Cultural Association, Viale Monza 140 (first floor) • M1 Gorla
21.00: Symphony music. Bramwell Tovey, the conductor of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Los
Angeles Philharmonic and the New York Philharmonic
presents, as a world premier in Milan, his last composition Pale Hands besides the Shalimar, performed by
the Orchestra dell’Università degli Studi di Milano, in
which he will also be the piano soloist. Tovey will continue conducting symphony n. 64 Tempora mutantur
by Haydn and symphony n. 7 by Beethoven. Admission free. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler
1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Live concert. Alti e Bassi. €20/25. Blue Note,
Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
15th January 2014: Wednesday
18.00: Premier League Football. Milan versus Spezia. Stadio Meazza San Siro, Via Piccolomini 5 • M1 Lotto + Bus 49
20.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts
by the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Massimo Murru. “Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov.
“DSCH” music by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by
Teatro alla Scala, with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera”
world premiere performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala
• M1/3 Duomo
20.30: Opera. “La Bohème” by Giacomo Puccini, performed by Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana, conducted
by Alessandro Arigoni. €12/25. Teatro Elfo Puccini,
Corso Buenos Aires 33 • M1Porta Venezia/Lima
21.00: Live concert. Fabio Accardi Collective ft.
Bebo Ferra. €20/25. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2
Gioia
13th January 2014: Monday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.15: Film in English. “The Wolf Of Wall Street” directed by M. Scorsese;
starring L. Di Caprio, M. McConaughey. €4.50/6.50.
Cinema Anteo, Via Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and
buses: 11, 33, 41, 43, 94
21.00: Premier League Football. Inter versus
Chievo. Stadio Meazza San Siro, Via Piccolomini 5 •
M1 Lotto + Bus 49
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Beethoven/Kissine, Weinberg, Tchaikovsy, Piazzolla/Pushkarev, performed by Kremerata Baltica, conducted by Gidon
Kremer. €15/20. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Piano recital.
Music by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, performed by
Vladislav Kern, piano. Admission free. Auditorium
Gaber, Grattacielo Pirelli,
Regione Lombardia, Piazza Duca d’Aosta 3 • M2/3
Centrale
21.00: Piano recital. Music by Musorgskij, Alkan, Rachmaninov, performed by Olga Kern, piano.
€25/30. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Quintorigo. €22/27. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
16th January 2014: Thursday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.15: Film in English. “The Wolf Of Wall Street” directed by M. Scorsese;
starring L. Di Caprio, M. McConaughey. €4.50/6.50.
Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova
F.S., or tram 14
17.00: Opera soloist performance. Admission
free. Teatro alla Scala, Arturo Toscanini foyer, Piazza
della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
14th January 2014: Tuesday
15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.15: Film in English. “The
Wolf Of Wall Street” directed by M. Scorsese; starring
L. Di Caprio, M. McConaughey. €4.50/6.50. Cinema
Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
20.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
18.00: Art exhibition inauguration. “Parole Concrete” solo show by the ceramist Antonella Ravagli.
Admission free. Galleria RBcontemporary, Foro Buonaparte 46 • M1Cairoli, M2 Lanza
18.30: Art exhibition inauguration. “Epitome/
Head/Fear” by the contemporary artist Marco Bongiorni, presenting installations, drawings, sculptures
and paintings, in a new exhibition centre on 4 floors.
Admission free. Galleria Rivoli2, Fondazione per l’Arte
Contemporanea, Via Rivoli 2 • M2 Lanza
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20.00: Ballet. “Serata Ratmansky” in three parts
by the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, étoile Massimo Murru. “Russian Season”, performed by the Moscow Bol’sˇoj Theatre, music by Leonid Desyatnikov.
“DSCH” music by Dmitrij Šostakovič, performed by
Teatro alla Scala, with Davide Cabassi, piano. “Opera”
world premiere performance, music by Leonid Desyatnikov. €11/127. Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala
• M1/3 Duomo
20.30: Symphony music. Music by Strauss and
Beethoven, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di
Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by John Axelrod.
€13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler
1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Orbán, Bartók,
Rózsavölgyi, Veress and Liszt performed by The Budapest String Chamber Orchestra. €10/15. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live concert. Danilo Minotti, guitar; Marco
Brioschi, trumpet, saxhorn; Marco Ricci, bass and
double bass; Max Furian, drums. €15. Salumeria della
Musica, Via Pasinetti 2 (corner with Via Ripamonti) •
M2 Famagosta then bus 95 eastwards
21.30: Live rock, desert blues. The Nigerien musician Goumour Almoctar aka Bombino. Admission €10
with annual membership card. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus 73 San
Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
21.00: Live concert. Matteo Brancaleoni. €22/27.
Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Open stage. Blues jam session. Opened by
On The Road. After, all musicians are invited on stage
if equipped with their own instrument. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
17th January 2014: Friday
20.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
20.00: Symphony music. Music by Strauss and
Beethoven, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di
Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by John Axelrod.
€13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler
1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Live concert. Luca Jurman. €22/30. Blue
Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Live concert. Trashick. Admission €5 with
annual membership card. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus 73 San
Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
22.00: Live singer-songwriter concert. Francesco
Mauro Trio. Free admission, drinks purchase required.
Fermento Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
22.00: Live jazz, blues, funk. The Hawks, with Lucio Omar Falco, bass, singer; Giampiero Spina, guitar; El. Luigi Scuri, drums. Free admission, drinks
purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub, Via Camillo
Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
19th January 2014: Sunday
11.00: Live jazz, Italian premiere performance.
The Aaron Diehl Quartet, with Aaron Diehl, piano; Warren Wolf, vibraphone; David Wong, double bass; Rodney Green, drums. €8/12. Teatro Manzoni, Via Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
11.00: Chamber music. Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, performed by Marcello Gatti, flute; Ulrike Fischer, violin; Alice Bisanti, viola; Paolo Ballanti,
cello. €12/15. Palazzina Liberty, Largo Marinai d’Italia
• Tram 12, 27; bus 60, 73, 62, 45, 66, 92
11.00: Concert. Music performed by Richárd Kresz
and Antal Endre Nagy, trumpet; János Benyus, horn;
Attila Sztán, trombone; József Bazsinka jr., tuba.
€7/14. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1,
(Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
16.00: Symphony music. Music by Strauss and
Beethoven, performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di
Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by John Axelrod.
€13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler
1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
16.00: Chamber music. Music by Bach, performed
by I Cameristi della Scala, with Marco Zoni, flute;
Francesco Manara, violin; Flavio Alzati, flute. €5/12.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
20.45: Premier League Football. Milan versus Hellas Verona. Stadio Meazza San Siro, Via Piccolomini 5
• M1 Lotto + Bus 49
21.00: Live jazz, blues, soul. CopaRoom. €27. Blue
Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
20th January 2014: Monday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English. “Blue Jasmine” directed by W. Allen; starring C.
Blanchett, A. Baldwin. €4.50/6.50. Cinema Anteo, Via
Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and buses: 11, 33, 41,
43, 94
20.30: Live concert. Dream Theater. €40/50. Mediolanum Forum, Via Di Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2
Assago Forum (round-trip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
21.00: Piano recital. Music by Schumann and
Beethoven, performed by Olli Mustonen, piano.
€10/15. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio
12 • M1 San Babila
18th January 2014: Saturday
15.30: Classical string music for children. Performed by Orchestra d’Archi de laVerdi, conducted by
Kirill Vishniakov. €8/15. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
16.45: Organ music and poetry in Italian. The
music “Beate Martyr, prospera” performed by Giulio
Mercati, organ. Readings by the poet Sandro Boccardi. Admission free. Basilica of San Vincenzo in Prato,
Piazzetta Beria di Argentine corner of via San Calocero • M3 Crocetta
20.30 Light dinner, followed at 22.00 by: Live music for dancing. Egidio Ingala Blues Band. Booking
recommended, cell. 334-3112926. €10, plus annual
membership card. Jumpin’ Jazz Cultural Association,
Viale Monza 140 (first floor) • M1 Gorla
20.30: Band music. Performed by Filarmonica Paganelli, conducted by Donatella Azzarelli; and by Associazione Musicale Gaudenzio dell’Oca, conducted by
Savino Acquaviva. €5/10. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
21.00, 23.30: Live jazz, blues, soul. Paolo Belli &
Big Band. €27/32. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2
Gioia
21.30: Live manouche. Performed by the
Woody Gipsy Band, playing two guitars, a cajon, a
double bass and a blow-organ. Admission free, with
annual membership card, donation welcome. Arci, La
Scighera, Via Candiani 131• Passante Bovisa, Tram 3,
Bus 92 and 82
22.00: Live concert. C.O.V. Admission €10 with annual membership card. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus 73 San Babila
M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Brahms, Britten,
Franck, performed by the Bright Duo, with Nikolay
Shugaev, cello and Fatima Alieva, piano. Admission
free. Auditorium Gaber, Grattacielo Pirelli, Regione
Lombardia, Piazza Duca d’Aosta 3 • M2/3 Centrale
21.00: Live light music, jazz, blues, soul. Ludovico Einaudi. €27/45. Teatro degli Arcimboldi, Viale
dell’Innovazione 20 • M5 Bicocca; M1 Precotto + tram
7; bus 86, 87
21st January 2014: Tuesday
15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English. “Blue
Jasmine” directed by W. Allen; starring C. Blanchett,
A. Baldwin. €4.50/6.50. Cinema Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
20.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Renzo Rubino. €25. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2
Gioia
22nd January 2014: Wednesday
21.00: Piano recital.
Music
by
Prokofiev and Mozart, performed by
Massimiliano
Ferrati, piano. €20/25.
Conservatorio, Sala
Verdi, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San
Babila
21.00: Live pop. Chiara. €30. Blue Note, Via Borsieri
37 • M2 Gioia
21.30: Live concert. Muchachito y sus Compadres.
Admission €8 with annual membership card. Arci Magnolia, Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate
(MI) • Bus 73 San Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino.
23rd January 2014: Thursday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English. “Blue Jasmine” directed by W. Allen; starring C.
Blanchett, A. Baldwin. €4.50/6.50. Cinema Mexico,
Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova F.S., or tram 14
21.00: Two art exhibition
inaugurations. “Portraits” solo
show with three large
canvases by the American artist Jackie Saccoccio. “Shakti,” the
primordial cosmic energy, is the title of a
collective show featuring works by 24 internationally
acclaimed
emerging and established female artists.
Admission free. Galleria Brand New Gallery, Via Farini 32 • M1
Cairoli + tram 4; M3
Turati or M2 Moscova
+ bus 94
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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
• Driving, parking
• Airports
• Malpensa (airport code MXP): Terminal 1 is used by
most of the major airlines. Terminal 2 is much smaller.
General airport information: tel. 02.7485.2200 (call centre). Website www.sea-aeroportimilano.it. Transport to
Malpensa: “Malpensa Express” train service from Stazione
Cadorna railway station. Trains run from 4.57 to 22.50 approximately every half-hour, with extra trips outside these
times by bus. Journey time 40 mins. Cost: €11. Malpensa
Express info 199.151.152, www.malpensaexpress.it, or
“Customer Care” office at Cadorna station (7.00-20.00
Mon-Fri, open at different times on Sat and Sun). The
“Malpensa Shuttle” coach service runs every 20 minutes
(fewer trips early and late) from 4.15 until 00.30, from
Milan Central Station, Piazza Luigi di Savoia. €7. Approx
50 minutes. Info: 02.5858.3185, 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 Luigi di Savoia. €7.50 Approx 60 minutes.
Info: www.autostradale.it.
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.
02.7485.2200 (call centre). Website 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 23.44. A coach service runs from
the Central Station, Piazza Luigi di Savoia, every halfhour approx. from 5.40 to 21.35. Journey time 25 minutes. By taxi from the city centre, €30 circa.
• Orio al Serio (near Bergamo, airport code BGY): Call
centre 035.32.63.23, website www.sacbo.it Transport to
Orio al Serio: a coach service run by Autostradale leaves
from Milan Central Station, Piazza Luigi di Savoia, every
day, from 4.00 to 23.30, every 30-40 minutes. The trip
takes 1 hour. €8.90. Info 035.318.472, 02.3391.0794.
By taxi: as per taximeter, around €95.
• 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.
• Changing money
Banks: open Mon-Fri, circa 8.30-13.30; 14.45-15.45.
There are other 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
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.
• Emergencies
Police: phone 113. Carabinieri (another police force):
phone 112. Ambulance: phone 118. Fire brigade: phone
115. In case of stolen goods or documents, you will need
to contact the police station, Questura, in Via Fatebenefratelli 11 (MM3 Turati), tel. 02.62.261. Consulates will
advise on procedures.
• Guided tours
Personalized tours are offered by “A Friend in Milan” (see
space last page). Autostradale runs a three-hour coach
tour runs 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 visits
to the most important monuments. Cost €55 per person. Info at www.autostradale.it, or from the tourist office in Piazza Duomo. Autostradale runs a trip to Como,
every Saturday, 14.00-19.00, from 18 April to 25 July,
and from 29 August to 24 October. Start from Piazza
Duomo, Milan, €60, info as above. Zani Viaggi runs a
variety of coach tours, to Milan (sightseeing), Bergamo,
Como, Venice, Cinque Terre, Verona, Gardaland amusement park. 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
Hotel information is available from the IAT, Piazza Castello
1 (M1 Cairoli). Tel. 02.77.40.43.43. Open Mon-Fri 9.0018.00, Sat 9.00-13.30/14.00-18.00, Sun 9.00-13.30,
14.00-17.00. and from IAT Central Station (M2/3 Centrale
F.S.) Tel. 02.77.40.43.18. Open Mon-Fri 9.00-18.00, Sat
9.00-13.30/14.00-18.00, Sun 9.00-13.30, 14.00-17.00.
Hotel booking agencies: www.initalia.it, site in four languages; CPHI “HotelMe”, toll-free number 800.015772,
or +39.02.29531605, www.hotelme.it. In Italy, hotels
are classified from 1 star to 5 star de luxe (though the
Town House in the Galleria displays its seven-star rating).
Classifications are based on specific parameters such as
staff, room sizes and facilities.
• 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 S.
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],
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). Nonemergency telephone inquiries from 2 to 4 pm Monday
through Friday.
• Left luggage
Central Station (piazza Duca d’Aosta), Deposito Bagagli
in Galleria delle Partenze (up the stairs). Open every day,
closed from 01.00 am to 06.00 am. You will be asked to
present a valid ID to store and to pick up your luggage.
There are also left luggage facilities at Malpensa and Orio
al Serio airports. There are some rather impractical lockers, often out of order, at Cadorna railway station.
• 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!
Consulates
Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Bangladesh
Belgium
Bolivia
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Brazil
C. African Rep.
Chile
China
Colombia
Croatia
Cuba
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominican Rep.
Egypt
Eire
El Salvador
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Finland
France
Gabon
Gambia
Germany
Piazza Duomo, 17 Via Rovello 11
Via Agnello 2
Via Borgogna 2
Piazza Liberty, 8/4
Piazza Missori 3
Via Turati 12
Viale Elvezia 10
Via Galvani 21
Corso Europa 12
Via Asiago 43
Via S. Pietro all’Orto 11
Via Benaco 4
Foro Buonaparte 12
Via Dante 9
Via Pirelli 30
Via Ampère 112
Via Morgagni 20
Via Ariosto 30
Corso Buenos Aires 64
Via Porpora 26
Piazza S. Pietro in Gessate 2
Via Botta 19
Via Temperanza 4
Via Leopardi, 28
Foro Buonaparte 53
Via Mangili 1
Via L. di Breme 48
Via Fontana 4
Via Solferino 40
tel. 02.86.46.74.23
tel. 02.72.00.32.66
tel. 02.7772.9420
tel. 02 776 74217
tel. 02.7631.6105
tel. 02.8055.353
tel. 02.2906.2062
tel. 02.3319.127
tel. 02.6698.2707
tel. 02.777.107
tel. 02.2578.297
tel. 02.7601.6070
tel. 02.5520.306
tel. 02.7200.3872
tel. 02.8051.772
tel. 02.6739.1344
tel. 02.2896.232
tel. 02.2940.3051
tel. 02.4801.2007
tel. 02.2024.0965
tel. 02.2951.0352
tel. 02.5518.8848
tel. 02.5501.7890
tel. 02.28.24.834
tel. 02.43.90.193
tel. 02.3191.071
tel. 02.655.9141
tel. 02.3800.7202
tel. 02.5411.6012
tel. 02.623.1101
Ghana
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea
Haiti
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland
India
Iran
Ivory Coast
Japan
Jordan
Kazhakistan
Korea
Kuwait
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Libya
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• Ticket info: Teatro alla Scala
useful information
page 8
January 2014
• 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), English Bookshop, Via Ariosto/Via Mascheroni (MM1 Conciliazione, tram 29/30),
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 8.0014.00, 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 7.45-19.00. 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
two-day 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 7.0001.00 (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
A book by Nicholas Stanley-Price
The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome
Its history, its people and its survival for 300 years
Contents:
• how the Cemetery has grown from its origins
in the 18th century to today’s layout, drawing on
extensive new research
• who has been buried there, with notes on over
300 of them, ranging from diplomats to dancers
and from sculptors to sailors, and an index of their
grave locations
• how it has survived various threats, such as a new
road and tramline due to be built across the oldest
graves
• how its active use today is reconciled with
increasing numbers of visitors.
More than 80 illustrations,
many of them little known
and several not previously published
Five maps specially drawn for the book
On sale online at
www.cemeteryrome.it/Stanley-PriceBook.html
E18.
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 has now been incorporated
into phone numbers. Even when you call a Milan number
from within the city of Milan, you have to include the 02
prefix. 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.
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 ticket 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 tonetype 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
Light, pop and classical music 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
Tickets for A.C. Milan’s matches can be purchased at:
• Branches of Banca Intesa
• Milan Point shop, Piazza XXIV Maggio on corner with Via San
Gottardo. Tel. 02.8942.2711, 02.8942.2567. Open Tues-Sat
10.00-19.00. Includes a bar and a shop selling A.C. Milan gadgets.
• Milan Point shop, Piazza San Fedele (entrance in Via Marino/Via Ragazzi del ’99). See also www. acmilan.com
Tickets for Inter’s matches can be purchased at:
• Banca Popolare di Milano.
You may be asked for your personal ID when buying tickets
and when at the match.
Transport: to get to the stadium before the match, MM1 Lotto
then free shuttle bus, or tram 16 from MM1 De Angeli. 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. After the game, there are
no shuttle buses, and so you can either walk to MM1 Lotto
(15-20 minutes) or to Piazzale Axum to take tram 16 back to
MM1 De Angeli or into the centre (MM1 Duomo).
• Toilets
There are public toilets (not free) in some Metro stations,
at railway stations, and in various municipal museums.
• Tourist offices
• IAT, Piazza Castello 1 (M1 Cairoli). Tel. 02.77.40.43.43.
Open Mon-Fri 9.00-18.00, Sat 9.00-13.30/14.00-18.00,
Sun 9.00-13.30, 14.00-17.00. This office provides free
information on what to see and do in the city, with leaflets, maps etc. See also www.visitamilano.it
• IAT Central Station (M2/3 Centrale F.S.) Tel.
02.77.40.43.18. Open Mon-Fri 9.00-18.00, Sat 9.0013.30/14.00-18.00, Sun 9.00-13.30, 14.00-17.00. Information, leaflets, maps, and hotel availability.
• Milan Urban Center (Galleria Vittorio Emanuele 11/12,
adjacent to 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 02.8845.6370, 02.8845.6555.
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
11.00: Orchestral music. Music performed by the
Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica, conducted by
Oliver Weder. €12/15. Palazzina Liberty, Largo Marinai d’Italia • Tram 12, 27; bus 60, 73, 62, 45, 66, 92
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29th January 2014: Wednesday
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21.00, 23.00: Live concert. Diane Schuur. €35/40.
Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
21.30: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert.
Neffa. € 15. Alcatraz, Via Valtellina 25 • Passante
Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus 91-92
22.00: Live concert. Fine Before You Came. Admission €5 with annual membership card. Arci Magnolia,
Via Circonvallazione Idroscalo 41. Segrate (MI) • Bus
73 San Babila M1-Linate Aerop.-S.Felicino
22.00: Open stage. Blues jam session. Opened by
Giusy Bloozy band. After, all musicians are invited on
stage if equipped with their own instrument. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
24th January 2014: Friday
11.00: Symphony music. Music by Scarlatti Šostakovič, Finzi, Stravinskij, Tommasini, performed
by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Giuseppe Grazioli. €7/14. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) •
M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
15.00: Premier League Football. Inter versus Catania. Stadio Meazza San Siro, Via Piccolomini 5 • M1
Lotto + Bus 49
16.00: Symphony music. Symphony n.2 by Mahler,
performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by John Axelrod; and Coro Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with choirmaster Erina Gambarini. €13/40. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
21.00: Live concert. Fabio Zeppetella American
Quartet. €20/25. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
27th January 2014: Monday
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English with Italian subtitles. “Still Life” directed by U.
Pasolini; starring E. Marsan, J. Froggatt. €4.50/6.50.
Cinema Anteo, Via Milazzo 9 • M2 Moscova, tram and
buses: 11, 33, 41, 43, 94
20.00: Symphony music. Symphony n.2 by Mahler,
performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by John Axelrod; and Coro Sinfonico di Milano Giuseppe Verdi, with choirmaster Erina Gambarini. €13/40. Auditorium di Milano, Largo
Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San Gottardo) • M2 Porta
Genova + bus 59
21.00, 23.00: Live concert. Diane Schuur. €35/40.
Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Live Brazilian music. Andrea Maia and Ermanno Principe Duo. Free admission, drinks purchase
required. Fermento Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 •
Bus 92, tram 2
26th January 2014: Sunday
20.45: Dance. “Blind Date” Traditional Tanztheater
performed by The Darmstadt State Theatre Dance
Company, directed by Mei-hong Lin. €20/30. Teatro
Manzoni, Via Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.00: Philharmonic music. Music by Dvořák and
Beethoven, performed by the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, conducted by Walter Weller, with Sophia Jaffé,
violin. €25/30. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00: Live Italian singer-songwriter concert. Antonella Ruggiero. €40/45. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
30th January 2014: Thursday
13.00, 15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English with Italian subtitles. “Still Life” directed by U.
Pasolini; starring E. Marsan, J. Froggatt. €4.50/6.50.
Cinema Mexico, Via Savona 57 • M2 Porta Genova
F.S., or tram 14
20.30: Symphony music. Symphony n.6 by Mahler,
performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski. €13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San
Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Mozart and Schubert, performed by Simonide Braconi, violin; and Hans
Fazzari, piano. €10/15. Conservatorio, Sala Verdi, Via
Conservatorio 12 • M1 San Babila
21.00, 23.00: Live jazz, blues, soul. Billy Cobham.
€32/37. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
21.00: Live concert. Danilo Minotti, guitar; Marco
Brioschi, trumpet and saxhorn; Marco Ricci bass and
double bass; Max Furian, drums. €10. Salumeria della
Musica, Via Pasinetti 2 (corner with Via Ripamonti) •
M2 Famagosta then bus 95 eastwards
21.30: Live rap/hip hop. Gué Pequeno. €20. Alcatraz, Via Valtellina 25 • Passante Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus 91-92
22.00: Open stage. Blues jam session. Opened by
Tough Time Trio. After, all musicians are invited on
stage if equipped with their own instrument. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
31st January 2014: Friday
25th January 2014: Saturday
19.00: Piano recital. Music by Debussy and Monk,
performed by Gianluca Di Ienno, piano. Admission
free. Feltrinelli book store, Piazza Piemonte 2 • M1
Wagner
20.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
20.30 Light dinner, followed at 22.00 by: Live music for dancing. Pietro Bonelli Swing Quartet. Booking recommended, cell. 334-3112926. €10, plus annual membership card. Jumpin’ Jazz Cultural Association, Viale Monza 140 (first floor) • M1 Gorla
21.00, 23.00: Live concert. Diane Schuur. €35/40.
Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Live blues, rock. Cappelletti Trio. Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento Art&Pub,
Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
22.30: Live concert. The Attakaboogie, with Andrea
Di Marco, singer; Cesare Grossi, piano; Riccardo Barbera, bass; Folco Fedele, drums; Paolo Pezzi, sax;
Gianpiero Lo Bello, trumpet. €10. Salumeria della Musica, Via Pasinetti 2 (corner with Via Ripamonti) • M2
Famagosta then bus 95 eastwards
21.00: Live metal core. A Day To Remember. €34.
Alcatraz, Via Valtellina 25 • Passante Lancetti; M3 Maciachini; trolleybus 91-92
20.45: Dance. “Blind Date” Traditional Tanztheater
performed by The Darmstadt State Theatre Dance
Company, directed by Mei-hong Lin. €20/30. Teatro
Manzoni, Via Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
20.45: Dance. “Blind Date” Traditional Tanztheater
performed by The Darmstadt State Theatre Dance
Company, directed by Mei-hong Lin. €20/30. Teatro
Manzoni, Via Manzoni 42 • M3 Montenapoleone
21.00: Chamber music. Music by Mahler, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Fauré, performed by the Hermes Piano Quartet, with Renato Donà, violin; Alina Company, viola and violin; Marco Dalsass, cello; Stefania
Mormone, piano. Admission free. Auditorium Gaber,
Grattacielo Pirelli, Regione Lombardia, Piazza Duca
d’Aosta 3 • M2/3 Centrale
21.00: Live pop. Michael Bublé. €43/100. Mediolanum Forum, Via Di Vittorio 6. Assago (MI) • M2 Assago Forum (round-trip ticket from €1.95 to 3.70)
Giorni della merla. (Dead of Winter). 20.00: Two
ballets and opera premiere. Teatro alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor. “Le Spectre
de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by Carl Maria von
Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade” music by Gustav
Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit. “Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210. Teatro alla Scala,
Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
20.00: Symphony music. Symphony n.6 by Mahler,
performed by Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe
Verdi, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski. €13/31. Auditorium di Milano, Largo Gustav Mahler 1, (Corso San
Gottardo) • M2 Porta Genova + bus 59
21.00, 23.00: Live jazz, blues, soul. Billy Cobham.
€32/37. Blue Note, Via Borsieri 37 • M2 Gioia
22.00: Live rhythm and blues. The Blacktips band.
Free admission, drinks purchase required. Fermento
Art&Pub, Via Camillo Ugoni 18 • Bus 92, tram 2
22.00: Live folk, rock. Performed by Lou Tapage,
with Marco Barbero, flute, bagpipes, mandolin, barrel organ; Chiara Cesano, violin and viola; Daniele
Caraglio, drums; Nicolò Cavallo, bass; Dario Littera,
guitar and percussion; Sergio Pozzi, singer and guitar.
Admission free, with annual membership card, donation welcome. Arci, La Scighera, Via Candiani 131•
Passante Bovisa, Tram 3, Bus 92 and 82
28th January 2014: Tuesday
11.00: Live jazz. Erik Friedlander & Bonebridge,
with Erik Friedlander, cello; Doug Wamble, guitar;
Trevor Dunn, bass and double bass; Michael Sarin,
drums. €8/12. Teatro Manzoni, Via Manzoni 42 • M3
Montenapoleone
15.20, 17.40, 20.00, 22.00: Film in English with
Italian subtitles. “Still Life” directed by U. Pasolini;
starring E. Marsan, J. Froggatt. €4.50/6.50. Cinema
Arcobaleno, Viale Tunisia 11 • M1 Porta Venezia
20.00: Two ballets and opera premiere. Teatro
alla Scala production, with Daniel Harding, conductor.
“Le Spectre de la Rose” by Michail Fokin, music by
Carl Maria von Weber, orchestrated by Hector Berlioz, choreographer Michail Fokin. “La Rose Malade”
music by Gustav Mahler, choreographer Roland Petit.
“Cavalleria Rusticana” by Pietro Mascagni, €13/210.
Teatro alla Scala, Piazza della Scala • M1/3 Duomo
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exhibitions
Sala degli Alessi, Piazza della Scala, 2 • M1/3 Duomo
Open 9.30-19.30, Thursday until 22.00. Admission free
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Pinacoteca di Brera
Via Brera 28 • M2 Lanza, M1/3 Duomo
Open Tues-Sun 8.30-19.15, Mon closed. Admission
€8.50/11
In the “Sala della Passione” a new exposition juxtaposes two sublime works: “La Pietà” by Giovanni
Bellini and the “Cristo Morto” by Andrea Mantegna.
Palazzo Reale
hello hello
Piazza Duomo 12 • M1, M3 Duomo
Open Mon 14.30-19.30; Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 9.3019.30; Thurs and Sat 9.30-22.30.
Tickets: €9/4.50 + €1.50 fee for online reservations.
The ticket office closes one hour before exhibition
closing time. For reservations visit www.ticket.it.
• Until 26 January. “Rodin”. The
exhibition dedicated to Auguste Rodin presents over
60 works, it is the
most comprehensive exhibition ever
staged of the artist’s marble work.
• Until 9 February. “Il volto del
’900. Da Matisse a
Bacon” Eighty extraordinary portraits
and
self-portraits,
great masterpieces
from the Musée National d’Art Moderne
in the Centre Pompidou in Paris, divided
into seven sections.
Masterpieces by famous artists like
Matisse,
Bonnard,
Modigliani, Magritte, Music, Suzanne Valadon, Maurice
de Vlaminck, Severini, Bacon, Delaunay, Brancusi, Julio Gonzalez, Derain, Max Ernst, Mirò, Léger, Adami,
De Chirico, Picasso, Giacometti, Dubuffet, Fautrier,
Baselitz, Marquet, Tamara de Lempicka, Kupka, Dufy,
Masson, Max Beckmann, Juan Gris. An amazing series
of icons from 20th century painting and sculpture.
• Until 16 February.
“Pollock e gli Irascibili.” In collaboration with New York’s
Whitney Museum, 49
works of art present a
complete overview of
the artistic revolution
created by Pollock,
Rothko, de Kooning,
Kline and others. 15
artists defined “Irascibili” (irascible) after a famous protest incident against
the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Their artistic style
knew how to reinterpret the canvas as a space for
free thought by what was known as the “New York
School” which characterized post war America and
greatly influenced Modern Art all over the world.
• Until 9 March.
“Warhol.” Over 160
works of pop art from
the Peter Brant collection, from the first
of Warhol’s drawings,
the series of Polaroid’s
never seen before in
Europe and at last, the
spectacular Last Supper series.
• Until 27 April. “Vassily
Kandinsky.” Great monographic retrospective of the
abstract art and Bauhaus
artist, with over 80 key
works from the Centre Pompidou in Paris, exhibited in
a strictly chronological order starting from the artist’s
debut.
• Until 12 January. Like every year at Christmas,
the City of Milan presents a masterpiece. This year
it is the turn of the Madonna of Foligno by Raffaello,
from the Vatican Museums.
Museo del Novecento
Via Marconi 1 • M1/3 Duomo
Open Mon 14.30-19.30; Tues, Wed, Fri, Sun 9.30-19.30;
Thurs and Sat 9.30-22.30. €3/5
• Until 12 January. “Seicento lombardo. Capolavori
e riscoperte”. The exhibition, set up in halls XXX-XXXIV features 46 significant Lombard works of art from
the seventeenth century, divided into sections: Paintings for churches and paintings for picture galleries,
the altarpieces, small and medium format sacred subjects, portraits, the Hall of Senators in the Ducal palace and the drawings.
Museo di Leonardo
Le Sale del Re
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, corner Piazza della Scala
• M1 Duomo
Open Mon. Sun 10-23. €11/12
• Until 9 March. “Pelizza da Volpedo e il Quarto Stato” approximately thirty works from drawings to paintings by the painter Pelizza da Volpedo, which focus on
the complexity of the values and meanings of one of
the most iconic painters of the twentieth century.
• Until 9 March. “Giuseppe Scalarini (1873-1948).”
Monographic exhibition dedicated to the works of
Scalarini, active as a designer and illustrator from the
late nineteenth century and one of the leading political cartoonists of the twentieth century.
• Until 9 March. “Quadri che costano come Sputnik”
a reflection on the delicate issue of the art market in
the late 1950’s and the first half of the 1960’s through
the pages of the magazines from those years.
“Wunderkammer”
Gallerie d’Italia
Piazza della Scala 6 • M1 Duomo
Open Tues, Sun 9.30 – 19.30 Closed Mon. Admission free
Museo Poldi Pezzoli
Via Alessandro Manzoni 12 • M3 Montenapoleone.
Open Tues-Sun 10.00-18.00, closed Mon. Tickets: €8
• Until 28 February. The most important interactive
and multidisciplinary exhibition dedicated to Leonardo, engineer and artist who left 120 volumes of
which there are 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.
Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
Piazza Pio XI° 2 • M1/M3 Duomo
Open Tues-Sun 8.30-19.00, closed on Mon. €10/20.
As well as the permanent exhibition, there is also a show:
• Until 2 March. the rooms of wonders from the late
Renaissance, juxtaposed with works by contemporary
artists, create a wonderful journey inside two museums.
• Until 2015. “Codex Atlanticus”. 22 manuscripts
about “De Ludo Geometrico” by Leonardo da Vinci are
currently exhibited in the lovely Sala Federiciana library.
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Openings on the 1st and 6th January
Corso di Porta Ticinese, 95 • tram 3; bus 59, 71, 94
Open Tues-Sun 10-18. €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. See first page article.
Closed
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e
della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci
The Castle - Castello Sforzesco
GAM Galleria d’Arte Moderna
Archeological Museum - Museo Archeologico
Chiesa di San Maurizio
Cripta di San Giovanni in Conca
Antiquarium Alda Levi
Museo del Risorgimento
Civic Aquarium - Acquario Civico
Wow Spazio Fumetto
Museo di Leonardo
Via San Vittore 21 • M2 Sant’Ambrogio, buses 50, 58, 94
Open Tues-Fri 9.30-17, Sat and Sun 9.30-18.30. €3/8
• Until 6 January. “MuseoNatale” every day from
9.30 to 18.30, an extensive program in Italian, with
the possibility of translation into English, of activities,
workshops and shows for adults and children.
For reservations and information: tel 0248555.558.
• Until 3 August. “Leonardo Da Vinci: Vorbild Natur
- Zeichnungen Und Modelle”, with the collaboration
of the Deutsches Museum of Munich, it is the first big
temporary exhibition based on the important historical collection of Leonardo’s models from the Museo
della Scienza, which is hosted by leading international
science museums.
Museo di Milano
Via Sant’Andrea 6 • M1 San Babila
Open Tues-Sun 9.30-13, 14-17.30, Mon closed. Info:
tel. 02.7600.6964. Admission free
This Museum in the heart of the top fashion district is
situated in an 18th century building, Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini, whose exterior has just been
restored. Its collections present the history of Milan
in the 18th and 19th centuries, with paintings, documents, prints etc. The period furnishings contribute to
the overall atmosphere.
• Until 26 January. “Veni, Vidi, Verdi, La donna è
mobile” the female figure, the heart of the production of Giuseppe Verdi, is the protagonist of the videoinstallation specifically designed by the architect and
set designer Peter Bottazzi in the Cortile d’Onore and
in the museum space on the first floor.
Triennale
Viale Alemagna 6 • M1/2 Cadorna
Open Tues-Sun 10.30-20.30, Thurs-Fri open until
23.00, Mon closed. €10
This venue itself is an interesting piece of architecture, designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between
1931-33 specifically for exhibitions. The Torre Branca
tower is nearby. The Triennale Design Café on the
ground floor also hosts small exhibitions. Free Wi-Fi
throughout.
• Until 2 February. “Quarantanni d’arte contemporanea” The exhibition features works by Massimo
Minini and the Gallery Minini, a true slice of contemporary art history told from a special point of view,
sometimes ironic and irreverent towards the protagonist.
• Until 9 February. “Piero Fornasetti – 100 anni di
follia pratica” the first great, unpublished exhibition
in Italy dedicated to the multifaceted artist, painter,
sculptor, interior decorator, printer of art books and
creator of more than thirteen thousand objects.
• Until 23 February. “La sindrome dell’influenza”
A typical inclination of Italian design is the ability to
assimilate, the curiosity and desire to compare itself
with other languages and other cultures in order to
start new projects and new processes.
Wow Spazio Fumetto
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
Palazzo Marino, with the Raffaello painting: 9.30-20.00
Palazzo Reale: 1st 14.30-19.30; 6th 9.30-19.30
PAC: 1st 14.30-19.30; 6th 9.30-19.30
Museo di Storia Naturale, with the Brain exhibition:
1st 14.30-19.30; 6th 9.30-19.30
Palazzo Morando: 1st 14.00-17.30; 6th 9.00/13.00-14.00/17.30
Fabbrica del Vapore: 1st 16.00-20.00; 6th 10.00-20.00
Museo del Novecento: 1st 14.30-19.30; 6th 9.30-19.30
• New recent purchase.
Artworks by Manzù (in the photo), Bodini, Minguzzi,
Messina, and others.
• From 24 January.
The permanent collection is enriched by 105 drawings
by Italian and foreign artists, ranging from the fifteenth to the twentieth century, with special attention
paid to nineteenth century French art.
• Until 12 January.
To celebrate the four hundredth anniversary of the
artist’s birth, the picture “Sant’Ambrogio” by Mattia
Preti (1613-2013) is on display.
GAM Galleria Arte Moderna
Via Palestro 16 • M1 Palestro
Open Tues-Sun 9.00/13.00; 14.00/17.30 Admission free
• Until 23 February. “Giuseppe Verdi e le Arti” a
selection of paintings, sculptures, sketches, costumes
and photographs, the most significant collaborations
of artists on the works of Verdi and an in-depth analysis on the issue of the friendships that Verdi had with
leading members of the art world, such as Domenico Morelli, Francesco Hayez, Vincenzo Gemito and
Giovanni Boldini.
Brand New Gallery
Via Farini 32 • M2 Garibaldi
Open Tues-Sat 11.00-13.00, 14.30-19.00, Sun and
Mon closed. Admission free
• Until 11 January. “This is the Story of America.” A
sort of journey through the United States, presenting
a group of young artists that share Kerouac’s stylistic
experimentation and innovation.
• Until 13 February. “Milano tra le due guerre” a
retrospective of the photographer Arnaldo Chierichetti. 140 works feature glimpses of Milan in the period
between the two world wars, the testimonies of the
numerous and massive urban and architectural interventions which took place in the first half of the twentieth century. Fascinating places, most of which have
been lost as a result of the coverage of the Navigli
completed in 1930 and well documented in the exhibition.
Fondazione Giò Marconi
• Until 12 January. “Il Mondo dei Robot” from the
first automatons imagined in the early 1900’s to the
Japanese “super robots” to the fantastic world told by
cartoons, animations, drawings, literature and cinema
in over 100 years of fiction.
PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea
Via Palestro 14 • M1 Palestro
Open Tues-Sun 9.30-19.00, Mon 14.30-19.30 Thurs
9.30-22.30. Tickets: €4/6
• Until 6 January. “Adrian Paci. Vite in transito” a
major retrospective dedicated to the eclectic Albanian
artist featuring drawings, photographs, paintings,
videos and sculptures.
Museo Archeologico
Corso Magenta 15 • M1/2 Cadorna - €1/2
• Until 20 June 2014. “Dall’Ebraismo al Cristianesimo” To
celebrate 1700 years since the enactment of the so called
Edict of Milan in 313 AD, with which Emperor Constantine
declared freedom of worship throughout the Empire for all
the world’s religions thus ending the persecution by Diocletian. The splendid church of San Maurizio’s crypt displays the
historical, political and religious context into which Christianity was born and the philosophical and religious trends
which interacted with its gradual emergence between the
1st and 4th century AD as well as the complex relationship
between the Christian church and imperial power.
Via Tadino 15 • M1 Porta Venezia
Open Mon-Fri 10-13, 15-19. Admission free.
• Until 11
January.
“Man
Ray.
Models”
the
original photographs the
artist took
between
1920
and
1940 of the
models he
frequented.
• Until 11 January. “Opere Grafiche Internazionali”
a collection of more than 200 graphic artworks by the
most famous international artists.
• Until 1 February. Solo show by André Butzer
whose work addresses the medium of painting, exploring its history, its boundaries and possibilities.
• Until 2 March. “Coco Chanel” The exhibition explores
the friendship and the art of two extraordinary talented
creative artists: the Californian artist Marion Pike and
the French designer Coco Chanel, depicted several
times by the painter. Besides the portraits of Coco, a
few dresses designed by the artist herself and numerous other objects belonging to the collection of Jeffie
Pike Durham, daughter of Marion and friend of Coco.
A arte Studio Invernizzi
Via Domenico Scarlatti 12 • M1 Lima, M2 Caiazzo
Open Mon-Fri 10-13, 15-19. Admisson free
• Until 5 February. “Orizzontaleverticale” by the
painter Nelio Sonego
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Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank
Piazza Cavour 2 • M3 Turati Admission free.
Galleria Gruppo Credito Valtellinese
Corso Magenta 59 • M1 Cadorna
Open Mon. – Sat. 12-19 Closed Sun. and public holiday. Admission free
• Until 28 February. “Scherzi della Natura” solo
show by Marco Belfiore with pictures, videos and a
sculpture that emphasize the banality and hidden
truths of everyday life with an ironic, critical angle
and consistent attention to detail.
Rivoli2 Fondazione per l’Arte Contemporanea
Via Rivoli 2 • M2 Lanza
Open Tues. Fri. 16.00-19.30, Sat. 14.00-19.30; or
by appointment. Admission free
• From 16 January to 2 March. “Epitome/Head/
Fear” by the contemporary artist Marco Bongiorni,
presents his last four years of research, based on
his continuous drawing and distortion of its functions
in order to gauge the outcome, structured around
a complex, articulate set of installations, drawings,
sculptures and paintings.
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Museo Civico di Storia Naturale
Corso Venezia 55 • M1 Palestro, tram 9, 29, 30 Passante Porta Venezia
• Until 13 April. “Brain. Il cervello istruzioni per
l’uso” in Italy’s most important natural history museum and one of the most significant in Europe, a scientific exhibition divided into seven sections, presents a
fascinating journey through the human brain. Guided
tours in English are always available and subject to
prior arrangement, also in German and Spanish.
Fabbrica del Vapore
Via Procaccini 4, • M2 Garibaldi + bus 37
Open Mon-Sat 15-19. €10/12
• Until 9
March. “Van
Gogh Alive.”
Over
3000
multimedia
images
of
the masterpieces by the
Dutch artist
projected in
high definition. A journey through the creative, visionary universe of Van Gogh: from intense colours
to tumultuous existential history, from the timeless
masterpieces to the sketches, to learn more about the
creative genesis of his work.
Tourist Assistance
La Scala and the Sforza
Castle. It is possible to
make shopping stops on
the way.
Time: 2 hours, Price:
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museums etc.
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A fascinating tour on foot
to the principal sights
of central Milan, including the Cathedral, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele,
• Until 11 January. “L’Enigma dell’Ovvo” solo show
by Tino Stefanoni, with over one hundred works created from 1965 to the present day which document
the creative process of an artist who has managed to
combine the echoes of international Pop Art with the
rationality of the metaphysics of Carlo Carrà and Giorgio de Chirico, whose works have become veritable
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Major Monuments
Via Manzoni 45 • M3 Montenapoleone
Open Tue, Sat 10.00-13.00/15.00-19.00.
Admission €3/5
• Until 12 January. Solo show dedicated to Giovanni
Fattori, with a selection of 40 artworks by one of the
indisputable protagonists of nineteenth century Italian painting.
Studio Giangaleazzo Visconti
Corso Monforte 23 • M1 San Babila
Open Mon-Fri 11-19. Admisison free
• Until 31 January. Presented by the Italian Japanese Association Shimamoto, 30 works of art from
1946 to 2011 by the painter Shozo Shimamoto, recently celebrated by the MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Arts of Los Angeles.
GAM Manzoni
Strange, Hidden and
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Off the beaten track: discover some of the more
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Time: 2 hours, Price:
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Leonardo da Vinci
Da Vinci worked in Milan
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in Milan. Visit the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, the
Castle and Leonardo’s
Horse. (Please note that
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Supper, so be sure to let
us know 6-8 weeks in
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Time: 3 hours
Price: €150 + public
transport and entry costs
to museums etc.
Tours by Car
Milan Sight-seeing by
Car
Take the tour of the principal sights of Milan in
comfort: including the
Cathedral, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, La Scala
and the Sforza Castle
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Discount Shopping
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Time: 8 hours, Price:
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Como by Car
Lake Como is renowned
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Time: 6 hours, Price:
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Countryside Milan by
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Includes a visit to a vineyard producing excellent
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Certosa di Pavia.
Time: 6 hours, Price:
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