Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, undisputed genius in the field of music, was initiated into music by his father Leopold, violinist and excellent musician, who soon imposed a severe musical education on his son and proposed him, traveling all over Europe, as a child prodigy.
Thanks to these travels Mozart lived in Milano for various periods between 1769 and 1773: in three years Mozart spent almost 360 days here.
Those were the years of the Milano of Houses of Verri, Beccaria and Parini. Here Mozart wrote his first opera, Mitridate, king of Pontus, composed the Ascanio in Alba with libretto by Giuseppe Parini and Lucio Silla.
These are the steps to get to know the story of the great genius in the city.