La Musica nei Popoli Concerts at Casa Boschi di Stefano house museum

Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano

Seven concerts.
A very wide repertoire, from Renaissance music to contemporaneity.
Concerts will be held on the Third Floor apartment, recently acquired by the Museum

YesMilano international Students only: click here to sign up

The event is public and open to all citizens

Read the Program 

Public transport

Public transport:

M1 Lima

M2 Loreto

Passante Porta Venezia

Bus 90 -91



Program Performances start at 6pm

6 July

The Lute and the voice in the Renaissance: Music by Lasso, Monteverdi, Caccini

Isabella di Pietro, Voice

Renato Cadel, Voice and Lute

July 13

DueinDuo: Two guitars between Baroque and Classicism

Marco Tencati, Classical Guitar

Guido Pace, Classical Guitar

July 20

Clori mia - Music in the European courts: 700 in Italy, France, Germany

Ida February, Flute traversie

Francesco Motta, Theorba

July 27

"Roots" Piano Concert: Contemporary Music

Music by Enrico Ferri, Composer, Horn

William Limonta, Composer, Piano

August 10

“Passaggi e Paesaggi”: Spanish Baroque and Brazilian Popular Music

Prissioni Gama, Baroque Harp and Voice

Marcelo Cabral de Mello, Voice, Piano and Percussion

August 14

"Recital - The Tenor Salottiero in Belcanto": Music by Giuliani, Shubert, Mozart,

Rossini, Donaudy, Tosti

Massimo Altieri, Voice

Maddalena Altieri, Piano

August 24

"Duo Mastella-Sampaolesi": The early twentieth century with Creston, Crepin,

Gershwin, Noda, Iturralde, Piazzolla

Carlo Sampaolesi, Accordeòn

Giovanna Mastella, Sax

Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano

This summer seize the opportunity to visit the coziest House Museum while listening to live good music with YesMilano & Comune di Milano.

Now a public house museum with free entrance, it showcases about three hundred Twentieth-Century art masterpieces, out of the over two thousand pieces that form the collection. The eleven rooms of the house have been set up as a picture gallery, which still retains the flavour of an actual house. Design furniture (that mostly aren't the original ones) were carefully chosen to match with the artworks.

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