FloReMus – CONVERSATION: Gian Luca Lastraioli/The musical landscape of Dante Alighieri

FloReMus – CONVERSATION: Gian Luca Lastraioli/The musical landscape of Dante Alighieri

There are numerous clues and citations to be found in Dante’s works that allow us to reconstruct what we can define as the musical landscape within which the Poet himself lived and worked and of which he was certainly a profound connoisseur and, at times, a direct protagonist.

Gian Luca Lastraioli leads us through an “organized” reconnaissance of these clues, proposing a reconstruction of the musical world by which Dante was surrounded and / or of which Dante himself was, on more than one occasion, the epicenter.

Free entrance
Because of the Covid19 restrictions, the capacity of the venues will be reduced therefore booking of seats is mandatory for all events.
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6 pm

Auditorium Folco Portinari, via Portinari 5, Firenze

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