Posts Tagged ‘milano’
This summer in Milan there will be many events: concerts, cabaret, exhibitions and musicals will delight the Milan nights.
- Untill the 17th July: modern art exhibition at Fondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro
- Untill the 10th July: Mimmo Paladino modern art exhibition in Palazzo Reale inMilan
- 16th, 17th, 21st e 22nd June:Vasco Rossi concert in San Siro Stadium in Milan
- 20th June: Piano Summit for spectacular music in Milan, CAM Gratosoglio
- 22nd June: Bob Dylan concert in Milan Alcatraz
- 16th, 17th, 18th, 21st, 23rd, 24th e 25th June: Zelig Cabaret
- 24th, 25th e 26th June: musical “Just for love”, based on Michael Jackson best songs in Milan Alcatraz
- 29th e 30th June: musical “Notre Dame de Paris” in Meazza Stadium in Milan for the 10 years of the modern work
- 5th July: The Manhattan Trasfer at the Arcimboldi Theatre where instruments become voice, voice become instruments and words become poetry
- 12th July: The Strokes in concert in the Arena of Fiera Milano – Rho Pero
- 14th July: Bireli Lagrene Jazz Manouche Trio for a virtuosity concert at the Valvassori Peroni Botanic Garden
- 23rd July: Duran Duran in concert in Milan Arena Civica
Don’t loose the chance to listen to some good music, stay in Milan for a few days in one of our b&b!
The Tour is going to start the 21st of March 2011 at the Atlantico Pavillon of Lisbon and will carry on in Madrid, Barcelona and Milan where Roger Waters will perform at the Assago Mediolanum Forum the 1st, 2nd, 4th , 5th and 6th of April and the 6th-7th of July 2011.
Then, Roger Waters will leave Italy to stop over Holland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Russia, Finland, United Kingdom, France and Switzerland. The last concert of the Tour will take place in Düsseldorf in Germany the 18th of June.
If you would like to join one of these concerts, I can suggest you where to stay in Milan.
How many films can you think of which do not include a kiss? Wouldn’t all these big screen gestures of love provide the ideal opportunity for an exhibition on the evolution of the big screen kiss?
Indeed, from the 8 to the 14 November at the Milan premises of the art association Atelier Gluck Arte, Via Cristoforo Gluck, 45, there is an exhibition entitled “Baciami stupido! Il bacio nel cinema da Valentino a Muccino” – “Kiss me stupid! The kiss in cinema from Valentino to Muccino.”, and entry to this exhibition is free.
The cinematic kiss exhibition traces the evolution of the on screen kiss from the 1930s up to today.
Examples of over 100 big screen kisses have been gathered together in a collection of photographs, and film posters, from Scarlett O’Hara and Rhett Butler’s memorable touching of lips in Gone with the Wind (1939) to a whole range of serious and not so serious on screen kisses, ultra modern kisses in contemporary film, all the way to the gay kiss. The Kiss Me Stupid exhibition is a veritable history of kissing on the big screen.
The place of honour has been reserved to the Billy Wilder 1964 comedy “Kiss me stupid“, a film based on the 1952 Italian film Wife For a Night which starred Gina Lollobrigida.
Seeing all these big screen kisses may well put you in the mood for romance.
Just in case this exhibition of big screen kisses appeals, or you’d like to do a spot of Christmas shopping in Milan, you might like to see a list of places to stay in Milan.