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Scala, the Prima Diffusa turns ten and brings Macbeth throughout the city

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Prima Diffusa is back, the event that accompanies the inauguration of La Scala and brings neighborhoods and citizens closer to the opera with which the grand theater season opens. For ten years – eleven, counting the forced break due to the pandemic – it has affected a total of more than 200,000 spectators. “An idea that has grown a lot over time – defined the new Councilor for Culture of the Municipality, Tommaso Sacchi – one of the first major projects of cultural participation and social inclusion, which paved the way for other highly successful initiatives”. And the superintendent Dominique Meyer, at his first “Diffusa”, pointed out that to appreciate the work “you don’t need to be prepared, rich, beautiful and cultured. This music is open to everyone, but we need to facilitate the first step, to get in touch with people ».

As always with the contribution of Edison, this time it starts on December 1st and ends on December 12th, with an increase in the number of seats available in the theaters that on the 7th, from 6 pm, will screen live the “Macbeth” directed by Riccardo Chailly. From nine thousand in 2019 it has gone to ten thousand, concentrated in 34 locations, from Santeria a Mare Urbano, from Pirellone to the Conservatory, from the “Enzo Jannacci” shelter to Carcano (with interventions by Lella Costa and Francesco Micheli), from the Foundation Feltrinelli at the Franco Cerri Auditorium in via Valvassori Peroni; as well as in the prisons of San Vittore and Opera and at the Puntozero Theater of the Beccaria juvenile prison (complete list and all information on www.yesmilano.it). The screenings will all be free with reservation required and will be preceded by listening guides edited by Accademia Teatro alla Scala (from 4.30pm).

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In addition to the highlight of Sant’Ambrogio, Prima Diffusa includes shows, meetings and exhibitions. On 1 December at 6 pm “At the Castello di Macbeth”, a theatrical listening guide held at the Castello Sforzesco; on the 2nd, at 6.30 pm, at the Cineteca at the Interactive Cinema Museum, a lyric recital with the participation of Neri Marcoré and the soloists of the Accademia della Scala; and on the 2nd, 5th and 6th, in various locations, “Macbeth #Unplugged”, two modern minstrels and the “Scottish tragedy”.

In via Santa Marta, in the headquarters of the Accademia della Scala, the exhibition “Open Academy – Ten years of Prima Diffusa” opens on 3 December, while the exhibition hosted by WOW Spazio comic in viale is entitled “Si colmi il calice” Campania on the comic transpositions of “Macbeth”. The Cineteca al MIC, in viale Fulvio Testi, then prepared a review of 23 films from the works of Shakespeare, with a focus on Laurence Olivier and Kenneth Branagh, but also with “Riccardo III” by Al Pacino, “Hamlet gets into business” by Aki Kaurismaki and the unmissable “Throne of Blood”, the Japanese Macbeth by Akira Kurosawa.


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