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Exhibitions

The exhibition for the fortieth anniversary of the death of Maria Callas intends to tell the singer’s artistic life at Scala. A theater that, between 1950 and 1961, has been able to provide the cultural instruments that have turned the singer into a myth. The story that connets the costumes is divided between the shows that Callas has played and the most important artistic meetings of her career. On one hand, the story of Callas at Scala must go through her most important interpretations, recalled by quotes from the press review of then. On the other hand, it is important to emphasize the role of this theater as a research lab for the singer, thanks to an influences of places such as the Scala Museum and people like Luchino Visconti, Nicola Benois, Tullio Serafin and Franco Zeffirelli.

Tickets for the Museo Teatrale alla Scala also include admission to the Museum’s temporary exhibitions.

Visitors are invited to click here for further information regarding the best times for viewing the auditorium of the Theatre.

The Museum and exhibitions can always be accessed on pre-scheduled days.

Children's Workshops

The Museum opens its doors to its youngest visitors! This workshop will allow children to explore some of the Theatre’s secrets and be amazed at the magic of light. Then, all together, they will discover the excitement that music creates playing and gliding on the magic of the notes. For children aged 5 years.

For info and reservations:
ventizero8@gmail.com
Phone (+39) 338 3569291

Onde d’emozione e battaglie navali al Museo! (Waves of emotion and sea battles at the Museum!)

 Interactive family workshops.

The Museo Teatrale alla Scala is a special place. It tells the story of all the men and women who have made the Teatro alla Scala the most important theatre in the world. Even so, visiting a museum is often considered boring and useless. But nothing could be further from the truth!

With “Buongiorno Museo!” that feeling of detachment will turn into enthusiasm, curiosity and enjoyment. And our greatest allies in this challenge are indeed statues, pictures, musical instruments and costumes.

After the guided tour of the Museum, the workshop will take place in the foyer of the “Arturo Toscanini” boxes. In this space, there will be a sea of theatrical water where children will be able to embark on a voyage of discovery of the most famous operas, which they will even be able to perform in. The children will also be given a handmade product to keep.

INFO:
age: 6 – 11.
Price: € 30 (one adult and two children).

For information and reservations:
ventizero8@gmail.com
Telefono (+39) 338 3569291

Hands-on workshop of Performing Arts to bring children closer to the opera.

The theatre involves our bodies, voices, memories and creativity. It improves our interpersonal relationships and strengthens our self-esteem. Music, too, can enrich how we see the world and others if we trace its history and learn to listen to it with a conscious ear.

“Museo mia Musa” is a cycle that allows you to discover the magical world of music and the theatre. From acting to song, from scriptwriting to scene design, from dance to costumes: this is a fascinating journey in the company of artists and experts.

INFO:
Age: 6 – 10.
Price: € 60 for each cycle of four Saturdays.

For information and reservations:
ventizero8@gmail.com
Telefono (+39) 338 3569291

Events

A free cycle of evenings in which you will hear readings from publications regarding  music and the theatre, presented by Armando Torno. The subjects for conversation will deal with art and music, works and curios from the world of the theatre.


Special evenings at the Museo Teatrale alla Scala.

We look forward to seeing you at 5.45 pm for the chance to experience the atmosphere of Countess Clara Maffei’s literary salon. At 6.30 pm you will be invited to attend a concert played on the piano that once belonged to Franz Liszt. Don’t miss this journey into the atmosphere and the intimate sounds of chamber music.

Opens at 5.45pm. All you need is your admission ticket to the Museum.
Places subject to availability