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Teatro Grande - Brescia

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The Teatro Grande di Brescia draws its origins from a seventeenth-century institution, the Accademia degli Erranti, which from about 1640 founded and dedicated all its energy to the management of the city theater. The present theatre, called Grande in onore di Napoleone, was rebuilt in the first decade of the 19th century. The Great was then recognized as a national monument on 22 March 1912 and during the twentieth century acquired an increasing importance among the national theaters. Since 2010 the Teatro Grande has been managed by the Fondazione del Teatro Grande, an economically virtuous institution, a winning example of the union between public and private. The Foundation has managed to trace a new path for the Teatro Grande and for Brescia, a path oriented towards excellence, towards young people and towards the opening of the Theatre to different projects and to different audiences, to make the Great One live with his feet on the ground and his head in the world, a place of living and inclusive culture.

Building on the important feedback gathered in 2023 - the year in which Brescia was together in Bergamo Italian Capital of Culture - the Teatro Grande Foundation confirms for 2024 the project Dance Well dedicated mainly, but not exclusively, to people living with Parkinson’s. Always sensitive to issues concerning inclusion and committed to making the Teatro Grande a place of discussion, sharing, growth and improvement of social welfare, the Foundation will welcome in the spaces of the Teatro Grande the group formed in 2023 and composed of about 40 people. Participation in the project is also open to new participants.

When: every Tuesday from 9 January to 17 December 2024 (excluding a summer break for the month of August) from 10.00 to 11.00.
Where: Salone delle Scenografie del Teatro Grande di Brescia (Via Paganora, 19 - 25121, Brescia)
How to participate: free participation via compulsory registration at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (info: +39 (0)30 2979330)


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