The season is warming up and many unmissable events are on their way!
Capital of Culture: May events

Bergamo, together with Brescia, has a rich program of events in store for you to celebrate the arrival of summer!

Among the unmissable events, numerous musical performances - thanks to the prestigious International Piano Festival - and dance - with the new edition of the Summer Dance Festival. There will also be events dedicated to art: in the Upper Town, the inauguration of a multi-sensory journey that will show you the enchanting Carmine Cloister in a completely new way, mixing real and digital to give you a unique experience.

If you haven't already done so, there is still time to learn about Cecco di Caravaggio at the Accademia Carrara, the great protagonists of art from Bergamo and Brescia at Palazzo Martinengo and also the story of Colleoni's favourite daughter, Medea. Finally, the Castle of Brescia is ready to amaze you with exotic sculptures and a collection of precious carpets!

Technology, art and innovation intertwine at the Carmine Cloister thanks to the works of Beatrice Sancinelli: Rumore dell'Umore offers you an immersive journey in search of faith and hope, accompanied by colours, movement and sound.
Open to new explorations? In the park of the Castle of Brescia, the animalier sculptures by Daniele Rivalta, an internationally renowned Bolognese artist, await you. A real game about the casual encounter between human and animal.
Continue the journey crossing Eurasia with Knots of the Gardens of Paradise, the exclusive exhibition of precious carpets from the priceless Zaleski collection, exhibited inside the Castle of Brescia.
And for days amid grandeur and relaxation, there are the concerts of the 60th Bergamo Brescia International Piano Festival, featuring numerous artists on the stage of the Donizetti Theatre, the Teatro Grande and other unexpected, special locations.
If you haven't done so yet, there's still time to visit the art exhibitions that are the protagonists of the first months of the capital: Cecco del Caravaggio awaits you at the Accademia Carrara, as well as Lotto, Romanino, Moretto and Ceruti at Palazzo Martinengo...
… without forgetting the many places in the Upper Town opened in honour of Colleoni's beloved daughter, Medea, and the experimental and peculiar exhibition A Leap into the Void at the GAMeC.
And for a final gem, Palazzo della Libertà, in the Lower Town, reopens to the public to host Bergamo ‘23, a journey that regains the past, present and future of the city. Discover Bergamo through its architecture, environment and community!

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