RELEASE: Italian Capital of Culture events make Bergamo and Brescia must-see destinations

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Italian Capital of Culture events in spring 2023 make Bergamo and Brescia must-see destinations

A program full of initiatives ranging from art to music, through cinema and design, in theaters and the most beautiful places in the two cities.

BERGAMO, Italy and BRESCIA, Italy, March 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Bergamo and Brescia have unveiled a packed schedule of dozens of events scheduled for spring this year making them the must-visit destination of 2023.

First of all, the exhibitions: unprecedented, avant-garde, retrospective. At the Accademia Carrara (Bergamo) and at the Museum of Santa Giulia (Brescia), respectively, the works of two great artists will be exhibited: Cecco del Caravaggio, the first exhibition entirely dedicated to him, and Giacomo Ceruti, who also stars in photography from the Tosio Martinengo Art Gallery in a dialogue with the snapshots of the great David Lachapelle. The contemporary and the theme of dematerialization emerge in the exhibition "A leap into the void. Art beyond matter" at the GAMeC gallery in Bergamo, which welcomes modern and contemporary art in all its forms.

Just as important is music in all its various genres. The Bergamo Jazz Festival, from March 23 to 26, will transform many unusual places into cozy jazz clubs that will present established and emerging talents, while the International Piano Festival of Bergamo and Brescia, from April 22, is dedicated to the anti-avant-garde in music.

Innovation, the central theme of "The Red and Blue Festival", a diffuse festival aimed at the youngest, and of the Made Film Festival, a review dedicated to industrial cinema, business heritage and the mixture of languages. And an unavoidable and exclusive film appointment will see Quentin Tarantino at the Teatro Grande: on April 6, the director will be in Brescia for the only presentation date in Italy of his first non-fiction work, Cinema Speculation.

Finally, from March 24 to June 4 in Bergamo, the Italian Capital of Culture will host the exhibition "Thinking Factories. Stories of Compasso d'Oro awards from Bergamo to Brescia", the world's oldest and most authoritative design award, that brings together objects and artifacts made in the two cities.

Bergamo Brescia Italian Capital of Culture 2023 is supported by Intesa Sanpaolo and A2A as main partners, Brembo as system partner, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane and SACBO as area partners. The Ministry of Culture and the Fondazione Cariplo are institutional partners.

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