Houses, music, art: itineraries for the discovery of hidden treasures of the territory 

Saturday, June 3rd, 2023, 5 pm – Castello di Lurano, Lurano (BG)


Giacomo Coletti violin
Stefano Raccagni violin
Alessia Menin viola
Anna Camporini cello


J. S. Bach (1685 – 1750) – Counterpoint I from “Die Kunst der Fuge” BWV 1080

F. J. Haydn (1732 – 1809) – String quartet op. 33 no. 5
I. Vivace assai II. Largo cantabile III. Scherzo. Allegro IV. Allegretto. Presto 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791) – String Quartet no. 15 in D minor, K 421
I. Allegro moderato II. Andante III. Menuetto. Allegretto con Trio IV. Allegretto ma non troppo 

Concert open to the public

Free admission while seats last

A guided tour of Lurano Castle and the Capella Gentilizia by the owners will take place before the concert. For information and to book the guided tour, please contact

The first document known to date mentions the presence of the Castle in 1216.
A true fortified village, the Castle maintained its characteristic of territorial garrison for many centuries, determined by its proximity to the Fosso Bergamasco, which in the first half of the 15th century became the border between the State of Milan and the Republic of Venice.
Since the 16th century, the castle has been one of the main residences of the Secco Suardo family, who, through the various generations, have continued to live there and left their marks and evidence of the various historical, professional and personal events.
Today, the Secco Suardo Castle presents itself as an articulated ensemble of buildings developed around the rectangular internal courtyard and other buildings directly connected to the main body, which surround the complex.
The garden, transformed into a Botanical Garden at the end of the 18th century, still preserves some rare and valuable species of trees and plants.
The entire complex rests on a vast ramification of dungeons and tunnels, with barrel vaults and various mouths, perhaps an indication of a different level of habitation in ancient times.


Around the places featured in the festival, through a digital map, points of cultural, naturalistic and gastronomic interest are marked from west to east, from the province of Bergamo to that of Brescia, to suggest to the visitor an itinerary of discovery of the beauty on their doorstep, allowing them to discover the characteristic peculiarities of these places, unique in their atmosphere, history and surrounding landscape.