BOGNAGO, CURSOLO-ORASSO (VB)

Bognago is a small off grid mountain village, isolated from the rest of the world in the middle of stunning nature, only accessible via a footpath (but complete with a transport cable car for luggage!). There are several houses in Bognago that could be used to host musicians – they[…]

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SUPPORTER HOUSES

Being a Supporter House means sharing the same values of Le Dimore del Quartetto, supporting the European growth of the project and the career of international young musicians while promoting the enhancement of the Italian and European territory. OUR SUPPORTER HOUSES VILLA BELGIOJOSO BRIVIO SFORZAMerate (LC) VILLA LE POZZARELLEFiesole (FI) VILLA[…]

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A440 IN TUSCANY, PIENZA (SI)

A440 in Tuscany was born from the love for Pienza and the Val d’Orcia and from the long experience in designing and managing elegant touristic venues related to Il Moro di San Giovanni wine production.A440 gives hospitality to who is looking for a moment of relax in the heart of[…]

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ABBAYE DE LONGUES, LONGUES-SUR-MER (NORMANDIE)

  At the exit of the village of Longues-sur-mer, the old Saint Marie Abbey, built in the 12th century, is hidden along the small road leading to Bayeux. At first glance, visitors cannot imagine its importance or splendour. When one enters the first courtyard, surrounded by the abbey lodge, the[…]

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ABBAZIA DI MIRASOLE, OPERA (MI)

In the southern area of the city of Milan, in the little town of Opera, there’s Mirasole Abbey. It was founded between the XII and the XIII Century by the religious order of “Umiliati”. It represents one of the most precious examples of Grangia, a rural housing unit built for[…]

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ABBAZIA DI SAN FRUTTUOSO, CAMOGLI (GE)

A corner of paradise on the coast of Portofino. Set in a peaceful inlet that can only be reached on foot or by boat, within a typically narrow Ligurian village nestling between the blue sea and the green terracing of Mount Portofino, a Benedictine monastery was established in the 10th[…]

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ABBAZIA DI SANTA MARIA DI CERRATE, LECCE

Salento has a thousand-year history. Sculpted into the white Lecce stone in the 11th century, an exquisite testimony of Apulian Romanesque architecture, and embellished with stunning frescoes, the church of Santa Maria di Cerrate stands at the centre of a typical Salento manor farm. Once a Greek Orthodox monastery, then an[…]

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ALBERGO TERMINUS, COMO

The Terminus was built in 1900 on the Lungo Lario of Levante, known today as Lungo Lario Trieste, by the architect Italo Zanolini. It preserves in its name, Terminus, the memory of original function of “thermal spa” of the nearby Grand Hotel Plinius, and it was erected to celebrate the[…]

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AMARÉ, PUYLAGARDE (OCCITANIA)

AMARÉ is a young association. Created less than a year ago, it welcomes professional and amateur musicians for a weekend or a week, in full board in the heart of the Occitan countryside. Musicians in residence can rehearse, follow courses with teachers and give concerts. The musical activity is mainly[…]

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ANTICA TORRE TORNABUONI, FLORENCE

The tower-house called “Antica Torre Tornabuoni” stands at the beginning of the iconic street via de’ Tornabuoni, a few steps away from Santa Trinita Bridge. It was built in the mid-thirteenth century by the Guelf Ruggerini family and was later sold to the Fastellis or Pietrobonos. From the early 1300s until the end of the 1700s[…]

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