For events likely to be of interest to non–Italian speakers, see Hello Milano (, a monthly magazine (available online and in print at the tourist office in Piazza Duomo), and Where Milan (

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  • 1. Teatro alla Scala


    You need know nothing of opera to sense that La Scala is closer to a cathedral than a concert hall. Hearing opera sung in this magical setting is an unparalleled experience: it is, after all, where Verdi established his reputation and where Maria Callas sang her way into opera lore. It stands as a symbol—both for the performer who dreams of singing here and for the opera buff—and its notoriously demanding audiences are apt to jeer performers who do not measure up. At the Museo Teatrale alla Scala you can admire an extensive collection of librettos, paintings of the famous names of Italian opera, posters, costumes, antique instruments, and design sketches for the theater.

    Largo Ghiringhelli 1, Milan, Lombardy, 20121, Italy

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  • 2. Conservatorio


    The two halls belonging to the Conservatorio host some of the leading names in classical music. Series are organized by several organizations, including the venerable chamber music society the Società del Quartetto.

    Via del Conservatorio 12, Milan, Lombardy, 20122, Italy
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