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I visited concert by Ludovico Einaudi there. I came 1 hour earlier and there was organized pre-show in separate small room, it was quite interesting and comfortable as you could lie on a bunch of pillows. Stuff was friendly and helpful. I didnt notice any...More
Sat in the second row of the main stalls section, giving a great view of Einaudi performing. The venue is beautiful and made for unforgettable experience. Would also recommend the pizza place opposite the venue if you’re looking for something to eat beforehand.
Rude staff, no credit cards taken at the bar, 4 toilets in the lobby to cater for hundreds and crappy sound quality.
Children’s primary school nativity productions are better organised. Einaudi should have been embarrassed... the venue should be closed down!
Lovely place. Great Einaudi concert. Staff clearly state no photos or videos but selfish couple directly in front spent the entire concert taking flash photos and staff refused to deal with them. Ruined an otherwise amazing concert.
You cannot take drinks into the seating area...More
We happened to be passing when we saw n advert for a lovely matinee concert at the Teatro dal Verme. Children were encouraged and the music was gorgeous.
Date of experience: February 2017
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