September has officially arrived, which means we must return to our routine. To relieve the back-to-work blues, here are some tips on what to attend in Bologna this upcoming autumn.
At Palazzo Albergati it is now possible to visit the highly-coveted "Monet and the Impressionists", an art exhibition which features 57 masterpieces from the renowned Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris. Together with Monet, Manet, Renoir, Degas and many others, visitors will embark on a wonderful journey to discover one of the most beloved art movements of all times.
Speaking of masterpieces, Palazzo Fava hosts the exhibition dedicated to the Griffoni Polyptych by Francesco del Cossa and Ercole de 'Roberti. Through 16 plates coming from national and international museums, visitors will be able to witness the history and evolution of one of the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance.
For those who are already planning their next trip, we recommend the exhibition entirely dedicated to the Etruscan civilization. Taking place in the Archaeological Civic Museum of Bologna, "Etruscans. Journey into the lands of the Rasna" hosts a collection of 1400 objects coming from 60 Italian and international museums and institutions. An extremely ambitious project which will bring you back in time.
Lastly, music lovers cannot miss AngelicA, the international music festival organised by the Music Research Center/Teatro San Leonardo. Now in its thirtieth edition, the festival offers a rich programme of concerts and events dedicated to contemporary and research music.
Eager for more? Click here for the full list of September's cultural events.