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Invito a Palazzo 2011

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October 2011
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Saturday, October 1 marks the tenth annual Invito a Palazzo, when historic buildings housing bank branches in 51 cities across Italy open their doors to the public for a day of artistic and cultural celebration. From 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, visitors can explore 90 of these historically significant sites that are normally closed to the public, free of charge. The event is organized by the Italian Banking Association (ABI) under the auspices of the President of Italy and the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.

 

We are once again a proud supporter of Invito a Palazzo. Twelve UniCredit branches will host a rich program of cultural events - including art exhibitions, concerts and guided tours - for colleagues and customers alike to experience our Group's artistic heritage.

 

Our participation reaffirms UniCredit's commitment to art and culture, and to preserving the vibrant artistic and architectural legacy of the communities we serve.

 

 

 

 

The following UniCredit branches will participate in Invito a Palazzo:

 

• Bologna:         Palazzo Magnani, UniCredit, Via Zamboni, 20
• Genoa:           Palazzo Pallavicini Cambiaso, UniCredit, Via Garibaldi, 1
• Milan:             Palazzo del Credito Italiano, UniCredit, Piazza Cordusio
• Milan:             Palazzo Piazza Edison, UniCredit, Piazza Edison, 1

• Palermo:         Villa Zito, Fondazione Banco di Sicilia, Viale della Libertà, 52
• Perugia:          Palazzo Lippi Alessandri, UniCredit, Corso Vannucci, 39

• Rome:            Cappella del Palazzo del Monte di Pietà, UniCredit, Piazza Monte di Pietà, 33
• Syracuse:       Palazzo del Banco di Sicilia, UniCredit, Piazza Archimede, 7
• Turin:              Palazzo Perrone, Fondazione CRT, Via XX Settembre, 31

• Trento:            Palazzo Firmian, UniCredit, Via Galilei, 1
• Treviso:           Monte di Pietà, UniCredit, Piazza Monte di Pietà, 3
• Udine:             Palazzo Strassoldo, UniCredit, Via Veneto, 20

 

 

The day's events will include:

 

Bologna

Guided tours are available during business hours.

 

Genoa

Guided tours are available at 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm.

 

Milan (Piazza Cordusio)

UniCredit STUDIO Milan presents Carte Blanche #5, a photo and video exhibition by Serbian artist Aleksandrija Ajduković.  Guided tours are available by appointment.  Visitors can make reservations beginning Monday, September 19 by calling 011 0674854 (Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm).  Entry is free and subject to availability.  

 

Palermo

A concert begins at 5:00 pm with Palermo's Conservatorio de Musica Vincenzo Bellini performing in collaboration with mezzo-soprano Antonella Di Giacinto and pianist Miriam Palmisano.  There will also be a poetry reading of works by Giovanni Di Domenico by Joseph Di Giacinto.  Entry is free and subject to availability.  

 

Perugia

The photography exhibition Scatti oltre la cronaca, by artist Giancarlo Belfiore, will be on display from October 1 to 9.

 

Rome

Guided tours are available during business hours.

 

Trento

UniCredit STUDIO Trento presents Carte Blanche #3, Agenzia 200, a collective art exhibition curated by Alberto Garutti.

 

Turin

A concert begins at 6:00 pm in the Salone d'Onore with a performance by the string quintet of the CRT Foundation's Orchestra of Master Musical Talents.  Entry is free and subject to availability.  

 

Udine

Guided tours are available at 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm.