Number 447 - February, 28, 2014
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In this edition of UniNews
How is a piece of contemporary classical music born? Mauro Montalbetti, the composer who presented "Another's Hell" on La Scala's stage with the Philharmonic Orchestra directed by Daniel Harding, explains the process.
Tourism and Fashion, two spearheads of the Italian market that could work together to intercept the new rich people from the Emerging Economies. This is explained by two reports published by UniCredit's Sectorial Insight & Supply Chain.
Family businesses weather the crisis better and continue to provide jobs, according to the fifth edition of the AUB Observatory presented in Milan on February 25.
Finally, the quarterly analysis by UniCredit's Economics & FI / FX Research increases forecasts for the majority of the new EU Member States.
A new Shakespeare in Music
Take five sonnets by the English poet, add a contemporary composer,
Feb 15 - Jun 08, 2014
Painter, designer, architect, graphic artist, photographer and revolutionary: the gifted Russian artist on show at MART, Rovereto
Jan 24 - May 04, 2014
At the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Giorgio Morandi, a Rachel Whiteread exhibition, with a series of works displayed in the Morandi Museum.
Feb 22 - May 04, 2014
The Palladian Basilica in Vicenza welcomes the Towards Monet exhibition, dedicated to the history of landscape from the 17th to the 20th century
Dec 20, 2013 - May 04, 2014
Various works from the UniCredit Art Collection on loan to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome
Dec 29, 2013 - Mar 23, 2014
The winter edition of the Vertical Tour, with UniCredit as Official Sponsor in prestigious ski locations in the north of Italy