Number 464 - October, 2015

In this edition of UniNews

Classical music shows its youthful side: here is how the winners of La Scala Philharmonic scholarship live and what they dream about
From the ballot boxes on October 25, Poland could emerge a completely different country from what it is currently. By UniCredit Political Risk & Country Analysis.
Is having an enormous mass of data available an advantage or a problem? Big Data: a complex subject that makes for good discussions
The US Open Tennis Championship just ended with the unexpected, all-Italian final match between Pennetta and Vinci. Then, on the other side of the ocean, German Leonard Struff took the victory in the Pekao Szczecin Open
Here is how our economists see the Polish economy
Arts and music events for the autumn

When talent is underage

Young musicians grow up

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On the stage of the UniCredit Pavilion, four talented young musicians, winners of scholarships by La Scala Philharmonic, astonished and enchanted the audience
Here is a list of who they are and details they revealed about their lives and their dreams

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Pekao Open, a tennis party

Krzysztof Bobala, Director of the Pekao Szczecin Open, tells us about the 23rd edition of the most important tennis tournament in Poland, which was won by the young German Struff.
This year, the tournament registered the greatest number of attendees in its history and it turned out to be a true tennis party, with plenty of collateral events

Elections: Poland
could turn over a new leaf

Out of the October elections, a completely different country might emerge, but it could also enter a phase of political disruption that would have serious repercussions on the economic growth of Poland. This would make Poland less attractive to foreign investors.

The Polish economy

The country seems to be going towards stable growth, while at the same time towards a possible change in government. However, if it wants to avoid worsening the budget deficit further, it will have to rescind some of the promises it made...

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Big data strategy:
from science fiction to competitive advantage

Creating value by means of the ability to read (and understand) the immense quantity of data generated online every day, a challenge not only for corporations

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Sep 17, 2015
Young talent on the UniCredit Pavilion stage once more for a journey through European Baroque music.

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Jun 26 - Oct 31, 2015
Jean Dubuffet returns to Italy after 51 years with his exhibit "The theater of the Earth" in the new exhibition space at the Biodiversity Garden of the Botanical Garden in Padua

May 29 - Nov 02, 2015
The exhibition at the MAXXI in Rome tells the story of how food moves through, changes and influences the body, the home, the streets, the cities and the landscape of the world

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Nov 06-08, 2015
In November, the city of the house of Savoy and capital of contemporary art will boast 207 galleries and 2000 exhibited works

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Apr 25 - Nov 08, 2015
The four contemporary art museums in the Turin metropolitan area will be hosting an exhibition looking at the artistic interpretation of the concept of truth, or reality, over two hundred years: from 1815 to 2015

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Sep 18 - Nov 22, 2015
Freedom seen through the double lens of science and art, in Bologna

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Oct 16 - Dec 01, 2015
An autumn of exclusive events with some of the greatest performers of Italian jazz at the UniCredit Pavilion

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