Be part of history with the 60th edition of the Puccini Festival
Join close to 40,000 opera lovers this summer for the annual festival season celebrating the life and work of Italian composer Giacomo Puccini.
Puccini is renowned the world over for his operatic oeuvre and pioneering work in the realistic verismo style.
The festival celebrates its 60th edition with four brand-new productions of Puccini’s most loved operas, including Madame Butterfly and La Bohème.
Initial run: 25th July - 1st August
Extra dates: 8th, 16th & 24th August
Celebrating the birthday of a "great protagonist in the history of Italian opera" which debuted over 110 years ago.
Initial run: 26th - 2nd August
Extra dates: 10th, 15th & 22nd August
Set to be directed by Ettore Scola, one of Italy's greatest film directors who himself is celebrating 50 years in his glorious career.
Dates: 9th, 14th, 17th, 23rd & 29th August
Presenting 5 different interpretations of Puccini's much loved Turandot, an event seen at every Puccini event.
Dates: 3rd, 7th, 21st and 30th
Providing a platform for young artists, fresh and rising names wil stage the three one act operas of Il Trittico
GALA ROBERTO BOLLE AND FRIENDS: A night of stars and greatballet
Dates: July 29th
For those passionate about ballet, a Gala is an incredibly exciting event.
It's a chance to admire first-hand the global stars of ballet and witness their virtuosity, charisma, and the sheer excitement of being part of such a breathtaking experience.
For those who have only recently entered this world, a gala offers an overview of the most beautiful ballets of the 19th and 20th century repertoire in just one evening.
There is always great excitment and anticipation when Roberto Bolle and the stars gather for such a gala event.
The Great Giacomo Puccini is a spectacular open-air theatre in the shadow of Villa Puccini, the house in which Puccini lived and worked on his major operas.
Set within the 270,000 square feet of Parco della Musica (Music Park) on the edges of Torre del Lago, the amphitheater has 3,200 seats and offers a stunning vista of the majestic Massaciuccoli Lake, surrounded by the Apuan Alps. Built in the 90s, the venue is one of the best in the world for live opera due to its finely tuned acoustics and vast staging area.
For travel information check out our FAQ's below...
Gran Teatro all’Aperto Giacomo Puccini, Torre del Lago, 55049, Italy
We shall update this section soon but in the mean time you can contact the ticket office for further infomation on the shows using the following contacts.
Tel: (+39) 0584 427201
Pisa International Airport is the closest, however there are also connections from Florence although this is much further.
From Pisa International you can get the bus P546 that will drop you off at V Le Marconi Sottovia in 40 mins, from there you can get the 31 Bus to Villa Puccini which will take just 6 minutes.
From Florence International it will take 56 mins to drive via the A11, or via public transport it will take up to 2 hours using various options.
It would be best to contact the airports tourist desk for advice on the best option, and this can be done by calling 055 315874, or you could email firstname.lastname@example.org
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