The strange couple Aldo Cazzullo and Piero Pelù on tour together to tell Dante Alighieri. First stop in Florence on 7 June and then far and wide for the boot until 4 July. An unprecedented mix, presented today in the Tuscan capital in the presence of the two protagonists, entitled ‘A Riveder Le Stelle’, like the book by Cazzullo himself, accompanied, however, on this journey by the ‘Rock’ readings of Piero Pelù’s Divine Comedy. The project is co-promoted by the Municipality of Florence and the Opera di Santa Croce with the organizational collaboration of the Puccini Theater. The direction is by Angelo Generali while the production is by Corvino Produzioni – Official Site. The square of Santa Croce in Florence is the symbolic place that will host the appointment of 7 June that the Municipality of Florence and the Opera di Santa Croce have chosen to support as part of the initiatives for Dante’s year. “In recent months, a very close link has been developed between the Administration and the Opera di Santa Croce in the name of a union of intentions aimed at enhancing the monumental complex within the city frame – declares the councilor for culture of the Municipality of Florence Tommaso Sacchi – And this show is part of this common path that aims at greater visibility, knowledge and usability of the property. We are sure that the event that debuts in Santa Croce will be able to revive Dante and his works thanks to the story of Aldo Cazzullo and the musicality of Piero Pelù. From Florence the tour will continue revealing a piece of the work and life of our most illustrious fellow citizen in Italy and adding a new piece to the celebrations for the 700th anniversary of his death. “” Dante is a life teacher for contemporary man and Santa Croce is a special place where memory is carefully preserved to speak to the present – underlines the president of the Op was from Santa Croce, Irene Sanesi – We recognize ourselves in Aldo Cazzullo’s project precisely because it combines art, poetry and history with contemporaneity, to meet, in the name of Dante, the women and men of the Third Millennium. This initiative is also intended to be a positive sign for Florence, a testimony of the proximity pact that sees Santa Croce committed with the whole city in a common project for the restart. “Here, in detail, are the dates: June 7 in Piazza Santa Croce in Florence; 10 June at the Teatro Sociale di Trento; 17 June in the Romeo Castle in Montecchio Maggiore in the province of Vicenza; 18 June in the Visconteo Castle of Pavia; 23 June in Piazza Vescovado in Caorle (Venice); 24 June at the Arena of the Stadio dei Pini in Cervia (Ravenna); 26 June at PalaAlbaCapitale in Alba (Cuneo); 29 June at Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola (Viterbo); 1 July at the Roman Theater of Nora Pula (Cagliari) as part of the Festival La notte dei poets; 2 July in Piazza Landino in Pratovecchio (Arezzo); 3 July at the Roman Amphitheater in Urbisaglia (Macerata) and 4 July at the Amphitheater in the Miralfiore park in Pesaro.