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Music in the Museum of the City

Santa Giulia - Museum

The musical tradition in Brescia is one of richest and interesting of Northern Italy. Especially in the period between 16th and 17th century, in Brescia were born internationally famous composers, violin and organ makers: Luca Marenzio, the Antegnati family, Gasparo da Salò, Giovanni Paolo Maggini, and many others.

The visitor of the Museum of the City (Santa Giulia) will have the opportunity to admire, exposed in the dedicated section to the «dimora veneta», extraordinary musical instruments of the age, as a viriginal by Antegnati and a bass lute by Matteo Reilich.

Santa Giulia - Museum of the City

Address: Via Musei 81/b, Brescia, Italy
Hours: Open daily from 9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Telephone: (+39) 030 2977800

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