It has been presented these days, the sixth edition of ‘Network Sonoro’, a platform that includes over fifty events distributed throughout the region. The list of prestigious artists participating is full of great names, from Pat Metheny to Stefano Bollani, from Paolo Fresu to Roscoe Mitchell, Ginevra Di Marco, Eumir Deodato and Philiph Harper Quartet.
The festival will spread mainly through February and March in Arezzo, Siena, Pisa, Grosseto, Massa and Florence provinces. Mostly devoted to jazz, it develops a vision on experimental music too, involving particular meetings between musicians.
Arno is the second largest river in central Italy after the Tiber and the main in Tuscany.
Arno has a total length of 241 km that passes trough the main territories of this region (Casentino, Val di Chiana, Arezzo, The upper Valdarno, Pratomagno, Siena province, Florence, Sesto Fiorentino, Campi Bisenzio, Prato, Pistoia, Sieve, Middle Valdarno, Lower Valdarno, Val di Pesa, Val d’Elsa, Val d’Era, Pontedera). It borns in the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines, at an altitude of 1358 m above sea level, and flows into the Ligurian Sea passing through Pisa.
Itineraries through Tuscany, museums and wineries openings, these are just some of the exclusive events inside the program of “Vignaioli & Vignerons” (Winegrowers & Vignerons).
History, art, good food and kind people living in the hills where the finest Doc wines born. Prato, Florence, Arezzo, Lucca, Siena, Montecatini Terme, the Chianti hills of Florence and Arezzo, the Crete Senesi area. In these lands wine is culture, identity and landscape. Vignaioli & Vignerons offers events and exhibitions, tastings and open museums, markets and wineries from 4 to 13 December. A special occasion to know the real Tuscany, exploring deeply this region, its treasures and oenological secrets, its ancient paths and traditions.