In the evening… especially

Garden Edition

The House Museum of the Paolo and Carolina Zani Foundation welcomes visitors during the summer period with special guided tours, music, events and workshops for children and parents.

After the great success of previous years, “In the evening…especially” returns in the Garden Edition version: exclusive evening guided tours to discover the extraordinary permanent collection of the House Museum and this year also dedicated to the spectacular garden scattered with over 400 works of art , enhanced by evocative luminous scenery and made even more fascinating by the moonlight. A real open-air museum where sculptures, vases, fountains and architectural elements dialogue with selected tree species, sought-after blooms, artfully pruned plants and shrubs.

Discover the magic of a guided tour of the House Museum, which opens its doors to unveil its precious masterpieces wrapped in an enchanting evening light!

Calendar of evenings:

  • Thursday 27 June 2024, 8.30 pm
  • Thursday 4 July 2024, 8.30pm
  • Thursday 11 July 2024, 8.30pm* (special evening with music at 10pm)
  • Thursday 18 July 2024, 8.30pm


Entrance ticket for the evenings of 27/06/202404 and 18/07/2024: €15 (guided tour of the House Museum + garden)

Entrance ticket for the special evening of 11/07/2024: €15 (guided tour of the House Museum + garden + music); €10 (free access to the garden of the House Museum + music)

Reservation is mandatory: 0302520479 –


Thursday 11 July 2024, 10pm

Auditorium of Zani House Museum

Notes under the stars

An evening dedicated to the 20th century, a century of rebirth for plucked instruments. The harp, which despite everything had managed to carve out a space for itself in the orchestra, receives the gift of gems such as Debussy’s Danses and Ravel’s Introduction et allegro, and the mandolin returns to be in the pen of great composers such as Mahler, Respighi and Schoenberg.

The KhromaDuo, formed by the mandolinist Eugenio Palumbo and the harpist Anna Pilleroni, has been committed to rediscovering the repertoire for mandolin and harp since 2020, constantly looking for opportunities to commission new original pieces for their instruments.

Music program:

– Bernard Andrès (1941*)


– Astor Piazzolla (1921 – 1992)

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– Eugenio Sorrentino (1865 – 1943)


– Vittorio Monti (1868-1922)