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Your Name Among The Rich And Famous That Sponsor La Scala

Beatrice Lessi

Who Are They?

Would you like your name written among those who sponsor the world famous Teatro alla Scala in Milan? If you are like me, you sometimes go to the “thank you” section of beautiful and glamorous events, where names and surnames of those who made it possible by donating is shown – I am alway quite curious about these mysterious people who love culture and have money to sponsor it. It’t normally a mix of institutional entities, private people and companies.


Young dancers of the Accademia. Photo courtesy of the Accademia Teatro Alla Scala Facebook page.

To Whom Does The Money Go?

From here to the 31 August you can do it too and in a very achievable way (starting from 20 Euro), to help the young talents on Teatro La Scala, selected about the best young people in Italy and worldwide.

Paola Bisi, Communication Manager for the theatre’s Academy, Accademia la Scala, who is extremely passionate about art, education and her talented Academy students, personally asked me to advertise this initiative. I am very happy to do that!

Donations are  collected to provide 127 scholarships to educate young set designers, tailors, dancers, musicians, and solo and choir singers enrolled at La Scala Academy.

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A young dancer who studies at the Academy. Photo courtesy of the Accademia Teatro Alla Scala Facebook Page.

What Do You Get?

Depending on the amount you donate, you’ll receive:

  1. Mentions – special thanks on the La Scala Academy webpage dedicated to the project, and inclusion among the Donors to the Academy.
  2. A Magic Trick – all you give will be matched (and doubled) by Italian mobile telephony company TIM, as explained on its platform WithYouWeDo
  3. Tickets – and /or invitations to the Ballets, Operas and Concerts held in La Scala.
  4. Mentorship – if you donate 1’ooo Euro, you’ll have the chance to meet and follow your talent and give him/her direct support.
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    Wig making: one of the disciplines studied at the Academy.

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Very young talents working hard. Photo courtesy of the Accademia alla Scala Facebook page.

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Before the Opera – I’m so happy!


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