With the support of Computers & Structures Inc., conference participants have the unique opportunity to attend, on the evening of July 1st, an exceptional event at the famous “La Scala” theatre, i.e. a performance of Puccini’s celebrated “La Turandot” opera show

Given that seats are quickly running out, interested conference participants are urged to promptly secure their own tickets through these steps:

  • go to Conference participant platform
  • select “Registration add-ons”
  • indicate the number of tickets you wish to purchase, in the desired seating section
  • pay by credit card (only option available)
  • then go to “La Scala seats selection” and select the seats

Tickets are non refundable.

Note: for what concerns dress code, “La Scala” theatre states the following on their website: The public is kindly requested to dress in keeping with the decorum of the Theatre, out of respect for the Theatre and for other viewers. People wearing shorts or sleeveless T-shirts will not be allowed inside the auditorium; in this case, tickets will not be reimbursed

The Teatro alla Scala in Milan, universally known as La Scala, stands as a global cultural beacon, counted among the world’s most prestigious opera houses. Nestled in the heart of the Lombard metropolis, it is renowned for the high quality of its operatic and ballet productions. Since its opening in 1778, it has premiered operas that have become milestones in the history of classical music, attracting internationally renowned artists. Its neoclassical architecture, adorned with a lavish interior, mirrors the elegance and prestige that characterize it. La Scala is not just a theater but a symbol of Italian excellence in the performing arts.

La Turandot is an opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini, the Tuscan composer’s last work, left incomplete at his death in 1924 and subsequently completed by Franco Alfano. Its first performance took place at La Scala in Milan in 1926. Set in a mythical China, it tells the story of Princess Turandot, who imposes a cruel game on her suitors: solve three riddles to marry her or face death if they fail. The opera is famed for its rich orchestration, extraordinarily beautiful arias, including the renowned “Nessun dorma” and its intense psychological drama. La Turandot represents a pinnacle of late Romantic operatic tradition, admired for its grandeur and emotional depth.

The Teatro alla Scala in Milan asserts itself as a pillar of global operatic culture, a place where tradition and innovation meet to create moments of pure artistic magic. La Turandot, with its powerful narrative and unforgettable music, remains one of the most emblematic works in the La Scala repertoire, a masterpiece that continues to fascinate and move audiences worldwide.