Культурные мероприятия

Лугано приглашает вас познакомиться со своим богатым культурным наследием.

Наш отель также предлагает удобный доступ в новый культурный центр LAC. Центр посвящен визуальному и исполнительскому искусству, а также музыке и призван стать одной из главных культурных достопримечательностей в Швейцарии.


Upcoming LuganoMusica performances

Beatrice Rana, piano

Chipin, Albeniz, Stravinskij

  • 22nd November 2019, 8.30pm
  • LAC, Theater room

At just 26 years old, Beatrice Rana is already known for her sensitivity, her refinement and her control. Her recording of the Goldberg Variations has been listed by the New York Times as one of the 25 best CDs of 2017. Beatrice Rana masters the keyboard while respecting the original style and writing. Her interpretation of the "romantic" repertoire – which she will illustrate with Chopin's Etudes – stretches beyond the certainties of a particular approach of piano performance. Under her fingers, Stravinsky's highly colourful Petrushka, with all its virtuoso component, becomes a piano masterpiece in itself with phrasings reminiscent of a great performer such as Maurizio Pollini.


Upcoming LuganoInScena performances

Hervé Koubi Company

  • 30th November 2019, 8.30pm
  • LAC, Theater room

Current Temporary Exhibitions at MASI

William Wegman. Being Human 

  • 08th September 2019 - 06th January 2020

Lugano A selection of one hundred works by the famous American photographer William Wegman featuring his Weimaraner dogs: portrayed for years by the artist, this rather unusual muse play characters, comment on fashion trends and address movements in art history. 

Julian Charrière Towards No Earthly Pole

  • 27th October 2019 - 15th March 2020

Through the exhibition "Towards No Earthly Pole" MASI wishes to pay tribute to Julian Charrière, one of the most innovative and promising young Swiss artists of his generation. The exhibition has been developed around a new videowork of the same name, a film started in 2017 and for which the artist explored remote places subject to extremely hostile weather, including the Antarctic, the Rodano and Aletsch glaciers in Switzerland, Mont Blanc, Iceland and Greenland. The exhibition will subsequently be presented in a modified version at the Aargauer Kunsthaus in Aarau and at the Dallas Museum of Art.