Meraki Balkan Orkestar – Balkan & Klezmer music

Orlando Cialli – alto sax  & clarinet

Giorgio Gadotti – Alto sax  e soprano sax

Lorenzo Mocellin – trumpet

Francesco della Pelle -Baritone horn

Tommaso Curró – accordion

Simone Meoni -double base

Andrea Anifantakis – drums

The Meraki Balkan Orchestra let’s you taste the sparkling melodies that you hear along the route from Istanbul to Berlin. Listening to ancient songs ,jealously preserved in places as diverse as the remote villages in the Balkan mountains or the Islands of the Aegean Sea. In your imagination you will be transported to dancing at a far away wedding in Serbia, a Bar Mizvah in the Ashkenaz Valley or a forgotten ritual in the wilds of Cappadocia. Into a world that speaks of love lost and regained, invaders and invading, passing summers and moonlight…

We are waiting to dance with you at our opening concert of the season!

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The concerts take place every Tuesday  at 7 PM from 5th July to 30th August 2022!

Entrance Fee

Free: under 4 years old
Concert: € 10,00; reduced-price ticket (under 16 years old) € 7,50
Park + Concert (last entrance at 18:00): € 15,00; reduced ticket (under 16 y.o.) € 10,00

Do not miss any of our concerts! With our Marble season ticket you can attend all 8 evenings for only € 50,00 (instead of € 80,00!). Seasonal tickets are transferable to anyone you would like to give a special evening at the Park.


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The Park’s work flies to the United States

We are very proud of the beautiful overseas collaboration which has been born and which underlines the relevance of our work here in Tuscany.

Indeed some of the works exhibited in The Park plus the’ Metropolitan Ostriches’ along the approach road (artist Yu Zhaoyang) were so admired by the Tetrault family, who founded the Peace River Botanical and Sculpture Gardens in Punta Gorda Florida, that they asked to have similar works produced for their exhibition.

Ostriches by Yu Zhaoyang (Cina) @ Peace River Gardens

‘Fly’ to the United States to discover the works at Peace River by clicking here.

Roger and Linda Tetrault began with 27 acres of uplands and wetlands. They conceived the idea of creating a botanical garden with world-class sculptures and an art gallery, while still preserving the natural environment and formed the Tetrault Family Foundation to fund and develop this project. They believed that the gardens would be supported by the people of Charlotte County and beyond through memberships and visits. Through the generosity and vision of the Tetrault Family Foundation, the people of Charlotte County will always be able to enjoy the Peace River Botanical &Sculpture Gardens.

“Look deep into nature, and then you will under stand everything better.” Albert Einstein

The Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Garden’s logo, like ours, is inspired by nature. A 50 million year old fossil palm frond forms the basis of their signature sculpture and logo, “STEEL PALM”.

Steel Palm by Boston artist Jacob Kulin

To discover more about how our logo was born click here.

How was The Park’s logo born?

As you know, one of the main objectives of The Park is the link between nature and art.

A Linden leaf inspired our logo.

leaf chiantisculpturepark art

The entrance gate reflects this. In fact it was achieved by scanning a Linden leaf and using the template to laser- cut the leaf from a sheet of metal.