Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in Milan

MONDAY 13TH APRIL 2020
A THING TO DO THIS MONDAY

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Due to the coronavirus COVID-19, Italy is currently under travel restrictions and cultural activities are likely to be affected. Meanwhile, here are things to do indoors and online if you're self-isolating.
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The first performance of George Frideric Handel's Messiah - one of the most famous pieces of choral music - took place on this day in Dublin in 1742. Hear Britain's Royal Choral Society sing the most recognisable bit, the Hallelujah Chorus, which they have performed every year since 1878.
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