Milan is a city where music is played every day, so there are many things to do in Milan for music lovers. Whether you are a fan of pop, rock, classical or jazz, you will find music in venues across Milan. These can include bars, concert halls, historic churches, and in the city’s squares. Whatever your budget, Milan is a city where it is easy to listen to and learn more about music.
La Scala is a world-famous opera house and theatre where you can see some of the world’s top singers, musicians and conductors. Attending a performance here is a dream come true for any classical music, opera or ballet fan. Holders of a MilanoCard can get a 10% discount on La Scala opera packages of hotel and performance.
Jazz fans are in for a treat at The Blue Note. You can choose to make a night of it by arriving for a meal before the show or come just for the concert. Click here to find out about the 20% discount available for holders of the Milan City Pass.
Four places to learn more about music
- The Museum of Musical Instruments at Sforza Castle gathers together instruments from across the world and throughout the centuries, including a collection of keyboards from the 16th-20th centuries. Use your MilanoCard to get a discount to visit this and other civic museums of Milan.
- Visit La Scala Theatre Museum at a discount with a City Pass even if you do not have tickets for a show at the famous opera house, and view the collection of costumes, instruments and portraits.
- Admire the musical instruments invented by Leonardo da Vinci at the World of Leonardo.
- See antique musical instruments at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum. Visit at a discount or even for free with a City Card.