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Differenti Sensazioni

3/12 october 2019

Among the first festival in Italy dedicated to contemporary performing arts (first edition 1981), “Differenti Sensazioni” has been able to maintain and develop an open format of local, Italian, and international artists over the years.

Novelties and unusual proposals from all over Europe lead us along an art journey.

Each artist brings its own “secret world” and discloses it to the audience, turning the spectator into a traveller, into an explorer of “different sensibilities”, of new experiences and visions.

An international program that focuses on performing arts and social interaction, with a special attention towards the new generations of artists; Differenti Sensazioni aims to build a real community of artists and spectators based on the sharing of tools, ideas, world views.

Le Corps de Jèanne

S. Battaglio / Biancateatro (To)

Thursday 3th October h.21.oo

Ode to You

Manon Siv Duquesnay (FR/DK)

Thursday 3th October h.22.oo

d’Amore non si Muore

Sindone (Bi)

Friday 4th October h.21.oo


Baek / Erian (KR/AT)

Friday 4th October h.22.oo

In Dieser Frau + Sub

Menti / Bedin (Vi)

Sunday 5th October h.21.oo

Cedesi macelleria…

Laboratori Permanenti (Ar)

Sunday 5th October h.22.oo

la Nebbia della Lupa

Stalker Teatro (To)

Thursday 10th October h.21.oo


Ferienčíková, Júdová, Timpau (SK)

Thursday 10th October h.22.oo

Per Grazia ricevuta

Teatri 35 (Na)

Friday 11th October h.21.oo

Come True

Michał Stankiewicz (PL)

Friday 11th October h.22.oo

Postcards from

Castellano / Capula (To)

Saturday 12th October h.21.oo


Mammasonica (Ct)

Saturday 12th October h.22.oo

Ticket 10 €;
Reduced ticket 8 € (over 60, under 18, students, Abbonamento Musei Torino Piemonte Card, AIACECard, Torino+Piemonte Contemporary Card, Torino+Piemonte Card, Rete Culturale VirginiaCard, Tosca 2019 Card); 
Reduced ticket 5 € (under 14, Pass 60 Card, professionals); 
Free entrance for unemployed and disabled.
Times and order of presentation of the shows could change.

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