Alaleona Theatre and Palazzo Passari renovated and a nursery school soon to be built
Perched 411 metres above sea level, on a hill in the centre of the Tenna valley, Montegiorgio is a municipality of about 6,600 inhabitants in the province of Fermo. A real panoramic gallery with an extraordinary view sweeping from the Conero to the Gran Sasso d'Italia, Montegiorgio was a flourishing centre in medieval times.
Now, with the support of Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, the municipality in the Marche region has been able to reopen its Alaleona Theatre. Dedicated to the musician Domenico Alaleona, a professor at the Santa Cecilia conservatory, famous for introducing concepts such as dodecaphony, the theatre is one of the 70 historic arenas in the Marche region and is located near the composer's birthplace. Thanks to its renovation, it has once again become a reference point for the entire province of Fermo.
Thanks to CDP, the eighteenth-century Palazzo Passari has been redeveloped, which since 2013 has also been the town hall and permanent home to the exhibition on the decorated sculptor Gaetano Orsolini. The commitment also extends to the town's future, with the construction of a nursery school, which the Fermo municipality was without until 2009.
These works have made it possible to return important buildings to the community with a historical, artistic, cultural and also socio-educational vision. This is in line with our mission to improve and support the country's social, cultural and entrepreneurial heritage with the solid help of local authorities.