In Milan Ega promotes Cava del Sole


Within the festival of events dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the death of the extraordinary artist Leonardo, EGA proposed an exclusive event for its guests, an evening that ranged from culture to entertainment, starting from the Sala delle Asse up to a good networking cocktail between the walls of the Sforzesco Castle with the presentation of projects managed by EGA, including Matera 2019 European Capital of Culture.

The Sala delle Asse, an exceptional testimony of the presence of Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) at the Sforza court, is the most illustrious room of the Sforzesco Castle. Located on the ground floor of the north-east corner tower, the Falconiera, the room owes its name to the wooden cladding that was used in the Sforza age to make some rooms less cold and more comfortable.

The evening organized by the Milan branch of EGA located in Foro Buonaparte, was also an opportunity to present to the guests news from the group and the world of events.

EGA, just returned from the success of Repubblica delle Idee Bologna 2019, has been a trustable partner for companies and institutions for the organization and management of events, conventions and conferences for over 50 years.

After Expo Milano 2015 and the G7 Summit in Taormina 2017, EGA contributed to the Italian success of Matera 2019 European Capital of Culture, setting up Cava del Sole in just 3 months: a multi-purpose center with 1,000 indoor seats, 7,000 in the Arena and a service village, equipped with the most modern technologies where the Opening Ceremony, shows, conferences and concerts dedicated to Matera 2019 have started since 19 January.

Particular space was dedicated to Cava del Sole, set up in an eighteenth-century quarry from which the tuff was extracted to build the Sassi of Matera and which is the main legacy of Matera 2019, which will allow the city to promote itself in Italy and in the world not only as a leisure tourist destination, but also as a venue for congress tourism, corporate events and tourism linked to concert performances.