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Palazzo Brancadoro, that rises in the medieval streets of the historic center of Fermo, dates back to the end of the 17th century, precisely to 1669.
It was the residence of Cesare Brancadoro, belonging to one of the oldest patrician families in the city.
Born in 1755 by the Count Giuseppe and Giulia Massi, Cesare was promoted to a priestly career and on 23 February 1801 he was named cardinal with the title of S. Girolamo dei Croati.
He died in the archdiocese of Fermo on 12 September 1837, at the age of 82.
In the early 1900s, the noble floor of the palace was purchased by the Danielli family, who still owns it and still lives there. Over the years, numerous restorations and conservation interventions has been carried out to preserve their artistic and historical value.

The calendar of the opening days of the Palace and of the different cultural events is currently being finalized.


In 2019, Anna e Paola Danielli, from their passion for music and art, have founded the cultural association Il Circolo di Ave with the aim of promoting emerging musicians, spread music of established artists trough moments of meeting and conviviality, and host art exhibitions, giving the chance to visit a place that up until now was never open to the public.
The music festival take place in the frescoed rooms of the house, including the great ballroom, with its mirrors and decors of the Liberty period, where brilliant musicians have entertained and involved the public with virtuosity of high value.
In the same rooms has been exhibited the work of important artists promoted by the association Karussell/contemporary art, in collaboration with the Fermo delegation of FAI.

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