A unique Venue in Florence, Italy
At St Mark’s we consider our facilities to be a place of meeting or gathering. If you want to connect with people who love art, music, literature or indeed, want to share a love of God in all (or none) of these ways, then we want to encourage you to consider us as a venue for your work. There are many opportunities for visiting choirs, orchestras, artists and academics that can be accessed through our centrally-located building in one of Europe’s most historic and renowned Cities. Florence – the birthplace of the Renaissance and of so much that our contemporary World takes for granted. We hope, also, that this can be a platform for your own endeavour. It may be an exhibition of art, a performance in the Church or other more intimate Public rooms, or indeed a lecture or presentation.
We are very familiar in working with diverse groups of people and providing the necessary publicity and support for such events. With sufficient notice, your event can also be included in our Cultural Programme which benefits from the Patrocinio of the City.
There is also a certain amount of accommodation available in the Palazzo and room for storage/rehearsal, as required. We ask for a donation to support our facilities, in line with our annual Table of Fees and Donations, but our commitment is firstly to your aspirations and to the building of the local and International community who surround us and who come here to deepen their lives and experience.
If you would like to know more about our facilities and opportunities in our calendar for a well-attended concert in Florence, then please get in touch with our Choirmaster, or our Administrator, who can discuss your needs.
St Mark’s receives no financial support from the Church of England, or from local or national Governments. We reply entirely on the generosity of those who use our premises or benefit from our ministry. Such donations are vital to our continued outreach and ministry, as well as cultural events, here in Florence and beyond. Thank you.