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6 October 2010 - 16 January 2011 curated by Fernando Mazzocca and Carlo Sisi Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome To tie in with the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Unity of Italy, the Scuderie del Quirinale is to host a major exhibition designed to show how Italian painters depicted the events that led our country to the achievement of independence and national unity between 1859 and 1861. The exhibition, comprising...
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Milan, Palazzo Reale September 22nd 2010 - January 30th 2011 After over 50 years, Salvador Dalì's genius is back in Milan: Palazzo Reale houses a great exhibition investigating the relationship between this Spanish artist and the landscape, the dream, the desire. The Milan City Councillorship for Culture and 24 ORE Cultura - Gruppo 24 ORE are honoured to present at Palazzo Reale "Salvador Dalì. Il sogno si avvicina" ("The...
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Located on the north eastern borders of Italy, Friuli Venezia Giulia region, thanks to its strategic position, enriched its own cultural heritage, absorbing numerous and diverse cultures over the centuries. Its illustrious past reflects itself in many valuable monuments, in solid traditions and even in excellent gastronomic products (such as the San Daniele ham, Friuli grappa and the Friuli Tocai wine, just to name a...
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The exhibition dedicated to the Swabian culture and its relationship with Italy will be inaugurated Saturday, September 18, at the REM Museum (Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen) of Mannheim, Germany, In the city, famous for its Museum, an exhibition area of 11,500 square meters with about 1.2 million pieces, will be exhibited masterpieces of Swabian from all over Italy. These include the unique statue of Sigilgaida Rufolo, a masterpiece...
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"In the wind of music and words" Sat. Sept. 04, 9pm San Nicola Square, Anacapri (Na). Anacapri Bruno Lauzi music award is a competition for singer composers, dedicated to the memory of the big Genova artist Bruno Lauzi. This's the 3rd edition. High quality music in an evening full of surprises and emotions. Below the singers and their songs: Federica Baioni (Rm) - Grido di pace Dora Cardone (Na) - Fammi andar via Fulvio...
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For the last 13 years, Minori has been at the centre of attention, not only for its wonderful scenery, its evocative monuments, but also because of the media attention about an event which directly involves one of the most important aspects of life in this community: food. It is a spectacular event, which is held every year and lasts a whole week. It relives the flavours of the very foundations of the culture of food...
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It was recently held at Weiheim, near Frankfurt, the important seminar dedicated to "Italian bread". At the local Academy, one of the world's most prestigious ones that for over 80 years has been forming succesful bakers, numerous officers from all over Germany have arrived together with the idol Guntzer and all the master bakers, winners of the 2008 world championship. Guest of honor of the event, master baker Valerio...
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The oldest town of the Amalfi coast meets the most modern city in the world from August 11th to September 11th 2010 The "Scala incontra New York" (Scala meets New York) event has become a star of the Amalfi Coast. A series of events outlining the future, treading memory paths, aware of the past, with a foot in the present and a glance of hope if the time to come. The event started with the inauguration of the first monument...
Written by (admin), Wednesday, July 28, 2010 12:00:00 AM
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One of the strenghts of Piedmont is the diversification of the tourist offer: picturesque medieval villages, where it is still possible to breath the atmosphere of a time, and modern cities of art, wonderful lake landscapes and lovely hills crossed by regular rows of vineyards, ski resorts and sumptuous patrician residences. Not forgetting the excellent gastronomic products and the exclusive wines, such as Barolo and...
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www.luminariadisandomenico.it Praiano (SA) from 31st July to 4th August, 2010 For more than 400 years the people of Praiano have decorated their balconies, terraces, gardens ad streets with candles and oil lamps to celebrate the feast day of San Domenico (Aug. 4). The tradition originates from 1599 when Dominicans monks founded a Monastery, Saint Maria a Castro, high above Praiano. "The Luminaria di San Domenico", a spectacular...
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The Hotel Villa Maria will offer a delicious and relaxing drink with the flavors of the Amalfi coast and the excellent products of "I Love Mangio - Italian Luxury Food". Sunday, July 25th, at 6.00pm Boutique Carlà Ravello Hotel Villa Maria, Via Santa Chiara 2, Ravello +39 089 857255
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The charming scenery of Palazzo Mezzacapo in Maiori will frame the IV edition of "Popolo e Tammorra Folkfestival", from July 21st-24th 2010, festival of traditional dance and music. PROGRAMME July 21st 6.30pm stage of traditional dance 9.00pm TAMMORE (Positano) 10.00pm PARANZA SPASSATIEMO (San Giorgio a Cremano) 11.00pm PARANZA MADONNA DELLE GALLINE (Pagani) July 22nd 6.30pm stage of tradizional dance 9.00pm GREGORIANO...
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in art and literature between eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Andria, Castel del Monte July 16th - November the 1st 2010 When as we read of the much-longed-for smile Being by such a noble lover kissed, This one, who ne'er from me shall be divided, Ê Kissed me upon the mouth all palpitating. Galeotto was the book and he who wrote it. That day no farther did we read therein. (Dante, Inferno, V, 127-138) It is well known...
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International Review of Jazz Music XVI Edition Friday July 30th "THE COOKERS" Billy Harper - sax David Weiss - trumpet Elio Villafranca - piano Cecil Mcbee - bass Billy Hart - drums Metrò del Mare. departure from Salerno P.zza della Concordia at 8.30pm; departure from Minori at 1:00am Monday August 2nd "AARON GOLDBERG trio" Aaron Goldberg - piano Drew Gress - bass Greg Hutchinson - drums Minori (SA) Teatro del Mare h....
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Calabria is not only the land of woderful landscapes, where the mountains end in a sea of innumerable shades of blue, but also the meeting place of different peoples during the centuries, with their traditions, art and background. From this marriage the actual Calabria was born, with its artistic masterpieces to discover, to enjoy and to preserve.
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The Amalfi coast Tour by Night 40 small 500 Fiat will parade on the roads of the Divine Amalfi coast. For more info: www.andiamofuori.it
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1610: The Medici in the homage of King Henry IV of France and Navarre Florence, the Medici Chapels Museum July 16 - November 2, 2010 On May 14, 1610 King Henry IV of France and Navarre was assassined in Paris. France and Europe were all beginning to fear for the already precarious balance caused by his death. The news reached Florence nine days later and the young Cosimo II, recently succeeding his father Ferdinand I...
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After Forty years Giffoni talks about love. Even though one may rightly affirm it hasn't thought about anything else but love for the past forty years. When we look back at the themes suggested by the festival throughout the years love is all around. Desire, energy, emotion, discovery, boundaries, choice, journey, dream: These are all fragments of a never ending Love speech. But what do we talk about when we talk about...
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ANCIENT & MODERN CATHEDRAL MUSIC The Quire of Voyces presents sacred a cappella choral music in the cathedral tradition. Called "spirituality of the connoisseur", the esemble presents some of the finest choral music of the Renaissance and Twentieth Century. Also on the program, a world premier compositon by American composer, Michael Eglin. Thursday, June 17, 5.00pm - Recital Pantheon - Rome Friday, June 18, 5.00pm -...
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The Basilicata region is a land rich in archaeological treasures that reveal its ancient origins: in fact it was inhabited over the centuries by Enotri, Lucani and Greeks. Archtectural masterpieces, wonderful view, nature and historical and urban jewels (such as the famous Stones in Matera) summerize in few words all the peculiarities of the Basilicata!