Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Join the International Festival of Pathological Films in Rome from 13 April 2016

The president of the Association of Pathological Theatre Dario D'Ambrosi is pleased to present the seventh edition of the International Festival of Pathological Films, which will be held at the headquarters of the Pathological Theatre (Via Cassia 472, Rome), from 13 to 17 April 2016. D 'Ambrosi is happy that this year coincides with the opening of the first university course in the world of "Integrated Theatre of Emotion", launched last 15th February 2016 in collaboration with the University of Rome Tor Vergata.



The Festival is not only a rich appointment of events, but also a competition for feature films and one short film in the world for its jury, entirely composed of children with disabilities, students at the Pathological Theatre, and headed by Paul Vasey, old member of the group. An initiative to promote young Italian cinema and foreign and synergies between the world of cinema and environments where you work on the mental and social hardship, convinced that this will contribute to an evolution of film language. 

Also this year many artists and personalities from the world of film and television who have chosen to join the event with live performances that will involve the children of Pathological Theatre. Among the participants of the previous editions include Simon and Garfunkel, Marco Giallini, Francesco Montanari, Claudio Santamaria, Riccardo Scamarcio, Maurizio Battista, Vinicio Marchioni, Sabrina Impacciatore, Marco Bocci, Alessandro Roja and Filippo Timi. For the fourth consecutive year, exceptional godmother will be Claudia Gerini.

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Santa Maria Antiqua the basilica in the Roman Forum reopens after 30 years

After more than thirty years, reopens to the public Santa Maria Antiqua, the basilica in the Roman Forum discovered in 1900 near the slopes of the Palatine. The church has on its walls a wealth of unique paintings in the Christian world of the first millennium, dating from the sixth to the ninth century. Closed since 1980 for a complex architectural operation continued with the restoration of the paintings, the church's reopening will accompany the exhibition "Santa Maria Antiqua. Between Rome and Byzantium."




Open From 17 March to 11 September 2016

The Basilica of Santa Maria Antiqua and the exhibition "Santa Maria Antiqua. Between Rome and Byzantium"can be visited according to the opening hours of the archaeological Roman Forum / Palatine:

Every day

08:30 to 16:30 from the last Sunday in October to 15 February

08:30 to 17:00 from 16 February to 15 March

08:30 to 17:30 from 16 March until the last Sunday in March

08:30 to 19:15 from the last Sunday in March to 31 August

8:30 a.m. to 19:00 from September 1 to September 30

08:30 to 18:30 from October 1 to last Saturday in October

The ticket office closes one hour earlier

June 2nd 13:30 to 19:15

Closed January 1st, May 1st, December 25th

Buy tickets online: www.coopculture.it/ticket.cfm?office=SANTA%20MARIA%20ANTIQUA%20TRA%20ROMA%20E%20BISANZIO&id=4&evento=425


From Penthouse Apartment Monteverde Rome take tram 8 until the last stop Venezia and then walk for about 500 meters.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Street food in Rome Trastevere


Fun, colorful, social and above all full of delicacies.
From March 18 to 20 in Piazza Mastai, in the heart of the neighborhood, will come the "Most good gourmet food trucks of Italy in Trastevere" event sponsored by Vinòforum and that will draw a selection of the finest cuisine on wheels . The famous "apette", which have become cult vehicles for lovers of street food, make a stop in one of Trastevere 's historic squares to satisfy any palate: from the most rustic and traditional to the finest and greedy chasing news also with menu "gluten free" gluten-free and vegetarian. A tasteful party where it won't be missed the perfect search for combinations of street food and the many wine or craft beer labels, strictly on tap.



From Penthouse Apartment Monteverde Rome take tram n. 8 directions "Venezia" for 8 stops.

Friday, 11 March 2016

Correggio and Parmigianino exhibition in Rome

From Saturday (until 26 June) the Scuderie del Quirinale will host the exhibition "Correggio and Parmigianino: Art in Parma in the sixteenth century." Through a selection of masterpieces from the most important museums in the world, the exhibition compares the paths of two absolute stars of the Italian Renaissance, Antonio Allegri called Correggio (1489-1534) and Francesco Mazzola called Parmigianino (1503-1540) . Thanks to the formidable talent of these two artists, the city of Parma became the beginning of the sixteenth century, an artistic center able to fully compete with the great Italian art capitals like Rome, Florence and Venice.




The Scuderie del Quirinale (Quirinal Stables, also called Papal Stables) was built over ten years, from 1722 to 1732 . The Scuderie, together with the Palazzo del Quirinale (Quirinal Palace – official residence of the President of the Italian Republic) and the Palazzo della Consulta (Constitutional Court – originally a villa built upon the ruins of the Baths of Constantine and adapted by Sixtus V as a civil and criminal court), make up a stunning urban space. At the center of the spacious piazza between these three buildings stands an obelisk – moved from nearby the Mausoleum of Augustus in the eighteenth century – atop a fountain and the famous statues of the Dioscuri (the two gigantic Roman marble “Horse Tamers”, Castor and Pollux).The Scuderie stands next to the Colonna gardens and on top of the archeological remains of the great Roman Temple of Serapide – some of which are still visible. The building covers approximately 3000 square meters , over several floors. Wide-open spaces on the second and third floors house the exhibitions. A cafeteria is situated on the mezzanine level and a bookstore, a giftshop and special areas dedicated to exhibition-related initiatives are all on the ground floor.Visit the Scuderie del Quirinale: what a view! 180° of beauty from the highest of Rome 's Seven Hills. The great window, designed by Gae Aulenti as part of an overall restoration of the Scuderie del Quirinale, is one of the site's main attractions.From Piazza Venezia's Victor Emanuel Monument (also known as "Vittoriano" or "Altare della Patria") to the many church domes - in the distance you can even see Saint Peter's – and from the rooftops of the city's historic center to the green backdrop of the Gianicolo Monte Mario and Pincio hills... hundreds of surprises await the visitor as he or she admires the city from on high.

From Penthouse Apartment Monteverde Rome take bus H direction Termini for 11 stops and then walk for 300 meters.

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

Raspoutine famous French night club to open in Rome in March

Roma increasingly international standing is strengthened with a touch of French glamor. One of the historical clubs of Paris, the Raspoutine, inaugurated in 1965 on the Champs-Elysees, in rue de Bassano, is about to start "his journey to the world" on Friday 11th March starting right from Rome, a few steps from Piazza del Popolo. Its founder Hèlene Martini was called at the time "the Empress of the Night" and the design, with many little red alcove in Art Nouveau style was realized by Ertè. Among the attendees at that time Serge Gainsbourg, the Agha Khan and Marlene Dietrich.



As told by its new owners, the restaurant was re-opened in Paris in 2010, Ghislain Evraert, Logan May and Benjamin Cassan: "L'esprit, the spirit of the Raspoutine, is to travel through collaborations with the most famous clubs in the world, from London to New York. and as the first leg of our journey could only choose Rome. Over the past five years we have rejected many proposals because for us the Raspoutine has to collect in one place elegance and quality music". And this place has been identified in the capital with Palazzo Dama, new hotel opened on Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia, which already houses the restaurant L'Autre Dame, and on Friday will host, in the night club downstairs, the Raspoutine Rome.



In an increasingly cosmopolitan city, with the forthcoming opening of the Japanese restaurant but also cocktail bar Zuma at Palazzo Fendi (March 10 inaugurated the Palace and early April Zuma), and in front of the lantern, designed by Fuksas hosting exclusive parties and the most famous DJs in the world (from Sven Vath to David Guetta) who play regularly at Goa and at the Warehouse, lacked a cabaret club "membership only" with international DJs who will offer a eclectro Ibiza style sound. "As in Paris Raspoutine Rome - says Logan May - welcome international guests from time to time. The stage of Paris has hosted various performances, such as the sight of Dita Von Teese in November on the occasion of our 50th annniversario". The idea of ​​opening in Rome was born from the encounter of Antonio Girardi, architect who care Palace Dama, with three French. Girardi then made the club as a "brothel Twenties" (with velvet and red carpet). "We realized we share the same vision of a small exclusive meeting place, thus was born Raspoutine Rome," he says
Girardi.

In the clubs of Paris, frequented by Karl Lagerfeld, Kanye West and many others, there was in January also Leonardo DiCaprio after the premiere of "Revenant", for which he won the Academy Award. The French club DJs ranging from Luciano to Moyo Brothers. The inauguration of the Raspoutine Rome includes two nights, Friday 11 and Saturday 12 March for about 500 guests. DJs will be Lorenzo Rumi and the resident of the local French Fabrice Dayan.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

The Macchiaioli at the Cloister of Bramante in Rome from March 16 2016

The scolarina, the Manes in the wind and Pasture in Maremma by Giovanni Fattori, The visit to Villa and Gardens in Piagentina by Silvestro Lega, The Rio at Riomaggiore, the Pascoli a Castiglioncello and the Return from the Capital by Telemaco Signorini are just some of the works of art of the Macchiaioli ready to invade the halls of the Cloister of Bramante in Rome. The exhibition, I Macchiaioli. The collection will open its doors on March 16, fifty years after the great exhibition at the National Modern Art Gallery dedicated to the masters of the macchie (literally "spots"). The style of these artists comes from the method of coloring "the first" and "real" (learned from Giorgione and Titian) and resulted in the work of a group of painters and intellectuals deeply involved in the reality of the second half of the nineteenth: the stain or spot is loaded with new meanings and became a tool for expressing moral tensions, civil and social.


Monday, 29 February 2016

Sting to play in Rome on 27 July 2016

To paraphrase one of his evergreen, we can say that everything he does is magic. Gordon Matthew Sumner, aka Sting, after the tandem last year with Paul Simon, will return in the summer in Italy for three concerts: July 27 at the Cavea of ​​the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, 28 on the stage of Visarno Arena - Park Cascine in Florence and July 29 to Assago Summer Arena of Milan, in the context of Music Street Art.



With The Police Sting was able to soften the harshness of punk in an unusual rock-reggae, creating masterpieces like Outlandos d'amour, Reggatta de blanc and Synchronicity.

Since 1985 the English artist, who lives several months a year at his villa in Figline Valadarno (FI), continued to reap success as a solo artist, winning 10 Grammys, 2 Brits, 1 Golden Globe, one Emmy, three Oscar nominations , the Billboard Magazine Century Award, and MusiCares Person of the Year in 2004. He is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and in 2014 received the Kennedy Center Honors. During his long career he has sold nearly 100 million albums between albums released with The Police and as a solo.

At the threshold of sixty (he will be 65 next October 2), brought beautifully thanks to a physical athlete, has reinvented the "classical" musician with the album Songs from the Labyrinth in 2006, brave crossover between pop and classical, If on a winter's night in 2009, dedicated to the songs of the English and Irish Christmas tradition, and Symphonicities of 2010, a mix of greatest hits and rare songs from his repertoire rearranged into orchestral key.