Jun
05
2013
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Leonard Cohen in Rome

leonardcohenThere are few singers as talented and enigmatic as Leonard Cohen and whose work keeps eliciting so much interest after a career that spans more tha 40 years.

Mr Cohen was already an accomplished poet when his first record, The Songs of Leonard Cohen, saw the light in 1967 and indeed his attitudes towards art and fame are more those of a writer or a mystic poet that those of a rockstar. A New Yorker’s recent review of one of his performances portrayed him as an elder sage, not singing but uttering words with a voice that told itself stories through timbre and emphasys only.

mr Cohen will be performing at the Centrale Live Foro Italico July 7, 2013 at 21:00 PM. To get there from Yes Hotel or Hotel Des Artistes,  take the Bus 910 from the station Termini and get off at the stop ” LGT THAON DI REVEL/FORO ITALICO”; then follow this map.

Jun
01
2013
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July sounds good in Rome

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Every July the Auditorium Parco della Musica features musicians who are both innovative and representative of their respective musical scenes. Here’s our selection for this year’s festival. The full program can be read here.

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Goran Bregovic “La Notte della Taranta”
Wedding and Funeral Band, Orchestra de “La Notte della Taranta”
Probably the most intriguing entry, the Balkans meet the deep south of Italy. There will be fire, that’s for sure.

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Burt Bacharach
A genius of pop music, and the object of a recent campaign of rediscovery.


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Crosby Stills and Nash
Like a Mount Rushmore of rock, the trio is both imposing and never out of date.


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Wayne Shorter Quartet
feat. Brian Blade, John Patitucci, Danilo Pérez
A living legend of jazz, night dreamer Shorter never fails to bring something deep and suprising to the table.


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Baustelle “Fantasma”
One of our favorite bands and our suggestion if you want to discover what alternative Italian rock sounds like.


Monday 29/07/2013 Cavea h 21
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Paolo Fresu, Uri Caine, PMJO
The encounter beetwen the mediterranean lyricism of Fresu and the classical sensibility of  jazzman Cane is the kind of thing worth paying to see.


May
25
2013
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Supernatural Music: Carlos Santana in Rome

carlos_santana_concerto_a_roma_luglioProbably one of the least likely places to look for a guru of Rock and Roll is Autlan, a little Mexican town near the Pacific coast, but that’s where Carlos Santana was born.

Santana’s family moved from Autlan to Tijuana, near the border with the United States, and then to San Francisco. It was there where Carlos was going to amaze the world with his bold fusion of rock, African and latin rythms and oriental mysticism.

Carlos spent the 70′s and 80′s at the forefront of rock but the sales of his records slowed down and by the end of the 90′s he didn’t have a contract with any record label. His luck changed with Supernatural, an album studded with rock celebrities that marked Santanas’ comeback as a big name in rock.

Now as a part of his Sentient tour Santana will visit Rome next July 28. The concert will take place at the Foro Italico, that can be easily reached from Hotel Des Artistes (red subway line until Ottaviano, the bus 32).

May
15
2013
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Rock in Roma 2013

rock-in-romaRock in Roma is already a summer staple in the Eternal City. Today we bring you a selection of the concerts we look forward to:

June 21: Toto
80’s nostalgia anyone?

July 4: Iggy and The Stooges
You cannot miss the living legend of punk.

July 9, Rammstein.
Metal made in Germany.

July 10: Arctic Monkeys
Not sure if they lived up to the “Beatles-of-their-generation” hype, but they’re good nonetheless.

July 11: Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band.
The boss is the boss. And the order is “don’t miss my concert”.

July 14: The Smashing Pumpkins + Mark Lanegan Band
The Pumpkins just released a great record. We look forward to hear the new songs live.

Neil Young & Crazy Hourse
Uncompromising, togh and hard-rocking. Neil is the rocker for all seasons.

Apr
03
2013
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LIMP BIZKIT IN ROME 2013

The group started their career in 1994 They were among the first groups of the nu metal genre to emerge after the  Korn and Deftones and were also among the first to get success .They sold more than 33 million records, including 17 million in the U.S. “Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water”was a great album with awesome tracks.

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“Take a look around”was the first one and It was the mission imposible 2 soundtrack as well. Followed by the track rollin(best music video 2000) and my way that was used as opening track of wrestlingmania. Limp bizkit sounds belong to a bygone period and even tough they reached the peak of their success more than 10 years ago they still can make a young audience dance. On june 2013, the band will be in concert here in italy, precisely here in Rome and Milan.

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They will introduce their new album, Stampede Of The Disco Elephants. First track “ready to go” feat the rapper lil wayne is out already. Don’t miss this chance! For the best accomodation here in rome visit our websites for more info: www.yeshotelrome.com, www.hoteldesartistes.com


Where:Atlantico-Viale dell’oceano Atlantico 27 00144 Roma

When: 20 of june 2013 at 20.00pm

Price: €35


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Feb
26
2013
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Deep Purple Rome 2013

Old school still rocks!

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Deep Purple, the band that has made ​​the history of rock, after two years of absence from the stage, will perform on July 22, 2013  at the Hippodromo delle  Capannelle here in Rome


There is also a lot of waiting for their new album, their first in eight years since the successful “Rapture of the Deep.” The album recordings have brought the band to close the studio for much of the last  year, bringing the painful decision to give up the summer tour of 2012.

The title of the new album has not yet been revealed, but the statements of vocalist Ian Gillan and guitarist Steve Morse suggest a record that will leave a mark. Morse makes it clear that the same could be one of the latest in the band’s studio. The eight years that separate  “Rapture of the Deep” allowed the English education to tap into a multitude of material written in this period. Therefore legitimate to expect a work worthy of the best Deep Purple.


Don’t miss this opportunity! And also don’t forget to check our best deals on www.yeshotelrome.com or www.hoteldesartistes.com!


jona

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Jan
07
2013
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David Guetta in Rome

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After nearly two years from his last concert in Italy, is back to Rome the number one DJ in the world: David Guetta. The thirty-five French artist who began his career as a disc jockey, has become one of the most famous DJs in the world.

Born on November 7th 1967 in Paris to a French father and a Belgian mother at the age of 17 years began his career as a DJ in the Broad Club in Paris and that since his debut as a singer has sold over 3 million albums and 15 million singles worldwide, collaborating with famous pop and hip-hop artists as Akon, Kelly Rowland, Black Eyed Peas, Chris Willis, TX, Estelle, Fergie, Flo Rida, Kid Cudi, Nicki Minaj, LMFAO, Rihanna, Lil ‘Wayne, Ludacris, K’naan, Kylie Minogue, Taio Cruz, Snoop Dogg, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Will.I.Am, Jennifer Hudson, Jessie J, Sia, Chris Brown.

David Guetta will perform in a special live set, a real show of music and special stage effects, between lighting and original images transmitted by maxi led screens. In addition to the major hit, the king of the clubbing side of the Alps will present the new unreleased tracks contained in Nothing but the Beat 2.0, an updated version of the previous self-titled album, released in September.

The appointment for one of the Italian dates is February 2nd at the Palazzo dei congressi.

To buy the tickets click here.


Our Blogger: Rhodora

Nov
26
2012
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Villa D’Este Tivoli

Villa D'Este TivoliPopes or their families were involved in making expensive and impressive villas, arts or monuments for power and family prestige, now these structures account to a great deal of income.

Villa D’Este is no different story, in-fact this is byproduct of Roman Catholic priests’ luxurious and competitive life style.

Pope Julius III elevated Cardinal Ippolito II D’Este, grandson of Pope Alexander VI, to governor of Tivoli (north east of Rome) in 1550.

As a result of his new assignment, the cardinal was given an old monastery. Not satisfied with the new office, Ippolito, called famous architects, engineers and painters of that time to change an unknown monastery to ‘gardening and water-play model’ across Europe.

In the process, Villa Adriana marbles and statues were dismantled by the orders of the cardinal to making his own villa better.

The late-Renaissance villa stayed on D’Este family until the 18th C. when Maria Beatrice (daughter of Ercole II D’Este) married Duke Ferdinand of Habsburg, and automatically the villa became a Habsburg property.

As other Roman villas fate, the D’Este fell in disrepair and was neglected till the Italian State bought and restored it after the end of first world war. It is now open to the public

Villa D’Este became UNESCO world Heritage Site in 2001.




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Nov
21
2012
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Christmas Concert at the Vatican


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The Christmas concert, which began as the name of  “Christmas in the Vatican”, is a Christmas musical event created in 1993 to bring together every year several Italian and international singers at the invitation of the Church of Rome.

Born in the Vatican 20 years ago and then moved into different locations (Monte Carlo, Verona, Catania, Malta) is the most traditional Christmas event on Italian television that will be shown on St. Peter’s Basilica on December 15, 2012.

The originality of the event, which now has been repeated for 20 years, lies in the fact that this music “marathon”  with the presence of many artists from every nation, religion and culture, coming to Rome to sing Christmas Carols from different music genres ranging from opera to rock, through folk, gospel, classical music, world music and any other form of musical expression.

Constantly broadcast on television in prime time on Christmas Eve, the Concert  become every year the show with the highest number of viewers during the Christmas Dinner.
This twentieth edition of the Christmas Concert will be show on  December 24 2012 at 9.00 pm on RAIDUE.

To book your tickets click here.


Our Blogger:  Rhodora

Nov
19
2012
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Depeche Mode in Rome

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Depeche Mode, the band that redefined the sound of music, has announced the departure of their great revolutionary tour around Europe for the  next summer, promising to be the music  event of 2013.  With their electro  sounds and vibes full of feeling is a show that you cannot miss .

Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher will stop in 25 European countries for a total of 34 concerts for the joy of a captive audience of over one million and a half fans, before taking their tour to North America.

The tour will start on Tuesday, May 7 with an outdoor concert at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv (Israel). The Italian cities visited by the band will be Milan (San Siro stadium) and Rome (Olympic Stadium) respectively on Thursday 18 and Saturday, July 20, 2013.

 Below follow the dates , the place and the prices. A tip to all the fans: buy the ticket in advance!!!

Saturday 20 July 2013

Stadio Olimpico

Viale dei Gladiatori (click here for  map )

Time:  21:00

Tickets: from 45 to 65 euros

Info: www.the-base.itwww.depechemode.com


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