Music in Rome

CANDLELIGHT DINNER, LIVE JAZZ CONCERT & TOUR OF ROME ALL IN ONE

CANDLELIGHT DINNER, LIVE JAZZ CONCERT & TOUR OF ROME ALL IN ONE

Rome offers an original form of entertainment to those who wish to combine at one time a romantic candlelight dinner with a tour across the most beautiful spots of the Eternal City on the notes of a live jazz concert. All this is possible on TramJazz, a vintage cable car converted into an itinerant restaurant and cozy concert hall.
The night starts at 9 pm: guests are warmly welcomed on the cable by refined starters and drinks; by that time the concert reaches its peak, the cable will have covered an enchanting itinerary at the end of which it will stop on the hill right opposite the Colosseum. It’s there that the dinner of typical local products will be served. Every event on TramJazz is dedicated to a specific theme (Dolce Vita, Brazilian Jazz, etc. just to name a few).
This exclusive 3-hour music and tasting journey can be enjoyed upon previous reservation, which we suggest to forward quite in advance for better chances to get your spot.
Hotel Des Artistes will be glad to help you with any bookings you may need during your stay with us!

ENJOY A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN THE HEART OF ROME!

ENJOY A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE IN THE HEART OF ROME!

Rome temporarily discloses one of its secret gems: Palazzo Ferrajoli, the prestigious 18th century palace facing on Piazza Colonna, in the heart of Rome, will be exceptionally open to public from January 3 to 7, 2015, on occasion of the Festa delle Luci in Piazza Colonna. It will be a four-day event dedicated to food & drink, traditional handicraft , music and art. Literature will have great attention through the exposition of ancient original documents (many of them in English; captions available). The access to the Palace is for free, and it includes a guided tour of it which will provide visitors with a unique chance to admire Antonine Column from above.
To get more info and free vouchers to take part to the event, please ask Hotel Des Artistes‘ staff!

NEW YEAR’S EVE…NTS IN ROME

NEW YEAR’S EVE…NTS IN ROME

Rome City Hall organized two major groups of events as public celebrations for the New Year’s Eve, so if you want to begin your 2015 by taking a bath in the sea of people who will warm up St. Sylvester’s night, you can basically choose between the following:
CIRCO MASSIMO from 21.30 onwards big concert with:
Spiritual Front, for lovers of neofolk, swing revival, symphonic rock
Gemitaiz & Madman, flagship rappers of Italian hip-hop scene
Mannarino, most emotional interpreter of traditional Roman music
Subsonica, the stars of electro music
Daddy G, the well-known founder member of Massive Attack
FORI IMPERIALI from 20:00 onwards dance and concerts on the notes of swing, funky, soul, ’60 revivals and electro swing. They will turn all the area of Via dei Fori Imperiali down to Altare della Patria into a huge partying stage inspired to 52nd Street of New York between the Thirties and the Sixties.
Choose Hotel Des Artistes for your holidays in Rome: thanks to our strategical location you’ll safely reach any venue in a short timespan, even by foot!

ROMEO & JULIET IN MUSIC AND DANCE

ROMEO & JULIET IN MUSIC AND DANCE

To end this year with a bang or to begin the new one in style, the current show at Gran Teatro in Rome will leave you astonished: on stage “Romeo & Juliet. Love and change the world”, a colossal musical production which already received appreciation by 9 million spectators around the globe.
The immortal story by Shakespeare has been transposed in music and words by French composer Gérard Presgurvic, translated in Italian by Vincenzo Incenzo (lyricist to some of the most famous Italian singers of the past 50 years) and directed by skilled Giuliano Peparini (who gained great fame with theatre works in France).
45 artists on stage, 30 dancers and acrobats wearing more than 200 customs by Frédéric Olivier, 55 people working on production, 550 m² for stage, backstage and storages: all contirbutes to a “Rome & Juliet” more enchanting than ever.
When: until 6 January 2015.
Tickets: from €24.
Ask Hotel Des Artistes for more info and directions!

ONE NIGHT, THREE DAYS… AT THE MUSEUM!

ONE NIGHT, THREE DAYS… AT THE MUSEUM!

6-7-8 December promise to be a long dream-weekend for museums lovers: Rome will offer her visitors several exceptional events in both State and City Museums. Concerts and a series of live performances will turn on the Eternal City’s cultural life just before Christmas.
Here a resume of the happenings:

Saturday 6 December: “Music at the Museums”. From 8 pm to 2 am dance & music performances will take place into all the major museums (including Musei Capitolini, Centrale Montemartini, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, MACRO, MACRO Testaccio, Mercati di Traiano, Castel Sant’Angelo, Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Scuderie del Quirinale etc.). Visitors will be admitted for free, or alternatively will be requested to offer €1
as a symbolic donation (valid to access the museum collection & attend the events).
Sunday 7 December: “National Archaeology Day”. Special sections of the musueums (such as depositories and area normally prevented to public) will be accessibile through guided tours.
Moreover, there will be no admssion fee for everybody at State Museums (while free entrance at City Museums will be for residents only).
Monday 8 December: opening of all City Museums which are normally closed on Mondays.

Hotel Des Artistes will help you out any time to figure out what’s the best museums for you!

SWING & NEW DEAL AT ROME JAZZ FESTIVAL 2014

SWING & NEW DEAL AT ROME JAZZ FESTIVAL 2014

A new wave of swing has hit Europe (and Italy as well) in the latest years: 2014 Rome Jazz Festival celebrates this trend with one-month jazz concerts, events, swing dance performances & workshops. All this is already happening at Auditorium Parco della Musica and other locations such as freshly renewed Teatro Torlonia, where many big names of the international musical scene will be on stage in the next weeks: vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater (Grammy award winner), Jason Moran and Robert Glasper (the two famous American contemporary jazz pianists), the best “Gipsy Jazz” (also known as “Manouche”) guitarists in Europe.
Time: until 30 November 2014.
Tickets on sale from €5 to €25.
Contact http://www.hoteldesartistes.com/ for the full programme and accommodation!

Roma Europa Festival 2014

Roma Europa Festival 2014

Roma Europa Festival 2014

Not only electronic music, experimental dance and interactive exhibitions. Until November 30th, ROMAEUROPA FESTIVAL 2014 offers you a deep immersion into the latest trends in contemporary arts throughout the works of talents from all around the world.
Historical locations such as La Pelanda (Ex Mattatoio), Accademia di Francia, Teatro Argentina, Teatro Brancaccio will be the roman stage for this two-months event.
If you are looking for the best accommodation to reach them all, then don’t hesitate to book with us at http://www.hoteldesartistes.com/!

October in Rome

In our opinion October is the best month to visit Rome. And to give you a prove of the lovely atmosphere that reigns over the Eternal City during this month we snapped this picture of the work of an anonymous street artist. The caption inside the heart says “I want to steal your…”

Is October in Rome, the weather is lovely and we wish you were here.

Lungotevere’s bars, restaurants and lots more!

Every year during August  a small market is set on both sides of the Tiber river: there you can eat the very Roman porchetta, buy the products of many local artisans, attend a street-theatre performance and have dinner too!

It might just be the best event in Rome, at least in the summer: On every night until September 1, the Tiber River’s banks come alive. More than a kilometer of stalls line the river—each one a shop or cafe, restaurant or bar.

If you’re a shopping, or strolling-and-people-watching, kind of person, the possibilities are endless. On my last walk through the festival, called Lungo il Tevere Roma, I perused jewelry, bought fistfuls of dried figs and kiwis, sipped a mojito in a swanky bar, and even watched one of the last World Cup games.


All in all a very good option to spend an evening in Rome after a long (and hot) day of sightseeing. The manifestation takes place along the river, beetwen the Sisto and Garibaldi bridges; the area can be easily reached from Hotel Des Artistes or Yes Hotel Rome taking the bus H from the station Termini (get off the first stop after the bridge).

Our Blogger: Joseph

Cirque du Soleil Quidam – in Rome (October 2014)

Quidam is the ninth stage show produced by Cirque du Soleil. It premiered in April 1996 and has now been watched by millions of spectators around the world. Quidam originated as a big top show since its premiere in Montreal, but has since been converted into an arena format beginning with its 2010 tour in North America.

The entire show is imagined by a bored young girl named Zoé who is alienated and ignored by her parents. She dreams up the whimsical world of Quidam as a means of escaping the monotony of her life.



The first half included some impressive aerial work by a female performer. The show was fantastic and the massive venue of Palalottomatica will help massively. The show wasn’t what was expected and never is. The performances are fantastic and will leave you amazed as to how can actually do it without injury. The best thing about the show was how funny it is. It is hilarious, at points, and wil had the whole of the hall in fits of laughter.


October 22-26 2014

Event Location: Rome, RM – Palalottomatica

Our Blogger: Joseph