May
14
2014
0

Night Of Museum Rome 2014

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.

- See more at: http://www.revealedrome.com/2011/05/notte-dei-musei-night-of-free-museums-may-14-rome-italy-quirinale.html#sthash.leZEnGTp.dpuf

Rome’s Night of Museums is back on Saturday, May 17, 2014: museums and cultural spaces open to the public at night and hosting many events including art shows, music, dance, theatre, cinema, readings, guided tours.
Follow the Night of Museums on Twitter with #NDMroma14

A little more unusually, it also includes museums not often part of these free events, like the Scuderie del Quirinale (currently with a Lorenzo Lotto exhibit); the MAXXI, with its great Michelangelo Pistoletto exhibit; and the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, with its show on European 19th- and 20th-century art including pieces by Corot, Monet, Renoir, Ernst, Klee, and Picasso.

All will be open, and free, from 8pm-2am, with last entrance at 1am.


Rome Night of Museums 2014

Rome Night of Museums 2014

Some highlights on offer include a performance by Max Giusti and his group SuperMax in Piazza del Campidoglio which will be broadcast live on Rai Radio 2, and at the Casa del Jazz Marco Siniscalco and Antonella De Grossi of Partenope perform revamped traditional Neapolitan songs. Blues musician Roberto Ciotti appears at the Ara Pacis museum, there is a joint concert at the Centrale Montemartini by jazz singer Maria Pia De Vito and Brazilian guitarist Guinga, while performing for the first time in Italy is the Israeli musician Mosh Ben Ari at the Casa dell’Architettura.

For a full list of museums in Rome and across Italy see www.museiincomuneroma.it or www.beniculturali.it. Information is also available by calling the city’s cultural telephone hotline 060608

Our Blogger: JOSEPH

Apr
23
2014
0

First May Concert 2014

san giovanniThe 1st May Concert is surely one of the most anticipated musical events and debated in the Italian music scene. There is always great anticipation to meet the cast of artists , presenters and guests who will tread the stage in Piazza San Giovanni in Rome on the first day of May of this 2014.

The artists

The first is the participation of Clementino , rapper famous for his O ‘ vient and for his feat with Negrita titled Buenos Aires / Naples. The second is the extraordinary presence of Rocco Hunt will pass within a few months from the stage of the Ariston to the Piazza San Giovanni . There will also be linked to this historical band concert as the Modena City Ramblers and the Bandabardò.

Participate as a representative of a very strong singer-songwriter scene , Brunori Sas , recently on tour with his Camino de Santiago in Taxi , and Disturbed , fresh San Remo. Continuing with the long list of names come to the Levant, Stefano Di Battista and 50 sax Conservatory of Santa Cecilia , Francesco Di Bella, Taranproject with Daniele Ronda, Enrico Capuano, P- Funking Band. Finally , one of the most anticipated players certainly stand Pelù and Tiromancino.

The conduction

The historian Mark Godano organizer ensures that the run will be ” less screaming ” and see how the protagonists triptych composed by Dario Vergassola , Edoardo Leo and Francesca Barra.

Guests

Guests announced so far are the writer and journalist Aldo Cazzullo , Federica Sciarelli , known presenter and journalist, and the founder of Slow Food, Carlo Petrini . Max Paiella and Nino Frassica ( historical actor and television personality ) , will have the task of keeping up the mood even if you predict reflective passages and remembrance of the massacre of Door Broom.

 

Di.

Apr
13
2014
0

Luxury shopping in Rome

Shopping in Spanish steps and along Via Condotti

Let’s face it, the place is crowded (it is a notorious local meeting point). Lots of onlookers everywhere. But it is truly one of Rome highlights. The site itself is lovely. But it is also located at a place where all the Italian designers are. The palace that hosts the Bourbon Spanish Embassy is nearby facing a column with the statue of Virgin Mary. Behind the steps that lead to Trinita dei Monti church, you can visit Villa Medici (the French Art Center) and beyond Villa Borghese. The esplanade at the top of the stairs offer a full panoramic view of Rome. If you are scared of climbing all these steps, take the free metro elevator up to the church esplanade. By the way, Piazza di Spagna is a regular metro station from Termini. And then, down on the square, don’t miss some of the famous Roman cafés or the house where the British poet Keats died at the age of 25. So, yes, this place is quite unescapable in Rome!

The steps are wonderfully kept. You can enjoy walking up and down them, as well as looking into the fountain at the base and the views from the top. The steps and the view is stunning. There is a restaurants at the top but it seemed to have a very good menu and a marvelous view.

Go early so that that it is not too crowded.
thw whole area around the Spanish steps is a rabbit warren of tiny cobbled streets and well worth exploring. Avoid the tacky tourist shops though! Close to the heart of Designer shop Rome! A must for all us women! take your credit card!

The best way to reach the Spanish Steps is by walking up Via Condotti. Take Rome’s main thoroughfare Via del Corso, which cuts ancient/tourist Rome in half and passes near to a lot of the major sights—then head up Via Condotti towards the Spanish Steps. There are a lot of elite and fun shops. However, the prices are sky-high and the merchandise isn’t really that special—just elite and with a fancy label. So, window shopping is where the fun is here. At the end of the street, the Spanish Steps will loom above you.

 

Our Blogger: Joseph

Aug
03
2013
0

A Sumer Along the Tiber River

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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!

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).

Jul
26
2013
0

Saturday Night (Museum) Fever

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Good news for night owls: starting tomorrow the most important museums in Italy will be open by night once a month, which will make for an even more suggestive experience.

In Rome, 8 museums will take part in the experiment: the Galleria Borghese, the National Gallery of Classic Art, the National Roman Museum (Palazzo Massimo and Palazzo Altemps), The Diocletian Baths, The Crypta Balbi, the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art and the National Etruscan Museum of Valle Giulia.

The extraordinary openings will take place the last Saturday of every month until December. That is:  July 27, August 31, September 28, October  26, November 30  and December 28, 2013.

Jun
16
2013
0

Rome Vinoforum 2013: All About Wine And Then Some

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One of the items we tend to associate with Italy is wine, which is an essential part of the gastronomic culture of the country. Besides, it makes for a great souvenir: just imagine taking a bottle home and being able to breathe and taste Italy again, many months or maybe years after you visited the country,

Well, now we have good news for those who love wine or are simply eager to learn more about it: until june 22 you can visit Vinoforum, a fair of all things wine. The fair takes place at Lungotevere Maresciallo Diaz, Rome from 19.00 until 24.00 and 19.00-01.00 on Fridays and Saturdays. The Entrance fee is 16.00 EUR or 20.00 EUR Fridays.To reach Vinoforum from Yes Hotel or Hotel Des Artistes, take the A (red) subway line from the station Termini and get off at Ottaviano; from there take bus 32 for 7 stops.

Jun
08
2013
0

900 Lab, Rome’s New Open-air Club To Be Inaugurated Today

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Rome is preparing to treat itself with an intense summer this year. As if the many festivals taking place during the next 2 months weren’t enough (Lulglio Suona Bene, Rock in Roma and Vive Latino) a new club will open its doors tonight to cater for those who want to enjoy electronic music.

The name of the new club is 900 Lab and a good part of it is located in an outdoor space, a characterictic party-goers will appreciate when the Roman heat becomes more aggressive. Another peculiar feature of the club is its position, within the EUR neighbourhood, surrounded by imposing buidlings built during fascism:even if the memories they bring are not exactly happy, the scenery they create will be certaingly suggestive.

900 Lab is located an Piazza Gugliemo Marconi 32, Rome,  and can be reached with the B subway line (stations EUR Palasport/ EUR Fermi).

Jun
01
2013
0

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.

Saturday 29/06/2013 Cavea h 21
Luglio suona bene 2013
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.

Sunday 23/06/2013 Cavea h 21
Luglio suona bene 2013
Burt Bacharach
A genius of pop music, and the object of a recent campaign of rediscovery.


Friday 19/07/2013 Cavea h 21
Luglio suona bene 2013
Crosby Stills and Nash
Like a Mount Rushmore of rock, the trio is both imposing and never out of date.


Sunday 21/07/2013 Cavea h 21
Luglio suona bene 2013
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.


Saturday 27/07/2013 Cavea h 21
Luglio suona bene 2013
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
Luglio suona bene 2013
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
15
2013
0

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.

May
15
2013
0

Roman Museums by Night

notte_museiThose lucky enough to be in Rome May 18, 2013 will have the unique chance to visit its world-famous museums (and the less known too) by night. Every year many events are organized to give visitors a different perspective not only of the works kept in the museums but of the museums themselves: concerts, dance performances and conferences will complete the noctural experience to underline the role of the museum as a place of social exchange.

The date is set but the full program is not available yet. We’ll bring you a selection of our favorite appointments as soon as a list is made official. In the meantime you can follow the developments through Twitter with the hashtag #NDMroma13.

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