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SCHEDULE OF ROME NIGHT TRICOLORE 16 March 2011 PART I | Traveling Easy
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SCHEDULE OF ROME NIGHT TRICOLORE 16 March 2011 PART I | Traveling Easy

Written by Michela | 14 March, 2011 7:15

notte_tricolore-303x450-9527912Special Events

hours 21.00 | Stazione Termini

Arrival of first train Tricolore

by the State Railways

hours 21.15 | Piazza del Quirinale

With the transmission of live television RAI UNO "150" presented by Pippo Baudo and Bruno Vespa

At the will of the Presidency of the Republic and in collaboration with RAI, all 21.15 Piazza del Quirinale start a live broadcast (which will end as 22) with the transmission of RAI UNO "150" presented by Pippo Baudo and Bruno Vespa, during which it will perform Fabrizio Frizzi, Gianni Morandi, Roberto Vecchioni and accompanied by Giancarlo Giannini 200 elements of Jung JuniOrchestra – directed by M. Simon Genuine – and the Choir of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia. Piazza del Quirinale, the launch of the connections with the main cities involved in the Night Tricolore.

hours 21.20 | Stazione Termini, Piazza dei Cinquecento

Opening of the Flag Monument

By partnering with the State Railways will open the flag to be hoisted on the Monumental Piazza dei Cinquecento. The ceremony will be followed by the live broadcast of RAI UNO "150" presented by Pippo Baudo and Bruno Vespa.

hours 22.00 | Stazione Termini, Piazza dei Cinquecento

From leave. The Italian Risorgimento popular songs

A draft for the Ambrose Orchestra Sparagna Italian Popular Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome and the People's Chorus directed by AnnaRita Colaianni

The show repeats in an original way some of the most significant folk songs Risorgimento. The repertoire is drawn from both the most important collections of nineteenth-century popular songs, including those of D'Ancona and Roman Gigi Zanazzo, sound material from both harvested directly from the voice of the last performers of this ancient social kind of singing around the sixties and seventies.

hours 22.15 | Piazza del Campidoglio

150 but does not show

Performance of words and notes of Umberto Broccoli and Patricia Knight. By Gigi Proietti. Luca Bernardini at the piano and Mario Vicari

Gigi Proietti, Umberto Broccoli will attract curiosity and anecdotes from the past, through the voice of Pasquino, the artisan – cutting and sewing clothes – cut and sewed reviews and opinions on the Pope, on the noble and the government of Rome in the sixteenth century. We discuss, through anecdotes, songs, poems and quotes, dell’Italia, Tricolore Italian language and, which united the country before the Unit itself. Language you will pay tribute through the dialects. It will be an imaginary journey through Italy. That trip in Italy must for all lovers of classical culture foreign. Remember it's important: Goethe, Byron, Stendhal. But also and above all children, Italian: Carlo Labruzzi (the late eighteenth century) travels along the Appian Way to redo the trip to Brindisi Orazio. And this is Rome, Italy, Roma in their voices ... the relationship with this city, with its history, with his stories ... ... Rome has a voice that speaks to us for centuries with its contradictions, Roma dei Papi between curiosity and anecdotes, Rome and the power. Rome Affair, slander, game domain. The voice of Rome, other voice, changes, often voice against. Against the powerful, against the abuses, voice troublemakers without revolutions. Ironic voice, mocking, sarcastic.

music

hours 20.30 | Piazza del Quirinale

JuniOrchestra and Young Children's Choir

by the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

Director Simon Genuine. On stage as well 200 boys will be performing a concert in which stands the Nabucco Giuseppe Verdi and some Hymns Risorgimento also composed by Michele Novaro and Goffredo Mameli, the authors of our National Anthem.

hours 20.00 – 00.30 | Piazza del Campidoglio

Advanced JuniOrchestra and Artists Opera Studio

by the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

Italian Fantasia

by Unit C1

Games map, video projections and lights on the historic architecture of the Senatorial Palace. Spectators gathered in Piazza del Campidoglio to attend an excursion for dynamic images through the culture and historical memory that is based and combines the Italian people. The sequence of visions of the exhibition will be part of the Advanced JuniOrchestra of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia, directed by Maestro Carlo Rizzari, with soprano and baritone Feola Rosa Sergio Vitale. The singers will appear at different levels of the building, interacting with the images, so that music and singing converse with the architecture, projections and the light. Visions between illusory and real presences, the pace of the game will follow the visual harmonies and melodies of the rich repertoire of famous arias and music, involving the spectators in an immersive and total. The plurality of languages ​​used, will be described the heterogeneity of landscapes and cities, faces of genius and the people, arts and crafts, odors and flavors, reconstructing the mosaic of the multitude of special features which are, in their units, the size of Italy.

hours 20.00 – 22.45 | Museo di Roma in Trastevere

The Fine Arts Trio

by Ince

An unforgettable concert style and elegance. Notes on the most famous of all Italian repertoire, the three artists (internationally renowned cellist Sinziana Bica, principal cello of the Orchestra Filarmonica di Roma, Marina Casarale with the piano and the voice of Hanna Hefner, from both the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome) provide an exclusive performance, where talent and unique style come together in a mixture of ancient and modern sounds.

hours 20.30 – 21.45 – 00.30 | Sala Santa Rita

Concerto "Melodies of the past" by Irene Rinaldi

The beautiful Italian song, dedicated to lovers of opera and classical music. The magic of famous opera arias from the repertoire of Italian composers, from Bellini to Puccini to get to Verdi. They will perform Irene Rinaldi (Soprano), Michelangelo Carbonara (piano), Raffaele Schiavone (purple). A musical journey from the Italian temperament exquisitely. Through the choice of authors is a tribute to the regional differences that make up the identity of the country.

hours 20.30 – 21.30 – 22.30 | New Church, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

Sacred music in the Italian Risorgimento

By the Accademia Filarmonica Romana

Program: Gioachino Rossini, Ave Maria on only two notes (text by Giuseppe Torre) by Sins of Old Age (1860 about); Domenico Mustafa, Prayer (Domenico Mustafa?); Gioachino Rossini, "The salutaris hostia 'dalla Petite Messe Solennelle (1863); Franz Liszt, Hymn of the child when he awoke (Hymn of the Child in its wake) of Poetic and Religious Harmonies, solo piano (1848-53); Richard Wagner, The angel (The angel) by Wesendonck-Lieder (Mathilde Wesendonck) (1857); Francesco P. Tosti, Prayer (Giuseppe Giusti) (1880); Giuseppe Verdi, "Ave Maria" of othello (Arrigo Boito) (1887). Maura Menghini, Soprano. Marco Scolastra, piano

hours 20.30 – 21.45 – 23.00 | Sant'Andrea al Quirinale

The spirit of Italy in the Roman Republic 1861

by Teatro dell'Opera di Roma

Concert of opera with music by Rossini, Verdi, Donizetti and others

hours 21.00 – 22.00 | Galleria Alberto Sordi

concert

by Youth Orchestra Monte Mario

Varied repertoire and innovative, with novel interpretations of some famous pieces of classical. Program: C. Parker, BeBop (Arr. M. Flora); J. Lennon, Imagine (Arr. A. Santoloci); F. De Andrè, La Guerra di Piero (Arr. A. Santoloci); Mozart, The Queen of the Night (Arr. A. Santoloci); Bach, Concerto for Violin and Soprano Sax (Arr. A. Santoloci); Gospell, Heaven (Arr. A. Santoloci); Gospell, Oh Happy day (Arr. A. Santoloci); When the Saints go marchin’ in (Arr. A. Papotto); Vivaldi, Concerto No. 3 RV 310 (Arr. A. Santoloci). Alfredo Santoloci, Director. Galleria Alberto Sordi will remain open through the courtesy of Real Estate Property Fund Donatello, I agree David, Source SGR SpA.

hours 21.15 – 00.30 | Museo di Roma in Trastevere

Opera and Piano

by Ince

A performance of classical music of the utmost quality. The opera singer and pianist Mauro Morelli Arianna Shrubs, from the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, will perform in the most famous arias of the great Italian Masters: Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Donizetti to name a few.

hours 21.15 – 22.30 | Castel Sant'Angelo, Pauline Hall

Chamber opera. Arie and patterns of work for instrumental ensemble

edited by Roma Tre Orchestra

An ensemble of Roma Tre Orchestra, formed by some of his best musicians, performs in a particular repertoire, or in a series of transcriptions and fantasias on operatic arias, designed for different sizes of organic. Then listen to songs for string quartet, violin and piano, trios and quartets of horns. to conclude, the finale of the William Tell in a insolta version 2 Violins, purple, cello, flute and piano.

hours 20.00 – 00.30 | off Romulus and Remus

Toccata & Escape

by the Tourism Department of Rome Capital

Aida will be, Radames, Amneris, the protagonists of the famous opera by Verdi, wearing the costumes of the Teatro dell'Opera in Rome to greet the arrival of 17 March, NATIONAL HOLIDAY. The effects of light, tricolor deliberately to emphasize the important event, accompany the evolution of the vocal quartet Toccata & Escape. The tenor Fabio Andreotti, la soprano Olga Adamovich, the bas-baritone and the mezzo-soprano Irene Cesidio Iacobone Bottaro will perform a repertoire chosen for the occasion by mixing pieces of opera to songs from the folk tradition. We will start dall'Aida Giuseppe Verdi, the composer who embodies that more than any other historical period, while impressive choreographic movements enchant the audience in front of one of the most beautiful in the world, Fori Imperiali. Can not miss the national anthem, sung in four voices from the famous vocal quartet, accompanied by piano maestro Sergio La Stella, directed by Dominic Baldoni.

hours 21.00 – 22.00 – 23.00 | Markets of Trajan Museo dei Fori Imperiali, Via IV Novembre 94

Muse - Music Wisdom celebrates the unification of Italy

by Sapienza University of Rome and Classical Orchestra Musa

The Classical Orchestra Musa, directed by Francis Vizioli, offers an unusual program of Italian music. It starts from the transcript of the prologue of Respighi and Monteverdi's Orfeo, childhood through some parts of Casella and Pizzetti's rarely a prelude to Oedipus the King, culminating in The Pines of the Appian Way, from the Pines of Rome Respighi.

hours 21.00 – 22.00 | Museum of the Baths Hall X

Xilon Orchestra in Concert

by Xilon Orchestra

Concert footage exclusively with Italian 800, centered on all those artistic values ​​that have helped make Italy a beacon of musical and artistic culture in the world. To further enrich all the meanings that the event celebrates, an orchestra made up of many young musicians.

Program: Novaro, Hymn of the Italians (exclusive instrumental version for only stringed instruments); Gioacchino Rossini (1792 – 1868) from Barber of Seville, Opening (orchestral) and A voice just now (air above); Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901) of Traviata, Prelude to Act Three (orchestral) and Always free of Eggi (Air soprano and tenor), of Rigoletto, La donna e mobile (air content), of La Forza del Destino, The Virgin of Angels (chorus and soprano), of Nabucco, Va pensiero (CHORUS); Giacomo Puccini (1858 – 1925) of Turandot, Nessun Dorma (air content). Carmela Maffongelli, Soprano. Daniele Penco, tenor soloist.

pm 21.30 | Piazza della Repubblica

pm 23.30 | Piazza San Silvestro

Discobus Habs

by Atac SpA in collaboration with Zètema Culture Project

For the younger ones will be made available to set up a special half-board mini events that will host a DJ.

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