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 THE BEST IN ROME

April 12 - April 25, 2019

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Easter in Rome
Easter is an even bigger holiday in Rome than Christmas. It's celebrated over a long weekend from Good Friday to Easter Monday (Pasquetta), so expect stores, banks, and post offices to be closed, but with the influx of tourists, the Coliseum, Forum, archeological sites and museums keep normal hours. The first big event takes place at the Coliseum on Good Friday, when the Pope himself presides over the pagent of the Stations of the Cross. It begins with an afteroon religious service at Saint' Peter's Basilica. Then at 9 pm, a procession marches around the Coliseum where the fourteen stages have been laid out, accompanied by a huge cross and torches. Late Saturday night, mass is celebrated at the Vatican, with the Pope presiding and in most churches throughout Rome. Sunday morning mass in Saint Peter's Square is a huge spectacle, with banks of flowers, priests and nuns. Then the Pope delivers his blessing "Urbi et Orbi" from the legendary balcony. Tickets to masses at the Vatican are at a premium. Many tourist services will sell them at a price. Seats for the Sunday mass have already been assigned by lottery. so expect to stand. The Friday night Stations of the Cross and the Sunday mass are televised in Italy.

At the Symphony
Stanislav Kochanovsky, conducts the orchestra and chorus of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, with piano soloist, Benedetto Lupo in a varied program including the world premiere of a commissioned work by Fidele, Lexikon III, the 19th century Russian composer Tanayev's cantata John of Damascus, the Scriabin Piano Concerto and Stravinski's Firebird. Thursday-Saturday, April 11-13. The Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, visits Rome with Joshua Weilerstein conducting and piano soloist Lucas Debargue in a program that includes Mozart's Piano Concerto n. 23 and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Sunday, April 14. Conductor Ton Koopman leads the Orchestra and Chorus of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Mozart's Great Mass, and Symphony n. 41, the"Jupiter." Thursday-Saturday, April 18-20. All concerts at Rome's Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Santa Cecilia. more  

Chamber Music
At the Aula Magna, Università la Sapienza: the Prometheus Quartet performs string quartets by Berg and Schubert and the world premiere of Scène d’Hérodiade by D'Amico. At the Oratorio Gonfalone Stradavari Sextet, composed of musicians from the Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, plays music by Brahms and Tchaikovsky.  Wednesday, April 17. more

At the Opera: The Merry Widow
Franz Lehar's classic operetta in a new co-production with La Fenice, Venice, set in the 1950s, conducted by Constantin Trinks, directed by Damiano Michieletto reset in the 1950w. Notable among the cast,  Nadja Mchantaf is on the roster of the Komisch Opera Berlin, bass baritone Paulo Szot performs at the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala Milan and appeared in the recent Broadway revival of the musical South Pacific, winning a Tony award, Drama Desk award and Outer Critic's Circle award for his leading performance. Grammy nominated English baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore has sung in the world's greatest houses including the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala Milan and the Royal Opera London. Performed in German with Italian and English supertitles. Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. more


AT THE MUSEUMS

Claudio Imperatore. Messalina Agrippina e le ombre di una dinastia, a comprehensive body of work, on loan from Italian and international institutes, traces the life and reign Claudius, Emperor of Rome from 41 to 54 AD, the first emperor to be born outside of Italy. At the Museo Dell’Ara Pacis.Works by the late photographer Robert Mapplethorpe are on display at the Palazzo Corsini. Leonardo da Vinci. La scienza prima della scienza is at the Scuderie del Quirinale. Roma nella Camera Oscura – Fotografie della città dall’ottocento a oggi, illustrating the evolution of Rome over the course of more than a century, is at the Museo di Roma - Palazzo Braschi. Anne and Patrick Poirier – Romamor works by the French couple are at the Villa Medici. Vincenzo Scolamiero – Della declinante ombra (Slant Shadow) recent work by the artist are at the . Museo Carlo Bilotti. Donne. Corpo e immagine tra simbolo e rivoluzione,100 artworks c celebrate diverse artistic and cultural trends from the 19th century to today, with the female figure the central focal point at the Galleria D’Arte Moderna Di Roma Capitale. Two big exhibitions at the Complesso Vittoriana, the Warhol retrospective and Pollack and the New York School, have been extened through May 5. Julian Rosefeldt – Manifesto, a video installation on 13 screens, is at the Palazzo Delle Exposizioni.. L’acqua di Talete works by José Molina is at the Museo Carlo Bilotti.
Velina. Il tratto Russo, the first exhibition in Rome to feature works from the prestigious Galleria Statale Tretyakove is at the Vatican Museums. Dream: L’arte incontra I sogni, a group show featuring the works by international artists including Giovanni Anselmo, Anselm Kiefer, Tasuo Miyajima, Doris Salcedo, Ettore Spalletti, James Turrell, Bill Viola and others is at the Chiostro Bramante.


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