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June 15-21

The Mummy
Barberini
Lux

Super Woman
Barberini
Lux

Lady Macbeth
Nuovo Olimpia

Paris Can Wait
Nuvo Olimpia

A Tale of Love and Darkness

Fiamma

Plus From Cannes to Rome festival
screening at the
Eden, Giulio Cesare and Fiamma
through Sunday, June 18


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THE BEST IN ROME
Friday, June 16 - Thursday, June 30, 2017

TRANSPORT STRIKE!! A transportation strike is scheduled Friday, June 16 from 8:30 am through 9 pm . Trains, buses and metro will be effected, although the Trenitalia Frecce trains are guaranteed. As usual, rush hour transportation - metro, bus, tram -is running until 8:30 am and from 5-8 pm Regional trains are running tomorrow from 6-9 am and 6-9 pm. Have fun!

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At the Symphony
Maestro Yuri Temirkanov, the long time music director of the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic, celebrates the first anniversary of his appointment as honorary director of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia with two concerts. This week, in the second of these, he leads the chorus and orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in an all-Russian program including Tchaikovsky's Francesca da Rimini and a suite from his ballet Swan Lake, as well as three Russian songs for chorus by Rachmaninoff.   Friday-Saturday, June 16-17. Then, in an after-season special concert, the orchestra, chorus and children's choir of the Accademis Nazionale di Santa Cecilia is conducted by Shih-Hung Young  with soprano soloist Clara Sanabras, in a performance of music from the film The Lord of the Rings, the first chapter in the trilogy based on the book by J.R Tolkien, which will be screened in the original English with Italian subtitles. Wednesday-Thursday, June 21-22. All concerts at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, Sala Santa Cecilia. more

Deep Purple; The Long Goodbye Tour
The English group formed in 1968 are still one of the hardest touring bands in the world. From 1968 until today (with the exception of their 1976–1984 split) they have continued to tour around the world. In 2007, the band received a special award for selling more than 150,000 tickets in France, with 40 dates in the country in 2007 alone. This year they released a new album, Infinite. Hear them at the Palalottomattica,  Thursday, June 22. more

Depeche Mode
Another vintage English band, part of the New Wave, they formed in 1980. Since the, they have sold more than 100 million records worldwide - This year they released a new album, Spirit.  They're at the Stadio Olimpico,   Sunday, June 25. more

July Sounds Good/ Luglio Suono Bene
It's still June, but the annual outdoor festival is about to begin at the amphitheater, La Cavea, of the Auditorium Parco della Musica. Some highlights of the opening week: Michael Kiwanuka the chart-topping British singer who has performed with Mercury Price and Adele, Thursday, June 22; the Cranberries, Monday, June 26: the Beach Boys, Tuesday, June 27. Coming up later in the season: Nek, July 13; Chryssie Hynde and The Pretenders , July 14; Phillip Glass, July 16-17; Yann Tiersen, July 18; Charles Aznavour, July 24; more

Rock 'n' Roma
The festival at the former race-track in south Rome opens with reggae headliner Damien Marley. Some highlights coming up: Miss Lauryn Hill, July 9; Red Hot Chili Peppers, July 20; Marilyn Manson, Tuesday, July 24; Afterhours, July 27. more

At the Opera: Voyage to Reims
Continuing its outstanding season, well-spiced with interesting and unusual work, the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma presents Rossini's comic opera, his last with an Italian libretto before he transferred to Paris. The rarely performed opera, commissioned to celebrate the coronation of King Charles X in Reims in 1825, requires 14 soloists (three sopranos, one contralto, two tenors, four baritones, and four basses). Since it was written for a specific occasion, with a plot about European aristocrats, officers - and one poetess - en route to join in the French coronation festivities, Rossini never intended it to have a life beyond the first performances. He later re-used about half of the music in Le comte Ory. A co-production with De Nationale Opera Amsterdam, performed in the original Italian with Italian and English supertitles. Conducted by Stefano Montanari, directed by Damiano Michieletto, known for his innovative productions. Notable among the first cast, Mariangela Sicilia performs in Italy's leading houses and at the Salzburg Festival, Opera National de Paris, De Nationale  Amsterdam, Wexford Festival and the Teatro Real in Madrid.  Argentine tenor Juan Francisco Gatell, who  specializes in the bel canto repertoire performs throughout Europe and at Los Angeles Opera and the Washington Opera. Mezzo-soprano Anna Goryachova performs at the Zurich Opera, Paris Opera Garnier, Amsterdam Nationale, and at the Royal Opera House London.  At the Teatro Costanzi, Through June 24 more

Caracalla: Bizet's Carmen
Each summer, the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma presents a series of concerts and events out of doors against the splendid backdrop of the ruins of the Baths of Caracalla. The Carmen is a new production with a stellar cast including Veronica Simeoni in the title role, Roberto Aranica as Don José, and  Alexander Vinogradov as Escamilo, all on the roster of the Metropolitan Opera. Through August 4- The season continues with Tosca (July 8-August 8) and Nabucco (July 25 - August 9). The Tosca also features a cast of world-renowned singers, including Tatiana Serjan in the title role, Giorgio Berrugi  as Cavaradossi and Roberto Frontali as Scarpia, all with the Metropolitan Opera, Teatro alla Scala and the Royal Opera London on their resumés. Finally, the operas' ballet company is represented by Soirée Roland Petit, an evening of works by the celebrated choreographer, September 9-14. more

IN THE MUSEUMS
Botero, works by the acclaimed Colombian painter and sculptor is open athe Complesso del Vittoriano, as is a retrospective of 200 works by Giovanni Boldini, the portrait and genre painter of the Belle Epoque. Michel Basquiat – New York City, honoring, one of the foremost figures in contemporary art, is at the Chiostro Bramante. Silvia Codignola - Autobiografia della Madre, more than 40 works exploring the relationship betweenmother and son is at the Museo Carlo Bilotti. Piranesi. La fabbria dell’utopia, some 200 works by the great 18th century artist is at the Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi. Da Caravaggio a Bernini, a selection of paintings and sculpture by Caravaggio and Bernini,on loand from the Spanish crown is at the Scuderie del Quirinale. Spartaco. Schiavi e padroni a Roma an exhibition revealing the complex world of ancient Roman slaves, starting with the last major slave revolt led by Spartacus is at the Museo Ara Pacis. Dario Fo e Franca Rame: Il mestiere del narratore celebrating the life and work of the activists, actors and playwrights is at the Galleria Nazionale D’Arte Antica – Palazzo Barberini. Vivian Maier. Una fotografa ritrovata is at the Museo di Roma Trastevere Georg Basellitz. Gli Eroi, works by the celebrated 20th century artist are at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni..


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