Italian Cultural Events 2017

Karolos Trio Ensemble Music by Schubert, Dodgson, Beethoven

New Europe Society event

Sun 10 Dec 17 – 7,30 pm
Trinity College Chapel – Cambridge

Modigliani – Exhibition at Tate Modern

23rd Nov till 2nd Dec 2017
Bankside, London SE1 9TG – More info here

 

PLACE: Relinking, Relating, Relaying
25 January – 17 February 2018
An Exhibition by Art Language Location (ALL)

The exhibition at The Ruskin Gallery and Gallery 9 project space will feature a
varied range of artworks by artists from Italy as well that consider themes of community, locality and communication.

Fill – Festival of Italian Literature in London 

Coronet Theatre Notting Hill

21-22 October

Two days of events, over 30 speakers, authors and thinkers from different backgrounds, established authors and younger radical ones. Italian, British, and international voices will discuss migration, politics, the present and future of London, Italy, gender, and how Brexit is already affecting novels and poems. More info HERE

CUOS GALA CONCERT
By Cambridge University Opera Society
7.00pm, Thu 16th November
Emmanuel College Old Library

Students past and present, accompanied by Edward Reeve, will perform operatic ensemble and solo favourites ranging from Handel to Verdi and Mozart to Puccini.

[Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, Saint Andrew’s Street, Cambridge – CB2 3AP)
MORE INFO HERE
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Film club at La Dante – “Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo” by Leonardo Pieraccioni

Friday 24th Nov 2017 – 7,15-9pm 

La Dante in Cambridge – The Lodge – Hawthorn Way, CB41BT

Starts: 03/11/2017 7:15pm

Found out more ——–Book your place and get more info at ladanteincambridge@gmail.com – 01223315191

Music for guitar and clarinet in Cambridge

 Luca Luciano and Jose Henrique de Campos

Gonville & Caius College – Cambridge

Starts: 14/10/2017 6:30pm

http://neweurope.org.uk/events/index.html?events=future

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Italian Art in London

Estorick Gallery, Italian Modern Art
up to the 10th September
Franco Grignani: Art as design 1950-1990
5 July 2017 – 10 September 2017
http://www.estorickcollection.com

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Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge
Italian Violin Series
Classic concert with Leonardo Boerio – violin and Marinella Tarenghi – piano
Pieces by O. Respighi, F. M. Veracini and A. Bazzini
Thurs 7th September 2017, 7.30pm
book: www.neweurope.org.uk

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Cambridge Arts Picturehouse
(38–39 St Andrew’s Street,  CB2 3AR)

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

By Italian Director Luca Guadagnino

Fri 27th, 3,55pm  – 8,20pm 

Sat 28th – 11,25/ 3,50pm/ 8,20pm

Sun 29th October- 11.00am / 8,15pm

Mon 30th Oct – 12noon / 4,30pm/ 9 pm 

Tue 31st Oct – 7, 45pm

Wed 1st Nov – 3,30pm/8,10pm

Thu 2nd Nov – 6,15pm-La Dante presents the film 

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WIGMORE HALL
(36 Wigmore St, Marylebone, London W1U 2BP)

INFERNO ITINERANT SHOW IN RAVENNA 25th May – 2nd July
Inferno is an itinerant show starting, starting from the bomb of Dante to reach and go through all the areas of the Rasi Theatre. The Duration is about 3 hours, where the whole city is  a stage.
In collaboration with Accademia di Belle Arti of Brera and Conservatorio statale di Musica ‘Ottorino Respighi’ of Latina.

Information +39 340 2610838 – 320 4603033 – info@terredidante.it

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PERFORMANCE BY CECILIA BARTOLI AND PHILIPPE JOROUSSKY with the virtuoso Ensemble Artaserse
Saturday 24th June 2017 

This exceptional encounter between two stars of bel canto is enhanced by the enduring friendship and strong musical bond between Cecilia Bartoliand Philippe Jaroussky. Following an acclaimed Giulio Cesare in Salzburg and mutual guest appearances on several of their recording projects, they finally share a concert in company with the virtuoso Ensemble Artaserse, founded by Jaroussky in 2003.

Venue and time: 24th June 2017, Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London

Book here

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6 DAYS TOUR FROM VENEZIA TO RAVENNA DISCOVERING LORD BYRON’S LIFE AND HIS LAST LOVE FOR TERESA
16th -21st October 2017

16th  October Venezia. Tour on Canal Grande

17th October Venezia. Visit to ‘Cimitero Ebraico’, San Lazzaro degli Armeni island and Venezia by night on the popular Gondola

18th October Venezia. Visit to Palazzo Ducale e Ponte dei Sospiri

19th October  Venezia. Visit to ‘Teatro della Fenice’, where Byron used to go, and stop at ‘Villa Tenuta Ca’ Zen’ and Pomposa.

20th October Ravenna. Walking tour in Ravenna discovering the ‘zona del silenzio’ and the ‘Biblioteca Classense’.

21st October Ravenna. Visit to ‘Basilica di Sant’ Apollinare Nuovo and ‘Teatro Alighieri’.

Information and reservation: Terre di Dante Tour & Travel – info@terredidante.it – Tel. +39 320 460 3033 www.terredidante.it

 

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GlYNDEBOURNE: LA TRAVIATA

Thursday 8th June 2017 

Screen art.

Venue and time: Thursday 8th June at 6 pm. Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge.

5th June 2017 

NAHUEL DI PIERRO and ALPHONSE CEMIN perform Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Hendel, Rameau, Mozart and Donizetti.

Venue and time: 5th June 2017, Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London

7th March 2017– 4th June 2017

LIVE: MADAME BUTTERFLY

Venue and time: Thursday 30 March  2017. Arts Picturehouses, Cambridge

7th March 2017– 4th June 2017

MADONNAS AND MIRACLES 

Venue and time: 7 March – 4 June 2017, Adeane & Mellon galleries Fitzwilliam Museum

Free

3rd April 2017

Ivan Magri and Iain Burnside perform Bellini Donizzetti, Verdi, Puccini and Tosti.

Watch an introductory video to the Rosenblatt Recitals series at Wigmore Hall.

Book here with 25% discount.

Venue and time: Monday 3rd April, 7.30 pm – Wigmore Hall 36 Wigmore Street, London

DANTE POET AND PHILOSOPHER – A fortnightly series of public readings of Dante’s Work

14 March 2017 – Dante and his Sources. Classical Mythology and Islam;

28 March 2017 – Dante and Mysticism. Contemplation as desire for God

Venue and time: Italian Cultural Institute, 39 Belgrave Square London SW1X 8NX Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8.30 pm:

18th March 2017

Science Festival 2017

‘Astrosamantha – The space woman record’ Trailer

Venue and time: La Dante in Cambridge, 2-4 pm

In partnership with Cambridge University Science Festival 2017

15 March 2017, 7-9.30 pm

SETTE OPERE PER LA MISERICORDIA (Seven Works for Mercy) Curated by Mario Codognato

Free entry

Italian Cultural Institute, 39 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8NX

 

 

 

19th March 2017

The Cambridge Italian play – Non ti pago! By Eduardo De Filippo 

Venue and time: Sunday 19th March, 7 pm – Vivien Stewart Room, Murray Edwards College
Tickets: £5/ £4

Book here your tickets

13th March

World art: Botticelli Inferno

Click here for more information

Venue and time: Monday 13th March, 6.30 pm – Arts Picturehouse Cambridge

11th March 2017

Met Opera: La Traviata

Click here for more information

Venue and time: 11th March, 05.55 pm – Arts Picturehouse Cambridge

 

Tuesday 1 March 2017, 7-9 pm

Paolo Rumiz presents Il Ciclope

Free entry

Paolo Rumiz makes a welcome return to the Institute to talk about one of his latest books, Il Ciclope (Feltrinelli, 2015), in conversation with the ICI Director Marco Delogu.

Italian Cultural Institute, 39 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8NX

10th February 2017

Fabrizio Gifuni reads Carlo Emilio Gadda: Quer pasticciaccio brutto de via Merulana

Tuesday 23 February 2017, 7 – 9.30 pm

Free entry

Italian Cultural Institute, 39 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8NX

10th January 2017

Maria Katzarava, soprano – Stefano La Colla, tenor – Simon Lepper, piano. Music

Spanish Cultural Events 2017

DANCERS FROM EVERYWHERE!!!!!

The Emperor Latin Tapas Bar
BACHATA LESSONS”Party starts from 10pm
Latin Dj Set – DJ Hans at the ground floor
Bachata Dj Set – Sensual Tuesdays Team at the top floor (from 11:30pm)

http://buytickets.at/theemperorcambridge/89100

Risultati immagini per flamenco dancer

21 – 23/04/2017
Cine Lumiere, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT
Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW 

CINEMA

LONDON SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL – SPRING WEEKEND (+)

The Spanish Film Festival 7th Spring Weekend will bring you the following films between 21st and 23rd of April:

Kiki, Love to Love dir. Paco León with Natalia de Molina, Álex García, Paco León, 2016. (102 mins). A witty and transgressive film comedy in which through five intertwined stories he explores the sex, fetishes and frustrations of some engaging characters.

The Broken Crown dir. Jordi Frades with Irene Escolar, José Coronado, Michelle Jenner, 2016. (113 mins). Based on the history of Spain in the early 16th century, The Broken Crown, through the outstanding performances of a carefully chosen cast, brings in a new perspective to this episode of Spanish history by focusing on the unscrupulous lust for power by two men and the fragility of a woman who didn’t wish the weight of a crown.

The Furies dir. Miguel del Arco with Carmen Machi, Alberto San Juan, Emma Suárez, 2016. (125 mins). When Marga, now approching 70, announces to her children that she wants to sell the family house to be able to retire and travel around the world, she doesn’t realise what she’s about to unchain.

The Tip of the Iceberg dir. David Cánovas with Maribel Verdú, Carmelo Gómez, Álex García, 2016, (91 mins). Sofía Cuevas undertakes the investigation of some suicides that have taken place in a big company. Engaging thriller as well as a satire of nowadays corporate culture of work commitment and data privacy, contradicted by the presence of surveillance cameras.

Beyond Flamenco dir. Carlos Saura with Ara Malikian, Sara Baras, Carlos Núñez, 2016 (90 mins). A wonderful trip to the world of the jota and its many variations that works towards safeguarding a very special tradition.

More info www.londonspanishfilmfestival.com/7th-spring-weekend/index.html

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29th March 2017

guitarrísimo: Sones y Flores. Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas

Some of the most alluring works for two guitars by
great Cuban composer Eduardo Martín performed by
him and his compatriot virtuoso Ahmed Dickinson.

Bookings http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2874117 0800 411 8881 (lines open 24/7)

Venue and time: St Peters Church – 119, Eaton Square, SW1W 9AN London, 7 pm

15-26 February 2017

Flamenco Festival London

Sadler’s Wells’ renowned annual season of flamenco dance and music returns. In a fortnight featuring seven unique shows, audiences will be able to enjoy performances from some of the world’s most outstanding flamenco talent.

Sadler’s Wells, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R

07 February – 04 March 2017

Don Quixote in Algiers

Captured by pirates, held for ransom for years, he’s a soldier who wants to be a writer.  Is this Don Quixote in Algiers who and what he says he is?

From Condor Theatre Company

Directed by Franko Figueiredo

White Bear Theatre, 138 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4DJ

23rd January 2017

carlosPILAS at the British Library

PILAS at the British Library has become one of the most engaging chloeand popular pre-conference activities of the society in the last years. For this new edition, all members and friends are invited to a round-table discussion with the Latin American writers Chloe Aridjis and Carlos Fonseca Suárez, preceded by the traditional visit to the Library. Find out more.

3-8 pm, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

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