Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia
Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia

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Sunday 16 January. A traffic block was imposed in several Italian cities in an attempt to cut smog levels. A slow goods train was derailed near Varese, the second train accident in a week. Omert was broken in Naples, w...
Concert conducted by Myung-Whun Chung, with music by Mahler (18.00). Repeated 7 Feb 2005 (21.00), 8 Feb 2005 (19.30).
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Nel Salotto di Georges Sand, with Milena Vukotic narrator and Giuseppe Bruno piano. Music by Chopin (21.00).
Concert by British singer-songwriter Elvis Costello, famed for hits such as Olivers Army, Shipbuilding and Alison, and more recently celebrated for his work on television and film soundtracks (21.00).
6 Feb 2005: Lecture by Gaston Fournier-Facio entitled Il senso tragico nella Sesta Sinfonia di Mahler (11.00).
The transport commission of the European Union has opened an enquiry into the proposed 1,2 billion recapitalization needed to save Italys state flag carrier Alitalia from closure. The enquiry wants confirmation that the...
5-6 Feb 2005. Baby Gang and Next, choreography by Jacopo Godani and Fabrizio Monteverde. Godanis aim is to de-condition the body from acquired techniques and styles, and in Baby Gang he encourages the dancers to regain t...
Anima: concert by Marina Sechkina soprano, Tatiana Marakunina contralto, Alexander Lapshin tenor, Sergej Birov baritone and Dmitrij Sitnikov bass. Music by Tchaikovsky, Cesnokov and other Russian composers (20.30).
Concert conducted by Zsolt Hamar, with Peter Sadlo percussion. Music by Creston, Guaccero and Beethoven (18.00).
Concert conducted by Manuel Ochoa, with Valery Kuleshov piano. Music by Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky and Respighi (11.00).
Marymount - International School Rome
Marymount - International School Rome
Marymount - International School Rome
Marymount - International School Rome
5-23 Feb 2005. Conducted by Jeffrey Tate, directed by Paul Curran, with Franz-Josef Selig, Robert Gambill, Peter Mattei and Petra Lang.
Italia Brasile 4-3, with Andrea Sartini and Andrea Calvani, both piano. Music by Rossini, Respighi, Milhaud, Sartini and Jobim (20.30).
The Rome city council, in conjunction with two city transport companies, Atac and Trambus has inaugurated a new service to help the homeless in the winter months. Two coaches go around the city at night giving out blanke...
Concert by British singer-songwriter Elvis Costello, famed for hits such as Olivers Army, Shipbuilding and Alison, and more recently celebrated for his work on television and film soundtracks (21.00).
About 4,000 people die annually in Italy of air pollution related complications, according latest findings in a study by the Italian National Cancer Research Institute of Genoa. The research carried out from 1996-2002 c...
The 2005 edition of the six nations rugby championship begins again in early February. Italy will be playing three matches at home in Rome at the Stadio Flaminio starting with the first match on Sunday 6 February against...
29 Jan 2005. The murky arts of the museums, the custodians of our past: numerous museums allow surprisingly intimate insights into their secret vaults and laboratories at night. The 17th Lange Nacht der Museen is an oppo...
10-20 Feb 2005. With its international film competition, a marketplace and numerous screenings of new films, the Berlinale is the Germanys biggest and most celebrated movie event and one of Europes most important film fe...
3 Feb-6 March 2005. Over 70 views of Rome and its surroundings etched by three German artists between 1792 and 1798.
3-9 Feb 2005. The Spanish city puts on a fine carnival of its own and compares favourably with the better known carnivals in the Canaries, Cadiz or Catalonia. All kinds of fancy dress competitions ensue in the run up to...
Marymount - International School Rome