Dena.

Until 6 May 2003. Work by 12 contemporary Iranian women artists.

Jazz My Love.

Until 11 May 2003. Photographs by Giuseppe Pino.

Iperrealisti.

Until 15 June 2003. Hyper realism was based on new techniques of using photography for painting. Of course the Impressionists had already employed it for a new view point, stimulus or crutch in the la...

Marco Polo Michael Yamashita. Un fotografo sulle tracce del passato.

Until 22 June 2003. Photographs illustrate a three-year journey sponsored by National Geographic magazine which followed the footsteps of Marco Polo.

Afro, il Colore.

Until 22 June 2003. An exhibition devoted to Afro Basaldella, the 20th-century Italian artist whose work focused on the use of colour.

Maest di Roma. Da Napoleone allUnit dItalia.

8 March-29 June 2003. Paintings and sculpture by artists working in Rome in the 19th century.

Storie da uneruzione. Pompei, Ercolano, Oplontis.

Until 31 July 2003. Frescoes, sculptures, jewellery, utensils and other objects, on show for the first time, illustrate life in the cities that disappeared when Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD.

Quotidiano al femminile.

16 April-1 June 2003. The life stories of 30 women are told by 20 photographers, including Gianni Berengo Gardin, Marialba Russo and Cristina Omenetto.

Mario Merz. Arte contemporanea nei Fori Imperiali.

16 April-30 June 2003. An installation in neon lighting.

Accademica Filarmonica

Chamber music concert by the Quartetto Stradivario, with Luigi Alberto Binachi viola. Music by Mozart. 21.00.

Balletto del Teatro alla Scala.

17-24 April 2003. In The Taming of the Shrew, choreography by John Cranko, with Alessandra Ferri and Maximiliano Guerra. This is one of Cranko’s best-known and best-loved ballets. It was created...

Orazio Amato (1884-1952). Un pittore tra le due guerre.

8 April-25 May 2003. One hundred and forty works offer a panorama of the artists production.

Conservatorio di Musica S. Cecilia

Concert by the orchestra "I piccoli violinisti of the Tokyo Conservatory". Music by Vivaldi, Bach, Weber and Suzuki (20.30). Admission free.

Cuba Ballet

Blood Wedding, choreography by Antonio Gades, and Carmen, choreography by Alicia Alonso. Alonso has been the untiring director of the National Ballet of Cuba since Fidel Castro’s rise to power i...

Pilobolus Dance Theatre.

12-13 April. The company that inspired the very successful Momix is touring Italy with a repertory of old favourites and a few new creations by Michael Tracy, Jonathan Wolken, Daniel Ezralow and Moses...

Elisabetta Benassi - Joan Jonas.

Until 15 April. Videos and installations.

Maggiodanza.

In Tout Satie, choreography by Roland Petit, music by Eric Satie.

Maest di Roma

A collection of work by scholars of foreign academies in Rome.

Un euro per un sorriso.

Until 18 April 2003. Photographs and documentaries on Nicaragua organised by the Terre des hommes Italia Foundation, which aids children in difficulty.

Mario Sironi.

Until 19 April 2003. Work on paper from Futurism to Expressionism (1920-1955).

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