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no. 11 / wednesday / 6 November 2013 editorials
ROME INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Sarah Barchus . . . . . . . . . 2 TAXATION TIME IN ITALY Studio Legale Annino. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ARICCIA: ART CITY OF THE CASTELLI Margaret Stenhouse . . . . 9
EXHIBITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 LIVE music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 festivals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 DANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 THEATRE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 ACADEMIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 OPERA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 OPERA NOTES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 CHILDREN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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ROME INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
The film festival faces a challenge to prove itself on the international circuit this year
arco Müller remains at the helm for the festival’s eighth edition, which runs from 8-17 November, but has a busy and difficult time ahead. Last year, leadership challenges and inter-programme politics left the Rome International Film Festival with questions to answer. Müller, formerly artistic director of the Venice Film Festival for eight years, took up his new position in Rome in May 2012, much to the displeasure of the festival’s former president Gian Luigi Rondi. Supported by then mayor Gianni Alemanno and new festival president Paolo Ferrari, Müller was able to wrangle an unprecedented 60 world premieres for the seventh edition at very short notice, among which was Bullet to the Head starring Sylvester Stallone. Unfortunately, audiences embraced only a few features enthusiastically, and the turnout suffered a 17 per cent decrease from the previous year. With a shaky start behind him, Müller faced further challenges this year, specifically in relation to the festival’s finances. When Ignazio Marino de-
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feated mayor Alemanno, a strong supporter of the festival, many wondered if the event would fizzle out without funding, especially amid Italy’s economic turmoil. Though public stakeholders such as Rome’s city administration and the Lazio regional government have approved Müller’s €11 million budget, in mid October the festival was still waiting for all the funds to come in. If everything goes as planned, and there is much planned, the eighth edition will attract audiences with lower ticket price packages, some starting at €3, and a programme with Müller’s own brand of international flair. Müller, who recently won the Premio Gorky’s “special prize for the contribution to worldwide culture” for promoting Russian cinema, continues to steer Rome’s festival The festival’s artistic director Marco Müller.
towards being internationally inclusive. This is particularly evident in his choice of American directors James Gray and Larry Clark to chair the judge panels this year. Running from 8-17 November, the festival will use all of the spaces at the Auditorium Parco della Musica, which can seat more than 4,000 people, and will also hold events at Rome’s MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo. The festival comprises four official film categories: competition, out of competition, CinemaXXI, and Prospects Doc Italy. Competition The competition section will screen the world premiere of 16 featurelength films;
Hong Kong’s Tsui Hark will receive the Maverick Director Award.
premiered films qualify as long as they have not been shown outside of their country of origin. This year’s announced titles include Jean-Marc Vallée’s Dallas Buyer’s Club, with Matthew McConaughey starring as an HIV-positive patient fighting with doctors over his treatment; Spike Jonze’s Her, about a man enamoured with his computer operating system, starring Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams and the voice of Scarlett Johansson; Scott Cooper’s Out of the Furnace, a thriller in which Christian Bale and Casey Affleck star as brothers; and Isabel Coixet’s Another Me, featuring Game of Thrones’s Sophie Turner. James Gray, a filmmaking veteran, will chair a panel of seven judges to award the following: Golden Marc’Aurelio awards for best film, best director, special jury prize, best actor, best actress, emerging actor or actress, best technical contribution, and best screenplay. Attendees can get in on the action and vote electronically for their favourite movie to win the BNL audience award for best film. Out of Competition The hors concours section includes gala screenings of 12 world, international, and European premiere films including opening comedy L’ultima Ruota del Carro (The Fifth Wheel) by Giovanni Veronesi, highlighting humour in Italian living, and Francis Lawrence’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, starring Jennifer
Larry Clark is the Cinema XXI judge.
Lawrence and Josh written to the presiHutcherson, who dent to seek help in will attend the Rome solving a problem or gala’s red carpet along realising a dream. with Liam Hemsworth. Also In addition to the main Josh Hutcherson, of note is the film Young film categories, the Alice Jennifer Lawrence and Detective Dee: Rise of the nella città section will caLiam Hemsworth are Sea Dragon 3D directed by ter to a younger audience attending the festival. Tsui Hark, who will receive with 14 international and the “Maverick Director Award” because European-premiere films as an autono“he has reinterpreted the Chinese film- mous side event. making tradition, turning the codes and But the festival has more to offer conventions of western cinema upside than just passive observation: attenddown,” according to Müller. ees have the opportunity to meet actors and directors like Demme and Hark Also celebrating new trends in world as well as participate in master classes. cinema is the CinemaXXI category, Also, participants can visit the Film Martaking place at the MAXXI. Vincenzo ket at Via Veneto where The Business Marra’s L’amministratore, a comment on Street (TBS) promotes Italian films for contemporary Italy through the story of sale and distribution abroad, and New a building administrator in Naples, is the Cinema Network helps those working opening film. The spotlight piece of this on international projects to network, category is Fear of Falling by Jonathan develop and finance their films. Demme, director of Silence of the Lambs. To prepare the city for the cinematic Judging CinemaXXI is Larry Clark, celebration, Rome has just wrapped described by the festival as one of the up a three-part film series that began most important directors of the past in September and served to usher in 50 years and whose film Marfa Girl won the main film festival. The series enterthe festival’s highest award, the Golden tained film fanatics with classics such Marc’Aurelio, last year. as Pietro Germi’s Divorzio all’Italiana, well-known recent documentaries, and Prospects Doc Italy “MAXXI/Previews”, which gave viewers This section showcases new trends sneak peeks at films new to Italy. in Italian documentary filmmaking with eight feature-length premiere films. It opens with Marco Santarelli’s Lettera al Visit the film festival website to find Presidente, which focuses on Italians, out details on tickets and more. from post-war to present day, who have www.romacinemafest.it/ecm/web/fcr/en/home 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
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TAXATION TIME IN ITALY
Stiffer regulations on tax declarations for foreign residents in Italy have been in force for several years but now controls are getting tougher “Desperate times call for desperate measures” – Hippocrates.
othing much has changed since ancient Greek times and under the current global economic crisis many countries are monitoring taxation more closely to ease their public debts. In Italy the laws governing the taxation of foreigners in Italy are not new; they have been in place for a number of years together with bilateral agreements against double taxation with a number of countries (see side notes), but recently their implementation is under the spotlight. Taxation in Italy is levied at national, regional and municipal level. The Italian tax system is managed by the Agenzia delle Entrate (Inland Revenue Agency). The income tax year runs from 1 January to 31 December and taxes are payable normally by the end of June and the balance by the end of November. Depending on your status in Italy, resident or non-resident, you will be subject to different taxation rules. Non-residents are only taxed on in-
come and gains arising in Italy, whereas residents according to the bilateral agreements are taxed on worldwide income and gains. Income tax on salaries is deducted at source by employers on the basis of the estimated annual income. The balance of tax due is calculated at the end of the year. If you are a non-resident employee without other sources of income over and above your salary, it is not necessary to complete
a tax return. The self-employed nonresidents must complete a tax return and pay the tax due on their income. Tax is payable on the basis of the previous year’s income. Foreign researchers who have fixed residence in a country that has signed an agreement with Italy against double taxation are generally allowed to choose whether to pay taxes in their country of residence or in Italy, usually for a maximum of two years. Researchers and academics can request assistance with tax matters from the European commission EURAXESS (website ec.europa.eu/euraxess/). All residents, foreign or national, are required to submit a tax return to the Agenzia delle Entrate: employees in the private or public sector fill in form 730 and self-employed persons (liberi professionisti) the Modello Unico, normally submitted at the end of April but extensions can be obtained until June. Foreigners living in Italy will be classified as resident if: – for 183 days (6 months) of a calendar year they were registered with the registry office (Ufficio Anagrafe), or 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
– for 183 days of a calendar year they had their main place of business or residence in Italy, or – for 183 days of a calendar year they had their “centre of vital interest” (i.e., family) in Italy Taxes to be paid in Italy by residents are as follows: IRPEF (personal income tax) A progressive scale is applied to successive portions of taxable income under IRPEF. Personal income tax rates range from 23 per cent to 43 per cent (as from 1 January 2007). In addition, a regional surcharge ranging from 1.23 per cent to 2.03 per cent is levied under IRPEF depending on the level of income and region of residence, together with a municipal surcharge of up to 0.9 per cent depending on the municipality of residence. This tax is deducted at source by the employer and paid to the Agenzie delle Entrate. Social security The rate depends upon the classification of the employer for social security purposes and the position of the employee (e.g. manager). Generally an employee pays approximately 10 per cent of gross salary whilst the employer’s contribution is between 28 per cent and 30 per cent of gross salary. These contributions are deducted by the employer and paid to the national social security institute INPS.
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Accident insurance This insurance is compulsory for all employees in activities which the law defines as risky. This contribution is paid by your employer to INAIL, the national institute for accidents in the workplace. Pensions The bilateral double taxation conventions ratified by Italy distinguish between private pensions and pensions of a public nature. Private pensions are defined as those relating to past employment, in the private sector. They are taxed exclusively in the state of residence of the recipient, i.e. Italy, so the source state, for example the UK or US, is obliged to exempt such income from taxation. Public pensions are those
received in respect of past service rendered to the state, a political or administrative subdivision or a local authority. These are generally taxed exclusively in the state in whose interest the services were rendered (the source state). Property taxes If you own a property in another country and are resident in Italy, you are obliged to pay a tax in Italy called IVIE (value of real estate located abroad). In this case, in order to avoid double taxation in Italy, the taxpayer can deduct a tax credit equivalent to the amount of any property tax paid in the country in which the property is located, by submitting proof of payment together with your tax return. In the event that your property abroad is rented to a third party the income generated is payable in Italy and is represented on your tax return here. IMU – Imposta Municipale Unica (council tax) on primary properties in Italy was abolished in August 2013, and is no longer payable should you own the home you live in. Interest on investments Any interest earned from investments in Italy or abroad is taxed in Italy. If the interest is taxed at source in the country where the investment is situated, a tax credit will be granted in Italy if proof of payment is submitted with your tax return. Interest is usually taxed at the rate of 20 per cent in Italy.
LEGAL AFFAIRS Inheritance and estates Inheritance and estates are taxed in the country in which the deceased was resident and agreements on the avoidance of double taxation protect you from having to pay taxes in Italy resultant from inheritance from abroad. Tax deductions In Italy tax deductions are granted for mortgage payments (mutuo), taxes on your rental contract, medical expenses including medicines, veterinary expenses, school transport, children’s extracurricular activities and sports, and university fees. Receipts from the preceding year bearing your codice fiscale number must be submitted together with your tax return (for example 2012 receipts are submitted in 2013). When purchasing medicines at a pharmacy, display your tessera sanitaria (Italian health card) and your fiscal code will be automatically printed on your receipt. Even if a foreign resident has a sole income from a salary which is taxed at source, it is advisable to submit a tax return with your expense receipts as you will be entitled to a rebate on the tax you have paid on your salary. Our advice to foreign residents, employees and pensioners alike, is to seek assistance from a local CAF (Centro Assistenza Fiscale), which are recognised service providers by the Agenzie delle Entrate, and which help you fill in and submit your tax return for a fee usually ranging from €50 – €100 depending on the complexity of the return. Your local CAF office can be located on their website www.caf.acli.it under the banner contatti, or you can contact them at by phone on 199199730 or at email@example.com. www.annino-lawfirm.com Readers are welcome to send suggestions for future topics in this series either to firstname.lastname@example.org or directly to email@example.com.
▶ IVA (VAT) As of 1 October, IVA or Value added tax in Italy on goods purchased or services rendered is levied at 22 per cent. The prices reflected on supermarket shelves and on goods in shops is normally the total price inclusive of IVA, unless otherwise stipulated on the item. ▶ TARES – Tassa Rifiuti e Servizi Contrary to popular belief even among Italians, TARES is not being put in place to replace the abolished IMU. IMU was a property tax, TARES is a service tax. It is a combination of the old TARSU (Tassa Sui Rifiuti Solidi Urbani or garbage removal fee) which all tenants and property owners paid before, and TIA (Tariffa di Igiene Ambientale or a removal and recycling fee) together with a services fee for municipal street lighting and road maintenance. This tax is calculated according to the surface area of your residence and the number of people living there. To get a feel for what TARES will cost you annually, experts in the field say that it will cost each household approximately 29 per cent more than the old TARSU/TIA. On average TARSU cost each household €300 a year, which means TARES would be around €380 yearly. This may seem an alarming hike, but if you compare it to the average council tax in the UK, which according to local community and government figures released 23 March 2011 was £1,196, it is not that hefty. TARES is still being implemented, but when fully in place by 2014 will be split into four instalments payable separately in January, April, July and December to ease the load. Together with this change, municipalities are now obliged to implement differential garbage collection with the view to recycling and environmental protection initiatives, whereas before they were only obliged to remove the garbage which was inevitably dumped elsewhere. *Bilateral agreements between Italy and the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cyprus, South Korea, Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Estonia, Ethiopia, Russian Federation, Republic of the Philippines, Finland, France, Georgia, Ghana, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Former Yugoslavia, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Mauritius, Mexico, Mozambique, Norway, New Zealand, Oman, Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Romania, Senegal, Syria, Republic of Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, UK, US, Ukraine, Uganda, Hungary, Soviet Union, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zambia. 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
ARICCIA: ART CITY OF THE CASTELLI
Ariccia’s unique and splendid artistic heritage is eclipsed by its most famous gastronomic product
ention the name of Ariccia to any Roman and he or she will be sure to come up with the word porchetta. At weekends this small Castelli Romani town is invaded by hordes of hungry visitors from the capital who crowd into the string of fraschette (rustic hostelries) arrayed under the S. Rocco bridge and down the side of Palazzo Chigi park. The citizens of Ariccia have industriously elevated roast pig into an unrivalled porcine gastronomic treat, recognised by the EU in 2011 as an exclusive IGP (Indicazione Geografica Protetta). However, there’s a negative side: making the name of Ariccia synonymous with porchetta has tended to overshadow all the other things the town has to offer. Few people think of Ariccia as primarily a città d’arte. And yet, of all the charming Castelli towns and villages, Ariccia is the most authentic and coherent example of a true art city, planned by no less an architect than Gianlorenzo Bernini as a harmonic unit around the noble country retreat of his patron, Pope Alexander VII of the wealthy Chigi family.
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View of Ariccia with Palazzo Chigi and the monumental bridge.
The light-coloured Chigi palace is the true nerve centre of Ariccia. When the Chigi family took it over in 1661, it was a relatively modest hunting lodge. The pope, however, required a residence more suited to his status and commissioned his favourite artist to do something about it. In little over ten years, Bernini, assisted by his young apprentice Carlo Fontana, transformed not only the villa but the entire town into a baroque architectural showcase. Opposite the palace, he built the domed church of the Assumption, often compared to the Pantheon, flanked by twin colonnaded pavilions. Bernini also built the church of S. Nicola at the bottom of the main street, and the imposing Madonna di Galloro sanctuary at the far end of town. The ample space between became the scenic Piazza di Corte, decorated with two fountains and enclosed at the Albano end. The towering, three-tiered monumental viaduct and road leading into Ariccia came two centuries later.
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The palace was purchased from the Chigi heirs by Ariccia town council in 1988, along with all its original 18th and 19th-century art works, furnishings and fitments, and was opened to the public in Jubilee Year 2000. Curator Francesco Petrucci has followed every phase of the delicate restoration work. “It’s practically been my life’s work,” he says. “My graduation thesis was about Palazzo Chigi and I’ve supervised all the conservation processes and cultural initiatives ever since.” Restoration is an on-going project. The most recent task has been the recovery and preservation of a series of rare 17th-century Cordoba leather wall hangings. “They are now back in position, so people can see the rooms as they originally were.” There are plenty of other treasures for visitors to enjoy, such as the extensive Chigi baroque art collection; a rare Bernini sanguigna (a drawing executed
in reddish-brown chalk) in the chapel and two splendid gilded consoles, also by the master; the delightful old pharmacy, designed by Fontana; and sculptures, medallions, costumes and various art objects. Don’t miss the melancholy Nuns’ Gallery with the portraits of ten Chigi sisters, who all took the veil, and the Room of Beauties containing portraits of the pin-ups of the day, including the mistress of Cardinal Flavio I, the pope’s nephew. The third floor contains the recently opened Museum of Baroque Art, enriched with recent donations, and considered to contain the most comprehensive collection of Roman Baroque painting in Italy. Not surprisingly, the palace has been used as the set for many period films, including Visconti’s masterpiece, The Leopard.
EXPLORING LAZIO The visit won’t be complete without a stroll in the shadowy paths of the Chigi park at the back of the palace. The 28 hectares of woodland constitute practically the last surviving example of the original wild wood that once covered the area that was, in ancient times, the realm of Diana Aricina, the goddess of nature. A later Chigi, Sigismondo, transformed the parkland under the residence into a romantic garden where nature was allowed to run riot; it became a favourite haunt of artists during the Grand Tour. The garden contains many points of interest, such as the 17th-century great aviary, built like a Roman ruin, the snow pit (neviera), where snow was stored to make sorbets in summer, and a Roman sarcophagus allegedly belonging to Simon Magus, Nero’s mysterious court magician. At the far corner of Piazza di Corte stands another treasure: the Martorelli Inn, where many famous 18thand 19th-century artists and writers lodged. Their italicised names are inscribed on a plaque above the door: Guglielmo Turner, Cristiano Andersen, Enrico Longfellow. The inn possesses a series of enchanting frescoes on the legend of Diana by 18th century Polish artist Taddeo Kunze. The inn is at the top of Corso Garibaldi, which is lined with historic buildings, many dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries. The Corso leads down past the fountain of Bella Flora, the ruins of an ancient Roman temple and the Palazzo Primoli-Bonaparte, built by Napoleon’s brother as a summer retreat, to a spectacular finale: the Belvedere terrace, constructed on the old city walls, that opens onto a magnificent view over the Ariccia valley and Roman Campagna to the Mediterranean sea.
Palazzo Chigi acts as the focal point of Ariccia.
Where to eat Enjoy the view at La Nicchia at the Belvedere Terrace. Tables outside when weather permits, tel. 069331960.
Things to do
▸ Palazzo Chigi opening hours & guided tours vary according to season, tel. 069330053, www.palazzochigiariccia.it. ▸ Locanda Martorelli, by appointment, tel. 069332990, firstname.lastname@example.org. ▸ The Sagra della Porchetta di Ariccia takes place each year in late summer and has been running since 1950.
Getting there Regular Cotral bus service from Tuscolana, journey takes about 45 mins. There is also a train service from Termini to Albano Laziale, about 2 km from the centre of Ariccia.
THE CHIGI FAMILY The powerful Chigi family came from Siena before it rose to prominence within Roman aristocracy during the 16th century. One of the family’s more important figures was the immensely rich Agostino Chigi “the Magnificent” (1465-1520) who was a major patron of the arts during the Renaissance. Cardinal Fabio Chigi was elected Pope Alexander VII in 1655.
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Below is a list of the major museums and archaeological sites in Rome. Book tickets for many Rome museums and archaeological sites on tel. 060608 or online at www.060608.it. Book tickets for the Borghese Museum, Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia, Palazzo Barberini and Palazzo Corsini online at www.beniculturali.it.
Viale del Vaticano, tel. 0669883860, mv.vatican. va. Not only the Sistine Chapel but also the Egyptian and Etruscan collections and the Pinacoteca. Mon-Sat 09.00-18.00. Sun (and bank holidays) closed except last Sun of month (free
entry, 08.30-12.30). All times refer to last entry. For group tours of the museums and Vatican gardens tel. 0669884667. For private tours (museum only) tel. 0669884947. Closed 26 December and 6 January, Easter Sunday and Monday.
Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, tel. 0669881814, www.vatican-patrons.org. For private behindthe-scene tours in the Vatican Museums.
Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia Piazza Villa Giulia 9, tel. 063226571, villagiulia.beniculturali.it. National museum of Etruscan civilisation. 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna Viale delle Belle Arti 131, tel. 06322981, www.gnam.beniculturali.it. 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. MAXXI Via Guido Reni 6, tel. 063210181, www.fondazionemaxxi.it. National Museum of 21st-century art, designed by Zaha Hadid. Tues-Sun 11.00-19.00, Thurs and Sat 11.00-22.00. Mon closed. Museo delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari Piazza G. Marconi 10, EUR, tel. 060608, www.popolari.arti.beniculturali.it. Traditional Italian tools, crafts, clothing, furniture, musical instruments, jewellery. Tues-Fri 09.00-18.00, Sat-Sun 09.00-20.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian on prior booking. Palazzo Corsini Via della Lungara, 10, tel. 0668802323, www.galleriaborghese.it/corsini/ en. National collection of ancient art, begun by Rome’s Corsini family. Tues-Sun 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale Via Merulana 248, tel. 0646974832, www.museorientale.it. Interesting national collection of oriental art with some special exhibitions from its own collection and special loans. Tues, Wed, and Fri. 09.00-14.00. Thurs, Sat, Sun. 09.00-19.30. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian on Sun (11.00 and 17.00). Museo Nazionale del Palazzo Venezia Via del Plebiscito 118, tel. 0669994285,
www.museopalazzovenezia.beniculturali.it. Residence of Pope Paul II in the 15th century, it was the embassy of the Republic of Venice and then of the Austrian Empire. Paintings, sculpture, bronzes by Pisanello and Bernini. 08.30-19.30, Mon closed.
tel. 060608. Open for temporary exhibitions only 16.00-24.00. Mon closed. Museo Barracco Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 166, tel. 0668806848, www.mdbr.it. A collection of mainly pre-Roman sculpture. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Museo Canonica Viale P. Canonica 2 (Villa Borghese), tel. 060608, www.museocanonica.it. The collection, private apartment and studio of the sculptor and musician Pietro Canonica who died in 1959. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian and English (book ten days in advance). Museo dei Fori Imperiali and Trajan’s Markets Via IV Novembre 94, tel. 060608, en.mercatiditraiano.it. Museum dedicated to the forums of Caesar, Augustus, Nerva and Trajan and the Temple of Peace. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Museo dell’Ara Pacis Lungotevere in Augusta, tel. 060608, www.arapacis.it. Home of the Roman altar to peace commissioned by Emperor Caesar Augustus in the 1st century AD. The museum was designed by American architect Richard Meier. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed.
Museo Napoleonico Piazza di Ponte Umberto 1, tel. 060608, www.museonapoleonico. it. Paintings, sculptures and jewellery related to Napoleon and the Bonaparte family. 09.0019.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian and English. Museo di Roma – Palazzo Braschi Via S. Pantaleo 10, tel. 060608, en.museodiroma.it. The city’s collection of paintings, etchings, photographs, furniture and clothes from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in English and Italian on prior booking tel. 0682059127. Palazzo delle Esposizioni Via Nazionale 194, tel. 0639967500, www.palazzoesposizioni. it. Large space which hosts several travelling exhibitions each year. Tues, Wed, Thurs 10.0020.00. Fri and Sat 10.00-22.30. Sun 10.00-20.00. Mon closed. Scuderie del Quirinale Via XXIV Maggio 16, tel. 0639967500, www.scuderiequirinale.it. The museum opposite the residence of Italy’s president stages major exhibitions. Sun-Thurs 10.00-20.00, Fri-Sat 10.00-22.30.
a sculpture by Bernini, plus works by Raphael, Titian, Tintoretto and Caravaggio. 10.00-17.00. Galleria Colonna Palazzo Colonna, Via della Pilotta 17, tel. 066784350, www.galleriacolonna.it. Private collection of works by Veronese, Guido Reni, Pietro di Cortona and Annibale Caracci. Sat 09.0013.00 only. Private group tours are available seven days a week on request. For wheelchair access con-
tact the gallery to arrange alternative entrance. Keats-Shelley Memorial House Piazza di Spagna 26, tel. 066784235, www.keats-shelley-house.it. Museum dedicated to the lives of three English Romantic poets – John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Lord Byron. Mon-Fri 10.00-13.00, 14.00-18.00; Sat 11.00-14.00, 15.00-18.00. Guided tours on prior booking.
state museums Baths of Diocletian Viale Enrico de Nicola 78, tel. 0639967700, www.archeoroma. beniculturali.it. Part of the protohistorical section of the Museo Nazionale Romano in the Baths of Diocletian plus the restored cloister by Michelangelo. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed. Borghese Museum Piazzale Scipione Borghese (Villa Borghese), tel. 06328101, www.galleria.borghese.it. Sculptures by Bernini and Canova, paintings by Titian, Caravaggio, Raphael, Correggio. 09.00-19.30. Mon closed. Entry times at 09.00, 11.00, 13.00 15.00, 17.00. Guided tours in English and Italian. Castel S. Angelo Museum Lungotevere Castello 50, tel. 066819111, www.castelsantangelo.com. Emperor Hadrian’s mausoleum used by the popes as a fortress, prison and palace. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Colosseum, Palatine and Roman Forum Colosseum: Piazza del Colosseo. Palatine: entrances at Piazza di S. Maria Nova 53 and Via di S. Gregorio 30. Roman Forum: entrances at Largo Romolo e Remo 5-6 and Piazza di S. Maria Nova 53, tel. 0639967700, www.colosseo-roma.it. 08.30-19.15. Single ticket gives entry to the Colosseum and the Palatine (including the Museo Palatino; last entry one hour before closing). Guided tours in English and Italian. Crypta Balbi Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, tel. 0639967700, www.archeologia.beniculturali.it. Museum dedicated to the Middle Ages on the site of the ancient ruins of the Roman Theatre of Balbus. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in Italian.
Museo Preistorico ed Etnografico L. Pigorini Piazza G. Marconi 14, EUR, tel. 06549521, www.pigorini.beniculturali.it. Prehistoric Italian artefacts and ethnological material from various cultures. 10.00-18.00. Palazzo Altemps Piazza S. Apollinare 46, tel. 0639967700, www.archeoroma.beniculturali. it. Ancient sculpture from the Museo Nazionale Romano, including the Ludovisi collection. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed. Palazzo Barberini Via delle Quattro Fontane 13, tel. 064824184, www.galleriabarberini.beniculturali.it. National collection of 13th- to 16th-century paintings. 08.30-19.30. Mon closed. Palazzo Massimo alle Terme Largo di Villa Peretti 1, tel. 0639967700, www.archeoroma.beniculturali.it. Important Roman paintings, mosaics, sculpture, coins and antiquities from the Museo Nazionale Romano, including the Kircherian collection. 09.00-19.45. Mon closed. Vittoriano Piazza Aracoeli, tel. 066991718, www.museiincomuneroma.it. Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II and Italian unity. Also Museo Centrale del Risorgimento. 10.00-16.00. Mon closed. Entry free.
city museums Centrale Montemartini Art Centre Via Ostiense 106, tel. 060608, en.centralemontemartini.org. Over 400 pieces of ancient sculpture from the Capitoline Museums are on show in a former power plant. 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Guided tours in English for groups if reserved in advance. Capitoline Museums Piazza del Campidoglio, tel. 060608, en.museicapitolini.org. The city’s collection of ancient sculpture in Palazzo Nuovo and Palazzo dei Conservatori, plus the Tabularium and the Pinacoteca. 09.00-20.00. Mon closed. Guided tours for groups in English and Italian on Sat and Sun. Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna Via Francesco Crispi 24, tel. 060608, www.museiincomuneroma.it. The municipal modern art collection. 10.00-18.00. Mon closed. MACRO Via Reggio Emilia 54, tel. 060608, www.macro.roma.museum. The city’s collection of contemporary art, plus temporary exhibition space. Via Reggio Emilia 09.00-19.00. Mon closed. Also MACRO Future, Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4,
private museums Casa di Goethe Via del Corso 18, tel. 0632650412, www.casadigoethe.it. Museum dedicated to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. 10.00-18.00. Mon closed. Doria Pamphilj Gallery Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Via del Corso 305, tel. 066797323, www.doriapamphilj.it. Residence of the Doria Pamphilj family, it contains the family’s private art collection, which includes a portrait by Velasquez,
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ROBERT CAPA IN ITALIA 1943-1944 3 Oct-6 Jan On the 70th anniversary of the landing of the Allies in Italy, this exhibition presents a selection of images taken by the Hungarian photographer Robert Capa for Life magazine, between July 1943 and January 1944. Capa followed the troops from Palermo to Monte Cassino, photographing important events, such as the surrender of Palermo and the uprising against the German forces. Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi, Piazza S. Pantaleo 10, tel. 060608, www.museodiroma.it.
exhibitions Picking Flowers by Renoir at the Impressionism show at the Ara Pacis.
Blizka by Paris-based artist Thomas Jorion at Sala 1.
Wartime images of Italy by Hungarian photographer Robert Capa at Palazzo Braschi.
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GEMS OF IMPRESSIONISM 23 Oct-23 Feb The Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection of Washington’s National Gallery of Art comes to Rome, the only European venue for the loan which leaves Washington for the first time. The exhibition comprises 68 works divided into thematic sections ranging from landscape to portrait, the female figure and still life, to representations of modern life. The works are also displayed in chronological order, from Boudin – considered the precursor of Impressionism – to Bonnard and Vuillard who took the movement to a new level in the early 20th century. The exhibition includes work by major artists including Manet, Renoir, Cézanne, Monet, Seurat, Van Gogh, Gauguin and Toulouse-Lautrec. Museo dell’Ara Pacis, Lungotevere in Augusta, tel. 060608, www.arapacis.it. THOMAS JORION TIMELESS ISLANDS 8 Oct-15 Nov On the occasion of the 12th edition of the FotoGrafia Festival Internazionale di Roma, Sala 1 presents Timeless Islands, the first Italian show by Paris-based artist Thomas Jorion. The photographs capture places devoid of human activity, many of them abandoned by economic development, and all in remote destinations in Europe, Russia, Japan and the US. For all their desolation, these lost landscapes are enlivened by Jorion’s use of colour, light and dizzying perspective. The exhibition is supported by the French embassy in Rome, Institut Français Italia and Fondazione Nuovi Mecenati. Sala 1, Piazza di Porta S. Giovanni 10, tel. 067008691, www.salauno.com.
PATRICIA CRONIN MACHINES, GODS AND GHOSTS 9 Oct-20 Nov The Centrale Montemartini hosts an exhibition of site specific works by American artist Patricia Cronin, who exhibits for the first time in Italy. The six monumental works are printed on translucent silk and are inspired by Cronin’s recent series dedicated to American neoclassical sculptor Harriet Hosmer (1830-1908), whose work can be found in Rome’s S. Andrea delle Fratte church. Cronin’s works feature ghost-like floating images in watercolour printed on fabric. Centrale Montemartini, Via Ostiense 106, tel. 065748042, www.centralemontemartini.org. JULIAN OPIE 5 Oct-11 Nov An exhibition of a new Walking Studios series by Julian Opie. The English artist uses digital technology to portray mosaic-like images of people engaged in everyday acts, such as walking or texting, in a distinctive style that is both minimalist and stylised. Opie is a member of the New British Sculpture movement which examines “the decaying UK urban environment and the waste of consumer society” by incorporating a synthesis of pop, kitsch, assemblage, colour and humour into art. Valentina Bonomo, Via del Portico d’Ottavia 13, tel. 066832766, www.galleriabonomo.com. EVAN GORGA THE COLLECTOR 19 Oct-12 Jan Evan Gorga (1865-1957) was a talented tenor and eccentric collector who lived in Rome at the turn of the 20th century. Gorga’s passion for collecting verged on the fanatical, and such was the scale of his collection that he required ten apartments just to store it. His wealth of antiquities and unusual treasures was bought by the state in 1950. It includes glass objects that illustrate the entire history of glass production in Rome, from the imperial age to the end of the 19th century; and a sub-
stantial collection of bronzes, pottery, weapons, terracotta, painted plaster and stucco. The selection from the vast Gorga collection inaugurates the new wing of the Palazzo Altemps museum, bought in 2008. Museo Nazionale Romano di Palazzo Altemps, Piazza di S. Apollinare 46, tel. 0639967700, www. archeoroma.beniculturali.it. OVER THE OBLIVION 16 Oct-23 Nov Galleria 1/9unosunove presents the first solo show in Italy by New York artist Jonathan VanDyke, who borrows the title of Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1948 documentary short, Oltre l’oblio, for his latest exhibition of paintings, sculptures and film. In a series of black and white photographs, VanDyke depicts two cloaked and masked dancers who are seen reaching out for each other in the dark. Similarily VanDyke’s paintings are comprised of drips, stains and smears from the clothing of the two dancers whom he instructed “not to look at the canvas” while interacting. 1/9unosunove, Via degli Specchi 20, tel. 0697613696, www.unosunove.com. SHOWING AT MACRO GIULIO PAOLINI 29 Nov-9 March The exhibition presents 12 large installations by noted Italian artist Giulio Paolini from the early 1990s until today, as well as a piece designed specifically for the occasion. Paolini’s exhibition is developed around the theme Essere o non essere (To be or not to be) which he uses to examine the role, or non-role, of the artist in conceiving and creating a work of art.
AUGUSTUS 18 Oct-9 Feb The Scuderie del Quirinale marks the 2,000th anniversary of Augustus’s death with an exhibition that tells the extraordinary life story of the adopted son and great-nephew of Julius Caesar. The 40-year reign of Augustus was the longest in Rome’s history and was marked by peace and prosperity. Under Augustus the empire expanded rapidly, to cover the whole of the Mediterranean basin. Augustus was both charismatic and politically astute, and his reign was documented extensively at the time by historians. Along with their writings, the exhibition explores the emperor’s life and career with a selection of statues, portraits and jewellery. Organised in association with the Capitoline Museums in Rome, and the Grand Palais and Musée du Louvre in Paris. Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio 16, tel. 639967500, www.scuderiequirinale.it. JAN FABRE: STIGMATA 16 Oct-23 Jan In collaboration with Romaeuropa Festival, MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo hosts an exhibition dedicated to the multidisciplinary avantgarde Belgian artist Jan Fabre. On show are drawings, “thinking models”, collages, films, photographs and documents relating to the dozens of private and public performances and actions carried out by the cutting-edge artist in Belgium and abroad. The exhibition spans the 1970s to the present and is curated by leading art historian and critic Germano Celant. MAXXI Museo
Marcel Duchamp’s readymades at the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna.
The vibrant work of English artist Julian Opie at Valentina Bonomo gallery.
RENATO MAMBOR 19 Dec-9 March Atto Unico by Renato Mambor is part of a “contemporary masters” programme developed by MACRO over the past two years. The exhibition focuses on the cross-over between art and life, and includes about 30 works. Mambor’s work comprises large cardboard pieces behind which lie a puzzle for the viewer to decipher. JORINDE VOIGT 29 Nov-9 March An exhibition by Jorinde Voigt, a German artist belonging to an emerging international contemporary art scene, is entitled Liebe als Passion. Voigt’s installation consists of a new series of 16 large-scale works on paper, inspired by Niklas Luhman’s book Love as Passion. MACRO, Via Nizza 138, tel. 06671070400, www.museomacro.org.
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Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Via Guido Reni 4, tel. 0639967350, www. fondazionemaxxi.it. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: THE GREAT ADVENTURE 28 Sept-2 Feb This photographic exhibition celebrates the National Geographic Society on the 125th anniversary of its founding in Washington in 1888. The exhibition, staged to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the magazine’s Italian version, charts the fascinating story of the society’s cultural, natural and archaeological exploits in some of the most remote corners of the world. Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale 194, tel. 0639967500, www.palazzoesposizioni.it. CÉZANNE E GLI ARTISTI DEL XX SECOLO 4 Oct-2 Feb The Vittoriano pays tribute to Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), the French post-Impressionist painter whose work laid the foundations for the transition from late 19th-century Impressionism to a new and radically different art world in the 20th century. The exhibition examines the influences the French artist had on the careers of a number of Italian artists such as Boccioni, Morandi, Afro, Scialoja and Pirandello. Complesso del Vittoriano, Via S. Pietro in Carcere, tel. 06678664.
MARCEL DUCHAMP 8 Oct–19 Jan The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (GNAM) presents 14 “readymades” by Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) on the centenary of the creation of Bicycle Wheel, the first readymade by the French painter and sculptor. The series was donated to the gallery in 1997 by art critic Arturo Schwarz, and is accompanied in the exhibition by a selection of works and archival documents, fundamental to understanding Duchamp’s artistic journey. In addition to the readymades, the exhibition highlights the influence that Duchamp had on the Italian art scene when, following solo shows in Milan and Rome in the mid-1960s, he interacted with a younger generation of Italian artists such as Baj, Baruchello, Dangelo and Patella whose works are included in this exhibition. Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Viale delle Belle Arti 131, tel. 0632298221, www. gnam.beniculturali.it. THE 1970s. ART IN ROME 11 Oct-2 Feb The work of some 80 Italian and international artists is united in an exhibition celebrating art that was either produced or shown in Rome during the 1970s, a decade that was synonymous in Italy with artistic experimentation and political conflict.
The show explores the work of artists that best represent the Rome art scene of that decade, incorporating a variety of schools and styles by artists who were active in movements from Arte Povera to conceptual, minimalist, analytical and narrative art. Among the best known Rome artists in the show are Burri, De Chirico, Twombly, Ontani, Cucchi and Ceccobelli, some of whose work appeared as Wanted in Rome covers in the past. The exhibition also showcases international artists who spent time in Rome during the 1970s, such as Beuys, LeWitt, Gilbert & George and Woodman. Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Via Nazionale 194, tel. 0639967500, www.palazzoesposizioni.it. CLEOPATRA 12 Oct-2 Feb This exhibition is dedicated to the fascinating life of Cleopatra, the last pharaoh of ancient Egypt, and the central role she played in the political events of the era. In particular the relationship between Egypt and the Roman empire is examined, brought to life by the display of over 200 historical and artistic pieces including sculptures, mosaics, earthenware, gold and glass. Chiostro del Bramante, Via della Pace, tel. 06916508451, www.chiostrodelbramante.it.
GUIDO GUIDI CINQUE PAESAGGI 1983-1993 20 Sep–29 Nov However bizarre this may sound, this is the first solo exhibition in Rome by Guido Guidi, one of the greatest Italian artists-photographers. Active since the late 1960s, Guidi should be placed next to Gabriele Basilico and Luigi Ghirri among the masters of the photographic investigation of the Italian landscape. Like his two colleagues, Guidi was born in the early 1940s, hails from northern Italy, and came to photography through an unusual path, training as an architect at the IUAV in Venice. The exhibition – held in the new exhibition space of the ICCD (Central Institute for Cataloguing and Documentation) – presents 138 photographs divided into five series taken, as the title states, in five different landscapes, spread along a north-south axis extending over about 230 km from Ronta di Cesana (Guidi’s home town) to Monte Grappa, via the Strada Romea, Porta Marghera and the Treviso-Padua hinterland. The beginning of this work coincided for Guidi with the transition to a large-format plate camera. All the images in the show, except for two, are contact prints from 20 x 25 cm plates. Guidi’s camera captures the agricultural landscape of his native province of Cesena, the low lands crossed by the Strada Romea, the widespread settlements of the hinterland between Mestre, Treviso and Padua, the polluted soils of the industrial area of Porto Marghera, and the solitary
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Via delle Industrie, Porto Marghera, 1989. and silent highlands of Monte Grappa, a place of fierce battle in world war one. The intentionally subdued, anti-heroic tone of these photographs should not deceive: these masterful images, born of a long and patient observation, are in a dialogue not only with the tradition of photography, but also with that of painting, from Boccioni to Morandi, and cinema, from Visconti to Antonioni. But beyond the learned references, Guidi’s photographs are also an exact survey of places caught at a time that is now almost historic. ICCD, Via di S. Michele 18, tel. 06585521, www.iccd.beniculturali.it. Jacopo Benci
29 Nov Leonidas Kavakos violin and Yuja Wang piano play Brahms. The frequent summer appearances of Kavakos and Wang have now been extended to include an autumn Italian tour (Rome, Florence, Milan, Ferrara, Naples) focusing on the violin and piano sonatas of Brahms. Wang, who trained at Beijing’s Central Conservatory of Music, achieved international recognition in her teens (she was born in 1986). She has already played with most of the world’s major orchestras and under the best conductors. She records for Deutsche Grammophon, has an all-inclusive repertoire and a wardrobe that woos all who watch her. Auditorium Parco della Musica, Viale Pietro De Coubertin 30, www.santacecilia.it.
The dynamic Cremona Quartet for Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti.
music This is just a short list of the classical concerts in Rome in November. For full details of what is available visit the musical associations’ websites. Accademia di S. Cecilia www.santacecilia.it, Accademia Filarmonica di Roma www.filarmonicaromana.org, Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti www.concertiiuc.it, Auditorium Parco della Musica, www. auditorium.com.
Chinese classical pianist Yuja Wang plays music by Brahms for S. Cecilia.
Australia’s Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds perform at the Auditorium.
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ACCADEMIA DI S. CECILIA 17 Nov Domenica in Music. Matinee at S. Cecilia. An introduction to music for young people and their families. The subject is Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, which is performed as part of S. Cecilia’s symphonic programme on 18-19 Nov. There is an introductory talk at 11.00 and a concert at 12.00. 18 Nov Spirito Classico. Aperitivo Musicale. A series of eight talks by Giovanni Bietti, followed by an apertivo, to introduce the most important composers of the S. Cecilia 2013-2014 symphonic season. The first composer is Ludwig van Beethoven. Bietti is a composer, pianist and artistic consultant to S. Cecilia. 23, 25, 26 Nov Claudio Abbado Beethoven’s Symphony No 2 and Mendelssohn Lobgesang Symphony. Mendelssohn wrote the Lobgesang (Hymn of Praise) in 1840 to mark the 400th anniversary of the invention of printing and he described it as a symphony-cantata on the words of the Holy Bible for soloists, chorus and orchestra. The soloists here are Julia Kleiter, Sara Mingardo and Maximilian Schmitt.
INSTITUZIONE UNIVERSITARIA DEI CONCERTI 16 Nov Cremona Quartet. Exploring Beethoven. The quartet is performing for the IUC in Rome before embarking on more international engagements, followed by its debut in Japan next year and a busy programme in Milan where it is performing the complete Beethoven quartets (17 in all) to mark the 150th anniversary of the prestigious Società del Quartetto. The energetic Cremona four – Cristiano Gualco and Paolo Andreoli violins, Simona Gramaglia viola and Giovanni Scaglione cello – are also famous for their ability to combine tradition with innovation, for their master classes, their encouragement of young musicians and their promotion of Cremona’s string instrument makers. Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti, www. concertiiuc.it. ACCADEMIA FILARMONICA ROMANA 1 Dec Goffredo Petrassi e La Scuola Romana. The focus is on the music of Petrassi, and his influence on contemporary music, a decade after his death. Central to the programme is his composition Sestina D’autunno. Veni Creator Igor in homage to Stravinsky. There is also music by other composers of the Roman school, Mauro Bortolotti, Alessandro Sbordoni, Marcello Panni, Francesco Pennisi and Ennio Morricone. The concert is in collaboration with the Nuova Consonanza. Accademia Filarmonica Romana, Sala Casella, Via Flaminia 118, www.filarmonicaromana.org. NUOVA CONSONANZA FESTA D’AUTUNNO 17 Nov The American Academy hosts the music ensemble Nuova Consonanza for
its 50th season. There will be music throughout Villa Aurelia from 17.0023.00, including performances of music by Rome Prize composers Eric Nathan and Dan Visconti. American Academy, Villa Aurelia, www.aarome.org.
live music LISA STANSFIELD 14 Nov Lisa Stansfield performs at the Orion to promote her new album Seven. The English singer achieved worldwide fame in 1989 with her hit single All Around the World. Orion Club, Viale Kennedy 52, Ciampino, tel. 0689013645, www.orionliveclub.com. NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS 27 Nov Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds play at the Auditorium as part of their European tour. The Australian alternative rock band is best known for hits such as Red Right Hand and The Mercy Song. Auditorium Parco della Musica, Viale P. de Coubertin, tel. 892982, www. auditorium.com. TRICKY 5 Dec Tricky performs at the Atlantico as part of his US and European tour. The English rapper and trip hop musician shot to fame in 1995 with his debut album Maxinquaye. Atlantico, Viale dell’Oceano Atlantico 271 D, tel. 065915727, www.atlanticoroma.it.
festival ROME INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 8-17 Nov Now in his second year as artistic director, Marco Müller presents the eighth edition of Rome’s film festival at the Auditorium Parco della Musica with parallel events at the MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XX Secolo. The competition section includes the world premiere of 16 feature films including Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyer’s Club and Spike Jonze’s Her, while the out-of-competition section features 12 international and European premieres such as Francis Laurence’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire starring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson who will be gracing the red carpet along with Liam Hemsworth. The CinemaXXI category, which celebrates cinematic
innovation and is being judged by US director Larry Clark, includes Fear of Falling by Jonathan Demme. The Prospects Doc Italy section showcases new trends in Italian documentary filmmaking with eight feature-length premiere films. The autonomous side event Alice nella città caters to a younger audience with 14 international and European premiere films. American director James Gray chairs a panel of seven judges who will award Golden Marc’Aurelio prizes for best film, best director, special jury prize, best actor and best actress, among other awards. Attendees can also vote electronically for their favourite movie to win the BNL audience award. Auditorium Parco della Musica, Viale Pietro de Coubertin, www.romacinemafest.it. ROMAEUROPA 5 Sept-24 Nov The Romaeuropa arts festival continues its quality programme of dance, theatre, art and music, under the title The art reacts. The 28th edition of the prestigious two-month festival comprises 41 events and over 76 days of performances, including 16 Italian premieres and 27 art works featured in the Digital Life exhibition. Highlights of the final month include South African Dada Masilo’s unconventional Swan Lake (610 Nov), and a concert by acclaimed Tuareg guitarist Bombino (14 Nov). Romaeuropa director Fabrizio Grifasi says the festival offers “insight into today’s times with its contradictions by presenting new and different insights and aesthetics.” For booking and info tel. 0645553050, www.romaeuropa.net. FOTOGRAFIA FESTIVAL INTERNAZIONALE DI ROMA 4 Oct-1 Dec The 12th edition of FotoGrafia, the Rome International Photography Festival, showcases the work of emerging
talents and promotes contemporary photography in its various forms and languages. The festival takes place at both MACRO venues, in Testaccio, Piazza Orazio Giustiniani 4, tel. 065742647 and on Via Nizza 138, www.fotografiafestival.it. ROME HONOURS BELLI ON 150TH ANNIVERSARY 7 Sept-28 Feb Rome remembers its much-loved poet Giuseppe Gioachino Belli (1791-1863) on the 150th anniversary of his death, with a series of celebrations in various cultural venues throughout the capital. The tribute is organised by the Centro Studi Giuseppe Gioachino Belli to honour the 19th-century writer of 2,279 Romanesco sonnets. Among the highlights is an eight-part conference (Sept-Dec); two meetings at Teatro Argentina (27 Nov, 11 Dec); the unveiling of a commemmorative plaque at Palazzo Poli where Belli wrote his sonnets (2 Dec), and an exhibition at the Museo di Roma (3 Dec-3 Feb). Museo di Roma Palazzo Braschi, Piazza di S. Pantaleo 10, tel. 060608, www.museodiroma.it.
L’ HISTOIRE DE MANON 7-15 Nov A chance to watch stars Svetlana Zakharova and Roberto Bolle, with guest artist Natalia Osipova, in one of the Kenneth Macmillan’s masterpieces. This full-length ballet – one of six written by the British choreographer – was first presented by the Royal Ballet in London in 1974 and is still one of the favourites in its repertorie. Teatro alla Scala, Via Filodrammatici 2, www.teatroallascala.org.
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MOMIX IN ALCHEMY 5 Nov-1 Dec This is the first time that Moses Pendleton’s Alchemy has been performed in Rome. After Botanica, which focuses on the four seasons, Pendleton turns his attention to the four elements – earth, air, fire and water – to reveal the alchemy at the heart of life. A multi-medial spectacular. Pendleton formed Momix in 1981 as an offshoot of Philobolus. He has been described as a choreographer between genius and folly. Teatro Olimpico, Piazza Gentile da Fabriano, www. teatroolimpico.it.
La Scala stages the full-length ballet L’Histoire de Manon. Photo A. Tamoni.
CINQUE CANTI By MM Company 12-13 Nov Cinque Canti is the latest production by Michele Merola’s MM Company, first performed in Sassuolo (Modena) in January this year. Five interlocking choreographies interpret what is defined as a literary apology for love. Choreographies by Max Elks, Alfred Schreiner, Emanuele Soavi, Enrico Morelli and Michele Merola. Part of the celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Teatro Vascella, Via Giacinto Carini 78, www.teatrovascello.it. VAN GOGH: THE COLOURS OF SUFFERING By Compagniapetrillodanza 27-28 Nov Van Gogh is a new work by Loris Petrillo, one of Italy’s most important choreographers and innovative teachers of dance. The work is a series of scenes for one dancer, interpreting various emotional phases of the painter’s life. The narrative is inspired by the work of clinician Renzo Ovidi who believes that Van Gogh was not mad but suffered from acute lack of affection. Teatro Vascella, Via Giacinto Carini 78, www.teatrovascello.it.
Momix perform the spectacular Alchemy at Teatro Olimpico. Photo Andrea Arena.
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TABLE MANNERS 12-17 Nov Plays in Rome and The Rome Savoyards present Table Manners, a comedy in two acts by Alan Ayckbourn and part of a trilogy of plays by the author called The Norman Conquests. Directed by Sandra Provost, the play veers from the comic to the poignant, as it unveils the stories surrounding the relationships between the six characters involved. In English. 12-15 Nov 20.30, 16-17 Nov 17.30. For tickets tel. 347-8248661 or email playsinrome@ yahoo.com. Teatro S. Genesio, Via Podgora 1 (Prati), www.romesavoyards.it.
Jhumpa Lahiri gives a keynote address for Italy Reads at John Cabot University.
UNDER THE OVERCOAT 9-10 Nov The English Theatre of Rome, in collaboration with John Cabot University’s Italy Reads programme, stages Under the Overcoat, inspired by the novel The Namesake by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri. The story centres around the internal conflict and clashing cultural identites between Indian and American traditions, as the main protagonist Gogol struggles to accept his unusual first name. The show’s director Theodora Voutsa told Wanted in Rome “We are using the classical ancient Greek theatre structure to tell a modern story about identity, choices and consequences, through one man’s journey from India of the east to America of the west.” This adaption by Alashiya Gordes, with live music by Rashmi Bhatt, is produced by Gaby Ford, the English Theatre of Rome and Italy Reads, with the support of the embassy of the United States and the embassy of India. In English, 20.00. To reserve seats tel. 3489355626 or email email@example.com. Aula Magna Regina, John Cabot University, Via della Lungara 233, Trastevere. ITALY IN THERAPY 24 Sept-24 Feb The Sala Umberto presents Italy in Therapy, a theatrical festival that runs until 2014 and is dedicated to Italy’s burning issues. The programme continues on 25 Nov with Profondo Sud which looks at the history of the Mezzogiorno at the time of Italian unification and stars Pino Aprile and Eugenio Bennato; Magazzino 18 (17 Dec) tackles the mass exodus of Italians after Tito’s Yugoslavia annexed former northern Italian territory in 1947; Nel nome di
chi? (18 Feb) Inside the walls of the Vatican explores the work of the Holy See’s governing bodies in recent decades; and the festival ends with Imparare la libertà (24 Feb) in which the unlikely duo of ex-Mani Pulite magistrate Gherardo Colombo and rapper Frankie-HiNrg discuss freedom and education. All plays in Italian. Teatro Sala Umberto, Via della Mercede 50, tel. 066794753, www. salaumberto.com.
Academies JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY JHUMPA LAHIRI 6 Nov Keynote address by Pulitzer Prizewinning author Jhumpa Lahiri, whose acclaimed novel The Namesake is the focus of this year’s Italy Reads programme at John Cabot University. The talk is from 19.00-20.30, to reserve a place contact italyreads@johncabot. edu. See theatre section for related production. Aula Magna Regina, John Cabot University, Via della Lungara 233, Trastevere, www.johncabot.edu. JAPANESE CULTURAL INSTITUTE 4 Nov-14 Dec The Japanese Cultural Insititute exhibits some traditional Japanese woodblock prints, known as ukiyo-e, from the collection of the Fondazione del Monte of Bologna and Ravenna. The woodcut was introduced to Japan from China in the eighth century but didn’t develop as an art form until the 17th century. The exhibition is divided into five sections: the first offers a selection of prints from the Kamigata
Rehearsals for Under the Overcoat by the English Theatre of Rome.
region; the second and third are dedicated respectively to Utagawa Kunisada and Kuniyoshi Utagawa, two of the greatest ukiyo-e artists of 19th-century; the fourth section presents works by other important ukiyo-e artists; and the fifth is devoted to rare prints for children. Istituto Giapponese di Cultura, Via Antonio Gramsci 74, tel. 063224754. www.jfroma.it. AMERICAN ACADEMY 6 Nov Makart to Klimt - Austrian Painters and their Photographs, a conversation with photographer and photo historian Monika Faber on her work at the Photoinstitut Bonartes in Vienna, with commentary by Marco Delogu, curator of photographs at Rome’s MAXXI Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo. 11 Nov Voices of Tranquility. Silence in Art and Architecture, a lecture by Juhani Pallasmaa, professor of architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology and currently architect-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome. Pallasmaa examines the role of architecture in eliminating noise and creating silence. Lecture at 18.00 at nearby Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, Passeggiata del Gianicolo 10, www.irfrome.org. American Academy in Rome, Via Angelo Masina 5, tel. 065852151, www.aarome.org. BRITISH SCHOOL AT ROME 11 Nov From Trajan to Belisarius, lecture by Simon Keay. Recent research in the area of the Palazzo Imperiale at Portus, 18.00-19.30. 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
14-16 Nov Persia and Rome, conference organised by the British Institute of Persian Studies, supported by the British Academy, the European Research Council, the University of St Andrews and the University of Edinburgh. 26 Nov Charlemagne without Mohammed, lecture by Richard Hodges, president of the American University of Rome, 18.00-19.30. 27 Nov William Kent in Italy, lecture by Cinzia Maria Sicca, Università di Pisa, as part of the Grand Tour Lecture Series, 18.0019.30. 4-6 Dec S. Maria Antiqua: The Sistine Chapel of the 8th Century, conference. Register by 16 Nov. British School at Rome, Via Gramsci 61, tel. 063264939, www.bsr.ac.uk. ACADEMIA BELGICA WUNDERKAMMER 5 Nov-31 Jan Wunderkammer: Camera delle meraviglie contemporanea exhibition features the work of leading contemporary artists working in Belgium and Italy. Curated by A. Nardone, organised with the support of the Belgian Science Policy Office, the embassy of Belgium in Rome and the Fondazione Inbev-Baillet Latour. Academia Belgica, Via Omero 8, tel. 0620398631, www.academiabelgica.it.
ERNANI By Giuseppe Verdi 27 Nov-14 Dec Conducted by Riccardo Muti and directed by Hugo de Ana, with a Mutiformed Verdian cast of Luca Salsi, Tatiana Serjan, Anna Pirozzi, Francesco Meli, Ildar Abdrazakov and Ildebrando D’Archangleo. This is a new production in conjunction with Sydney Opera House. Ernani, the fifth of Verdi’s 28 operas, was first performed in 1844 at La Fenice in Venice and was immediately popular but it is no longer staged very frequently. The New York Times has described it as having “the most implausible plot” of any Verdi opera. It tells a love tangle in 16th century Spain, with
In tempi di celebrazioni e ricorrenze il Teatro La Fenice di Venezia apre la stagione 2013/14 con L’Africaine di Giacomo Meyerbeer (23 novembre–1 dicembre), scelta per commemorare in anticipo il 150° anniversario della morte del suo autore avvenuta nel 1864. L’Africaine fu rappresentata postuma a Parigi il 28 aprile 1865, Meyerbeer iniziò la composizione nel 1837, la riprese tra il 1841 e il 1845 e negli ultimi anni della sua vita senza però portarla a termine, compito che spettò al musicologo e compositore belga François-Joseph Fétis. È un’opera che sarebbe dovuta essere il superamento del grand-opéra, di cui Meyerbeer è stato il cantore più illustre, a vantaggio dell’opéralyrique, genere che allora si sviluppava sulla scia del Faust di Charles Gounod e conquistava i favori del pubblico. L’Africaine alterna così momenti grandiosi ed epici, nel modo della scena del consiglio e quella delle nozze, ad altri più intimi e struggenti, come il sonno del personaggio principale maschile e la morte di quello femminile. Il cast di questa edizione veneziana prevede due nomi di punta del panorama vocale internazionale: il veterano Gregory Kunde e l’emergente Jessica Pratt nei panni della coppia protagonista, cui corrispondono i deuteragonisti Veronica
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L’AFRICAINE By Giacomo Meyerbeer 23 Nov-1 Dec A new production to mark the 150th anniversary of Meyerbeer’s death. With Jessica Pratt andf Gregory Kunde, directed by Leo Muscato and conducted by Emmanuel Villaume. L’Africaine, which tells of events (real and fictitious) in the life of Vasco da Gama, was Meyerbeer’s last work and was performed in Paris in 1865, a year after the composer’s death. Teatro La Fenice, Campo S. Fantin, www.teatrolafenice.it.
Riccardo Muti conducts Verdi’s Ernarni at the Rome opera house.
three suitors for the young Elvira, one of whom is Ernani, now a dashing bandit after he has lost his title and wealth during a civil war. Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro Costanzi, Piazza Beniamino Gigli 7, www.operaroma.it.
Simeoni e Angelo Veccia. La direzione sarà di Emmanuel Villaume e la regia di Leo Muscato. Il Teatro dell’Opera di Roma inaugura la nuova stagione lirica con Ernani di Giuseppe Verdi (27 novembre – 14 dicembre). Sul podio ci sarà Riccardo Muti alle prese con quel titolo con cui inaugurò la Scala nel 1983, prima di diventarne il direttore musicale per un ventennio, e la cui interpretazione fu apprezzata e giudicata dalla critica “intensa, concentrata, bruciante di sangue e passione”. La regia sarà di Hugo de Ana, che ci ha abituati a spettacoli ricchi di scenografie grandiose e costumi sontuosi, come Rienzi di Wagner del maggio scorso. Protagonista sarà Francesco Meli, con accanto Tatiana Serjan, Luca Salsi, Ildar Abdrazakov; tutte assidue presenze negli ultimi spettacoli romani di Muti, che – in un’ottica moderna e con diverse prerogative – sembrano presentarsi come gli “eredi” di Scotto, Luchetti, Bruson e Raimondi, i nomi illustri cui il grande direttore ricorse per realizzare i mitici spettacoli verdiani degli esordi fiorentini. Ernani è tratto dall’omonimo dramma di Victor Hugo che fu il manifesto del romanticismo francese e che Verdi rivestì di splendide melodie, cui demandò il compito di dipingere i personaggi con precise indimenticabili connotazioni musicali. Paolo Di Nicola
AUGUSTUS FOR CHILDREN 19 Oct-9 Feb In conjunction with its exhibition on Rome’s first emperor, Augustus, the Scuderie del Quirinale organises an artistic workshop entitled Tutte le strade portano a Roma, for children aged seven to 11 and their families. Augustus left behind an extensive architectural and artistic legacy in Rome. He ordered among others the construction of the Theatre of Marcellus, the Ara Pacis and the Forum, which carries his name. This exhibition offers a journey back in time as well as a walk though the Eternal City and its sculptures, mosaics and precious artefacts. The workshop for children compares antiquity with modernity through the search for common aspects and foundations. A largescale map of Rome allows children to observe the ancient remains of the city and compare them with newer elements. Scuderie del Quirinale, Via XXIV Maggio16, tel. 0639967500 for booking, www.scuderiequirinale.it.
THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ 12 Oct-7 Dec Teatro Arcobaleno stages this theatrical play by L. Frank Baum for children and their families. Children and adults are the protagonists of this famous fairy tale, which tells the adventures of a forgetful girl named Dorothy, who finds herself in the Land of Oz after her Kansas farm is swept away by a cyclone. Here she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion, who embody the human virtues of intelligence, caring and courage, but lack self-confidence. Teatro Arcobaleno, Via Francesco Redi 1a, tel. 064402719, www.teatroarcobaleno.it.
WORKSHOPS AT GNAM 6 Oct-15 Dec The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna (GNAM) hosts ten workshops for children aged four to 12, entitled Mangiamola con gli occhi, which focus on the works and history of Italian artists. It teaches the young how to enjoy and discover the history of Italian art and some of its great modern protagonists such as Canova, Fattori, Fontana, Balla, Boccioni and Pascali. The workshops include viewings, readings, news and curiosities. Finally children are encouraged to reproduce the works by imitating the artists’ styles and creativity. These works will be displayed in a final exhibition. Sunday, booking required tel. 0632298221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Galleria Nazionale d’ Arte Moderna, Viale delle belle Arti, www.gnam.beniculturali.it.
EATALY FOR CHILDREN 7 Nov, 7 Dec Eataly hosts four creative workshops, entitled I Sensi, L’Arte e il Cibo, to bring children aged five to 12 closer to the world of food through arts and the senses. Arcimboldo’s self-portrait and Daniel Spoerri’s Arte in Tavola will inspire young participants in the creation of works of art with recycled materials and food waste. During the workshop children will be provided with a biological snack. Eataly, Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492, tel. 0690279201, www.eataly.it.
By Gabrielle Bolzoni MAMMACULT GUIDED TOURS 23 Nov MammaCult organises a series of guided tours and educational visits to monuments, residences and museums around Rome, especially designed for pregnant women and families. The next appointment is on 23 Nov at 10.30 at Palazzo Barberini, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica. The contents of these tours are designed for parents, but children are particularly welcome. The initiative was launched by Baby Planner Italia in 2011 not just in Rome, but also in Milan, Bologna and Venice. These family friendly tours are organised by an exclusively female team. Booking required at www.mammacult.it. THE SUN OF TOMORROW 15-17 Nov The toy stores Citta’ del Sole host various workshops and encounters for children aged six to 11, entitled Orecchio Acerbo, organised in conjunction with three of the most important publishing companies for children. Via della Scrofa 65, tel. 0668803805, www.cittadelsole.it.
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PARIOLI - PENTHOUSE IMMOBILIARE. 3rd floor, completely remodeled foyer, double living room, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, storage room, eat-in kitchen. €2.800. Tel. 065919125. firstname.lastname@example.org.
PARIOLI NEAR DUSE. Parioli near Duse, apartment in a residential complex, furnished, spacious, entrance hall, spacious living, three bedrooms, kitchen, three bathrooms. Two parking. Garden sqm 500. Tel. 0652205391, email@example.com. Classe G. PARIOLI. Elegant 140-sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living- dining room, terrace, furnished kitchen, car-port. Rent € 2.300. Tel. 068610871, firstname.lastname@example.org. PARIOLI. 160 sqm, 2nd floor, semifurnished, large living room, dining area, study, 2 bedrooms, maid’s room, 2 bathrooms, service bathroom, furnished kitchen, doorman in building. Monthly rent €3.000-neg. Other excellent properties on www.propertyint.net. English, French, German mother tongue assistance. Property International, tel. 065743170. PARIOLI. Beautiful, 200 sqm. apartment, air-conditioned, living room, dining room, terrace, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, built-in closets, maid’s quarters, fullyequipped kitchen, garage-box, storageroom. Rent: €3.800. Tel. 068610871. email@example.com. PENTHOUSE 170 SQM. Penthouse 170 sqm with stunning view on the Aurelian wall (Porta Latina) very bright unfurnished, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom with Jacuzzi. 1 cabinet. Very spacious living – dining room, study, maid’s quarter with bath (showers) furnished kitchen. All rooms overlooking a large terrace (70 sqm), independent garage. Rent €3.000 included condo. Tel. 0689017948. PIAZZA DI SPAGNA - PENTHOUSE IMMOBILIARE. 5th floor, completely remodeled, living room, eat-in kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a balcony, A/C. €4.000. Tel. 065919125. firstname.lastname@example.org. PIAZZA DI SPAGNA. Piazza di Spagna, charming garden apartment, two levels, fireplace, living room, 1 bedroom. Lovely quiet street. €1.800. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. PIAZZA GIOVENALE. Metro Cipro area, bright furnished apartment, 4th floor, with lift, entrance, bedroom, living room, eat-in kitchen, bathroom, small balcony. Available for short lets as well. Max 6 months. Tel. 347 7723459, corradi2005@ libero.it. PORTUENSE / BONVISI. Lovely street, spacious private garden, living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, easy connection to WFP. €1.000. firstname.lastname@example.org. PRATI. Piazza Spagna, charming studio. €800. S. Giovanni, bright, new, studio, terrace. €750. Prati, just restored, 65 sqm,
1 bedroom. €1.000. Aurelia, lovely living room, 1 bedroom, terrace. €750. email@example.com. PRATI. In the centre of Prati near Eroi. Near the Metro station., attic, empty, hall, living room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, furnished kitchen, small depo room, big terrace, garage. €2.000. Fidia Immobiliare, tel. 0639736426. ROME SWEET HOME - HISTORIC CENTRE. Lets to companies and private individuals. Exclusive locations. Apartments, 1 - 2 - 3 bedrooms, completely furnished, maid service, utilities included, special rates for monthly lets. www.travelbusinessapartments.it, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 0669924091, 335 / 7713580. ROOM IN GARBATELLA. Garbatella, 15 min on foot from metro B, small room available from the end of September. €400 per month (rent, heating and bills). No smokers. Call Simona tel. 328 / 0073305. S. GIOVANNI. Lovely studio apartment, terrace, just redone, fully equipped. €730. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. S. SABA. 120 sqm apartment, 3rd floor, bright, semi-furnished, living room, study, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, furnished kitchen, long wide balconies, parking. Monthly rent €2.000. Other excellent properties on www.propertyint. net. English, French, German mother tongue assistance. Property International, tel. 065743170. SPAGNA. Piazza Spagna, charming studio. €800. Prati, Balduina, bright, new, one bedroom apartments, balconies terrace. €1.000. firstname.lastname@example.org. SPAGNA. Piazza Spagna, charming studio. €800. Prati, Balduina, bright, new, one bedroom apartments, balconies terrace. €1.000. email@example.com. TESTACCIO. Testaccio, renovated, furnished, bright apartment. Living room with large sofa bed, equipped kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, doorman. €1.200 monthly. Tel. 333 4553398, t.santangelo@ tiscali.it. TORRINO SUD. Torrino Sud in a residential complex, renovated apartments, furnished, various sizes. Immobiliare@ eurocenterweb.it. Classe G. TRASTEVERE VIALE GLORIOSO. Trastevere, Viale Glorioso. Quiet, comfortable, 70 sqm, 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom, linen, washing machine, dishwasher, air conditioning, wifi internet, all comforts, suitable from 2 to 6 people. Available from 2 December 2013 to 7 January 2014, at the special price of €1.800. From €90/night, €550/week. Minimum 3 nights. Photos on
www.casaglorioso.it, tel. 00393494962562, firstname.lastname@example.org. TRASTEVERE. Near Orto Botanico, on a quiet street, over looking Gianicolo, 2 bedrooms, living room, live-in kitchen, bathroom, 80 sqm, furnished with antique furniture in good condition. Tel. Luisa 339 / 4827294. luisantonucci@ libero.it. TRASTEVERE. Trastevere, unique townhouse, small terrace, private garden, 3 levels, living room, 2 bedrooms. €2.000. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. TRASTEVERE. Bright, nicely renovated 80-sqm apartment on 7th floor, semi-furnished, living room, spacious furnished kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 small balconies. Doorman in building. Monthly rent €1.500. Other excellent properties on www.propertyint.net. English, French, German mother tongue assistance. Property International, tel. 065743170. TRASTEVERE. Trastevere, characteristic, furnished, 100 sqm, living room, 2 bedrooms, balcony. €1.500. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org. TRASTEVERE. Trastevere, several characteristic, well furnished one and two bedroom apartments. €1.300 to €1.500. Tel. 065813452, email@example.com. TRASTEVERE. Trastevere, several characteristic, well furnished one and two bedroom apartments. €1.300 to €1.500. Tel. 065813452, firstname.lastname@example.org. VALLERANO. Via Trigoria house, renovated, trilivelli, large size with garden of 300 sqm. Partially furnished. Class G, tel. 0652205391, email@example.com. VIGNA CLARA (NEAR MARYMOUNT SCHOOL). In compound (swimmingpool, tennis) furnished / unfurnished, 280-sqm apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, separate dining room, terraced garden, maid’s quarters, storage room, garage - box. Rent: € 2.900. Tel. 068610871. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accommodation vacant out of town S. MARINELLA LOVELY SEASIDE APARTMENT. Sunny, top-floor apartment for rent in a small, quiet condominium with an elevator. The flat is composed of a living room, master bedroom, second bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and a balcony with a view of S. Severa Castle. Parking in private lot, 5-min walk to train station, to town center, and to beach. Completely furnished; includes washing machine, self-regulated heath. Rent on 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
a week-end, weekly and monthly basis. email@example.com. TIVOLI - MANDELA. 50 km from Rome, apartment in old castle: living room, bathroom, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished, €450 + €40 condominium, tel. 066786400. TREVIGNANO HIDEAWAY. Roomy apartment in villa magnificent views Lake Bracciano, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, big living-dining, wifi, parking acre garden. Tel. 0699919929, 3406165748. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bed & Breakfast CASA VIVANTI B&B. Silent, comfortable, non-smoking rooms with a view, private bathrooms and all the amenities, steps away from St. Peters! Languages spoken! 388-2475226.
JOB VACANT AU-PAIR/NANNY WANTED. Mothertongue English for full-time live-in nanny. Sun Mon free in Rome, Tue-Sat AM in mountains south of Rome, Sat PM & sometimes Sat evening work in Rome. Full-time 2 girls age 9 & 11, part-time 2 girls 2 yrs & 4 months. Driving license needed. Start date between 22.10-4.11. Please write. Cuccioliemail@example.com. BILINGUAL SECRETARY AND PARALEGAL WANTED. International law and tax practice in Rome is seeking a Bilingual English-Italian secretary/ admin assistant (part-time/flexible days) and a bilingual English-Italian Paralegal (part-time/flexible days). Please send cv to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 November. email@example.com. BUSINESS SERVICE EVALUATOR / S. We are currently seeking for casual Business Service Evaluators in various areas of Italy. No experience necessary and very simple assignments with great benefits. Requirements: Over 18 years of age. Have strong attention to detail, the ability to retain accurate information & be objective. Able to meet deadlines. Keen to improve customer service within the retail industry. Benefits: Flexible hours. Additional income. Fun and easy surveys. ShopAngels look forward to welcoming you to our team! We have roles available TODAY! recruitment@ shopangelsglobal.com. CLIENT RELATIONS CO-ORDINATOR / ADMINISTRATOR. We are looking for either a native English speaking expatriate or an Italian National who is fluent in English with experience of living and working overseas. We are an interna-
tional financial planning firm dealing with clients worldwide. The role involves dealing with and converting enquiries into potential clients, liasing with existing clients to assist with their servicing needs, contacting potential clients to make appointments for our consultants, liasing with financial institutions as well as administrating financial documents. You need to be able to demonstrate that you are a person of upstanding character and integrity, that you are accurate and disciplined in your work and that you are confident and capable of dealing with high net worth individuals. Salary, bonus and benefits are negotiable for the right person. In the first instance, please send a covering letter in English and a CV in English to firstname.lastname@example.org COME JOIN AN INTERNATIONAL TEAM! 3D2B is searching for business savvy representatives in native English, French, German, Dutch, and Norwegian. We are searching for excellent native communicators and sales driven enthusiasts to support our Client’s Sales teams with opportunities in the various European markets. Working on multinational IT Client accounts. The job involves liaison with sales, and driving business opportunities, sales, sales leads and marketing. You will be working in your native language (with some English) and in a team. Our facility is state of the art, we are an American company and our business workspace, and management methodology reflects that. Candidates must have relevant work experience in sales and/ or marketing. Experience in IT sector a plus! Positions to start immediately. Competitive compensation with contract. No non-Italian residents please - must have working permit and / or work visa and reside in Rome. Please note interviews will be held in English or relevant language. If interested send CV to: jobs.rome@3d2b. com. Tel. 0697844620. COOK NEEDED. Bar Hostel seeks an experienced cook to work in a fast-paced environment. Must speak English fluently and have a minimum of 1 year line cooking experience. The ideal candidate will be a clean and efficient worker who wants to learn and develop skills within the hospitality industry. They will also must be available to work nights and weekends Please submit your CV on http://jobs.the-yellow.com.
Professional Language School. Please send CV to darby@darbyschool with your contact details. Interviewing now. Tel. 0651962205. ENGLISH LANGUAGE TUTOR. American graduate student available to teach private and small group English lessons to all ages. I have experience teaching language in a University and in one-onone tutoring sessions. I also speak Italian. Contact me at email@example.com. ENGLISH TEACHERS NEEDED. Established English School currently seeking full / part-time English mother-tongue teachers for adult and children courses. Full training provided. Contact us on 0647823253 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. ENGLISH TEACHERS. English qualified teacherTesto : Kids&Us FLAMINIO requires a Rome based, mother-tongue/ bilingual teacher for children from 8 and teenagers, with availability afternoons and evenings. Candidate must be HIGLY qualified and EXPERIENCED in preparing students for Cambridge/Trinity exams. Send cover letter and CV to: email@example.com. ESTABLISHED PRESTIGIOUS LANGUAGE school Rome seeks mothertongue English teachers. Offering good weekly wage, professional environment, immediate start. Tel. 063611508, firstname.lastname@example.org. FRENCH MOTHER TOUNGE FEMALE STUDENT. Two hours per day in the afternoon for lessons at my office five days a week. Tel. 346 / 0181711. FULL TIME ENGLISH TEACHERS REQUIRED- IMMEDIATE START. Berlitz Italy is among the world leaders in the field of language learning services. We are currently seeking full-time English Language Instructors available immediately. Candidates must be native speakers and have a degree, preferably with some teaching experience or teaching certification. Relevant working papers or visa a must! Would you like to work in a dynamic, international environment, then this is the job for you! Interested? Please contact Francesca Proudman at: email@example.com or francesca.proudman@ berlitz.it.
EFL PART-TIME TEACHERS. Urgently required for children and adults. Celta or equivalent plus some experience preferable. firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. 0633220960, www.britishschoolroma.it.
FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME SECRETARIES / RECEPTIONISTS. Needed for language school in Rome. Candidates must be English mother tongue ( madrelingua inglese ) with good Italian. Working papers and Italian residency req’d. Competitive salary. Send cover letter and CV to email@example.com.
ENGLISH AND CHINESE MOTHER TONGUE TEACHERS. English and Chinese Mother Tongue Teachers required for
MOTHER TONGUE ENGLISH TEACHER. Istituto Marymount, italian school with bilingual program announces an 6 November 2013 | Wanted in Rome
opening for a mother tongue English teacher for the Middle School. Candidate will have experience in a Middle School and University degrees Please e-mail CV to:firstname.lastname@example.org. MOTHER-TONGUE TEACHERS OF ENGLISH. UPTER, Italy’s largest adult education centre, is seeking experienced, qualified mother-tongue teachers of English. Please send a detailed CV to email@example.com. PARTNERSHIP IN AN IMPORTANT LANGUAGE SCHOOL OFFERED. A well established private language shool (running since 1976) aiming to expand its activity seeks partners with experience. Good opportunity. firstname.lastname@example.org. REAL ESTATE AGENCY SEEKS. Establised international real estate agency seeks bilingual, motivated, good team worker for commission work. Send CV to rents. email@example.com. RELOCATION ASSOCIATE. Principal Relocation Company seeks motivated, focused and goal oriented individual to work as a Relocation Associate for an initial period of six months. Fluency in English and Italian is essential. Please send your CV and photo to cv@reloprc. com with reference RA-RM as the subject. Place of work Corso Trieste. Only residents of Rome please. SEEKING MOTHER-TONGUE ENGLISH TEACHERS. WorkinEnglish srl are seeking highly motivated English mother-tongue teachers for company courses. We provide regular training and a supportive professional environment. Applicants must be native speakers, TEFL qualified with at least 2 years’ teaching experience. Please send CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org SEEKING URGENTLY ENGLISH TEACHER. Kinder garden La Maisonette, in the Quartiere Africano area, is seeking an English mother tongue teacher full time. Preferably with educational diplomas recognized in Italy and with experience in the sector. Tel. 3481404796, 0686214960, email@example.com. SHORT-TERM SUBSTITUTE TEACHER NEEDED. Experienced and certified English literature and writing teacher sought for short-term substitution in International Middle School. 25 November - 20 December. Send CV to ambit@ ambrit-rome.com.
lessons ENGLISH LADY, OXFORD GRADUATE. English lady, Oxford University graduate, long experience, offers English lessons/conversation (adults only). Tel 068105213/3405161007.
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ENGLISH MOTHER-TONGUE TEACHER offers lessons at €15 an hour, call: 331 / 5630203, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. EXPERIENCED, MOTHER TONGUE ENGLISH LESSONS. Mother tongue teacher; conversation, grammar, business, ket, pet. Adults only. Groups / individuals. Eur neighbourhood and vicinity. email@example.com Mob. 3336796818.
available in the area. Rome, the eternal city, being in the proximity of 75KM is a unique advantage. Fiumicino and Ciampino airports are both approximately an hour to an hour and a half away. Pescara on the Adriatic coast is also about an hour away, and has an airport. The property will be sold furnished. For more information visit: www.villadelsalto.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 065022654 between 09.30 and 19.00.
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Rooms and flat shares
OFFICE TO RENT. S. SABA - PIRAMIDE. Small office to rent with bathroom, air conditioning. Monthly rent €300-neg. Tel. 065743170, email@example.com.
BALDUINA. Single room, with private bathroom, in apartment to share with landlady. Use of kitchen, washing machine, dining corner with TV. Near bus stop, train station, metro A. €650 monthly, including internet connection, room clearing and weekly change of linen and towels. Rosetta tel. 0635346098, 338 / 3666356.
Property for sale in town APARTMENT FOR SALE NEAR OSTIENSE STATION. Top floor, very bright, 2 rooms, living room, bathroom, parquet, stone kitchenette, self heating. Split level room. € 349.000. Adele6@libero.it. Tel. 3396782362.
Property for sale out of town VILLA DEL SALTO FOR SALE. FOR SALE 300 year old country home in the region of Lazio, bordering Abruzzo, one hour from Rome; half an hour from Rieti. Amidst stunning hills dotted with villages, with an enchanting lake, Lago del Salto, stands a spectacular stone house used back in the day as a local bakery and winery! This extraordinary property has been featured in an Italian architectural magazine. Total floor space of 260 sq. metres comprises two levels. The exquisitely restored first floor features unique original terracotta tiles, a stone fireplace, wooden beams and doors; three fully furnished bedrooms; kitchen/dining area with modern amenities and appliances; two bathrooms, one of which is with a Finnish sauna. A restored antique clay oven is located indoors on the ground floor; a large covered BBQ structure faces the contemplation deck in the garden, shaded with wisteria and vine. A pergola stands on an upper level of the garden adjacent to a fountain covered in ivy. Total land area is approximately one hectare which is ‘edificabile’. The premises have telephone, gas and electricity supplies. The nearby lake attracts swimmers and sun bathers and hosts various water sport events, including sailing and water skiing. A children’s recreation park is adjacent to a country style coffee shop; a large terrace shaded with vine, faces the lake. There are several excellent restaurants and other necessary daily amenities
CITY CENTRE - MONTI METRO CAVOUR. Overlooking room in 90m2 flat, 3rd floor (no lift), kitchen and bathroom shared. €550/month +€100 utilities (wifi, expenses cleaning). Cecilia.calvi@ libero.it. SINGLE ROOM IN ROME in spacious and elegant flat, close to Trastevere and centre, use of common areas, wifi, only workers females. Tel. +39 3923163983.
Short lets PANTHEON. Nice studios, period building, new and well decorated, fully equipped kitchen corner, double/ triple bedroom, bathroom, A/C or fan, internet, TV. Long-term too. Tel. 348 / 9792106, firstname.lastname@example.org. ROME SWEET HOME - HISTORIC CENTRE. Lets to companies and private individuals. Exclusive locations. Apartments, 1 - 2 - 3 bedrooms, completely furnished, maid service, utilities included, special rates for monthly lets. www.romesweethome.com, email@example.com. Tel. 0669924091 - 335 / 7713580. TRASTEVERE VIALE GLORIOSO. Trastevere Viale Glorioso. Quiet, comfortable, 70 sqm, 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom, linen, washing machine, dishwasher, air conditioning, wifi internet, all conforts, suitable from 2 to 6 people. From €90/night, €550/week. Minimum 3 nights, discounts for monthly rentals, for example from 2 December, 2013 to 7 January, 2014, special price of €1.800. Photos on www,casaglorioso. it Tel. 00393494962562, casaglorioso@ gmail.com.
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Per informazioni: DELEGAZIONE FAI di ROMA Tel. 06 6879376 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fondoambiente.it
numbers ASSOCIATIONS American International Club of Rome tel. 0645447625 – www.aicrome.org American Women’s Association of Rome tel. 064825268 – www.awar.org Association of British Expats in Italy email@example.com Association of Malaysians in Italy tel. 389 / 1162161 – firstname.lastname@example.org Caledonian Society email@example.com Canadian Club of Rome firstname.lastname@example.org Circolo di Cultura Mario Mieli Gay and lesbian international contact group tel. 065413985 – fax 065413971 Commonwealth Club of Rome email@example.com International Women’s Club of Rome tel. 0633267490 – www.pwarome.org Irish Club of Rome
firstname.lastname@example.org – www.irishclubofrome.com
Luncheon Club of Rome tel. 3385094448 Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums tel. 0669881814, www.vatican-patrons.org. Professional Women’s Association www.pwarome.org United Nations Women’s Guild tel. 0657053628 – email@example.com www.unwgrome.multiply.com Welcome Neighbor tel. 347 / 9313040 – firstname.lastname@example.org www.wnrome-homepage.blogspot.com
books The following bookshops and libraries have books in English and other languages as specified. Bibliothèque Centre Culturel Saint-Louis de France (French) Largo Toniolo 20-22, tel. 066802637 www.saintlouisdefrance.it Herder International Book Center (German) Piazza di Montecitorio 117-120, tel. 066794628 email@example.com – www.herder.it La Librairie Française de Rome La Procure (French) Piazza S. Luigi dei Francesi 23, tel. 0668307598 www.librairiefrancaiserome.com Libreria Feltrinelli International Via V. E. Orlando 84, tel. 064827878 www.lafeltrinelli.it Libreria Quattro Fontane (international) Via delle Quattro Fontane 20/a, tel. 064814484 Libreria Spagnola Sorgente (Spanish) Piazza Navona 90, tel. 0668806950 www.libreriaspagnola.it S. Susanna Lending Library Via XX Settembre 15, tel. 064827510 Opening times: Sat & Sun 10.00-12.30 Tues 10.00-13.00, Wed 15.00-18.00, Fri 13.00-16.00 The Almost Corner Bookshop Via del Moro 45, tel. 065836942 The Anglo American Bookshop Via della Vite 102, tel. 066795222 The Open Door Bookshop (second hand books – English, French, German, Italian) Via della Lungaretta 23, tel. 065896478 www.books-in-italy.com
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Atac (Rome bus, metro and tram) tel. 800431784, www.atac.roma.it Ciampino airport tel. 06794941, www.adr.it Fiumicino airport tel. 0665951, www.adr.it Taxi tel. 060609 – 065551 – 063570 – 068822 064157 – 066645 – 064994 Traffic info tel. 1518 Trenitalia (national railways) tel. 892021 www.trenitalia.it
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cinemas The following cinemas show films in English or original language when available – see daily press for programme details. Alcazar Via Merry del Val 14, tel. 065880099 in original language on Mon Fiamma Multisala Via Bissolati 47, tel. 06485526 Filmstudio Via degli Orti d’Alibert 1/c, tel. 334/1780632 www.filmstudioroma.com Greenwich Via G. Bodoni 59, tel. 065745825 Cinema Lux Via Massaciuccoli 31, tel. 0686391361 Multisala Barberini Piazza Barberini 24-26, tel. 0686391361 Nuovo Olimpia Via in Lucina 16/g, tel. 066861068 Nuovo Sacher Largo Ascianghi 1, tel. 065818116 in original language on Mon when available
emergency numbers • • • • • • •
Ambulance tel. 118 Carabinieri tel. 112 Electricity and water faults (Acea) tel. 800130336 Fire brigade tel. 115 Gas leaks (Italgas-Eni) tel. 800900999 Police tel. 113 Rubbish (Ama) tel. 8008670355
religious All Saints’ Anglican Church Via del Babuino 153/b, tel. 0636001881 Sunday service 08.30 and 10.30 Kids Rock children’s service every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at midday Anglican Centre Piazza del Collegio Romano 2, tel. 066780302 www.anglicancentreinrome.com Bible Baptist Church Via di Castel di Leva 326, tel. 3342934593 www.bbcroma.org. Sunday 11.00 Christian Science Services Via Stresa 41, tel. 063014425 Church of All Nations Lungotevere Michelangelo 7, tel. 069870464 Church of Sweden Via A. Beroloni 1/e, tel. 068080474 Sunday service 11.15 (Swedish) Footsteps Inter-Denominational Christian South Rome, tel. 0650917621 – 333 / 2284093 North Rome, tel. 0630894371 firstname.lastname@example.org International Central Gospel Church Via XX Settembre 88, tel. 0655282695 International Christian Fellowship Via Guido Castelnuovo 28, tel. 065594266 Sunday service 11.00 Jewish Community
Tempio Maggiore, Lungotevere Cenci, tel. 066840061
Jewish Reform Group in Rome Congregation Lev Chadash, Piazza della Libertà 10 tel. 339 / 3824815, Shabbat services at 10.00, Friday night service once a month Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas Largo della Sanità Militare 60, tel. 067726761 Lutheran Church Via Toscana 7, corner Via Sicilia 70 tel. 064817519, Sunday service 10.00 (German) Ponte S. Angelo Methodist Church Piazza Ponte S. Angelo, tel. 066868314 Sunday service 10.30 Pontifical Irish College (Roman Catholic) Via dei Santi Quattro 1, tel. 06772631. Sunday service 10.00 Rome Baptist Church Piazza S. Lorenzo in Lucina 35, tel. 066876652 – 066876211, Sunday service
10.30, 13.00 (Filipino), 16.00 (Chinese) Rome Buddhist Centre Vihara Via Mandas 2, tel. 0622460091 Rome Mosque (Centro Islamico) Via della Moschea, tel. 068082167 – 068082258 St Francis Xavier del Caravita (Roman Catholic) Via del Caravita 7 – www.caravita.org S. Silvestro Church (Roman Catholic) Piazza S. Silvestro 1, tel. 066977121 Sunday service 10.00 and 17.30 S. Susanna Church (Roman Catholic) Via XX Settembre 15, tel. 0642014554, Saturday service 18.00. Sunday service 09.00 and 10.30 St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Via XX Settembre 7, tel. 064827627 Sunday service 11.00 St Isidore’s College (Roman Catholic) Via degli Artisti 41, tel. 064885359 Sunday service 10.00 St Patrick’s Church (Roman Catholic) Via Boncompagni 31, tel. 0642903787 Sunday service 10.00 St Paul’s within-the-Walls (Anglican Episcopal)
Via Nazionale, corner Via Napoli, tel. 064883339 Sunday service 08.30,10.30 (English), 13.00 (Spanish)
Venerable English College (Roman Catholic) Via di Monserrato 45, tel. 066868546 Sunday service 10.00
support groups Alcoholics Anonymous tel. 064742913 – www.aarome.info Archè (HIV+ children and their families) tel. 0677250350 – www.arche.it Associazione Centro Astalli (Jesuit refugee centre) Via degli Astalli 14/a tel. 0669700306 Associazione Ryder Italia (Support for cancer patients and their families) tel. 065349622/0658204580 www.ryderitalia.it Astra (Anti-stalking risk assessment) tel. 066535499 – www.differenzadonna.it Caritas soup kitchen (Mensa Giovanni Paolo II) Via delle Sette Sale 30 tel. 0647821098. 11.00-13.30 daily Caritas foreigners’ support centre Via Zoccolette 19, tel. 066875228 – 066861554 Caritas hostel Via Marsala 109, tel. 064457235 Caritas legal assistance Piazza S. Giovanni in Laterano 6/a, tel. 0669886369 Celebrate Recovery Christian group tel. 338 / 1675680 Comunità di S. Egidio Piazza di S. Egidio 3/a, tel. 068992234 Comunità di S. Egidio soup kitchen Via Dandolo 10, tel 065894327 17.00-19.30 Wed, Fri, Sat Information line for the disabled tel. 800271027 Joel Nafuma Refugee Centre St Paul’s within-the-Walls Via Nazionale, corner Via Napoli, tel. 064883339 Mason Perkins Deafness Fund (Support for deaf and deaf-blind children) tel. 0644234511 – email@example.com www.mpds.it Overeaters Anonymous tel. 064743772 Salvation Army (Esercito della Salvezza) Centro Sociale di Roma “Virgilio Paglieri” Via degli Apuli 41, tel. 064451351 Support for elderly victims of crime (Italian only) Largo E. Fioritto 2, tel. 0657305104 The Samaritans Onlus (Confidential telephone helpline for the distressed) tel. 800860022
chiamaroma 24-hour, multilingual information line for services in Rome, run by the city council, tel. 060606
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