Rome opens its doors to the Orient with a festival full of not-to-be-missed events and exhibitions
The exhibition dedicated to the French artist will run until 8 May, offering an unmissable chance to lose yourself in the Bohemian world of late 19th century Paris
The original and exclusive oversize paintings by Fernando Botero have arrived in Rome with the Via Crucis. La passione di Cristo exhibition. The works will be on show until 1 May at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
In Rome, even rock music is refined, with “One Voice – The Tour”. On 28 February the legendary Brian May and brilliant Kerry Ellis will be performing a breath-taking duet at the Parco della Musica Auditorium: a truly unmissable event.
Time for the Jubilee, time for Music in the shadow of Saint Peter’s. A series of concerts of religious music and opera arias has been planned to celebrate the opening of the Holy Door, performed by internationally-renowned musicians and singers.
From Paris to Rome, from the Musée d’Orsay to the Vittoriano. Some of the most important and famous impressionist works at the French museum will be on show until 7 February in Rome, in a fantastic exhibition entitled “Dal Musée d’Orsay. Impressionisti. Tête à tête”.
Brignano is back in his home town of Roma with a brilliantly entertaining show on human evolution. Two hours of fun, irony and laughs, in a whistle-stop tour of the contradictions and errors of progress.
At this time of year, the city is full of all kinds of events with something for everyone: exhibitions, theatre shows, museums, concerts, cultural courses, guided tours and much more.
The holiday season is coming up quickly, and the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma is bringing back a classic Italian opera just for the occasion: Tosca by Giacomo Puccini.
A grand exhibition to celebrate the figure of undisputed 20th century master Balthasar Klossowski de Rola, best known under his pseudonym Balthus, will be held in Rome from 24 October 2015 to 31 January 2016, offering a stunning review of his work fifteen years after his death.