The Roman summer is starting: concerts, events and parties until October

A summer with a bang. A comeback in style. The Roman Summer starts in the capital, the program of events that accompanies residents and tourists from 30 July to 3 October with 65 projects in all the municipalities of the capital. The overall budget is 1,750,000 euros, to which new public notices will be added. The call is open until June 28 and integrates the three-year program. Among the novelties of the Roman Summer 2021 a new way of understanding the campaign for the event, which will be aimed at spreading culture in the city. As a guiding image, the work by Umberto Prencipe, Clouds of June, dated 1925 in the collection of the Gallery of Modern Art, was chosen.
THE SPACES
The areas intended for commercial activities envisaged must not exceed 40 per cent of the total area dedicated to the projects, without prejudice to other technical requirements depending on the location. As of today, the activities already foreseen in the 2020-2022 call and those organized by the Capitoline cultural institutions, including those in the municipal libraries, are ready to start.
TOP EVENTS
Among the expected events, the Jazz Village Rome at Villa Celimontana, the Gardens of the Philharmonic with the Roman Philharmonic Academy. Talenti Village is back for Cinema under the stars. For lovers of literature, the gardens of the Roman libraries open their doors with renovated study rooms. For the theater, from the collaboration between Teatro di Roma with the special company Palaexpo, a window on dance opens with the second edition of Buffalo curated by Michele Di Stefano, but initiatives are also planned at the Teatro Argentina and India, at Torlonia and at the Villa Pamphili Theater as well as at the Globe Theater.
THE AUDITORIUM LOWS THE AXES
Among the great names of music at the Auditorium Emma, ​​Niccolò Fabi, Edoardo Bennato, Fiorella Mannoia, Gino Paoli, Nicola Piovani, Piero Pelù, Max Gazzè, Miss Keta, Willie Peyote, Ghemon. For lovers of literature they come in the context of books such as Javier Cercas, Emmanuel Carrère, Erica Jong, Manuel Vilas, Zerocalcare, Nicola La Gioia, Edoardo Albinati, Silvia Avallone and many others. The complete program is available on «www.culture.roma.it».

Franco Pasqualetti

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