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Sensi d’Estate 2021

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Now in its 20th year - Multisensory programmes of Art Theatre Music Perfumes and Flavours.

Every Wednesday from 14 July to 18 August 2021
Shows begin at 9.30 pm in the Corte della Mole, Ancona.
Admission is free but limited.


You can book seats online at prenotazioni.opera-coop.it/sensi-di-estate.
You can only book one show at a time, with seats subject to availability, from the Thursday preceding the event.
We provide telephonic assistance at 342 50 60 364, on Thursdays and Fridays from 9:00 to 13:00.

The summer cultural review was created by our former director Roberto Farroni in 2002 to bring together the arts and all the senses, and to welcome more of the general public into the museum. A long journey that has seen us flourish together with our audiences of loyal friends.

Shows

Wednesday 14 July at 9.30 pm
Giorgio Comaschi in Ma come siamo messi?
(But how are we doing?)

With musical accompaniment and sonic digressions by Maestro Valentino Corvino.
The tics of our age, the manias, the new myths, the monsters, the fears, the delusions of a changed world. All narrated in an hour of light monologues combined with musical suggestions, some serious, some comical. From the virus to vaccines, from Instagram to the power of social media, from D'Urso to Fedez, and, not least, online meetings and their backgrounds.

Wednesday 21 July at 9.30 pm
Scalinatella, the Neapolitan song from villanella to rock-blues

by Piero Cesanelli.
In collaboration with Musicultura.

THE COMPANY
Adriano Taborro, mandolin and guitars;
Carlo Simonari, piano and vocals;
Chopas, vocals, guitar and percussion;
Elisa Ridolfi, vocals;
Andrea Di Buono, narrator;
Piero Piccioni, narrator.

An exciting journey into the world of Neapolitan music which has had an enormous influence on both artists and listeners. The programme highlights the developments in the musical writing of this great artistic people – from the villanelle of the 1600s, to the first tarantella, and then on to the classic songs and to today’s blues-rock – and illustrates the principal themes that continue to inspire: Naples itself, America and the search for work, love, the criminal underworld, lost innocence.

Wednesday 28 July at 9.30 pm
Luca Violini in the RadioTeatro show
Destinatario sconosciuto (Unknown recipient)

Text by Katherine Kressmann Taylor.
Literary consultant Francesco Cardinali.
Sound and Lights Riccardo Vitali.
Introduced by Lucilla Niccolini.

A literary event, an epistolary narrative that unfolds between Germany and America in the early 1930s, that tells the story of Martin, a German, and Max, an American Jew, two close friends and business associates, whose relationship will be a victim of the cruel ideological madness that Nazism was creating. A sentimental and instructive dialogue that begins with a deep friendship and gradually makes us discover how evil can insinuate itself into people’s lives and change their destiny.

Wednesday 4 August at 9.30 pm
In collaboration with the Amici della Lirica "Franco Corelli" of Ancona
Duets in opera

The operatic repertoire from eighteenth-century Naples to Verismo.

Margherita Hibel, soprano
Davide Bartolucci, baritone
Simone Grizi, violin
Michele Scipioni, clarinet
Alessandro Culiani, cello
David Crescenzi, piano
Music by Pergolesi, Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi and Leoncavallo.

Wednesday 11 August at 9.30 pm
BaleraSwing
The musical journey of Rudy Valentino and the Baleras

Swing, boogie, rock and roll, irony and love for music; “La Bella Musica", all this and more with Rudy Valentino and the Baleras. The programme re-discovers the melodies and songs that made Italy world famous; from Renato Carosone, Fred Buscaglione and Domenico Modugno to the great Italo-American crooners, from the advent of rock and roll to the Dolce Vita. The purpose of the evening? To entertain and… be entertained!

Wednesday 18 August at 9.30 pm
In collaboration with the Festival Adriatico Mediterraneo
Heading SOUTH

with Danilo Rea, piano.
The Mediterranean Female Orchestra.
Conductor M° Antonella De Angelis.
Twelve pieces by Danilo Rea arranged by Marcello Sirignano.

MicaMole's aperitifs! 6pm

You can enjoy delicious aperitifs with finger food, based on the theme of that evening’s event, at the MicaMole! Bar in the courtyard from 6pm. The bar is run by the Cooperativa Sociale "Lavoriamo Insieme" of Loreto.
Please book at 327 914 8137.

Art

Free admission to the Omero Museum every Wednesday during "Sensi d’Estate" from 9pm to midnight.
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.

Info

The shows are free and take place outdoors, in the courtyard of the Mole Vanvitelliana.
Admission is free but limited.

Reservation required. Please book online at  prenotazioni.opera-coop.it/sensi-di-estate, from July 8th.
You can only book one show at a time, with seats subject to availability, from the Thursday preceding the event.
We provide telephonic assistance at 342 50 60 364, on Thursdays and Fridays from 9:00 to 13:00.

If it rains the show will be cancelled.
The Courtyard is accessible to wheelchairs (more info 333 61 66 898).

The 2021 Sensi d'Estate events are organized by the Museo Tattile Statale Omero in collaboration with the Municipality of Ancona, the Opera Società Cooperativa, the “Per il Museo Tattile Statale Omero” ODV-ONLUS Association.