NIGHT OF THE MUSEUMS May 17, 2014 at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna Ricci Oddi, extended opening hours, from 21.00 to 24.00
FREE ENTRY to the permanent collection
"The Last Kiss" - CONCERT
21.30 - 22.30 to 23.15
in collaboration with the Group Enerbia
The moment created by the musical group Enerbia theme will be the European chamber music between eight hundred and nine hundred. The singing and the study of a musical instrument, particularly the piano and the harp, were an indispensable part of the education of young women in the noble and bourgeois families. The literature and painting give a full account of this common practice, where both evenings in the family social occasions were enlivened by the singing and instrumental execution (to quote the picture with a woman at the piano in this gallery). The program is dedicated to the romance and lied with Italian and European authors such as: Tosti, Puccini, Mendelssohn, Hasselmans. We will listen to the famous aria "O mio babbino caro" by Giacomo Puccini, some German lieder that evoke the romantic landscape and the famous romance of living "The Last Kiss" by Tosti that gives the title to the program curated by Madeleine Scagnelli. For the vocal tracks will alternate small "paintings" music of the late nineteenth-century French Hasselmans. The execution is entrusted to two young performers Piacenza: Sara Pavesi, diplomanda in Nicolini Conservatory Harp and Elisa Dal Corso, soprano, soloist of the choir Farnese, recent winner of the special mention at the Singing Competition for the scholarship named after Gianni Poggi . Both work with the group Enerbia in productions of classical music.
RICCI ODDI SELFIE
Saturday, May 17, at the Night of Museums, you're all invited to the # RicciOddiSelfie, an event that takes all engaged with smartphones and tablets to photograph in the exhibition gallery of Piacenza.
Joining is easy: all you need is a smartphone, photograph themselves in front of a work and then twittarla event with the hashtag # RicciOddiSelfie. All photos will retweet the twitter profile of the Gallery and subsequently loaded on a Facebook page.
The idea has seen the light on Twitter and is derived from the initiative Selfies with the Walrus was born a few months ago on Pinterest. Walrus, which in English means walrus, as well as being exposed to a work, is a sort of mascot Horniman Museum and Gardens in London that visitors love to take pictures. Even more so knowing that they become a part of the universe Pinterest. In the wake of this experience, was born # MuseumSelfie, a project that aims to encourage people all over the world to the art and culture through the use of social networks.
A cross between a flash mob and a viral event, the idea of the gallery focuses on fashion this time to rediscover the Museum in its entirety, from the collection to get to the building.