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Jan
26
Tue
(Italiano) GIORNO DELLA MEMORIA | CONFERENZA Il valore sociale e storico della Shoah @ in streaming
Jan 26 @ 09:15

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Jan
30
Sat
WEATHER# | Online Multimedia work on climate crisis @ online
Jan 30 @ 15:00

WEATHER is a composition by Elizabeth Swados on a script by Filippo Consales, a young man from Spoleto, aiming at raising awareness on the issues of climate change and the human impact on the natural world.
Associazione Bisse, City of Spoleto, La Mama Umbria International, together with international partners La Mama ETC, CultureHub NY, Seoul Institute of the Arts, CultureHub Europe, C.U.R.A., VRTY, Yorb, as well as organisations and artists from different parts of the world, have worked together to bring you a new work, re-imagined as an online, multimedia odyssey.
The audience will be able to watch the event in an online 360° space, composed by 12 unique VR environment, like the months of the year, uncovering the stories, and delving into the scientific or cultural references that emere from the work.
It will be an immersive experience which will say something deep that will remain for each of us, making us reflect on our essence, on “who we are”.

Weather# will be premiered on 30 January 2021 at 8.00 am (Mexico City), 9.00 am (New York), 2.00 pm (Dublin, London), 3.00 pm (Amsterdam, Rome), 11:00 PM (Seoul), at the presence of the project’s partners and artists.

Weather Spoleto 2020 has the UNI ISO 20121:2013 certification for events’ sustainability management.

To assist, go to: https://weather-swados.net (recommended browser: CHROME)

CREDITS:

Composer: Elizabeth Swados
Lyrics: Filippo Consales
Director and video concept: Jared McNeill
Music director, arrangements: Claudio Scarabottini
Production support: Rosalind Lichter
Music supervisor: Kris Kukul
Artistic supervision: Andrea Paciotto
Translations: Andrea Sensidoni
Production: Associazione BISSE/La MaMa Umbria International
Production manager: Adriana Garbagnati
Sustainability certification and environmental communication: Federica Andreini, Andrea Duranti, Massimiliano Mariani, Andrea Sillani
Online virtual platform: CultureHub NY /Seoul Institute of the Arts (KR)/Yorb/ VRTY (AUS)
Visual and graphic design: Han DongHwi / Sora Kang
Graphic Design: Da Gyeong Hong
3D Model: Ah Reum Won
Interactive Space Developer: Aidan Nelson, Dan Oved
Interactive Telecommunications: Aidan Nelson, Yarb
Original Animations: Naama Zarfaty
Rooms extra contents: Simone Bernelli, Andrea Duranti, Jared McNeill, Jaquelyn Micanti, Barbara Sciaboletta
Musicians: Hong Gie Kim, drums – Claudio Scarabottini , Keyboard – Francesco Savoretti, percussions – Heather Paauwe, Violin – Paolo Rosichetti, Bass – Yukio Tsuji, Shakuachi, Kayagum, Percussion – Gionni Di Clemente, Gtr, Oud, Bouzuky
String Orchestra: Stefano Zavattoni
Singers: Bassey Ebong, Cary Gant, Tareke Ortiz, Anissa Gouizi, Eliza Shaddad , Grace Mc Lean, Sara Galassini, Viviana Sigismondi, Yesul Kim, Michela Musco, Bisse Choir
Performer: Arianna De Angelis Marocco, Sara Libori (ContemporaneaMente Gruppo Danza) Jenny Mattaioli (INCProgress Collectiva)
Recording studio: S&M Studio
Sound Engineer: Paolo Chiari
Sound designer: Elio Germani
Music Label & Distribution: Ars Spoletium
Video and Photography Director: Andrea Parente
Tecnhnicians: Paolo Pannaccio , Stefano Camerieri Elisa Capocci

Mar
8
Mon
2021 International Women’s Day @ in streaming
Mar 8 @ 16:00 – 18:00
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Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 March: four events streamed on YouTube and Facebook

To mark International Women’s Day, the City of Spoleto has organised four events on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 March.

The programme, which can be followed by videoconference and in streaming on the social channels of the Authority (Facebook and YouTube), includes two conferences, a concert and a short film dedicated to Italian theatres.

The first appointment will be with Women in Institutions, a conference that will be broadcast live via streaming on the City’s YouTube channel (https://bit.ly/38alu7b) on Monday 8 March at 4 p.m.. The meeting, which will be coordinated by the deputy mayor and councillor for equal opportunities Beatrice Montioni and the councillor for culture Ada Urbani, will be attended by Paola Agabiti (councillor of the Umbria Region), Elisa Sabbatini (mayor of Castel Ritaldi), Roberta Galassi (school manager), Candia Marcucci (director of the Umbrian Reclamation Consortium) and Emilia Bellina (former President of the Court of Spoleto).

As part of the “Musica c’è” project, on Monday 8 March at 6 p.m. there will be a concert entitled Women in music by the teachers of the “A. Onofri” Spoleto School of Music and Dance with Mariangela Campoccia (soprano) and Simona Granelli (piano). The concert will be broadcast on the city’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ComunediSpoleto).

On Tuesday 9 March at 4 p.m. the conference Women and sport: from myth to modernity will be broadcast live on YouTube. Participants include Beatrice Montioni (deputy mayor and councillor for equal opportunities), Caterina Grifoni (president FIDAPA BPW Italy, Spoleto section) and Romanella Gentili Bistoni (past president FIDAPA BPW Italy, Alta Valle del Tevere section).

The last appointment (9 March at 6 p.m.) will be the short film dedicated to all Italian theatres Applausi. Eco-sustainable haute couture rekindles the stage lights with Giorgia Battistoni, Yuri Napoli, Fabiola Gaudio (violin) and Maestro Lorenzo Porzio (music and piano). The short film is produced by Multimedia Communication, directed by Matteo Cuccu and the screenplay by Maria Costici.

Despite the restrictions and the impossibility of organising, as in the past, a programme of appointments to be lived in presence – said deputy mayor Beatrice Montioni – we managed to realise two occasions of confrontation on the role of women in institutions and in the world of sport, with the intention of providing everyone with elements of knowledge and food for thought useful for understanding the value of gender equality, in a context in which the persistence of discrimination against women and girls is not only a violation of a fundamental human right, but is also a limitation to the achievement of the condition necessary to finally have a prosperous, sustainable and peaceful world.”

Mar
9
Tue
2021 International Women’s Day @ in streaming
Mar 9 @ 16:00 – 18:00
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Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 March: four events streamed on YouTube and Facebook

To mark International Women’s Day, the City of Spoleto has organised four events on Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 March.

The programme, which can be followed by videoconference and in streaming on the social channels of the Authority (Facebook and YouTube), includes two conferences, a concert and a short film dedicated to Italian theatres.

The first appointment will be with Women in Institutions, a conference that will be broadcast live via streaming on the City’s YouTube channel (https://bit.ly/38alu7b) on Monday 8 March at 4 p.m.. The meeting, which will be coordinated by the deputy mayor and councillor for equal opportunities Beatrice Montioni and the councillor for culture Ada Urbani, will be attended by Paola Agabiti (councillor of the Umbria Region), Elisa Sabbatini (mayor of Castel Ritaldi), Roberta Galassi (school manager), Candia Marcucci (director of the Umbrian Reclamation Consortium) and Emilia Bellina (former President of the Court of Spoleto).

As part of the “Musica c’è” project, on Monday 8 March at 6 p.m. there will be a concert entitled Women in music by the teachers of the “A. Onofri” Spoleto School of Music and Dance with Mariangela Campoccia (soprano) and Simona Granelli (piano). The concert will be broadcast on the city’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ComunediSpoleto).

On Tuesday 9 March at 4 p.m. the conference Women and sport: from myth to modernity will be broadcast live on YouTube. Participants include Beatrice Montioni (deputy mayor and councillor for equal opportunities), Caterina Grifoni (president FIDAPA BPW Italy, Spoleto section) and Romanella Gentili Bistoni (past president FIDAPA BPW Italy, Alta Valle del Tevere section).

The last appointment (9 March at 6 p.m.) will be the short film dedicated to all Italian theatres Applausi. Eco-sustainable haute couture rekindles the stage lights with Giorgia Battistoni, Yuri Napoli, Fabiola Gaudio (violin) and Maestro Lorenzo Porzio (music and piano). The short film is produced by Multimedia Communication, directed by Matteo Cuccu and the screenplay by Maria Costici.

Despite the restrictions and the impossibility of organising, as in the past, a programme of appointments to be lived in presence – said deputy mayor Beatrice Montioni – we managed to realise two occasions of confrontation on the role of women in institutions and in the world of sport, with the intention of providing everyone with elements of knowledge and food for thought useful for understanding the value of gender equality, in a context in which the persistence of discrimination against women and girls is not only a violation of a fundamental human right, but is also a limitation to the achievement of the condition necessary to finally have a prosperous, sustainable and peaceful world.”

Apr
17
Sat
The Comedy and its comments – From Jacopo di Dante to Cristoforo Landino @ online
Apr 17 @ 11:00
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Included in the Dante in the Lands of the Duchy initiatives organised by the “Giosuè Carducci” City Library and the State Archives of Perugia on the occasion of the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, on Saturday 17 April at 11.00 a.m. Prof. Rodney Lokaj, professor of Italian philology at the University of Enna “Kore”, will hold a videoconference on the Divine Comedy and its commentaries, a long exegetical tradition that has accompanied Dante’s masterpiece since the death of the “Greatest Poet”.

Prof. Lokaj’s lecture covers a period of time that goes from Jacopo Alighieri’s commentary to Cristoforo Landino’s very successful one, son of the culture of Neoplatonism, of which the Carducci library preserves a precious incunabulum dated 1484.

Rodney Lokaj’s videoconference will be available on the Facebook and YouTube channels of the City of Spoleto.

A second lecture by Prof. Lokaj will be dedicated, in the coming months, to the figure of Giovanni di ser Buccio, a scholar from Spoleto who was among the commentators of the Commedia in the early 1400s.

The programme of initiatives of “Dante in the lands of the Duchy”, opened last March with the inauguration, in the covered courtyard of Palazzo Mauri, of an exhibition of incunabula, sixteenth-century editions, precious illustrated editions, maps and documents with specific reference to the relationship between Dante and the territory of Spoleto, will continue until December 2021 with conferences, concerts, readings aloud, activities with schools, to conclude with the publication of a catalogue.

Reading paths on Dante among the library’s new acquisitions. For those who want to take reading paths on Dante and the Comedy, the Carducci Library indicates some recently published books, among the new volumes available for loan.

Two great scholars of Italian literature, Marco Santagata and Giulio Ferroni, deal with the Divine Comedy, the first offering a useful guide to orientate oneself in the vast universe of the allegorical poem, the second literally making a journey in stages along the peninsula, to sound out the geography and the many places treated or cited in the work. Dante’s encyclopaedic culture and attention to nature are revealed in a text by Angelo Manitta that deals with botany and plants in the Comedy. One of the most highly regarded historians of our time, Alessandro Barbero chisels out a portrait of Dante focusing on his dimension as a man of the Middle Ages. There is also an ironic reinterpretation of Dante’s Inferno by Tommaso Cerno who, aided by Makkox’s biting drawings, recounts the politics and power of Italy at the dawn of the Third Republic.

Rodney Lokaj’s CV. A graduate of Melbourne and Perugia, former student of the classical philologist and Dante scholar Giorgio Brugnoli in Rome, Rodney Lokaj is of Australian origin but a naturalised Italian. He is currently Professor of Italian Philology at the University of Enna ‘Kore’ in Sicily, known worldwide as a scholar of Franciscanism, Dante, Petrarch, Castiglione, Falcone, Bembo, Humanism and the reception of the classical tradition. On Dante, in particular, he has published on the illustrious vernacular, Gianni Schicchi, Piccarda Donati, Saint Francis, and the Veltro. He regularly participates in international conferences in Italy, Europe, North America and Australia. He has long-standing collaborations with the Vatican Library, the State Archives of Perugia, the Saint of Padua, in Poland, China and Spain. He is a member of the scientific committee of numerous journals and scientific academies at national and international level, including: the Deputazione di Storia Patria per l’Umbria, the Società Dantesca Italiana, the executive committee of the North American Society of Neo-Latin Studies. He has collaborated on numerous projects at the Giosuè Carducci Library in Palazzo Mauri, including the Lecturae Dantis.

Apr
23
Fri
76th Liberation Day @ in streaming
Apr 23 @ 10:30

On the occasion of the 76th FEAST OF LIBERATION, the city administration, in collaboration with the Spoleto section of the National Partizans’ Association (ANPI) and the “Città Nuova” cultural centre, has organised a conference on Friday 23 April 2021 at 10.30 a.m. entitled Anti-fascist characteristics of the Italian Constitution.

The meeting will be attended by the Extraordinary Commissioner of the City of Spoleto, Dr Tiziana Tombesi, the vice-president of the ANPI section of Spoleto, Filippo Schiavetti Arcangeli, and Professor Mauro Volpi, professor of constitutional law.

The conference, which will be attended by high school students, will be streamed live on the YouTube channel of the City of Spoleto >>https://bit.ly/3apTxtg.

On Sunday 25 April, in accordance with the requirements of the health emergency, a laurel wreath will be laid in Piazza della Libertà (palazzetto Ancaiani) in honour of those who fell in the Liberation War.

 

Apr
29
Thu
(Italiano) Racchiusi e reclusi nelle mura del castello: parole e vite nella Rocca di Spoleto @ in streaming
Apr 29 @ 17:00
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May
5
Wed
75th International Opera Singers Competition – Teatro Lirico Sperimentale @ Teatro Nuovo Gian Carlo Menotti
May 5 – May 8 all-day
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75th Edition of the “Comunità Europea” Competition For Young Opera Singers
organised by Teatro Lirico Sperimentale “A. Belli”.

Jury chaired by Mariella Devia
Renato Bruson among the Jury Members

May 5-8, 2021, Teatro Nuovo

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, Regione Umbria, Comune di Spoleto, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Spoleto, Fondazione Francesca, Valentina e Luigi Antonini and with the patronage of the Commission of the European Communities, the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto “A. Belli” announces the 75th edition of the “Comunità Europea” Competition for Young Opera Singers.

The competition is open to young people who, on 1 January 2021, are under 32 years of age (sopranos and tenors) and under 34 years of age for mezzo-sopranos, contraltos, baritones and basses, who are citizens of EU countries, EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland), citizens of candidate countries for accession to the EU or potential candidates for accession to the EU, and countries participating in the European cultural programmes “Creative Europe” on 03.02.2021 (Albania, Republic of North Macedonia, Montenegro, UK, Republic of Serbia, Armenia, Tunisia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine and Kosovo under UN Security Council Resolution 1244 of the United Nations Security Council).

President of the Jury will be acclaimed soprano Mariella Devia. The Jury will also feature experts in the field, including Renato Bruson, and representatives of the Artistic Direction of the Institution, as per Art. 5 of the Competition Notice, M° Michelangelo Zurletti, musicologist and music critic and Enrico Girardi, music critic of the Corriere della Sera and Professor at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

The winners of the competition (all those who have obtained a minimum score of 8/10) will take part in a two-year, five-month STUDY COURSE that will prepare them for their theatre debut. Among the teachers of the Corso di Avviamento al Debutto 2021 are: for vocal interpretation Renato Bruson and Marina Comparato, for acting Giorgio Bongiovanni and Andrea Stanisci, for score study Raffaele Cortesi, Enza Ferrari and Carlo Palleschi. Lessons on music and entertainment legislation and a teaching module on artists’ rights are also scheduled. Individual STUDY GRANTS of 700.00 euros gross per month are available. At the end of the course the winners will make their debut in the 2021 SEASON of the “Sperimentale”, which will take place as usual in September.

The conduct and organisation of the Competition, of the free auditions, of the examinations themselves, of the didactic exercises, of the concerts, of the Debut Training Course and of the “Sperimentale di Spoleto e dell’Umbria” Opera Season, are subject to the provisions that will be in force at the time of the Competition itself, of the Course, of the Opera Season and of the other activities mentioned above, and issued by the competent authorities of the Republic of Italy.

For 2021, a special prize for the 75th anniversary of the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale is established for the first three winners, based on the score assigned by the jury. The grant will be awarded according to the modalities indicated in art. 10 of the Competition Notice.

Applications must be sent by e-mail to segreteria.artistica@tls-belli.it or by post to: Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto “A. Belli”, Piazza G. Bovio 1, 06049 Spoleto (PG) by 22 April 2021. The competition, which will take place at the Teatro Nuovo in Spoleto, will be held from 5 to 8 May 2021. For singers over the age limit of the competition and for citizens of countries not included in art.1 of the announcement, free auditions connected to the Singing Competition will be held on 9 and 10 May 2021. Further information: https://www.tls-belli.it/libere-audizioni/.

The competition’s detailed information and announcements can be obtained from:

Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto “A. Belli”
Piazza G. Bovio, 1 – 06049 SPOLETO (PG)
Tel – 0743 221645
Fax 0743 222930
segreteria.artistica@tls-belli.it
segreteria@tls-belli.it

May
16
Sun
(Italiano) Giornate FAI di primavera @ Piazza Duomo
May 16 all-day
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May
26
Wed
(Italiano) IL MAGGIO DEI LIBRI | Il simbolo e l’allegoria: la modernità di Baudelaire e Montale @ in diretta streaming sul canale YouTube del Comune di Spoleto
May 26 @ 18:30

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May
29
Sat
(Italiano) IL MAGGIO DEI LIBRI | Il convitto di piazza Campello di Spoleto e la Prima Guerra Mondiale @ in diretta streaming sul canale YouTube del Comune di Spoleto
May 29 @ 11:00

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May
30
Sun
(Italiano) SPOLETO EBRAICA | VISITA GUIDATA @ Spoleto
May 30 @ 10:00 – 11:30
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Spoleto Card guided visit @ Tempietto sul Clitunno / Campello sul Clitunno
May 30 @ 15:30
May
31
Mon
(Italiano) IL MAGGIO DEI LIBRI | Im/possibile_amore / Spoleto in Covid @ in diretta streaming sul canale YouTube del Comune di Spoleto
May 31 @ 11:00

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Jun
2
Wed
(Italiano) SPOLETO EBRAICA | VISITA GUIDATA @ Spoleto
Jun 2 @ 10:00 – 11:30
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(Italiano) Festa della Repubblica @ in streaming
Jun 2 @ 10:30
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(Italiano) Visita guidata ai percorsi difensivi della fortezza @ Rocca Albornoz
Jun 2 @ 11:30
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Jun
5
Sat
(Italiano) #Visionid’Autore | Massimo D’Anolfi presenta il film GUERRA E PACE @ Cinéma Sala Pegasus
Jun 5 @ 17:00
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Jun
6
Sun
Spoleto Card guided visit @ Palazzo Collicola
Jun 6 @ 15:30
Jun
11
Fri
(Italiano) Presentazione del libro “Dante Alighieri, giovane tra i giovani. Cinque studi sulla vitalità di Dante” di Stefania Meniconi @ Ex Chiesa di Sant'Agata
Jun 11 @ 16:00

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Jun
13
Sun
Antiques Market @ Corso Mazzini - Giardini di Viale Matteotti
Jun 13 @ 08:00

The Antiques Market takes place every second Sunday of the month in Piazza della Libertà and in the nearby streets, from early morning to sunset.

It offers different types of objects, handicrafts, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, paintings etc.

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(Italiano) Green Day con gusto | Mostra mercato dei prodotti tipici a km. zero @ Casina dell’Ippocastano
Jun 13 @ 09:00 – 18:00

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Spoleto Card guided visit @ Chiesa dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo
Jun 13 @ 11:30
Jun
14
Mon
(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 14 @ 18:00

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Jun
15
Tue
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 15 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Jun
16
Wed
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 16 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 16 @ 18:00

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Jun
17
Thu
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 17 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Jun
18
Fri
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 18 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY DAYS | Presentation of the book ‘Make-up and beauty in antiquity’ by Rossano De Cesaris @ Ex Chiesa di Sant'Agata
Jun 18 @ 17:00
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On Friday 18 June, at 5 p.m., in the former church of Sant’Agata, next to the National Archaeological Museum of Spoleto and the Roman Theatre, the book by Rossano De Cesaris “Trucco e bellezza nell’antichità” (published by Sillabe) will be presented.

A journey through the Egyptians, Cretans, Mycenaeans, Etruscans, Romans and Byzantines in the company of the famous make-up artist to discover the secrets of beauty. A detailed analysis of the distinctive and characteristic traits of each civilisation, trying to trace, where possible, parallels with the current era and an identity that links us to the ancients. This will be followed by a free guided tour of some of the fashion and beauty exhibits in the museum’s collections and storage areas.

Free admission. Reservations are recommended by calling 0743 223277 or sending an email to drm-umb.muspoleto@beniculturali.it.

This is the first of the events organised by director Silvia Casciarri on the occasion of the European Archaeology Days (18-19-20 June 2021).

(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 18 @ 18:00

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Jun
19
Sat
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 19 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY DAYS | Hidden Treasures from Piazza d’Armi @ Museo archeologico nazionale di Spoleto e Teatro romano
Jun 19 @ 16:30

Saturday 19 June, 4.30 p.m.
Hidden Treasures from Piazza d’Armi
Presentation at the National Archaeological Museum of Spoleto and Roman Theatre of the hidden treasures from Piazza d’Armi

On the occasion of the European Archaeology Days, there will be a preview of extraordinary finds from some of the tombs in the necropolis. The director Silvia Casciarri and the restorer Giacomo Perna, who supervised the excavation work, will speak.

Booking required: 0743.223277 – e-mail: drm-umb.muspoleto@beniculturali.it

Jun
20
Sun
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 20 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Spoleto Card guided visit @ Tempietto sul Clitunno / Campello sul Clitunno
Jun 20 @ 11:30
(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 20 @ 18:00

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italiano.

Jun
21
Mon
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 21 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 21 @ 18:00

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Jun
22
Tue
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 22 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Jun
23
Wed
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 23 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 23 @ 18:00

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Jun
24
Thu
Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 24 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Jun
25
Fri
64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS @ Spoleto
Jun 25 all-day
<!--:it-->64° FESTIVAL DEI DUE MONDI<!--:--><!--:en-->64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS<!--:--> @ Spoleto

64° Festival of Two Worlds
from June 25th to July 11th 2021
www.festivaldispoleto.com

From www.festivaldispoleto.com:

The sixty-fourth edition of the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi, the first programmed by artistic director Monique Veaute, opens on Friday 25 June 2021. Founded by Gian Carlo Menotti in 1958, Italy’s oldest performing arts festival once again transforms the city of Spoleto into a stage: from 25 June to 11 July, 60 performances, all Italian premieres, feature more than 500 artists from 13 countries in 15 venues, with some of the world’s best artists and companies offering an uninterrupted flow of music, opera, dance, theatre, allowing audiences to discover the unexpected.

Performances, discussions with artists, collateral events and debates shine a light on contemporary society, illuminating its diversity and complexity. This year at Spoleto, the first edition of Rai’s Festival per il sociale places themes including environmental and economic sustainability, social cohesion and inclusion, the role of women, the new generations and the value of memory at the heart of the discussion.

Dante, Stravinskij, Strehler, Pina Bausch and some of the great classics of the theatre repertoire form a bridge between the past and the future, projected forwards in time thanks to the interpretations of great artists and companies from Iván Fisher to Antonio Pappano, from the Budapest Festival Orchestra to the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, from Mourad Merzouki to Angelin Preljocaj, from Francesco Tristano to Brad Mehldau, from Flora Détraz to Jonas&Lander, from Liv Ferracchiati to Lucien Øyen, from Romeo Castellucci to Robert Lepage to Lucia Ronchetti, and by participants in residencies run by La MaMa Spoleto Open and the Accademia Silvio d’Amico.

There are exhibitions at Palazzo Collicola, while discussions organized by Fondazione Carla Fendi, concerts at the Casa Menotti and numerous collateral events introduce visitors to some of the most beautiful hidden corners of this city.

The 64th edition of the Festival of Two Worlds welcomes live audiences in absolute security. While the health situation means there are restrictions on the number of available tickets, a calendar of online appointments will be streamed via the Digital Stage so that those who cannot attend physically can still take part. A festival which brings people together, creating new opportunities for dialogue and reflection.

Further information: www.festivaldispoleto.com
E-mail: info@festivaldispoleto.com

LONGOBARDS IN ITALY: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE FOR 10 YEARS | Guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours @ Spoleto e Campello sul Clitunno
Jun 25 all-day
<!--:it-->LONGOBARDI IN ITALIA: DA 10 ANNI PATRIMONIO MONDIALE UNESCO | Visite guidate, trekking urbani, percorsi bike<!--:--><!--:en-->LONGOBARDS IN ITALY: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE FOR 10 YEARS | Guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours<!--:--> @ Spoleto e Campello sul Clitunno

From 25 June to 7 July guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours to celebrate the tenth anniversary

On 25 June 2021 the serial property Longobards in Italy. Places ot the power (568-774 A.D.) will celebrate the tenth year since its inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List, when it became the 46th Italian site to be inscribed, bringing to international attention an ancient and often little considered people.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of UNESCO recognition, the Municipality of Spoleto is planning a series of initiatives that, starting on Friday 25 June, will involve the Basilica of San Salvatore, the National Museum of the Duchy of Spoleto at the Rocca Albornoz, the exhibition rooms of the former Monte di Pietà in Via Aurelio Saffi and, more generally, the area between Spoleto and Campello sul Clitunno.

It will be a path of knowledge through guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, two family bike tours in the Spoleto Valley to discover the evidence of the Lombards in our territory.

Scheduled events from 25 June to 7 July:

Friday 25th June

*10 a.m. and 4 p.m. – Basilica of San Salvatore
guided tour from outside the monument | free of charge
the monument has been closed since 2017 due to the earthquake but through a glass panel you can admire the central nave from the outside in complete safety.

organised by coop. Sistema Museo | booking required

*10.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. – National Museum of the Duchy, Rocca Albornoz
guided tour | free of charge

you will discover the museum’s section housing the grave goods from the Lombard era and it will be possible to admire the cast of the relief of the Basilica of San Salvatore’s  main portal, which will allow you to explore the theme of the use of spolia.

organised by coop. Museum System | booking required

*5 p.m. – ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls, via Saffi
inauguration of the exhibition
SAN SALVATORE IMPERFECT HARMONIES

25 June – 15 August 2021 | open from Thursday to Sunday 10.30-13 | 16.30-19

organised by Comune di Spoleto | free entrance

Saturday 26th June

*4.30 p.m. – departure from Piazza della Libertà
city trekking On the tracks of the Longobards | free of charge

walk through the city of Spoleto, the ancient capital of the Lombard Duchy, to admire and explore the sites and historical traces that testify to the splendour of a city that became, for more than two centuries, a powerful ducal seat.

Programme and technical data:
walk to the Basilica of San Salvatore
duration about 3 hours
organised by La Spoletonorcia srl – reservation required

Sunday 27th June

*9.30 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
family bike tour in the Spoleto Valley of the Longobards with guided tour | free of charge

free entrance to the Tempietto del Clitunnno by the Municipality of Campello sul Clitunno a bike ride that combines the two UNESCO sites: the Basilica of San Salvatore in Spoleto and the Tempietto sul Clitunno. Refreshment stop and return to Spoleto.

Programme and technical data:

about 30 km, round trip
easy/medium level

*hours 9.30 departure in the direction of the Basilica of San Salvatore and then proceed along the cycle path to the Tempietto del Clitunno

minimum age of participants 14 years
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Sunday 4th July

*9.00 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
Expert bike tour Unesco Sites of Spoleto’s Valley with guided tour | payment required
a journey, pedal after pedal in the enchantment of the olive grove from Spoleto to Trevi with a visit to two UNESCO sites and the church of Santa Maria di Pietrarossa

Programme and technical data
approx. 45 km round trip
medium/high level

*9.00 a.m. departure towards the Basilica of San Salvatore
lunch stop to be defined
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by the association SSD La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Wednesday 7th July

*11.00 a.m. – online conference SAN SALVATORE ARMONIE IMPERFETTE
YouTube Live by the Municipality of Spoleto

The meeting will be attended by the Extraordinary Commissioner of the Municipality of Spoleto Tiziana Tombesi, the President of the Associazione Italia Langobardorum Rossella del Prete and the architect Giorgio Flamini.

The conference will also include speeches by the technicians of the Raggruppamento Temporaneo Professionisti (RTP) Marco Balducci (engineer and RTP group leader), Margherita Agamennone Garibaldi (restorer and art historian) and Francesco Bartocci (engineer) who are working on the design for the seismic improvement of the basilica of San Salvatore.

The conference, which will be streamed live on the YouTube channel of the Municipality of Spoleto (https://bit.ly/3yi3Zxb) will be moderated by Angela Maria Ferroni, archaeologist from the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Culture.

Exhibition | FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / Fragments of a theatrical journey @ Palazzo Collicola
Jun 25 all-day

FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / FRAGMENTS OF A THEATRICAL JOURNEY
from 25 June to 12 September

La mostra del Festival dei 2 Mondi aperta fino a domenica 12 settembre. Ingresso gratuito per i residenti di Spoleto

The exhibition-tribute that brings to light documents, photographs, old sketches, costumes and stage furnishings that have made the history of the Festival dei Due Mondi has been extended until Sunday 12 September to allow tourists and residents to admire real pieces of art made by the skilled hands of the Festival’s costume designers that have followed over the years.

The exhibition, curated by Piero Maccarinelli, aims to highlight the fundamental work of the craftsmen-artists without whom the festival would not have achieved the international prestige that has distinguished it. It is a first eclectic survey of costumes selected from the thousands in the festival’s storehouse and represents a preview of the work that will be developed more organically in the coming years, according to thematic cycles.

The exhibition, housed in Palazzo Collicola’s rooms, is open from Friday to Sunday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 15.30 to 19.00.

Admission:
€ 5,00 (full price)
€ 3,00 (Spoleto Card holders, Over65, Under25 and groups of at least 15 people)
Free for residents of Spoleto and Under14.

Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 25 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Exhibition | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE @ Monte di Pietà, Palazzo Mauri, Archivio di Stato
Jun 25 all-day
<!--:it-->Mostra | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE<!--:--><!--:en-->Exhibition | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE<!--:--> @ Monte di Pietà, Palazzo Mauri, Archivio di Stato

San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE San Salvatore imPERFECT HARMONIES
A photographic-documentary exhibition organised by the Municipality of Spoleto to mark the tenth anniversary of the inclusion of the serial property “Longobards in Italy . Places of power (568-774 A.D.)” on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

from 25 June to 15 August
ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls via A. Saffi
Thursday to Sunday
10.30/13.00 – 16.30-19.00

until 31 December
at Palazzo Mauri, G. Carducci municipal library 
library opening hours – info 0743/218801

at the Spoleto State Archive, San Matteo Complex
Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

(Italiano) Saggi della Scuola Comunale di Musica e Danza “Alessandro Onofri” @ in streaming
Jun 25 @ 18:00

Sorry, this entry is only available in Italiano.

Jun
26
Sat
64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS @ Spoleto
Jun 26 all-day
<!--:it-->64° FESTIVAL DEI DUE MONDI<!--:--><!--:en-->64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS<!--:--> @ Spoleto

64° Festival of Two Worlds
from June 25th to July 11th 2021
www.festivaldispoleto.com

From www.festivaldispoleto.com:

The sixty-fourth edition of the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi, the first programmed by artistic director Monique Veaute, opens on Friday 25 June 2021. Founded by Gian Carlo Menotti in 1958, Italy’s oldest performing arts festival once again transforms the city of Spoleto into a stage: from 25 June to 11 July, 60 performances, all Italian premieres, feature more than 500 artists from 13 countries in 15 venues, with some of the world’s best artists and companies offering an uninterrupted flow of music, opera, dance, theatre, allowing audiences to discover the unexpected.

Performances, discussions with artists, collateral events and debates shine a light on contemporary society, illuminating its diversity and complexity. This year at Spoleto, the first edition of Rai’s Festival per il sociale places themes including environmental and economic sustainability, social cohesion and inclusion, the role of women, the new generations and the value of memory at the heart of the discussion.

Dante, Stravinskij, Strehler, Pina Bausch and some of the great classics of the theatre repertoire form a bridge between the past and the future, projected forwards in time thanks to the interpretations of great artists and companies from Iván Fisher to Antonio Pappano, from the Budapest Festival Orchestra to the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, from Mourad Merzouki to Angelin Preljocaj, from Francesco Tristano to Brad Mehldau, from Flora Détraz to Jonas&Lander, from Liv Ferracchiati to Lucien Øyen, from Romeo Castellucci to Robert Lepage to Lucia Ronchetti, and by participants in residencies run by La MaMa Spoleto Open and the Accademia Silvio d’Amico.

There are exhibitions at Palazzo Collicola, while discussions organized by Fondazione Carla Fendi, concerts at the Casa Menotti and numerous collateral events introduce visitors to some of the most beautiful hidden corners of this city.

The 64th edition of the Festival of Two Worlds welcomes live audiences in absolute security. While the health situation means there are restrictions on the number of available tickets, a calendar of online appointments will be streamed via the Digital Stage so that those who cannot attend physically can still take part. A festival which brings people together, creating new opportunities for dialogue and reflection.

Further information: www.festivaldispoleto.com
E-mail: info@festivaldispoleto.com

LONGOBARDS IN ITALY: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE FOR 10 YEARS | Guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours @ Spoleto e Campello sul Clitunno
Jun 26 all-day
<!--:it-->LONGOBARDI IN ITALIA: DA 10 ANNI PATRIMONIO MONDIALE UNESCO | Visite guidate, trekking urbani, percorsi bike<!--:--><!--:en-->LONGOBARDS IN ITALY: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE FOR 10 YEARS | Guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours<!--:--> @ Spoleto e Campello sul Clitunno

From 25 June to 7 July guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours to celebrate the tenth anniversary

On 25 June 2021 the serial property Longobards in Italy. Places ot the power (568-774 A.D.) will celebrate the tenth year since its inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List, when it became the 46th Italian site to be inscribed, bringing to international attention an ancient and often little considered people.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of UNESCO recognition, the Municipality of Spoleto is planning a series of initiatives that, starting on Friday 25 June, will involve the Basilica of San Salvatore, the National Museum of the Duchy of Spoleto at the Rocca Albornoz, the exhibition rooms of the former Monte di Pietà in Via Aurelio Saffi and, more generally, the area between Spoleto and Campello sul Clitunno.

It will be a path of knowledge through guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, two family bike tours in the Spoleto Valley to discover the evidence of the Lombards in our territory.

Scheduled events from 25 June to 7 July:

Friday 25th June

*10 a.m. and 4 p.m. – Basilica of San Salvatore
guided tour from outside the monument | free of charge
the monument has been closed since 2017 due to the earthquake but through a glass panel you can admire the central nave from the outside in complete safety.

organised by coop. Sistema Museo | booking required

*10.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. – National Museum of the Duchy, Rocca Albornoz
guided tour | free of charge

you will discover the museum’s section housing the grave goods from the Lombard era and it will be possible to admire the cast of the relief of the Basilica of San Salvatore’s  main portal, which will allow you to explore the theme of the use of spolia.

organised by coop. Museum System | booking required

*5 p.m. – ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls, via Saffi
inauguration of the exhibition
SAN SALVATORE IMPERFECT HARMONIES

25 June – 15 August 2021 | open from Thursday to Sunday 10.30-13 | 16.30-19

organised by Comune di Spoleto | free entrance

Saturday 26th June

*4.30 p.m. – departure from Piazza della Libertà
city trekking On the tracks of the Longobards | free of charge

walk through the city of Spoleto, the ancient capital of the Lombard Duchy, to admire and explore the sites and historical traces that testify to the splendour of a city that became, for more than two centuries, a powerful ducal seat.

Programme and technical data:
walk to the Basilica of San Salvatore
duration about 3 hours
organised by La Spoletonorcia srl – reservation required

Sunday 27th June

*9.30 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
family bike tour in the Spoleto Valley of the Longobards with guided tour | free of charge

free entrance to the Tempietto del Clitunnno by the Municipality of Campello sul Clitunno a bike ride that combines the two UNESCO sites: the Basilica of San Salvatore in Spoleto and the Tempietto sul Clitunno. Refreshment stop and return to Spoleto.

Programme and technical data:

about 30 km, round trip
easy/medium level

*hours 9.30 departure in the direction of the Basilica of San Salvatore and then proceed along the cycle path to the Tempietto del Clitunno

minimum age of participants 14 years
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Sunday 4th July

*9.00 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
Expert bike tour Unesco Sites of Spoleto’s Valley with guided tour | payment required
a journey, pedal after pedal in the enchantment of the olive grove from Spoleto to Trevi with a visit to two UNESCO sites and the church of Santa Maria di Pietrarossa

Programme and technical data
approx. 45 km round trip
medium/high level

*9.00 a.m. departure towards the Basilica of San Salvatore
lunch stop to be defined
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by the association SSD La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Wednesday 7th July

*11.00 a.m. – online conference SAN SALVATORE ARMONIE IMPERFETTE
YouTube Live by the Municipality of Spoleto

The meeting will be attended by the Extraordinary Commissioner of the Municipality of Spoleto Tiziana Tombesi, the President of the Associazione Italia Langobardorum Rossella del Prete and the architect Giorgio Flamini.

The conference will also include speeches by the technicians of the Raggruppamento Temporaneo Professionisti (RTP) Marco Balducci (engineer and RTP group leader), Margherita Agamennone Garibaldi (restorer and art historian) and Francesco Bartocci (engineer) who are working on the design for the seismic improvement of the basilica of San Salvatore.

The conference, which will be streamed live on the YouTube channel of the Municipality of Spoleto (https://bit.ly/3yi3Zxb) will be moderated by Angela Maria Ferroni, archaeologist from the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Culture.

Exhibition | FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / Fragments of a theatrical journey @ Palazzo Collicola
Jun 26 all-day

FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / FRAGMENTS OF A THEATRICAL JOURNEY
from 25 June to 12 September

La mostra del Festival dei 2 Mondi aperta fino a domenica 12 settembre. Ingresso gratuito per i residenti di Spoleto

The exhibition-tribute that brings to light documents, photographs, old sketches, costumes and stage furnishings that have made the history of the Festival dei Due Mondi has been extended until Sunday 12 September to allow tourists and residents to admire real pieces of art made by the skilled hands of the Festival’s costume designers that have followed over the years.

The exhibition, curated by Piero Maccarinelli, aims to highlight the fundamental work of the craftsmen-artists without whom the festival would not have achieved the international prestige that has distinguished it. It is a first eclectic survey of costumes selected from the thousands in the festival’s storehouse and represents a preview of the work that will be developed more organically in the coming years, according to thematic cycles.

The exhibition, housed in Palazzo Collicola’s rooms, is open from Friday to Sunday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 15.30 to 19.00.

Admission:
€ 5,00 (full price)
€ 3,00 (Spoleto Card holders, Over65, Under25 and groups of at least 15 people)
Free for residents of Spoleto and Under14.

Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 26 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Exhibition | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE @ Monte di Pietà, Palazzo Mauri, Archivio di Stato
Jun 26 all-day
<!--:it-->Mostra | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE<!--:--><!--:en-->Exhibition | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE<!--:--> @ Monte di Pietà, Palazzo Mauri, Archivio di Stato

San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE San Salvatore imPERFECT HARMONIES
A photographic-documentary exhibition organised by the Municipality of Spoleto to mark the tenth anniversary of the inclusion of the serial property “Longobards in Italy . Places of power (568-774 A.D.)” on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

from 25 June to 15 August
ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls via A. Saffi
Thursday to Sunday
10.30/13.00 – 16.30-19.00

until 31 December
at Palazzo Mauri, G. Carducci municipal library 
library opening hours – info 0743/218801

at the Spoleto State Archive, San Matteo Complex
Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Jun
27
Sun
64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS @ Spoleto
Jun 27 all-day
<!--:it-->64° FESTIVAL DEI DUE MONDI<!--:--><!--:en-->64th FESTIVAL OF TWO WORLDS<!--:--> @ Spoleto

64° Festival of Two Worlds
from June 25th to July 11th 2021
www.festivaldispoleto.com

From www.festivaldispoleto.com:

The sixty-fourth edition of the Spoleto Festival dei Due Mondi, the first programmed by artistic director Monique Veaute, opens on Friday 25 June 2021. Founded by Gian Carlo Menotti in 1958, Italy’s oldest performing arts festival once again transforms the city of Spoleto into a stage: from 25 June to 11 July, 60 performances, all Italian premieres, feature more than 500 artists from 13 countries in 15 venues, with some of the world’s best artists and companies offering an uninterrupted flow of music, opera, dance, theatre, allowing audiences to discover the unexpected.

Performances, discussions with artists, collateral events and debates shine a light on contemporary society, illuminating its diversity and complexity. This year at Spoleto, the first edition of Rai’s Festival per il sociale places themes including environmental and economic sustainability, social cohesion and inclusion, the role of women, the new generations and the value of memory at the heart of the discussion.

Dante, Stravinskij, Strehler, Pina Bausch and some of the great classics of the theatre repertoire form a bridge between the past and the future, projected forwards in time thanks to the interpretations of great artists and companies from Iván Fisher to Antonio Pappano, from the Budapest Festival Orchestra to the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, from Mourad Merzouki to Angelin Preljocaj, from Francesco Tristano to Brad Mehldau, from Flora Détraz to Jonas&Lander, from Liv Ferracchiati to Lucien Øyen, from Romeo Castellucci to Robert Lepage to Lucia Ronchetti, and by participants in residencies run by La MaMa Spoleto Open and the Accademia Silvio d’Amico.

There are exhibitions at Palazzo Collicola, while discussions organized by Fondazione Carla Fendi, concerts at the Casa Menotti and numerous collateral events introduce visitors to some of the most beautiful hidden corners of this city.

The 64th edition of the Festival of Two Worlds welcomes live audiences in absolute security. While the health situation means there are restrictions on the number of available tickets, a calendar of online appointments will be streamed via the Digital Stage so that those who cannot attend physically can still take part. A festival which brings people together, creating new opportunities for dialogue and reflection.

Further information: www.festivaldispoleto.com
E-mail: info@festivaldispoleto.com

LONGOBARDS IN ITALY: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE FOR 10 YEARS | Guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours @ Spoleto e Campello sul Clitunno
Jun 27 all-day
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From 25 June to 7 July guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, family bike tours to celebrate the tenth anniversary

On 25 June 2021 the serial property Longobards in Italy. Places ot the power (568-774 A.D.) will celebrate the tenth year since its inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List, when it became the 46th Italian site to be inscribed, bringing to international attention an ancient and often little considered people.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of UNESCO recognition, the Municipality of Spoleto is planning a series of initiatives that, starting on Friday 25 June, will involve the Basilica of San Salvatore, the National Museum of the Duchy of Spoleto at the Rocca Albornoz, the exhibition rooms of the former Monte di Pietà in Via Aurelio Saffi and, more generally, the area between Spoleto and Campello sul Clitunno.

It will be a path of knowledge through guided tours, city trekking, an exhibition, two family bike tours in the Spoleto Valley to discover the evidence of the Lombards in our territory.

Scheduled events from 25 June to 7 July:

Friday 25th June

*10 a.m. and 4 p.m. – Basilica of San Salvatore
guided tour from outside the monument | free of charge
the monument has been closed since 2017 due to the earthquake but through a glass panel you can admire the central nave from the outside in complete safety.

organised by coop. Sistema Museo | booking required

*10.30 a.m. and 3.30 p.m. – National Museum of the Duchy, Rocca Albornoz
guided tour | free of charge

you will discover the museum’s section housing the grave goods from the Lombard era and it will be possible to admire the cast of the relief of the Basilica of San Salvatore’s  main portal, which will allow you to explore the theme of the use of spolia.

organised by coop. Museum System | booking required

*5 p.m. – ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls, via Saffi
inauguration of the exhibition
SAN SALVATORE IMPERFECT HARMONIES

25 June – 15 August 2021 | open from Thursday to Sunday 10.30-13 | 16.30-19

organised by Comune di Spoleto | free entrance

Saturday 26th June

*4.30 p.m. – departure from Piazza della Libertà
city trekking On the tracks of the Longobards | free of charge

walk through the city of Spoleto, the ancient capital of the Lombard Duchy, to admire and explore the sites and historical traces that testify to the splendour of a city that became, for more than two centuries, a powerful ducal seat.

Programme and technical data:
walk to the Basilica of San Salvatore
duration about 3 hours
organised by La Spoletonorcia srl – reservation required

Sunday 27th June

*9.30 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
family bike tour in the Spoleto Valley of the Longobards with guided tour | free of charge

free entrance to the Tempietto del Clitunnno by the Municipality of Campello sul Clitunno a bike ride that combines the two UNESCO sites: the Basilica of San Salvatore in Spoleto and the Tempietto sul Clitunno. Refreshment stop and return to Spoleto.

Programme and technical data:

about 30 km, round trip
easy/medium level

*hours 9.30 departure in the direction of the Basilica of San Salvatore and then proceed along the cycle path to the Tempietto del Clitunno

minimum age of participants 14 years
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Sunday 4th July

*9.00 a.m. – departure from BiciGrill le Mattonelle
Expert bike tour Unesco Sites of Spoleto’s Valley with guided tour | payment required
a journey, pedal after pedal in the enchantment of the olive grove from Spoleto to Trevi with a visit to two UNESCO sites and the church of Santa Maria di Pietrarossa

Programme and technical data
approx. 45 km round trip
medium/high level

*9.00 a.m. departure towards the Basilica of San Salvatore
lunch stop to be defined
possible rental at BiciGrill Le Mattonelle at least one hour before departure (ebike 50,00€ – city bike 25,00€)

organised by the association SSD La Spoletonorcia srl | booking required

Wednesday 7th July

*11.00 a.m. – online conference SAN SALVATORE ARMONIE IMPERFETTE
YouTube Live by the Municipality of Spoleto

The meeting will be attended by the Extraordinary Commissioner of the Municipality of Spoleto Tiziana Tombesi, the President of the Associazione Italia Langobardorum Rossella del Prete and the architect Giorgio Flamini.

The conference will also include speeches by the technicians of the Raggruppamento Temporaneo Professionisti (RTP) Marco Balducci (engineer and RTP group leader), Margherita Agamennone Garibaldi (restorer and art historian) and Francesco Bartocci (engineer) who are working on the design for the seismic improvement of the basilica of San Salvatore.

The conference, which will be streamed live on the YouTube channel of the Municipality of Spoleto (https://bit.ly/3yi3Zxb) will be moderated by Angela Maria Ferroni, archaeologist from the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Culture.

Exhibition | FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / Fragments of a theatrical journey @ Palazzo Collicola
Jun 27 all-day

FRAMMENTI DI UN PERCORSO TEATRALE / FRAGMENTS OF A THEATRICAL JOURNEY
from 25 June to 12 September

La mostra del Festival dei 2 Mondi aperta fino a domenica 12 settembre. Ingresso gratuito per i residenti di Spoleto

The exhibition-tribute that brings to light documents, photographs, old sketches, costumes and stage furnishings that have made the history of the Festival dei Due Mondi has been extended until Sunday 12 September to allow tourists and residents to admire real pieces of art made by the skilled hands of the Festival’s costume designers that have followed over the years.

The exhibition, curated by Piero Maccarinelli, aims to highlight the fundamental work of the craftsmen-artists without whom the festival would not have achieved the international prestige that has distinguished it. It is a first eclectic survey of costumes selected from the thousands in the festival’s storehouse and represents a preview of the work that will be developed more organically in the coming years, according to thematic cycles.

The exhibition, housed in Palazzo Collicola’s rooms, is open from Friday to Sunday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 15.30 to 19.00.

Admission:
€ 5,00 (full price)
€ 3,00 (Spoleto Card holders, Over65, Under25 and groups of at least 15 people)
Free for residents of Spoleto and Under14.

Exhibition | LATE GOTHIC ENCHANTMENT. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna @ Museo Diocesano
Jun 27 all-day

From June 15 to November 7, thanks to the precious collaboration of the Vatican Museums, the triptych composed of the Madonna Enthroned with Child and Angels, currently housed in the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and the side compartments with the depictions of Saint Paula of Rome and Saint Eustochio, which escaped the fury of the 1703 earthquake, will be reunited and will be visible for the first time.

The exhibition, entitled Late gothic enchantment. The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna, is curated by Adele Breda, referent of the Department for Byzantine-Medieval Art of the Vatican Museums, by Stefania Nardicchi, Curator of the Diocesan Museum of Spoleto, and by Anna Pizzamano, PhD student in “History and Cultural Heritage of the Church” at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

On the occasion of the recent restoration of the two side compartments preserved in the Vatican Collection, bearing the images of two little-known saints, Paola of Rome and Eustochio, mother and daughter who lived at the time of St. Jerome (late fourth century), their study was deepened and an attempt was made to find the lost central compartment. The searches led to the Diocesan Museum, where a fragmented table representing a Madonna in throne with the Child between two angels has been identified. The painting, even if missing the lower part, has been recognized as the central part of the triptych. The work adorned in origin the altar of the church of Saint Maria near the castle of Abeto di Preci, from which the name of Maria Santissima di Piè di Castello.

The Madonna di Spoleto was transferred to the Vatican Museums’ Office of Scientific Researches applied to Cultural Heritage, where the various components were thoroughly examined: the wooden essence, the pigments, the engravings and the punches confirmed its full compatibility. With the intention of deepening the study of a painter of very high quality who is not sufficiently known, a later work by the same master was also selected for comparison, the Madonna Enthroned with Child between Two Angels, today kept in the Museum of Sacred Art and Popular Religiousness “Beato Angelico” in Vicchio del Mugello.

There are several reasons that led to this choice. These polyptychs are in fact made by one of the most refined and sought-after Florentine workshops of the time, and used for the liturgical decoration of chapels and parishes in the rural areas of Umbria and Tuscany. The survival of the only table with the Madonna, both in the case of Abeto di Preci and in that of Vicchio, attests, moreover, a devotion never interrupted and an affective and plurisecular bond with the territory, that has resisted also to the dispersion of the side compartments. Thanks to this juxtaposition it is also possible to guess the original dimensions of the Madonna in Spoleto, seriously damaged in the earthquake of 1703.

These works represent two different moments of the stylistic path of the Master of the Straus Madonna, active in Florence between 1385 and 1415, a painter who, from an initial neo-Giottism, slowly opened to the new international style, welcoming in part the style of Lorenzo Monaco and Gherardo Starnina, but always maintaining his original archaic style.

Title: Late Gothic Enchantment, The recomposed triptych of the Master of the Straus Madonna
Venue: Spoleto, Diocesan Museum
Period: 15 June -7 November 2021
Catalog: published by Quattroemme, Perugia
Hours: Every day from 11 to 18. Closed on Mondays.
Tickets: Euro 5,00; free of charge up to 6 years old and disabled people with accompanying person

Information:
Ph.+39 0577 286300 – duomospoleto@operalaboratori.com
www.spoletonorcia.it

Exhibition | San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE @ Monte di Pietà, Palazzo Mauri, Archivio di Stato
Jun 27 all-day
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San Salvatore ARMONIE imPERFETTE San Salvatore imPERFECT HARMONIES
A photographic-documentary exhibition organised by the Municipality of Spoleto to mark the tenth anniversary of the inclusion of the serial property “Longobards in Italy . Places of power (568-774 A.D.)” on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

from 25 June to 15 August
ex Monte di Pietà exhibition halls via A. Saffi
Thursday to Sunday
10.30/13.00 – 16.30-19.00

until 31 December
at Palazzo Mauri, G. Carducci municipal library 
library opening hours – info 0743/218801

at the Spoleto State Archive, San Matteo Complex
Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Spoleto Card guided visit @ Casa Romana
Jun 27 @ 11:30
(Italiano) Studenti ciceroni al Museo Archeologico e Teatro Romano di Spoleto @ Museo archeologico nazionale di Spoleto e Teatro romano
Jun 27 @ 17:00

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