It was the end of last year when I found out that Betrayal by Harold Pinter – the Nobel Prize for Literature 2005, one of my favorite playwrights – would have been represented in London from March till June 2019, also starring Tom Hiddleston, the talented and famous theater and cinema actor (one of my favorites too). Two loves, one big opportunity: how could I have missed it? So I had the privilege of crossing the threshold of the Harold Pinter Theater, flying from Rome to London a few days ago. Continua la lettura di Betrayal
“Museums in Music”, the splendid initiative that since 2009 offers to romans and tourists a night when municipal museums are open ‘till 02 a.m., hosting dance and musical events at 1 euro or with free entrance, this year included tango in two dates: the first one at the Argentinean House with the CuarteTango quartet, and the other one at the Protomoteca in the square of the Capitol with: “New tango for String Orchestra and bandoneón” by Xilon Orchestra. Tango In Roma followed the second concert, structured into three half an hour-performances to allow as many people as possible to take part in it. Continua la lettura di Museums in…Tango!
The end of Winter sales, S. Valentine’s day and Tango: what do they have in common? All of these events were joined and grouped in Sunday 14th of February 2016 in the evening in the mall Dima Shopping Bufalotta in Rome. It’s not the first time that tango occurs to a Roman mall: about five years ago the Tango di Pietra-duo made trips inside Porta di Roma, a kind of little flash mob just to take temporary possession of the urban space tipically dedicated to shopping and far light-years from the proper places of tango. But that one of S. Valentine’s has been the first time at all in which it has been planned a genuine tango event – for free, moreover – in such a structure. The initiative was developed into two parts. Continua la lettura di S. Valentine’s Tango