Musica Picta – Festival of Ancient Music
In the context of the "Thursday music" festival, on the 12th, the 19th and the 26th of May, the Umbrian National Gallery is hosting "Musica Picta – Festival of ancient music".
On the calendar there are three concerts under the artistic direction of Daniele Bernardini, each of whom will be preceded by an itinerary to discover the musical iconography.
Furthermore, during the three appointments, the museum will be opened from 9 pm to 12 am.
Follows the program:
Thursday 12th May, 9 pm
O felici occhi miei
Daniele Bernardini - Descant
Giovanni Brugnami - Contralto
Goffredo degli Esposti - Tenor
Fabio Ceccarelli – Bass
Thursday 19th May, 9 pm
Umbra Lucis Ensemble
L'ange et le diable: The Angel and the Devil
Fabrizio Lepri - Viola
Stefano Lorenzetti - Harpsichord
Thursday 26th May, 9 pm
Baroque orchestra of "Gli archi del cherubino" (Cherub arches).
Antonio Vivaldi, The red priest
The admittance is free for whom already bought the ticket at the Umbrian National Gallery.
The Umbrian National Gallery is located at the higher floors of the Priori Palace with entrance along Corso Vannucci.
The present museum itinerary, launched in December 2006, occupies a surface of 4.000 square meters over two levels. The prestigious collection, organized in chronological order, encompasses a wide variety of artworks, from paintings on the board, the canvas and the wall, to wood and stone sculptures, to the goldworkings and fabrics, all notable examples of the Italian artistic production between the 13th and the 19th century.
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