Lungo il Tevere 2018
Also this year, in the shadow of the blond Tiber, it will be possible to enjoy a rich program of interesting events. Accomplice the event "Along the Tiber Rome 2018" that for the summer Capitoline will offer its patrons a rich cultural program, entertainment, tasting, solidarity and even spiritual happenings.
And the big news this year is the exhibition that celebrates the 140th anniversary of the Messaggero offering to the public of the kermesse 14 panels on the first historical pages of the main Roman newspaper: precious articles that tell crucial facts for the history of the Belpaese, from the Great War up in our day.
After the success of the last editions, from June 8 '' Along the Tiber Rome '' will return to animate the evenings of the Roman summer and entertain those who chose the capital to spend the holidays.
The event, now in its sixteenth year, promises to be even more spectacular and engaging. The aim is to help citizens and tourists to rediscover the charm of a river that tells the story, not only of the city of Rome, but of all Western civilization.
A sparkling necklace of artistic, craft and enogastronomic "pearls" will embellish the quays (restructured and redeveloped by the La Vela d'Oro Cultural Association before and after the event) with entrance from Ponte Garibaldi and Ponte Sublicio, enhancing the best of culture Italian and foreign.
Also this year the cultural association "La Vela d'Oro" will host a rich and varied entertainment along the Tiber. Beginning with the Bryaxis Association for Art and Harmony - supported by Sorgente Group - which offers concerts of classical music and singing completely free, organized by Arte2o by Davide Dose at the Lungomare di Ripa-Porto di Ripa Grande.
This is how the "Classica sul Tevere" returns with the artists of the Santa Cecilia Conservatory performing on Friday in a varied repertoire: among them Daniela Orlando, Alessandro Muller, Hu Chunxi, Alessandra Pulvirenti and Daniele D'Andrassi, the award-winning Andrea Pennacchi, Ivan Bernardini. Saturday is reserved for Roman singer-songwriters: among others Luca Bussoletti, Agnese Valle, Irene Cavallo and Jimmy Ingrassia will perform. Also in this edition, in the Bryaxis space the works of the students of the Fine Arts Academy will be exhibited.
But there are many other events on the agenda, such as Le donne di Trastevere: an interesting exhibition that collects photographs of the "Trasteverina" life from 1970 to 1975 through the photographs of the photographer Emilio Gentilini. And also the Illustrated Posters of the Great War: postcards and letters of the soldiers, edited by The Library of Modern and Contemporary History.