La Dolce Vita: The Best Italian Movie Songs
06.08.2018 - 15.10.2018 | 20:30 | Oratorio Del Caravita
The best Italian movie songs by Italian famous composers like Ennio Morricone and Nicola Piovani, will be performed by Opera e Lirica singers and ensemble in one of the most beautiful Churches in the ancient city center of Rome.
Taverna Antonina Restaurant from 1939
Enjoy the excellent cuisine by Filippo Cassano chef, finalist of “Masterchef Italia” at Taverna Antonina Restaurant in the heart of Rome (Via della Colonna Antonina, 48 Roma).You will taste meat and fish dishes according to the Roman tradition. This elegant and quaint restaurant is the perfect place for an unforgettable Italian evening.
Dinner is scheduled before the concert, at 6.30 pm.
You can pick up the ticket before the dinner or after dinner because the ticketoffice is always open.
You can choose between two menus:
Buffalo Mozzarella with truffles of Acqualagna, Parma ham and tomato
Cheese and Pepper Spaghetti “Verrigni” with Pumpkin’ s Flower and Buffalo cheese cream
Trifle: Sponge cake with Alchermes liquor, rum, vanilla custard, meringa and chocolate cream.
Natural or sparkling water
Clams, Sea truffle, Cocles and Mussels Sautè
Smoked Salmon fillet served with aromatic erbs, cherry tomatoes, shrimp mussels and clams.
Lemon sorbet with red fruit
Natural or sparkling water
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La dolce vita (strumentale)
Casta Diva (soprano)
C’era una volta il West (soprano)
Mission: Gabriels Oboe, Brothers (strumentale)
Lucean le stelle (tenore)
Mondo Cane: More (tenore)
Romeo e Giulietta (strumentale)
Sacco e Vanzetti: Here you are (soprano e tenore)
Il Buono, il Brutto, il Cattivo (strumentale)
Medley: La Strada, Amarcord, Otto e mezzo (strumentale)
Fratello Sole e Sorella Luna (tenore)
C'era una volta in America (soprano)
Nuovo Cinema Paradiso (strumentale)
Il Padrino: Parla più piano (tenore)
Giù la testa (soprano)
La vita è bella (strumentale)
Vacanze Romane (soprano)
Arrivederci Roma (soprano e tenore)
The Oratory of San Francesco Saverio del Caravita (St. Francis Xavier “del Caravita”) is a 17th-century baroque oratory in Rome, near the Church of Sant’Ignazio in rione Pigna. It is home to the Caravita Community, an international English-language Catholic community in Rome.
The current oratory is built over the ruins of the late twelfth century Church of San Nicola de Forbitoribus. The earliest reference to San Nicola is in the Ordo of Cencius Camerarius of 1192.
“Forbitoribus” apparently refers to the Confraternity of the “Forbiciai” – the ‘scissors-makers’ and manufacturers of knives. It was a common practice in the 12th century for churches to be sponsored by specific guilds or artisans’ associations, such as Saint Benedict of the Kettle-Makers (de Caccabis), Saint Mary of the Blacksmiths (de Ferraris), Saint Nicholas of the Lime Burners (Calcarariorum), Saint Nicholas of the Rope Makers (Funariorum).
The Church of San Nicola is referenced in a bull of Pope Urban V (1362-1370). On 1 September 1405, the church and bell tower were struck by lightning and suffered considerable damage.
On 14 September 1551, Pope Julius II entrusted the Church to the Camaldolese monks, who established a monastery adjacent to the church dedicated to Saint Anthony of Egypt.
By 1631, the Society of Jesus had established itself next door with the Collegio Romano, and sought to expand nearby to accommodate the active Sodalities and Lay Congregations regularly meeting in the College. The Jesuits acquired the property from the Camaldolese in exchange for a site near Piazza Venezia. The Camaldolese relocated to San Romualdo, and the Jesuits set about demolishing the older church and monastery in favor of a new oratory.