Archive for March, 2010

Agimus 2010 – Deljavan open the new season!!!

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Today at 20:30 the opening concert (thanks to the pianist Alessandro Deljavan) of the 3rd Agimus Season will be held by the Sale Apollinee of the Fenice Theather.

This year’s program will be dedicated to Chopin and Shumann as this is the 200th Anniversary of his birth. Many institution will be involved: Conservatorio “Benedetto Marcello” of Venice, “Tartini” of Trieste, the Accademy of Fine Arts of Venice and many more.

Alessandro is only 22 years old, he’s graduated by the international Accademy of Como’s Lake and he won “John Giordano discretional Award”.

All the other concerts will be held at Palazzo Albrizzi in Venice. You can find the complete program in the official website of AGIMUS: .

Alessandro Deljavan

Palazzo Fortuny will open with 3 new expositions

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

Palazzo Fortuny will open the 27th March after a restauration.
At the ground floor there will be “Città delle Città“, a work of Francesco Candeloro where architecture (of the city and of the environment) join photography and sculpture, creating a labirinth.

At the first floor you will find an exposition of Mariano Fortuny, Silk and Velvet. This is a great collection of rare original Delphos coming from all over the world.

At the second floor there is the exposition of the colletion Koelliker from Milan: Samurai. You will have the chance to see armours, helmets and accessories: not only a war instrument but also the symbol of power and social condition.


Aldo Bovo – Of Waters, Skies and Mirages

Friday, March 19th, 2010

This is a great anthological exhibition about the painter Aldo Bovo (1923 – 1995). Many of its artworks are exposed at the Civic Tower of Mestre (the first city you will find in the mainland when you leave Venice), in Ferretto Square.

The entrance is free of charge and the exposition will be open from the 27th March until the 18th of April from 15:00pm until 19:00pm.

Aldo Bovo

Rialto Heart of the City

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Venice’s Assessorato alle Attività Produttive is promoting the economic development of Rialto Area, one of the oldest of Venice, with many events and shows.
The first step has been the new vaporetto stop “Mercato”, the second has been the restoration of Campo San Giacometto & Church and the last one is a programme of events, concerts and workshops with venetians and shopkeepers. The City Hall would like to promote a more sustainable tourism, in the respect of the locals and the monuments. At the same time this is a great opportunity to learn something about the history and the live of this historic area of Venice.

You will find the complete programme in , as well as many information about the area and its life.

Rialto Bridge

2010 Venice International Boat Show

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The 9° International Boat Show of Venice will open its doors to the public the 18th of March, until the 21st.
As usual, it’s located at the Cruise Termianal, easily reacheble by car or by boat.

The most prestigious brand will attend the show, as well as a new area dedicated to the Charters: a great idea for next summer’s holidays!!!
Another new section is the one dedicated to the interior design and furnishing. And you will not miss all the new accessories and electronic devices for your boat!

More than 1 kilometer of floating piers and 16000 square meters of pavillions are at your disposal!!! For more information please visit the official website of the show: .

Salone Nautico