Gallery16, via Nazario Sauro 16 / a, 9 p.m., Info 051 5060789
Max Manfredi’s “Nogenovatour” is stopping in Bologna today. The well-known Genoese singer-songwriter takes the stage at Galerie 16 with the songs from his latest album “Il grido della fata” and the best of his wide repertoire.
SAMARA JOY “AND HER TRIO”
Jazz & Music club room, Alemagnagasse, 10 p.m., admission 10-20 euros
Samara Joy, recognized as one of America’s most promising young singers and a rising star in African American singing, will perform at Camera Jazz & Music Club tonight, accompanied by Ben Paterson’s piano, Mathias Allamane’s double bass and Malte Arndal’s drums.
Conservatory of Music “GB Martini”, Piazza Rossini 2, 6-7 p.m., Info 051 221483
Following the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of electronic music from Bologne last October, the Conservatory “GB Martini di Bologna” proposes three-day research music concerts “to build a bridge between the contemporary Italian repertoire and recent experiences in the field of electronic music and electroacoustic improvisation”.
Teatro Duse, via Cartoleria 42, 8.30 p.m., admission 7-30 euros
The 2022 season of the Senzaspine Orchestra continues with the recreation of the famous opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi. The podium is entrusted to Maestro Matteo Parmeggiani, while the direction is signed by Giovanni Dispenza, who thus returns to the Duse stage together with a cast of young singers selected in collaboration with the Luciano Pavarotti Foundation.
Locomotiv Club, via Sebastiano Serlio 25/2, 9.30 p.m., entry €23
After the release of his first solo album “Even the Monkeys Fall from the Trees” and after playing in big clubs as Canova frontman, the Lombard singer-songwriter Matteo Mobrici takes the stage of Locomotiv Rundreise 2022 with “Even the Monkeys Go On”. “.
MARCO FERRI: MAINSTREET MAINSTREAM
Bentivoglio Winery, via Mascarella 4 / b, 9.30 p.m., info 051 265416
Accompanied by some surprise guests, saxophonist Marco Ferri returns to pay his tribute
Jazz mainstream on the path that has made Bologna one of the European capitals of jazz.
Theater Arena del Sole, via Indipendenza 44, 8 p.m., admission 7-15 euros
The third and final chapter of Alessandro Berti’s “Bugie Bianche” trilogy premieres at the Arena del Sole. The path to history and current issues of white majority-black minority relations in Western societies ends with an intimate dialogue between a mixed couple (he knows, she black), imaginary but likely, embodying some characters’ psychological coherence of the characters’ burning issues of today’s society.
Dehon Theater, via Libia 59, 9pm, admission 12 euros
Israeli artist Yotam Peled opens the evening of the contemporary dance and performing arts festival with “Migrena 2×2”, a hybrid solo performance offering an abstract and contemporary interpretation of the story of the biblical Jonah. The program then includes the performance of the young artists from the Anfibia project.
BREAD AND OIL
Casalecchio di Reno, Laura Betti Theater, Piazza del Popolo 1, 8.30 p.m., admission 25 euros
Luigi Dadina, Paola Berselli and Stefano Pasquini trace their roots by paying tribute to the peasant and working world, “whose marks they continue to bear, in their eyes, in their voices, in their bodies, in their hands and above all in their heads “.
PASOLINI: THE SPIRIT OF ORIGINS
Mast Auditorium, via Speranza 42, 6.30 p.m., free admission by prior arrangement (www.mast.org)
The MAST Foundation organizes the presentation of the new book by Massimo Recalcati. Entitled “Pasolini: the Ghost of Origin”, the work paints a portrait of the intellectual by deepening the unresolved conflict between life and history, body and reason, individual and community, myth and demythization. The event will be supplemented by readings by Valter Malosti.
Library Ambasciatori, via degli Orefici 7 p.m., 6 p.m., free entry
Caterina Bonvicini and photojournalist Valerio Nicolosi present “Mediterraneo. Aboard Humanitarian Ships”, a book that tells, in words and pictures, the stories of rescuers who chose to find their reason for life in an endless sea.
“POLITICAL OBJECTS IN THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS”
Museum of the Risorgimento, Piazza Carducci 5, 5.30 p.m. Free admission
As part of the conference series “Around the Risorgimento”, edited by the Bologna Committee of the National Institute for the History of the Italian Risorgimento, Enrico Francia and Carlotta Sorba speak with Maria Pia Casalena to discuss the volume they edited “Political Objects in the Age of Revolutions – Material culture, national identities, political practices”.
Giardino del Guasto, via del Guasto 1, 6 p.m., info 051 5871012
Andrea De Franco chats with Antonia Caruso, author of LGBTQIA+. Preserving Complexity”. Gathering historical events, quotes, stories of collective practices and experiences, the volume attempts to convey what this acronym really means and how the need to identify with it arose.
“THE SISTERS’ SON”
The Confraternita dell’Uva, via Belmeloro 1 / E, 6.30 p.m., info 051 0497191
Leonardo Luccone talks to Filippo Taddia to present his latest book “The Sisters’ Son”. The work describes itself as “a journey into the abyss of a mind, between the pains and passions of family ties”.
THE STORY OF PILIPPO
Oratory of San Filippo Neri, Via Manzoni 17, 7 p.m. and 8.30 p.m., admission 10 euros, reservation required
Who was San Filippo Neri? Why is there an oratory in Bologna that bears your name? What artistic treasures does it contain? What hardships has this place gone through? New date for “Philip’s Story”, the guided tour with show to discover the oratorio.
SANDRO PERTINI, THE MOST POPULAR PRESIDENT
Cube in Porta Europa, Piazza Vieira de Mello 3, 6.30 p.m., info https://www.cubounipol.it/
Third and final appointment of “Italy, the history of a country”, the series of meetings aimed at reliving epochal events together with the authors of last summer’s most listened to Italian podcast, Lorenzo Pregliasco and Lorenzo Baravalle. This afternoon’s study focuses in particular on the story of the head of state Italians remember best, and a seven-year period punctuated by tragic and memorable events.
THE DEAL. PUBLIC READING OF THE CONSTITUTION
Dome of the Column, via Panzini 1/1, 6 p.m., free entry with reservation 0516242160
After two years of distance reading, the thirteenth edition of “Il patto. Public Reading of the Constitution”. The marathon of readers (citizens, artists, journalists and teachers) will be launched by Andrea Speranzoni, lawyer, writer and defender of the Association of Families of Victims of the Bologna Massacre.
THE ROUTES THAT ONLY PASS IN BOLOGNA
Various places, reservation by mail required email@example.com or on 051 2840436
The dialect tour “I Bâgn ed Mârio (La Cunsêrva ed Valvairda)” (8.30 p.m.) and the guided visits to the Baths of Mario and the Crypt of San Zama. This is the list of itineraries proposed today by the “Happens Only in Bologna” association.
MADNESS: THE PASSION FOR PAINTED FLOORS IN THE ITALIAN MEDIEVAL
Aula Magna of Santa Cristina, piazzetta Morandi 2, 5 p.m., info https://site.unibo.it/
As part of the annual cycle of “Santa Cristina Wednesdays”, Maddalena Vaccaro (University of Salerno) organizes a conference dedicated to floor mosaics in Italy, important works that, in addition to having a decorative purpose, convey material ambitions , artistic and, times politically.
MEN’S MARATHON 8th
Pop Up Cinema Jolly, via Marconi 14, 7.30 p.m., admission 8-9 euros
Actor Pekka Strang and producer-writer Jani Poso will be present tonight for the marathon of Mister 8, Finnish director Teemu Nikki’s Cannes-winning series last year. The work, with a surprising plot, mixes genres from slapstick to thriller, traversing romantic comedy and a series of profound reflections on contemporary society.
YELL + SHOOT ME
Reggio Emilia, Teatro Valli, Piazza Martiri on July 7, 20:30, info https://www.iteatri.re.it/
The Aterballetto company makes its debut in its hometown of Reggio Emilia with two new productions signed by the young choreographers Eyal Dadon and Diego Tortelli. “Yeled” brings to the stage a reflection on that moment in life when children’s innocence is lost, while “Shoot me” is presented as a frontal work that seeks to put the dancers on stage in direct relation and the dancers in exchange audience in the stalls.