Events May 4th in Bologna and surroundings: Hendel and the art of aging. The Lemonheads at Covo

MUSIC

THE LEMON HEAD
Covo Club, viale Zagreb 1, 10.30 p.m., entry 22 euros
It’s a Shame About Ray, the Lemonheads’ fifth album, turns 30. And then, to celebrate, Evan Dando takes the band’s current line-up on a journey to play the record in full. Especially on this evening the tour stops at Covo.

MAXIMUM DANGER
Estragon Club, via Stalingrado 83, 9.30pm, entry 25 euros
Rapper Massimo Pericolo (pen name of Alessandro Vanetti, one of the best lyricists of the Italian music scene) repeats last night’s concert, returning to the Tarragon stage for a new stage of the presentation tour of his new album “Solo Tutto”.

BEPPE CARLETTI AND YURI CILLONI
Bravo Caffè, Via Mascarella 1, 9.45 p.m., Info 051 266112
On this evening, a piece of Italian music history passes on the stage of the Bravo Caffè. In fact, Beppe Carletti (keyboardist, co-founder and the only permanent member of Nomadi after the death of Augusto Daolio) embarks on a journey based on music and stories, accompanied by current vocalist and guitarist Yuri Cilloni.

MARKET CLASSIC: SHOSTAKOWICH
Sonato Market, via Tartini 3, 9 p.m., admission 5 euros
The new edition of the magazine “Classica da Mercato” is dedicated to Shostakovich’s compositions. Three surprising musicians (Pietro Fabris on violin, Enrico Mignani on cello and Lorenzo Meo on piano) interpret two sensational pieces by the Soviet composer and pianist.

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 tribute to the jazz mainstream on the path that has made Bologna one of the European jazz capitals.

THEATRE

YOUTH IS OVERRATED
Teatro Duse, via Cartoleria 42, 9 p.m., admission 16-27 euros
Paolo Hendel brings a monologue from his book “Youth is overrated. The manifesto for a happy old age”, written together with Marco Vicari with the scientific contribution of the geriatrician Maria Chiara Cavallini. The show is directed by Gioele Dix.

Paolo Hendel al Duse: “The stories of the prostate of us old men”

by Paola Naldi



SPRING APARTMENTS
Theater of Life, via Emilia Ponente 485, various times, info https://www.teatridivita.it/tdv/
The RESIDANCES spring festival continues today with a calendar full of events. In addition to the exhibition dedicated to the designer Filippo Partesotti, there are also the shows “A story in reverse” (reduction from the book by Francesca De Sanctis), “The Winner”, “Stormi” and “Lucy”.

THE CLASS
Teatro delle Moline, via delle Moline 1/b, 9 p.m., admission 6-15 euros
This evening there will be a repeat of “La Classe” by Nanni Garella, who rearranges and rethinks the historic show of 2012 with the company “Arte e Salute”. On stage, twelve actors, twelve adults in the lecterns of an old school classroom: “They are souls who have now passed away in a kind of limbo, in the place where they spent their childhood days, the days that only come back in memories, times alive and full of energy, sometimes tired and melancholic, sometimes tormenting like things that are irretrievably lost”.

BLIND LOVE
Theater Arena del Sole, via Indipendenza 44, 8 p.m., admission 7-15 euros
New replica for the third and final chapter of the “Bugie Bianche” trilogy by Alessandro Berti. 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.

MEETINGS

FOREVER FIGURES
Gallery 16, via Nazario Sauro 16A, 9 p.m., info 051 5060789
To celebrate Fred Buscaglione’s 100th birthday, Gallery16 is hosting the official presentation of the Buscaglione solidarity card with the Grande Torino shirt and the graphic novel “Swing, Barbera and Fred” tonight. With Franz Campi and Giacomo Taddeo Traini.

“ISLANDS”
Feltrinelli bookshop, Piazza Ravegnana, 6 p.m., free entry
Lorenzo Palloni presents Isole, a graphic novel that tells of the future to make the reader think about our society and the ethical dilemmas that permeate it. During the appointment, Francesco Gualdi intervenes.

“TECTONICS”
Ambasciatori Library, Piazza Galvani 1, 6 p.m. Free admission
Sofia Assirelli and Cristiano Portolano talk about “Tectonics”, a graphic novel that tells a funny and touching story about the relationship with one’s body, religion, the visceral friendships of youth and the difficult, bumpy, often comical path of growth.

EVENTS

A NEW WELFARE STATE. FROM INDIVIDUAL / USER TO CITIZEN / PERSON
Bologna Academy of Sciences, via Zamboni 31, 5pm, free entry
Pierpaolo Donati, Professor of Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes at the University of Bologna, explains how to renew access to social services “inspired by a new logic of personalization of good service that gives space to the subjectivity of those who need a service ” .

STAND UP COMEDY BOLOGNA – OPEN MIC
Locomotiv Club, Via Sebastiano Serlio 25/2, 9.30 p.m., entry with AICS card
New appointment with the Locomotiv Stand Up Comedy Open Mic. The evening of “Microphone
open “will involve eight comedians who are called upon to take turns on stage with monologues to try or improve” in a dynamic succession of different styles and energies”.

ACTRESSES AND AUDIENCES: THEATER AS A POLITICAL SPACE
Online event, 6 p.m., registration required a museorisorgimento@comune.bologna.it till 12 o’clock
As part of the transnational seminar “Networks and forms of Italian women’s activism in the long nineteenth century (1820-1922)”, Carlotta Sorba (University of Padua) and Livia Cavaglieri (University of Genoa) lead an online conference on “Theater as Space Politics”.

GROUND
Archiginnasio Library, Piazza Galvani 1, 6 p.m. Free entry subject to availability
Second meeting of the magazine “The Ways of the Word”, promoted by CUBO Unipol, dedicated to books “and to all those who are looking for tools to find new interpretations of the present that tell us about our time in an original way”. This afternoon’s appointment sees Massimiliano Valerii and Antonietta Mira as protagonists in particular. Moderated by Daniele Donati.

NEAR + FUTURES + FAST + WORLDS
Salaborsa Library, Piazza Nettuno 3, 4 p.m., info https://leserredeigiardini.it/starts-bologna/
An arts, science, technology and environment conference dedicated to the need to reclaim the future will be held in the covered plaza of Salaborsa (Eventbrite registration required). Following this, the mayor Matteo Lepore and the curator Manuel Ciraqui, accompanied by some artists, will inaugurate the exhibition “Near + Futures + Quasi + Worlds”, a selection of important works by thirteen international artists, the result of artistic residencies in the main research centered Europeans. The exhibition will remain on view at the Auditorium Biagi della Salaborsa until May 29th.

THE STORY OF PILIPPO
Oratorio San Filippo Neri, via Manzoni 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 8.30 p.m., entrance 10 euros with reservation required (oratoriosanfilipponeri@mismaonda.eu / 349 7619232)
Who was San Filippo Neri? Why is there an oratory in Bologna that bears your name? what are the treasures
artistic that it holds? What hardships has this place gone through? New date for “Philip’s Story”, the guided tour with show to discover the oratorio.

ITALY IN SHOP WINDOWS
Aula Magna of Santa Cristina, piazzetta Morandi 2, 5 p.m., info https://site.unibo.it/
As part of the annual cycle “Wednesday of Santa Cristina”, Paola Cordera (Politecnico di Milano) is holding a conference aimed at rethinking some exhibition initiatives created in Italy and abroad at the beginning of the “economic miracle” as an impressive showcase for the Made were organized in Italy promotion.

REGION

PAULA MORELENBAUM
Piangipane (RA), Teatro Socjale, via Piangipane 153, 9.30pm, admission 13-15 euros
The Ravenna Jazz Festival opens its forty-ninth edition with the Bossarenova Trio by Brazilian singer Paula Morelenbaum. The line-up is completed by Joo Kraus on the trumpet and Ralf Schmid on the piano.

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