“Grand Tour Museums”, the proposals for Pesaro 2024

On May 18th, for the Night of Museums, extraordinary nocturnal openings and 4 proposals to discover the cultural heritage of the city (Civic Museums of Palazzo Mosca, Casa Rossini, the National Rossini Museum and the Oliveriano Archaeological Museum) and the village of Novilara

PESARO – Back there XVI edition of the Grand Tour Museums, the appointment to discover the heritage preserved in the Marche museums, promoted by the Department of Culture of the Marche Region and the Marche Cultura Foundation, in collaboration with the MiC – Ministry of Culture/Regional Directorate of Marche Museums and the Marche Regional Coordination of ICOM Italia. The initiative revolves around two important international events – International Museum Day and Museum Night – which this year coincide on a single day: Saturday 18 May. On the programme, events and meetings, workshops and new visit itineraries, following the theme indicated by ICOM for the International Museum Day 2024 – Museums, Education and Research – which underlines the role played by museums as dynamic educational institutions that promote learning and cultural enrichment with a final objective: the complete well-being of the person.

The proposal is rich and decidedly interesting Pesaro 2024 which involves several museums. On Saturday 18 May Pesaro Musei offers the extraordinary opening until midnight of the Civic Museums of Palazzo Mosca and Casa Rossini and three special events – also thinking of the little ones – which also involve the Oliveriano Archaeological Museum. At 9pm, “Whispering about art”, a walk for children aged 5-10 years through the alleys of the city where knowledge is preserved that will be whispered and glimpsed with torches in the moonlight. Anecdotes and questions will be activated upon the discovery of small traces that lead to the discovery of the heritage that surrounds us. Cost €4, info and reservations 0721 387541 [email protected]. Meeting point at the Civic Museums, it is recommended to bring a torch. The “Eros ai museums” guided tour starts at 11pm, a journey that highlights the love aspects of the works exhibited at Palazzo Mosca and Casa Rossini, accompanied by sensual readings of myths and legends. An itinerary that was fundamentally born from the meeting of two great passions: art and love. Cost €4, info and reservations 0721 387541 [email protected], meeting point at the Civic Museums.

Again on Saturday 18 May (starting from 5.30pm) the Olivieri Institution, the L’Anfora di Novilara and Teuta Senones Pisaurenses associations and the Quartiere 3 – Colline e Castelli are proposing ‘Travelling with History’, an itinerant journey between Pesaro and the village of Novilara, on the trail of the Piceni, the ancient Italic people of the Umbrian-Sabellian language who between the 9th and 3rd centuries BC lived in the mid-Adriatic area delimited to the north by the Foglia river and to the south by the Tronto river. The first stop is at 5.30 pm at the Oliveriano Archaeological Museum with ‘Discovering the Piceni: a walk between life and death’ curated by Brunella Paolini, director of the Olivieri Institution, and the archaeologist Enrico Sartini, a guided tour of the Necropolis of Novilara preserved at the Oliveriano Archaeological Museum, and at the Capanne Picene in via delle Galligarie considered the oldest houses in Pesaro, discovered in a 1977 excavation conducted by Professor Mario Luni/University of Urbino. At 7.30pm the afternoon continues at the Novilara Castle, with the exhibition ‘At the table with the ancients’ which displays kitchen tools, banquet kits, food products, spices and aromatic herbs; the re-enactors of the Teuta Senones Pisaurenses association will show how ancient peoples practiced cheese-making. Following, the meeting organized by Nicoletta Tagliabracci, food and wine ambassador of the Marche ‘Honey, nectar of the Goddesses, beauty and cosmetics in antiquity’: an excursus in the history of ancient cosmetology through the fascinating uses of honey. At 8.45pm Aperitif dinner of ancient flavours: soup, cheeses and honey, dried grapes and sweets, wholemeal bread, all washed down with wine and mead and enlivened by Annalisa Cancellieri’s Ancient Notes at Sunset, who will perform pieces of ancient music on the Celtic harp. Guided tours and activities are free without the need for reservations with the exception of the aperitif (cost 15 euros, reservations required 339 3707313 or 366 5408316). Info 0721 33344 [email protected].

At the Rossini National Museum, a double appointment. Saturday 18 May at 9pm, the unmissable guided tour “Cultural contaminations: Rossini and the Giants of his time” which recounts the meetings and interactions of the genius with the greatest personalities of his time, from Paganini to Wagner who conversed with Rossini in last part of his life, up to leading figures in the political, artistic and literary panorama such as Metternich and Stendhal. A fascinating journey that will be enriched by a surprise musical moment curated by the students of the “G. Rossini”: Ada Ricioppo (violin), Martina Giulianelli (viola), Leonardo Muccioli (cello). The visit is included in the entrance ticket, reservations required, info and tickets 0721 1922156 [email protected]. Sunday 19 May – on the occasion of Stradomenica – at 4pm, the special visit to “La gazza ladra” as part of the “Masterpieces on stage” exhibition. Guide to Rossini’s works. The event is dedicated to the opera which was staged for the first time on 31 May 1817 at the Nuovo Regio Ducale Teatro alla Scala, marking Rossini’s return to Milan, with another incredible success after “La pietra del Paragone” of 1812 The subject of the opera is taken from the 1815 drama La Pie voleuse ou La Servante de Palaiseau by Théodore Badouin d’Aubigny and Louis-Charles Caigniez, later set to music by Rossini with a libretto by Giovanni Gherardini. According to critics, the score has a very high musical quality and an intertwining of intense drama typical of semi-serious opera, which combines comedy and tragedy, inspired by real news events. Set after the French Revolution and the Napoleonic wars, in a peasant village near Paris, the plot tells of the servant Ninetta who, victim of slander and a judicial error, is unjustly convicted of stealing a silver fork during a party but the culprit was just a magpie. The opera became very popular until the end of the century, then revived in the mid-twentieth century, and inaugurated the first edition of the Rossini Opera Festival in 1980. The visit is included in the entrance ticket (reservations recommended). Info and tickets 0721 1922156 [email protected]

 
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