Concerts in Rome

How and where  to celebrate New Year in  Rome| Some tips

How and where to celebrate New Year in Rome| Some tips

When in Rome , just party like an Italian ! Here some suggestions of what you can do :)

 

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1 * Cenone (  New  Year’s Eve dinner)

One of the most common way to celebrate the New Year ‘s  Eve in Italy, is to have a plentiful dinner at home with family and  the beloved  ones

Traditional dishes that can’t be missed are Lentils and Cotechino ( pork sausages ). Both  Cotechino  and Lentils represent abundance since the Roman  times.

Eating  lentils the night of  New Year’s Eve symbolizes the wish of prosperity and fortune for the new year. This tradition comes  from the Romans, who used to donate a  leather bag  containing lentils, with the wish that they would be transformed into coins.

If you are a tourist , many restaurants offer a New Year’s menu, excellent in quality and tradition !

Just remember to book ahead.

 

2 * New Year’s Eve outdoor.

Another common way to celebrate New Year’s Eve is to party in the heart of the towns. Concerts and streets shows are organized everywhere  in  Italy, both in small villages and in big cities.

In Rome you will find 24 hours no-stop shows. Free theatre and dance performances with street artists all around the city center.

Along the Tiber there will be the greatest fun as well as around Circo Massimo and Coliseum area, where after midnight will perform the big Italian artist Vinicio Capossela !

At midnight you can watch the fabulous fireworks over the Coliseum. UNMISSABLE !

 

3* Disco Party  !

Still not tired? What about going dancing till dawn ?!

Here’ s a list of discos where you can dance all night long , but also book there a dinner!

Just remember to book and pay in advance

 

We wish you a joyful end of the Year and Great start of the new one!

For more infos visit us at Yes hotel Rome , our staff will be happy to assist you in every way!

 

 

 

 

Soweto Gospel Choir  in Rome || 17 novembre 2018

Soweto Gospel Choir in Rome || 17 novembre 2018

November 17, Soweto Gospel Choir  will perform  at the  Auditorium – Parco della Musica, the sophisticated modern theatre projected by Renzo Piano

Founded in 2002 and currently  led  by Beverly Bryer, Mazwe Shabalala and Mulalo Mulovhdzi, the Choir  inlcudes  the best vocal talents of  the churches and communities of Soweto , the big  suburb of Johannesburg.
Born to celebrate the uniqueness and power of African Gospel music, the amazing group is recognized as one of the most important  in the gospel music scene worldwide

The shows are  full of rhythm, energy and passion.
All  tours and performances  in the most important theaters have always bee n greeted with  endless ovations

Yes Hotel Rome  located on a quiet side street in the city center is perfect for a romantic getaway, a relaxing break or business trip!

Music in Bernini’s  Rome

Music in Bernini’s Rome

The rich musical program  “Baroque style”  in Rome explore  various musical of the 17th century which is combined  between voice and original instruments of   the  period . During  the concert there will be a presentation of marble artistic wonders of sculpture and  frescoes  in the Borromini Sacristy and  ends with a moving final concert in Sant’Agnese in Agone , the most famouse of Roman Baroque.

If you want comfortable accommodation or more details regarding this event, don’t hesitate  to ask our staff at Yes Hotel in Rome!

This event  repeats on various days : 1 Sep, 8 Sep, 15 Sep

TRAMJAZZ: AN ENCHANTIG DINNER IN THE HEART OF ROME

TRAMJAZZ: AN ENCHANTIG DINNER IN THE HEART OF ROME

For a good bottle of wine and a gourmet Italian dinner on the sound of live jazz performances, Rome has a cozier alternative to any traditional restaurants or lounge bars: it’s TramJazz, a cable car of 1947 totally restored to be turned into a warm travelling restaurant and evocative concert hall.
The cable car itinerary twists and turns around the most enchanting spots of Rome city center, while guests, accompanied in their romantic dinner by live music of high quality, will be tasting the best of Lazio local food. The 3-hour event starts at 9 pm; you can take part to it upon previous booking, that we suggest to make fairly in advance.
Yes Hotel is at your disposal for any further information!

ENJOY 2015 EVE IN ROME!

ENJOY 2015 EVE IN ROME!

To welcome 2015 with an explosion of music and colors Rome City Hall has sponsored this year two majestic events into the suggestive backdrops of Circo Massimo and Fori Imperiali respectively.
Here below a short outline of St. Sylvester’s night events in the Eternal City, all for free of course:
starting at 8 pm, from FORI IMPERIALI all the way up to Altare della patria (Piazza Venezia) the air will be resounding with soul, ’60 revivals, funcky, swing and electro swing, recalling the atmosphere of Manhattan’s 52nd Street between the Thirties and the Sixties.
– from 9.30 pm onwards at CIRCO MASSIMO the cold winter night will be fired up by great music:
Spiritual Front, neofolk, swing revival, symphonic rock interpreters
Gemitaiz & Madman, representants of Italian hip-hop scene
Mannarino, the outstanding Roman song writer & singer
Subsonica, electro music superstars
Daddy G, founder member of Massive Attack
Staying at Yes Hotel will allow you to enjoy at best you Roman New Year’s Eve!

“VIVI I MUSEI”: ROME’S MUSEUMS WILL BE GETTING ALIVE THIS WEEKEND!

“VIVI I MUSEI”: ROME’S MUSEUMS WILL BE GETTING ALIVE THIS WEEKEND!

This weekend Rome is getting enlightened not only by Christmas decorations, but also by a rich series of cultural events. All is going to happen in the museums.
We sorted out a short guide for you:

Saturday 6 December: music & dance performances will run from 8 pm to 2 am into all most important museums of the city on occasion of the night called “Music at the Museums”. These the museums you might be most interested in: Musei Capitolini, Centrale Montemartini, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, MACRO, MACRO Testaccio, Mercati di Traiano, Castel Sant’Angelo, Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Scuderie del Quirinale etc. Tickets: free admission, or alternatively €1 symbolic donation requested.
Sunday 7 December: different arrangements on occasion of the “National Archaeology Day”. Sections of the musueums (such as depositories) which are normally closed to public will be open and shown. Tickets: no admssion fee at State Museums (while free entrance to City Museums will be for residents only).
Monday 8 December: special opening of all City Museums (which are normally closed on Mondays).

Yes Hotel staff will be happy to guide you through this long art-weekend: don’t hesitate to contact us!

TAKE A LEAP INTO SWING & JAZZ!

TAKE A LEAP INTO SWING & JAZZ!

For jazz lovers and for those who never miss the chance to pop in a ballroom: Rome Jazz Festival is back! Now come to its 38th edition, the festival has always attracted many international artists. This year on stage at Auditorium Parco della Musica the vocalist Dee Dee Dee Dee Bridgewater (Grammy award winner), the contemporary jazz pianists Jason Moran and Robert Glasper, the best “Gipsy Jazz” (also known as “Manouche”) guitarists in Europe, only to name a few.
Besides Auditorium Parco della Musica, Teatro Torlonia (just restored and opened to public), Teatro Quarticciolo and Teatro Tor Bella Monaca will host the musical and dance events, which are scheduled until 30 November.
2014 news: introduced a three-days dance workshop & final performance for lovers of swing out, inside turn, outside turn, Texas Tommy, Lindy circle, Charleston basic.
Entrance fee: €5-€25.
Stay at Yes Hotel for more info on the programme!

RomaEuropa Festival 2014

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Not only electronic music, experimental dance and interactive exhibitions. Until November 30th, ROMAEUROPA FESTIVAL 2014 offers you a deep immersion into the latest trends in contemporary arts throughout the works of talents from all around the world.
Historical locations such as La Pelanda (Ex Mattatoio), Accademia di Francia, Teatro Argentina, Teatro Brancaccio will be the roman stage to this two-months event.
If you are looking for the best accommodation to reach them all, then don’t hesitate to book with us at http://www.yeshotelrome.com/ !

Villa Borghese and the “Temple of Asclepius”

One of the must visit places in Rome that combines nature, pleasure, history and physical excercise. You can spent a lot of hours walking, drinking coffee etc. You can ride your bike and enjoy! The Villa is a great place to cycle around and the cafe’s are definitely worth stopping at while taking in the scenery. It’d also be a great place for a picnic, however, there’s not a whole lot else to keep you entertained. It’s only a short walk from the Spagna metro station and the Spanish Steps though so it’s definitely worth stopping at if you’re in the area.

The lake is circled by the walking path “Viale del Lago,” but you won’t be able to miss the centerpiece – “Temple of Asclepius.” Asclepius  was the Greek god of medicine and healing – exactly what your legs will need after all this time exploring Rome & Italy!IMG_6694

From Piazza del Popolo ­- The wide open Piazza is very popular with Romans as well as tourists, for its beautiful statuary and Egyptian obelisk. To the east of the Piazza is the massive Borghese Gardens, a quiet green spot among the big city hustle and bustle. This park is great for strolling, jogging, etc, and I believe you can rent a bicycle to ride around on. On the east side of the park is the most excellent Villa Borghese, a prime site to view art, especially, in my opinion, sculpture. There is no lack of magnificent art in Rome, but don’t miss this place.

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Paolo Nutini in Rome!

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Next July, the young Scottish singer will perform in Rome at the Ippodromo delle Campanelle

Presenting his last album Caustic.

Since his debut in 2006 (only 19 years old) with the album These Streets, Nutini showed his talent all around combining the heritage of soul and folk music , with the most personal and fresh attitude.

Nutini’s Father, Alfredo is of Italian descent, from the Region of Tuscany, and his mother Linda is Scottish. His concert is much attended here in the Eternal City where Paolo has conquered enthusiastic hearts that enjoy his art.

Special Buses will be available for the event, departing from Termini station (around the corner from Yes Hotel) taking the public directly to the spot.

Saturday 19th July 2014

Rock in Roma

At the Ippodromo delle Campanelle

Ticket price is 32 euro

Concert begins at 21.45.

Have fun!

Marcelo