Pur bella è la vita

Pur bella è la vita
Pur bella è la vita
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The exhibition 'Pur bella la vita. Musiche nei luoghi storici di Pisa" recalls the quotation "Pur bella la vita, merita di rischiare: bisogna di rischiare ogni tanto per sentir quanto vale" painted in the Chiostro di San Girolamo and that for over thirty years has accompanied the academic life of the Scuola Superiore "Sant'Anna" inviting students to take up the taste for new challenges.

Twelve events with free admission, from April to December, this year also hosted outside the School's premises in Piazza Martiri della Libertà, such as the Museum of Palazzo Reale, the Domus Mazziniana, the "Stefano Strata" Music Academy, the Churches of San Sisto, Santa Maria del Carmine, S. Michele degli Scalzi

After the summer break, the programme will resume on 25 September, at 5 p.m. at the Church of San Sisto, Piazza Buonamici 1, with the multi-instrumental ensemble Terra Mater with "Il mare che canta" (The Singing Sea), a tale, woven by the expert lips of music, on the charm and fascination of the musical traditions of the Mediterranean region.

On 9 October, in the Aula Magna of the Scuola Sant'Anna, at 5 p.m., the conference "Sound Suggestions of the Sea World. Sea Soundscapes of Sicily" in the presence of Salvatore Spataro, last Rais of the Bonagia tuna fishery (Trapani)

On 23 October, Aula Magna Scuola Sant'Anna, 5.00 p.m. presentation of the book "La regina della notte" (The Queen of the Night) by the Pisan conductor Francesco Pasqualetti.

Sunday 6 November, 5.00 p.m. at the Church of San Michele degli Scalzi (via San Michele degli Scalzi 167) "Musica e inclusività" featuring the ORIT- ORCHESTRA REGIONALE INCLUSIVA DELLA TOSCANA, formed according to the principles of the Abreu method with the participation of young people with disabilities.

20 November, 5.00 p.m. Aula Magna of Sant'Anna - concert by the great accordionist Ivano Battiston with soprano Liana Maeran

4 December, 6.30 p.m., Church of Santa Maria del Carmine (Corso Italia 85), the Pisan organist Daniele Boccaccio celebrates the reopening of the church after restoration with a Bach repertoire

The festival ends on 11 December at 5 p.m. at the church of San Michele degli Scalzi with Christmas children's choir by the Coro di Voci Bianche di Santa Caterina