Wednesday 20, 19.30 – 22.00
Palazzo Re Enzo is a famous palace right in the historical centre of Bologna, facing Piazza Nettuno. It was built in 1245 as an extension of the nearby Palazzo del Podestà, which had proven insufficient for the exigencies of the Commune of Bologna
Participants of the 3rd NGVA Europe Internacional Show&Workshops will be received here with a welcome cocktail that will then be followed by a tour of this unique site and a memorable dinner.
If you have registered yourself as workshop participant, among your benefits you have free access to the Mediaeval Night. If you are an exhibitor or visitor and would like to attend the Dinner, please register below.
Networking, culture, entertainment, culinary enjoyment; all of these will converge on this unique occasion.
More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palazzo_Re_Enzo
Guest welcoming - Welcome drink with:
Sparkling white wine
Fruit non-alcoholic drinks
Fruit juices: orange, grapefruit, pineapple
Parmesan cheese bites with blackberry jam
Puff-pastry nests stuffed with vegetables and creamy cheese
Mini strudels stuffed with light cheese, smoked ham and spinach
Assorted salty crunchy pastries: tomato and anchovy bread tongues, sesame wheels, olive salted biscuits, stuffed rolls
Traditional small round flat with typical local stuffing
Table service -Starter
Ricotta ravioli with asparagus and whipped cream cloud with saffron
Loin of veal with mushrooms and crispy parmesan cheese on eggplant flan sweet and sour
Alternative for vegetarians: Warm pie with asparagus and taleggio cheese
Peach amaretto mousse
From the cellar
High quality white and red wines
Celestial turns and musicali accents – music and dance between lower Middle Age and late
Renaissance. It’s a programme of singing and dances taken from some important
manuscripts and printing of the period which goes from lower Middle Age to the late
“Gagliarde”, “saltarelli”, villancicos, “passacaglie”, and, surely, courtly love and popular
songs will be in the middle of a programme where intense melodies alternate with lively
dances, taken from the most important Medieval music collections: the Cantigas de Santa
Maria; the Carmina Burana, the Cancionero musical de Palacio of the Spanish court, Il
primo libro de balli (Venezia, 1578), one of the most important Italian sources for the dance
music repertoire, which was made but previously was orally known and handed down.
From 1984 the Charivari Ensemble dedicate to the research and the performance of medieval,
Renaissance and baroque instrumental music. The group, which members are musicians specialized in the ancient repertoire, deal with different nature programs, with formations from trio to chamber orchestra, and collaborates with historical dance groups and players in many occasions.
The Ensemble, award winner in many international contests, did a lot of concerts for organizations and festivals such as Unione Musicale of Torino, Alia Musica of Parma, Echi lontani of Cagliari, Notti Malatestiane of Rimini. They also did many foreign concert tours, performing in Egypt (Il Cairo, Alessandria), Ireland (Dublin, Carlow), and Belgium (Genval- Bruxelles) and recording for the Egyptian radio and for RTE (Ireland Radiotelevision). It taped for Tactus and Harpo.
The group uses original instruments or copies of historical instruments and they perform with period costumes, if required by the program.
Emanuela Di Cretico lip flutes, storta
Daniele Salvatore zitera, flauti, storta, drum, chitarra battente, canto
Dante Bernardi dulciana, piva, bombarda, storta
Elisa Bonazzi mezzo-soprano
Angela Troilo contralto
Online registration has closed.
The registration area of the fair will be available to sign up for the event as from Monday 18.
On-site payment for Workshops/Mediaeval Night may be in cash or credit card.
Registration fees in-situ will be charged 15%.