Posts Tagged: Gian Luca Lastraioli

“Dolcezza porge e gran diletto” on view in the SACI Gallery through February 7, 2017

DOLCEZZA PORGE E GRAN DILETTO Shapes, Colours, Sounds and Symbols for an Imaginary Stage January 5-February 7, 2017 OPENING: January 19 at 6:00 pm Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini Musical performance by Lucia Sciannimanico, voice Gian Luca Lastraioli, lute Direction and

“Dolcezza porge e gran diletto” on view in the SACI Gallery through February 7, 2017

DOLCEZZA PORGE E GRAN DILETTO Shapes, Colours, Sounds and Symbols for an Imaginary Stage January 5-February 7, 2017 OPENING: January 19 at 6:00 pm Sculptures by Lisa Nocentini Musical performance by Lucia Sciannimanico, voice Gian Luca Lastraioli, lute Direction and

Sound waves

New multidisciplinary course at SACI, SOUND ART, begins Fall 2015

SOUND ART ARTS(SO)400 Credits: 3 Offered: Fall, Spring Prerequisite: None SACI is excited to introduce a new multidisciplinary course, SOUND ART, beginning in the Fall 2015 semester. This studio art class aims at exploring sound as a unique and powerful artistic medium.

Sound waves

New multidisciplinary course at SACI, SOUND ART, begins Fall 2015

SOUND ART ARTS(SO)400 Credits: 3 Offered: Fall, Spring Prerequisite: None SACI is excited to introduce a new multidisciplinary course, SOUND ART, beginning in the Fall 2015 semester. This studio art class aims at exploring sound as a unique and powerful artistic medium.

Cappella di Santa Maria degli Angiolini is an early music ensemble performing on original instruments, based in Florence, Italy.

Early Baroque music concert at the Conservatorio Santa Maria degli Angeli: June 21, 2014 at 9pm

Lo Scrigno Armonico: Seicento Musicale Fiorentino Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angiolini Via della Colonna 34, Florence – ITALY June 21st, Saturday, 9:00 pm Entry by donation to benefit the Conservatorio – €5 recommended Cappella di Santa Maria degli Angiolini Ensemble: Mya Fracassini,

Cappella di Santa Maria degli Angiolini is an early music ensemble performing on original instruments, based in Florence, Italy.

Early Baroque music concert at the Conservatorio Santa Maria degli Angeli: June 21, 2014 at 9pm

Lo Scrigno Armonico: Seicento Musicale Fiorentino Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angiolini Via della Colonna 34, Florence – ITALY June 21st, Saturday, 9:00 pm Entry by donation to benefit the Conservatorio – €5 recommended Cappella di Santa Maria degli Angiolini Ensemble: Mya Fracassini,

Jason Arkles and Luca Rafanelli

3° Festa della Cultura – San Giovanni Battista and SACI Gallery Exhibition “Il Passato è il Presente III: Contemporary Sacred Art”

Il Passato è Presente III  CONTEMPORARY SACRED ART BY ANTONIO CICCONE, ALESSANDRO VANNINI, HELEN BAYLEY, CAROLINE JERVIS, JASON ARKLES, LUCA RAFANELLI, AND OLIVIA SANTIAGO MAY 29-JUNE 26, 2014 OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, MAY 29 AT 6PM Studio Art Centers International JULES MAIDOFF

Jason Arkles and Luca Rafanelli

3° Festa della Cultura – San Giovanni Battista and SACI Gallery Exhibition “Il Passato è il Presente III: Contemporary Sacred Art”

Il Passato è Presente III  CONTEMPORARY SACRED ART BY ANTONIO CICCONE, ALESSANDRO VANNINI, HELEN BAYLEY, CAROLINE JERVIS, JASON ARKLES, LUCA RAFANELLI, AND OLIVIA SANTIAGO MAY 29-JUNE 26, 2014 OPENING RECEPTION: THURSDAY, MAY 29 AT 6PM Studio Art Centers International JULES MAIDOFF

L'Homme arme

L’Homme Armé Concerts at the Cenacolo in Florence, October 18-23, 2013

The name L’Homme Armé derives from a melody that probably dates to the beginning of the 15th century and has rather mysterious origins. This melody was used from the mid 15th century to the beginning of the 17th century as cantus firmus of more than 30

L'Homme arme

L’Homme Armé Concerts at the Cenacolo in Florence, October 18-23, 2013

The name L’Homme Armé derives from a melody that probably dates to the beginning of the 15th century and has rather mysterious origins. This melody was used from the mid 15th century to the beginning of the 17th century as cantus firmus of more than 30