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Teatro di Roma-Cantiere dell'Immaginazione Stagione 2020

The new Season of the Teatro di Roma presents a rich schedule of shows and performances, accompanied by numerous cultural activities: meetings, workshops, exhibitions and debates,

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Via Lazzaro Spallanzani, 1/a

Inside Villa Torlonia is Technotown, a space dedicated to new technology and designed for the entire family with children and teenagers (from 4 years and older) that is the right combination of nat

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Accademia di Francia - Villa Medici
Viale della Trinità dei Monti, 1

Located on the panoramic Pincio hill, the current building dates back to the mid-16th

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Via della Balduina, 75

Founded in 1949, the institution has cultural, artistic and scientific character, opened to all the fields of the search.

Via Omero, 8

Non-profit association subsidized by the Flemish Ministry of Public Education. It houses grant holders who specialise in art history, history, archaeology and literature.

Via Antonio Gramsci, 61

Founded in 1901, the British School at Rome is housed in the classical building that accommodated the British pavilion to the Exhibition of 1911 in Valle Giulia.

Lungotevere dei Tebaldi, 12

L'Accademia Culturale Europea è un'associazione no-profit in cui sono confluiti esponenti di numerose e varie realtà associative e organizzative provenienti dal territorio non solo romano.

Via del Babuino, 153

Presidente Luigi Mammozzetti
Direzione musicale e artistica Giorgio Tentoni
Direttore d'Orchestra M° Mauro Roveri (direttore musicale dell'Accademia d'Opera Italiana)

Via Giulia, 1

Managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, it is housed in the Falconieri palace, partly built by Borromini.

Via Ferruccio, 28 b

L’Accademia Italiana del Flauto è una realtà culturale fondata a Roma nel 1988 per la promozione e la diffusione dell’arte, del teatro, produzione di spettacolo dal vivo, fotografia, didattica, mus

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Largo Dino Frisullo

Courses: Commercial art; Furnishing and industrial design; Set designing; Design; Painting.

Via Omero, 18

The aim of the foundation, founded in 1956 and managed by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs of Denmark, is to conserve and to promote the development of the cultural ties between Italy and Denmark.

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Passeggiata del Gianicolo, 10

The aim of the Institute is to bring closer Finnish cultural life to classic culture through searching and teaching Roman antiquities.

Piazza Josè De San Martin, 1

Founded in 1922 it is managed by the Ministry of the Foreign countries of Rumania. Its aim is to promote Rumanian culture. It hosts scholarship holders and fosters exhibitions and conferences

Lungotevere In Sassia, 3

Founded in 1920 it has its seat in the Hospital of the Holy Spirit. It studies the Medical Art and carries out scientific search.

Borgo Santo Spirito, 3

Founded in 1715 by Giovanni Maria Lancisi, it has assumed the current denomination in 1935.

Via Nicola Stame, 121

Il maestro Carlo Stoppoloni è il Direttore Musicale dell'Accademia Musicale di Roma Capitale

Via Crescenzio, 103

L'ideatrice e direttore artistico del concorso  Prof . Daniela de Marco

Via Vincenzo Bellini, 16

Founded in 1936 by Italian writer Silvio D'Amico, drama critic and theorist, the aim of the Academy is the education of drama actors and directors.

Via Lazzaro Spallanzani, 5a / 7

L’Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze detta dei XL è ente morale di alta cultura e gode dell’Alto Patronato del Presidente della Repubblica.

Largo Arrigo Vii, 5

Founded in 1940 by Jia Ruskaja (1904-1970), dancer and choreographer, its aim is to train, through a 8-year course, dancers and choreographers by studing both dance and classical studies.

Largo Arrigo Vii, 5

Nata nel 1940 come Regia Scuola di Danza, nel 1948 acquisisce autonomia didattica e amministrativa insieme all’attuale denominazione.

Via Vittoria, 10

The oldest musical institution in the world, dates back to 1585 and was founded by Pierluigi da Palestrina. The current name dates back to 1839. Its aim is to promote art and music.

Vicolo Doria, 2

It promotes the collaboration between Polish and Italian students, mainly through conferences on scientific and art studies.

Largo di Villa Massimo, 1/2

Managed by the attaché of the German Federal Government. It houses various scholarship holders: writers, composers, painters, scupltors, video-artists, photographers, architects.

Notes: Founded in 1813 its aim is to promote arts and sciences concerning Roman culture. It organizes conferences and lectures on the history of the City.

Via Giulia, 251

Cultural association managed by the Cultural office of the Embassy of France.