Carnevale Concert on Tuesday, February 13 at 7:30PM

The St. Stephen's Cultural Center hosts the Annual Carnevale Concert on Tuesday, February 13th at 7:30 pm in the St. Stephen's School Auditorium. 

 

Carnevale benefits the Emily Paige Short Pioneer Fund Scholarships in Geology at Birkbeck University in London. 

 

Performances by:

The Brass Factory

David Short, Conductor

Beethoven, Short, Morricone, Bernstein, Williams, Trythall and more

 

Billi Brass

Massimo Bartoletti, Conductor

George Mélié's 1902 silent movie

Le Voyage Dans la Lune

with the world premiere of David Short's score

 

Great music for the entire family... We look forward to seeing Tuesday!

 

 

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Join Us on Tuesday, February 6th for the Vernissage of "Voyages" by Chiara Pellegrin

ST.STEPHEN'S CULTURAL CENTER

is pleased to invite you to the vernissage of " Voyages" by Chiara Pellegrin,

Tuesday, February 6th, 5-8PM.

 

 

St.Stephen's Cultural Center

Viale Aventino, 17- entrance on Via Aventina

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

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Multi-sensory Poetry Reading with Moira Egan at St. Stephen’s Cultural Center, Tuesday, January 23 at 7pm

Multi-sensory Poetry Reading with Moira Egan

St. Stephen’s Cultural Center

via Aventina 1

7 pm on Tuesday, 23 January, 2018

Join us for an unforgettable evening of poetry, images, and perfumes, as Moira Egan reads from her latest book, Synæsthesium.

Winner of The New Criterion Poetry Prize, Synæsthesium is an unusual exploration of ekphrasis—poetry that takes a real or imagined work of art as its muse.

 

The first half of the book, “Olfactorium,” is inspired by various fragrances and the olfactory flashbacks—real or imagined—induced by them. From everyday Old Spice to exotic Casbah, the poems take the reader on journeys peppered with the luscious language of perfumery. The second part, “Love and Work,” is based on the artwork of Suzanne Valadon, the bold and unconventional model-turned-painter who was one of the great and under-appreciated artists of the Impressionist era.

 

This synæsthetic evening will feature projections of Valadon’s images, as well as samples of the perfumes that inspired the poems.

 

Moira Egan's Synæsthesium, like a unique perfume in a beautiful flask, expertly mingles the base-notes of memory and desire, art and womanhood, in the clear container of form. She writes from deep within the senses, but she spills nothing, with assurance of her craft. When we read these poems, we find that our own senses are renewed.

—Carol Ann Duffy, Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom

 

There is no one writing like Moira Egan. No one. These poems detail irreverent discoveries and always-vivid excursions into unknown worlds… places where, at first, you may think you’ve been but, oh no, you definitely haven’t. You may have seen a river wear the gold of sunset followed by the cloak of night; but, I promise, you’ve never seen it like this. … Egan has given us one hell of a book.

—Erica Dawson, Winner of The Poets’ Prize

 

A NOTE TO THE FRAGRANCE-SENSITIVE: There will be a corner devoted to the olfactory muses. Fragrances will be present at this event.

 

Moira Egan is the Creative Writing Teacher at St. Stephen’s School. She is the author of six previous collections of poetry and, with her husband, Damiano Abeni, has published more than a dozen volumes in translation in Italy. Their translation of Charles Wright’s Italia won the “Premio letterario Benno Geiger per la traduzione poetica.”

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