Venues

Sala Filarmonica

Fondata nel 1795 la Società Filarmonica di Trento fino al 1905 svolse la propria attività in vari palazzi della città. L'edificio dove si trova attualmente fu portato a termine in un anno, e inaugurato con un concerto diretto dal M.o Vincenzo Gianferrari il 30 maggio 1905. La struttura del palazzo comprende un sotterraneo, un piano rialzato con otto stanze e un appartamentino per il portiere, la Sala da concerti con due salette di servizio al primo piano, tre stanze con cinque loggette verso la parte alta della Sala al terzo piano. Salvo pochissime modifiche la palazzina si presenta tuttora come venne costruita nel 1905. Pregevole il portone d'entrata in rovere massiccio che emerge in mezzo ad una facciata bugnata, realizzata con un modernissimo conglomerato cementizio; elegante lo scalone d'accesso alla Sala dei concerti, illuminata da sette ampie serliane, dove sopra il palcoscenico posto sulla parete ad est fa bella figura l'organo costruito dalla ditta Vegezzi-Bossi nel 1906. All'esterno fa bella figura il finestrone centrale col suo frontone triangolare finemente decorato a bassorilievo con soggetti musicali.

Address

Via Giuseppe Verdi, 30 Trento, TN Italy

46.06676530000001 11.120473700000048

Events

30 18:30

Immigration to Europe and the welfare state: myth and reality

introduced by Paola Pica The recent heavy flow of migrants to Europe has generated a cultural reaction against immigrants and a feeling that they are taking excessive advantage of the welfare state in richer countries. The discussion is frequently...
31 11:00

Terrorist attacks and votes for the populist right-wing

Introduced by Paola Pica We study the recent increase in support for a radical right-wing party in Germany (AfD) relating it to the cultural backlash associated with a number of terrorist attacks, which happened in Europe around the same time,...
31 15:30

(on populism and globalisation) Is another form of globalization possible?

introduced by Carlo Martinelli Globalisation has been perceived by many as responsible for increasing social inequality and political dissatisfaction, which were further accentuated during the Great Recession. However, criticism of globalisation...
31 17:00

How Nations are born (and why nationalism returns)

introduced by Simonetta Fiori From racial continuity to the proximity of land, there is a thread running through all forms of nationalism, past and the present. It begins with the real and symbolic construction of modern nations such as Italy.
01 11:00

Populism and civil society

introduced by Paolo Morando Populists believe that they are the only legitimate representatives of the people. In this vision, what role do fundamental intermediate bodies (including trade unions, associations etc.) play in a liberal democracy?...
01 14:30

Digital populism. Politics in the internet era

coordinated by Jacopo Iacoboni Internet has radically transformed the rules of the political game. The web has generated new parties and movements and social media networks are by now widely identified with public opinion. The building of an...
01 16:30

Discover, explore and analyse. Public finance accessible to all

Presentation of the OpenBDAP portal, organised by the State General Accounting Office introduced and coordinated by Pino Donghi speakers: Carmine Di Nuzzo, Federico Falcitelli, Daniele Franco, Enrico Giovannini The OpenBDAP portal is part of a...
02 12:00

More opportunities than constraints

with Ferruccio De Bortoli, Valentina Romei Europe is in a stalemate: lots of praiseworthy intentions and statements, but few concrete actions. The often narrow-minded defence of national interests, including when managing economic and financial...