The month of November is flying by! Here are 5 things to add to your calendar this week:

1. Rome Jazz Festival 

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Rome’s 40th jazz festival continues this week through the 23rd of November.  Performances this week include Fabrizio Consoli, Paola Ronci, Jacky Terrason Trio, and many more.  Head over to the festival’s website for more details.

More information: romajazzfestival.it

2. Life of Wine

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On Sunday November 20th, Rome will be hosting an interesting wine tasting opportunity.  Organized by Florence’s Studio Umami, the event seeks to highlight the relationship between wine and time by featuring vintage selections.  The event includes over 60 wineries, guided tastings and panel discussions.

When: November 20th, 11:30-19:30

Where: Hotel Radisson Blu Roma, Via Filippo Turati 171

Entrance: 20€

3. Monti Unplugged: Emily Jane White 

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On November 21st, Emily Jane White will be performing as part of the Monti Unplugged acoustic concert series! The California native will be playing at Blackmarket in one of Rome’s coolest neighbourhoods.

When: November 21st, 21:00

Where: Blackmarket, Via Panisperna 101

Entrance: Free

4. Arnoldo Foa Exhibit

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Rome’s Teatro di Villa Torlonia is holding an interesting event dedicated to an Italian film icon.  Until December 30th, visitors have the chance to see a variety of photographs, film clips and personal items that showcase the life and career of Arnoldo Foa.  Foa is considered to be a staple in Italian film as he appeared in over 130 movies between 1938 and 2014.

When: Until December 30th

Where: Teatro di Villa Torlonia, Via Lazzaro Spallanzani 1A

Entrance: Free

5. International Festival of Sacred Music and Art 

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The International Festical of Sacred Music and Art will be in Rome until November 21st.  The festival features a variety of events that you don’t want to miss including performances by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.

When: Until November 21st

More information: http://www.festivalmusicaeartesacra.net/en/programm.php


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