Archive for April, 2016


Those who have had the opportunity to go on holiday to Ibiza, surely not hesitate to repeat the experience. Ibiza is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea, which is part of what is known as the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands, in Spain lasIslas. It is nothing less than one of the most heavenly spots that you can find on this side of the world, possessed of great natural attractions that make it a highly popular site at tourist level. Due to this popularity is that Ibiza has been transformed into an extremely cosmopolitan and tourist island recognized from all parts of the world for its festive atmosphere and the constant proposal of fun, a great percentage of the visitors are young people looking to have fun at parties on the beach, or in the heated nights. Ibizase became popular thanks to the Hippie movement in the sixties, and even today there are some hippie colonies that inhabit the island and live under their terms relaxed and Liberal, another attraction which adds time to think where the upcoming holiday. Vale noted that although the Island is extremely beautiful natural level, and has numerous centres of architectural interest, has invested a lot to leisure and night recreation, with only 575 Km2. Ibizapromete night party and fun with more than forty clubs. Clear that for those who want to enjoy the island to the maximum, can be a guided tour of all their strengths as the Portal de Ses Taules, the Almudaina Castle or the Cathedral of the Virgin of the snows, among many other monuments and landmarks, heritage of culture and history of Ibiza.

Italian Cinema And Television Film

The development has allowed some cultures social fields as well known as the film had excellent progress with the passage of time and even more when we speak of a culturally rich country like Italy, which is the cornerstone of a great icon film industry such as the Italian cinema. Italian cinema began in the late nineteenth century, where the need and tell stories through these images, began to be used in Italy, the pillar of Italian cinema is brewing with the appearance of short films based primarily on the life and history of religious institutions of Italy. For the year 1896 the concept of papal record the activities changed dramatically since the creation of a short film called "Humberto and Margaret of Samboy a walk in the park" allowed the reality of the stories began to be viewed from another point of view not only documentary but also fictional. One factor to be highlighted throughout the evolution of Italian cinema is the literature, because it was used largely for inspiration of the directors, especially when they began to re-up stories, it is worth mentioning that for Italian cinema characterization of human feelings like love, fear and joy were the foundations of creation. For half of the twentieth century the emergence of a movement called neorealism allowed the Italian cinema would your next step, because this figure was based on real situations that developed in the less advantaged social groups in Italy and in turn convert these quarry sites of action, since many films were short films and starring people from these suburbs. Some directors like Roberto Rossellini, Luchino Visconti and Vittorio de Sica, neorealism and made the Italian cinema in particular an icon to be followed by other countries of the European continent in this century for the emergence of new European film agencies were focused on the principle Italian film. It is worth mentioning that since the middle of the twentieth century, Italian cinema is considered the pillar of the establishment of some areas of the film as: Cine police.

Film dramatic. Cinema cultural, social and political. Cinema of suspense and terror. Film poetic. Comedy erotic.

Italian Comedy. At present the Italian film icon is considered a great exponent of realistic cinema, as the main bases of this type of film are obtained from neorealism, an excellent example of this are films like: Paisa. The clean boots. The earth trembles. Beautiful. La strada. La dolce vita. The night. Other equally impressive. Given this demonstrated that the importance of Italian cinema has been such that during the course of film history this has been an important genre to watch, because this has great virtues to teach. So there is no excuse to miss a good Italian cinema every opportunity available either in our homes or theaters.

Dancing Workshop

Pizzica and tarantella, Tammuriata – dances from southern Italy in a course on BURG FuRSTENECK a dance workshop with dances from the South of Italy Margherita D’ Amelio invites the Academy BURG FuRSTENECK in the framework of the “Prince Ecker Akkordeonale” from 2 to 4 December 2011 under direction of the German-speaking Italian. The Academy organizes the Akkordeonale workshops in the middle of Germany in cooperation with Servais Haanen. The traditional dances from southern Italy participating in mood, ambiance and joie de vivre of that culture plunge. The fascination and beauty of these dances is caused by the power of expression and by the coexistence of the dancing. It is the mutual force measurement, eroticism and passion as well as the playful interaction of dancers. Three different dances from southern Italy are taught in this workshop: the Pizzica and tarantella del Gargano in Puglia, as well as the Tammuriata from Campania.

When the Pizzica, a distinction is made between the Pizzica Tarantata and Pizzica de core. The Pizzica Tarantata is a therapeutic dance with mythical roots. According to legend a Tarantula bite one to survive the bite only through the day wild dance of the Tarantata. The Pizzica de core is danced in pairs. This rhythmic dance expresses joy, love and passion. The tarantella del Gargano, named after a peninsula in the North of Apulia, is a couple dance with Italian castanets.

The Tammurriata from the region around Mount Vesuvius is a couple dance with castanets and means “Dance to the drum”. The dancers and dancers are accompanied in Italy mainly traditional song and the Tamburello, an Italian frame drum. Those who wish can learn both singing and drumming in the course. The playing style of the southern Italian (so not the Spanish!) Castanets are taught. Then a real is “ronda”, in which participants themselves live accompaniment, the highlight of the workshop… Also meetings with the parallel Akkordeonist/innen tarantella workshop are planned. Information about the origin and history of the music and Dance tradition and its change under urban conditions supplement the program. Margherita D’ Amelio was born in Apulia, southern Italy home of the “tarantella”, but lived in Germany for years. She is the founder of the dance group “TarantScalza” and lecturer for the professional dance at the Leo Kestenberg music school in Berlin. More information and registration see: company description BURG FuRSTENECK is a place of free and creative education. We would like to invite you to a course in lovingly restored historic buildings. Free from usual commitments focus on educational content and activities: professional music cultural do, family, health, nature.