The house has an unbeatable location. Situated halfway up the hill that gradually becomes mountain, the San Bartolo – the only high stretch of coast on the Adriatic sea along with Trieste and Ancona – it faces a large bay. A lush vegetation surrounds the white building from early spring to late autumn. During summer it provides a shelter from the heat of the blazing sun and also from the curious eyes of the bathers crowding the beach – mainly locals as this is not a trendy beach; it’s simply a nice place -. Vegetation could not, however, shield the sounds. So, in the years gone by, it was quite common for people lying on the beach – including me – to hear the Maestro’s powerful voice singing a piece or some musical charade. It was quite something!
An initiative, unveiled this week by British Health Secretary Matt Hancock, may soon enable the country’s doctors to prescribe therapeutic art- or hobby-based treatments for a wide range of mental health conditions. Therapeutic art- or hobby-based treatments for dementia, psychosis and mental health issues The medical benefits of engaging with the arts are well-recorded. According to the Telegraph “Dementia patients should be prescribed personal playlists to trigger happy memories Read more at: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/british-doctors-may-soon-prescribe-art-music-dance-singing-lessons-180970750
Italian Opera the July monthly program of main events in the most famous Italian theaters and festivals. Don’t waste time and plan your visit to Italy now, a great choice of amazing performances is at hand, wherever you are in these days!