Jun 5 – 10, 2016
Padova, Italy
Europe/Rome timezone

Social Program

Social Program

Welcome Reception

A Welcome Reception will be held at Caffé Pedrocchi on Monday 6 June at 7:30 pm in the "Piazzetta"

http://www.caffepedrocchi.it/     Caffè Pedrocchi

The Pedrocchi Café is one of the smartest cafés in the world, included in a 19th century building in the centre of Padua, northern Italy. Its rooms are decorated in various styles and show the great eclecticism of Giuseppe Jappelli, the architect who designed the building.

The café is historically known for having been the centre of the 1848 riots in Padua as well as for having been and for being still nowadays the meeting point of great artists such as the French novelist Stendhal, the English poet Lord Byron, the Italian Nobel prize winner Dario Fo. Since its foundation, students were able to meet in the Sala Verde (Green Room) without having to buy drinks. One wall of the adjacent Sala Bianca (White Room) has a bullet hole left by an Austrian rifle during the student riots of 1848, recalling the originally highly animated atmosphere of this coffee-house, a meeting point for students and professors.

RT2016 Welcome Reception map

Conference Dinner

The Conference Dinner will be held in the Agorà of Centro Culturale Altinate / San Gaetano on Thursday June, 9 at 20:15.

An opportunity for afterwork chatting while enjoying an evening of fine Italian food and wine.

Conference Dinner location


A concert will be offered on Thursday June, 9 at 19:30 in San Gaetano church, next door of Conference dinner venue.

San Gaetano Church

San Gaetano church can host about 150 seated people and more than 50 people standing.

The policy for the seat distribution will be "First-in-First-Seated". People are kindly asked to wait outside the church in line.

The music Ensemble will include a choir with 16 voices, organ and harpsichord.

Italian sacred music of the 16th and 17th century will be performed with the following program:

Program of the Concert

(XVI century)

Ave Maria  
Bernardo Pasquini
(1637 - 1710 AD)
Toccata per organo  
Tomas Luis da Victoria
(1548-1611 AD)

Ave Maria a 4 voci (attributed)

Ave Maria a 8 voci

Bernardo Pasquini

Sonata I a due bassi per organo

Carlo Gesualdo
(1566-1613 AD)
Ave dulcissima Maria
mottetto a 5 voci
Andrea Gabrieli
(1533 - 1585 AD)
Intonazione per organo
Claudio Monteverdi
(1567-1643 AD)
Domine, ne in furore tuo
mottetto a 6 voci
Antonio Vivaldi
(1678-1741 AD)
Magnificat RV 610
per soli, coro ed organo
Magnificat (Coro)
Et exultavit (Soli)
Et misericordia (Coro)
Fecit potentiam (Coro)
Deposuit potentes (Coro)
Esurientes (Soli)
Suscepit Israel (Coro)
Sicut locutus est (Soli)
Gloria - Amen (Coro)


The excursion will take participants through the Venice lagoon to the Venice Islands on Wednesday June, 8 from 13:30 to 21:00.

RT2016 Excursion map

Social events are already included in the conference fee for participants. If you need ADDITIONAL tickets for companions, please reserve the event tickets through the Registration Form. The additional event tickets will be delivered and paid at the Conference registration desk on June 6, 2016 by 12:00 a.m. Please be aware that only CASH will be accepted.