Paolo Rumiz talks about his book of the same name
Gregorian chants sung by the Bodeča Neža women’s vocal group
director: Mateja Jarc
choristers: Aleksija Antonič, Ema Terpin, Erika Kosič, Giulia Černic,
Jana Lavrenčič, Janina Marušič, Karen Ulian, Mojca Marušič,
Nikol Zotti, Stefania Beretta, Teresa Vinzi.


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A journey into Benedictine monasteries, there where the foundations of Europe were built with the sole force of faith and an unwavering belief in ora et labora.

Paolo Rumiz has searched out the disciples of Saint Benedict of Nursia, the patron saint of our continent, in abbeys ranging from the Atlantic to the banks of the Danube, in a journey suspended between an historic account of secular traditions and current affairs. His travels have brought us the stories of those cassocks, which tell us first and foremost that Europe for thousands of years has been an area of migration, encounters and dialogue.


Bodeča Neža

This female vocal group from Gorizia began in 2004 and has always focused on taking part in numerous national and international competitions, thus becoming one of the best-known choirs in Friuli Venezia Giulia. The choristers, who belong to the Slovenian minority and come from the provinces of Gorizia and Trieste, draw on a varied repertoire, ranging from Renaissance to contemporary music, with a particular focus on Slovenian and Italian composers, hence valuing the multiculturalism that characterises Friuli. In 2018, with the collaboration of Susi Ferfoglia, lecturer at the University of Krakow, the group extended the scope of its studies to Gregorian chants, producing the series of meditative concerts Mysteria vitae Christi for choirs and organ improvisations.

Sunday 17 October, 17:30

Auditorium Burovich

Sesto al Reghena - via Roma, 1

Free entry, upon collection of the ticket with choice of numbered seat, available from 8 October at the Teatro Verdi di Pordenone and on-line at


>>> UPDATING 13.10.2021:

The seats at the Burovich Auditorium for IL FILO INFINITO event (Sesto al Reghena, 5.30 pm) are sold out. You can ask to be placed on the waiting list by sending an email to: (any canceled places will be relocated by Sunday morning).

Before the event, there will be a free guided tour of the Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria in Sylvis, in Sesto al Reghena.
Booking essential (choice of two tours, at 4.00 pm and 4.30 pm) via e-mail to starting from 8 October.


>>> UPDATING 13.10.2021:

The places for the two guided tours of the Abbey of Sesto al Reghena on Sunday 17 October are sold out.

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