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Articles by: Julian Sachs

  • Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò in New York celebrates this anniversary with an exhibition of beautiful and unseen photographs from the set of the film shot by Ralph Toporoff. On view June 2 - June 19, 2013. Mon-Fri 10-5 An interview with Ralph Toporoff, on the occasion of the exhibition.
  • For the third consecutive year, i-Italy is taking a look at things Italian at the Met and beyond in New York. This month we have new productions of "Anna Bolena" and "Don Giovanni", the reprise of "Il barbiere di Siviglia", a conversation with bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni at NYU, and the Met's HD program in Italy
  • Art & Culture
    Julian Sachs(June 20, 2011)
    Milena Agus' novel "Mal di pietre", winner of the 2008 Zerilli-Marimò/City of Rome Prize for Literature has been published in the United States by Europa editions as "From the Land of the Moon"
  • Art & Culture
    Julian Sachs(April 27, 2011)
    With the spring season heading to its conclusion, two of the greatest conductors alive, James Levine and Riccardo Muti, led their orchestras to success during an intense week of musical events at Carnegie Hall
  • Art & Culture
    Julian Sachs(March 21, 2011)
    While protests rise in Italy against the huge government cuts to the Fondo Unico per lo Spettacolo, numbers are out to shed some light on Italy's role in today's world of opera
  • Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (NYU) began its celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the Italian Unification with a lecture on the art of singing the works of Giuseppe Verdi, the most representative composer of the Italian Risorgimento
  • Art & Culture
    Julian Sachs(December 09, 2010)
    2010 marks the centennial of Puccini’s La Fanciulla del West, premiered in New York. The Italian Cultural Institute celebrated by hosting a panel of experts and announcing the launch of a special website for this occasion.