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  • The world-renown author Dacia Maraini and her niece, film director Mujah Maraini-Melehi, discuss the importance of remembering the past and prevailing over hatred at the screening of "Haiku on a Plum Tree," a delicate but powerful documentary about the story of the Maraini family’s imprisonment in a Japanese concentration camp during the Second World War, presented at NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò.
  • A selection of timeless works by Neapolitan masters - the rock stars of eighteenth-century Europe. The Neapolitan Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Naples-trained conductor Gioacchino Longobardi, performs masterworrks by Durante, Leo, Scarlattti, Fiorenza and Hasse. Matilda Cuomo is an enthusiastic supporter of NMS' work and has said of the upcoming performances:“The contribution our Italian ancestors made to the arts weaves a rich and colorful story. [...] I’m delighted to join you in supporting this historically significant event thanks to Maestro Gioacchino Longobardi.”