Corrado Levi exhibits his works at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò: twenty-two palettes, incisions on cedar wood, created during a two-year period, performed by young artisans in Marrakesh under the watchful eye of the artist.
Michele Scicolone, gastronomy expert, and Lou di Palo and Louis Coluccio Jr., owners of two important Italian stores in NYC, were guests @ Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò (NYU) as part of the GRI series "Genuinely Italian"
Riccardo Lattanzi, Giorgio Einaudi, Tony Volpe and Federico Casalegno, guests at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò to discuss a few important topics: the Copenhagen conference on climate change, future scenarios and current projects. The four Italian scientists, experts on environment and new technologies, held a seminar in the building's auditorium to speak about environmental sustainability and renewable energy. Many original and interesting ideas resulted.
On March 31, the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo` hosted a performance of "Arlecchino Malato d'Amore", or "Arlecchino Lovesick", performed by the Cortesi family (La Compagnia I Burratini Cortesi) of Bergamo, Italy. This performance was done in a commedia dell'arte style, with characters such as Pantalone, Arlecchino and Gioppino all interacting in one maniacal plot with Venice as the setting
March offered us new and old productions at the Met, the reprise of "Madama Butterfly" at New York City Opera, and two Muti programs with the Philharmonic. April promises lots of gems, with the Met's new "Armida", the farewell to Zeffirelli's "Traviata", and two Pollini recitals at Carnegie Hall.
"The Solitude of Prime Numbers" has sold millions of copies all over the world and now it's available in the US. Paolo Giordano, the writer, came to New York to promote his book and sat down for an interview with us
On March 18 Casa Italiana Zarilli Marimò opened an exhibit of Matteo Montani’s paintings, an innovative Italian painter whose inspired works are finally on view in New York. The majority of his oil paintings incorporate the mixing together of shades of blue, white, black and grey, with a few exceptions, such as the “explosion” of red in the painting titled “Autumn Tale”.
Our second immersion in what's Italian in the New York classical music scene. The Met announces its new season while Muti debuts with Verdi's Attila. The DiCapo Opera Theatre presents a new work, while March promises plenty of Italian repertoire