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  • Rumore di acque/1
    Italian theater has a strong tradition of social and political engagement and Martinelli's Teatro delle Albe is at the forefront of it. The writer and director was in New York to present one of his most celebrated pieces, Rumore di acque, a monologue on African immigration to Italy, and his non-school acting method that has captivated kids of all backgrounds.
  • The Horde: Stories, Songs, and Images of Italian Emigration
    @ La Scuola d'Italia Guglielmo Marconi in New York "The Horde: Stories, Songs, and Images of Italian Emigration" directed by Gualtiero Bertelli and performed by La Compagnia delle Acque with the special partecipation of Gian Antonio Stella. Sponsored by the Inserra Chair in Italian and Italian American Studies
  • La Scuola d’Italia Guglielmo Marconi kicks off the new year with unique cultural projects, such as the multi-media presentation of Gian Antonio Stella’s The Horde, an improved set of goals and the announcement of a new faculty member: Italian Gold Medalist Igor Cassina.
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    Life & People
    Antonella Iovino(March 18, 2011)
    The 150th Anniversary of the Unification Celebrated in the Scuola d'Italia Auditorium.
  • Among those attending the symposium organized in honor of Maria Montessori at the Scuola d'Italia Guglielmo Marconi, there was the major of Chiaravalle, her hometown, who introduced the movement “Slow Look”, an organization that encourages people to step back and “gustare lentamente” (slowly taste) the world around them. The event was also attended by the children of the Italian National Olympic Committee, who exemplify today what Dr. Montessori envisioned years ago: that motor activity, and exercise above all, in children can promote well-being and happiness
  • Events: Reports
    Marina Melchionda(April 15, 2010)
    On March 23-25 the Marriott Hotel in Times Square hosted the 57th edition of the North Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Language. We walked around the Italian Boot and met some of the most eminent institutional and social representatives of the Italian community in New York and the US who told us why, in their opinion, an American should learn Italian...
    March 12. This year’s gala for La Scuola d'Italia “Guglielmo Marconi” was once again held at Cipriani 42. It was an important evening dedicated to investing in the future of our culture. Special guest: the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon