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  • Art & Culture
    Tiziana Rinaldi Castro(February 17, 2014)
    Once again on music, politics, culture, and life in New York. But also on the Sanremo Festival—for decades the platform for main- stream music in Italy. Pagani is directing it for the second year in a row, and we want to know why. "As we used to say, the quality of everything one does is political, so music is always political in that it has a political effect. An ugly song is a 'carrier' of subculture whereas a good song is the opposite, so the only way to be positive in music is to produce beautiful songs."
  • The Italian singer Gigi D'Alessio has released his 18th studio set Ora via Sony Music, and is continuing his world tour with a seven city concert run of the North American continent on February 7th. New York's Italian, Italian-American and Italophile communities will be offered a special Valentine's Day concert event at Queens College's Golden Auditorium on February 14th
  • Teatro delle Albe. A Presentation/Workshop on Sicilian Music Tradition Revisited led by Enzo and Lorenzo Mancuso. In collaboration with the John J. Cali School of Music and the Global Education Center at Montclair State University
  • Art & Culture
    TIziana Rinaldi Castro(November 21, 2013)
    IN CONVERSATION WITH MAESTRO MAURO PAGANI. It is one of the great cultural riches of our country; our culture’s capacity to touch and be touched has been expressed by music in a sublime manner
  • Images regarding arts, science, architecture, and other Italian excellencies were presented at the Calandra Institute to celebrate the Italian Heritage. Joseph Sciame opened the event introducing John De Santis, who created them, and Consul General Natalia Quintavalle.
  • He somehow represented what I came to look for in NYC: a bridge between classical music tradition and improvisation, a logical connection between knowledge and soul, a natural transition from a deep intellectual approach to music and spontaneous creativity.

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