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  • Playwright Mario Fratti takes on the work of one of Italy's greatest playwright, actor, author and poet... Eduardo De Filippo. Together with young actress Giulia Bisinella, the author of Nine will read, on December 2nd at the Italian Cultural Institute, excerpts from Filumena Marturano both in the comedy's original language and in its English translation.
  • Style
    Mila Tenaglia(October 08, 2014)
    Amedeo Scognamiglio’s captivating and provocative cameos have enchanted women all over the world, many celebrities included. Here is Amedeo’s artistic journey, which all began with an ancient family tradition in Torre del Greco.
  • At the Italian Cultural Institute, pianist and composer Giuseppe Devastato, together with the famous Japanese violinist Sumiko Tajihi, performed his latest work dedicated to the victims of the 2011 Tohoku eartquake. In order to carry out this project and in agreement with Devastato's colleagues Master luthier Muneyuki Nakazawa made a violin with wood grown in the disaster area.
  • The Neapolitan actress, who starred as Trumeau in The Great Beauty, stars as Tony Pagoda, a fictional Neapolitan singer who's the protagonist of Paolo Sorrentino's novel Hanno Tutti Ragione (Everybody's Right). The show is featured in the second edition of the In Scena Italian Theater Festival, (June 9-24)
  • 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
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Rosario Procino*(February 02, 2014)
    There are few basic rules to follow in order to distinguish a Neapolitan pizza. For a true Neapolitan there is no other pizza. There is only one kind of pizza. All around Italy, there are different kinds of pizza styles, but for us Neapolitans you can call them focacce, pizze a taglio, pizze a metro, pizza romana, pizza barese, pizza “whatever.” Bottom line is, any other style needs an adjective to qualify as pizza. Neapolitan pizza is the PIZZA, no adjectives are needed.

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