L’ISTITUTO DI CULTURA E ITALIAN BOOKSHOP

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 Oltre ai prodotti e ai profumi dell’Italia non poteva mancare la cultura italiana, ed era presente con l’Istituto Italiano di Cultura a Londra e con l’ Italian Bookshop, l’unica libreria italiana in tutta Londra e in tutta la Gran Bretagna.

L’Istituto di Cultura presentava il turismo ed i loro importanti eventi culturali, tutti tenuti nella sede storica al numero 39 di Belgrave Square. La sede fu concessa dal duca di Westminster nel 1949 al Duca Gallarati Scotti, Ambasciatore italiano.

 

 

 

 

 

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L’Italian Bookshop invece ha esposto una parte dei suoi moltissimi libri italiani, vecchie e nuove edizioni. La sede della libreria e’ al numero 7 di Cecil Court, un vicolo londinese noto per essere un concentrato di librerie indipendenti e piccoli negozi unici nel loro genere. La professionalita’ e la simpatia del gruppo di Italian Bookshop faceva da cornice alla fiumara di visitatori italiani ed inglesi tutti pronti ad assaggiare i prodotti o a sfoggiare un buon libro. Sia L’Istituto di Cultura che Italian Bookshops ospitano frequentemente personalita’ di grande rilievo del mondo culturale italiano. Ecco di seguito alcuni appuntamenti:

 

programma istituto di cultura :

Music

-RODOLFO MATULICH London Piano Concert

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

RODOLFO MATULICH London Piano Concert

Rodolfo Matulich is a pianist, composer and Orchestra conductor. He graduated in Composition at the Regis University at the Boston Barklee College of Music. He studied with Maestro Ennio Morricone at the Chigiana Academy of Siena and as well as Orchestra>>>

Cinema

-The Second Wedding Night - By Pupi Avati

Monday, March 22, 2010

The Second Wedding Night – By Pupi Avati

The Second Wedding Night is a gentle, comedic melodrama set in post-war Italy. The story focuses on Giordano (Antonio Albanese), described by producer Antonio Avati as “an Apulian Forrest Gump”, who gets a chance to relive his adolescent infatuation with >>>

Gastronomy

-Italian Cookery School

Monday, March 22, 2010 – Monday, April 19, 2010

Italian Cookery School

An informal way of learning delicious traditional Italian dishes with a Chef of over 30 years experience.You will learn how to cook a new starter, a main course and a dessert in each lessonYou will eat at least 3 dishes with fine wines presented by sommelier >>>

Archaeology

-AUGUSTEA CAPITA

Friday, March 26, 2010 – Sunday, April 18, 2010

AUGUSTEA CAPITA

The three marble heads on display at the Italian Cultural Institute were found during excavations on the island of Pantelleria in Sicily. The Italian Cultural Institute is delighted to have the opportunity given by the Sicilian Region to show these remarkable >>>

  

Friday, March 19, 2010

Giovanni AlleviA great return in London after one year. Giovanni Allevi is one of the major uncontaminated composers and pianists of the present-day international scene. His compositions outline the precepts of a new Contemporary Classical Music through an educated and emotional language that distances itself from the dodecaphonic and minimalist experience to reaffirm a new rhythmic and melodic European intensity. For his intellectual engagement in redefining the boundaries of a new Italian-origin European Contemporary Classical Music, Giovanni is praised by the President of the Republic of Italy Giorgio Napolitano, the Pope Benedict XVI and many cultural and artistic celebrities. Please visit www.southbankcentre.co.uk to book tickets: STALLS: £26 REAR STALLS:£22 Booking Fee: £1.45 www.tijevents.com

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Information

Date: Friday, March 19, 2010

Opening times: 7.30pm

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall Southbank Centre

Organised by: TIJ events

Information: Bizart Srl

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