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Traveling Author: Paolo Giordano Speaks of His “Solitude”


Corrieretandem gets to chat with young author Paolo Giordano, who will be presenting his book "The Solitude of Prime Numbers" at Brookline Booksmith on April 5.

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Painter Nino Scimeca Joins Boston-based Canvas Fine Arts

Sicilian painter Nino Scimeca at work.

Canvas Fine Arts, a Boston-based artist representation agency, has added an Italian artist among its roster of artists: Nino Scimeca.

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Alessandro Negrini’s Documentary ‘Paradiso’ at Boston’s Irish Film Festival


This year's Boston Irish Film Festival will have a little Italian twist on March 26, with a screening of Alessandro Negrini's 'Paradiso' at Somerville Theater.

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Walnut Hill Summer Opera Program Takes Students to Italy


Every year the Walnut Hill Summer Opera program takes students ages 13 to 17 to Italy to see and experience the very essence of the Italian opera. Only the best singers make the cut, like Chelsea Woodard.

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Italian Drum Student at Berklee Wins Zildjian Award


Young Italian drumming talent Alessandro Lombardo received the Armand Zildjian Percussion Award this week at Berklee College of Music.

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Writer Dacia Maraini at Dante Alighieri in Cambridge

Dacia Maraini - photo by ©Valentina Oppezzo

Dacia Maraini, one of Italy’s most renowned writers, presented the theatrical version of her work “Lettere d’amore” at the Dante Alighieri Society in Cambridge on March 4, 2011.

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A Young Sicilian’s Start in Filmmaking at Boston University

Nigro Famulari (right) with fellow BU students walking in Siracusa.

Corrieretandem.info interview with Pietro Nigro Famulari, who earned an MFA at Boston University and was awarded second place at the latest Redstone Film Festival for his short film "Your way home".

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Italy’s Finest Glass Protecting the New MFA


Most of the art inside Boston's Museum of Fine Arts' newest wing, which opened in late 2010, are sealed and protected by glass casings made by an Italian company just outside of Milan.

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Young Sicilian Filmmaker Wins Second Prize at BU Festival


Young Sicilian filmmaker Pietro Nigro Famulari won second prize at the 2011 Redstone Film Festival at Boston University, which he recently graduated from. He presented "Find Your Way," filmed in his hometown Siracusa, Sicily.

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