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Cari Amici dell'Italia,
siamo ormai giunti alla fine di questo 2011, un anno dedicato all'Italia e ai festeggiamenti dei 150 anni e che ha visto un ricco calendario di eventi ed un'ampia partecipazione di pubblico.Per chiudere l'anno e avvicinarci con gioia alle feste natalizie - per cui vi formulo i miei migliori auguri - questo mese di dicembre sara' all'insegna di eventi sociali e culturali: siete tutti invitati a prendere parte al "Balletto Veneziano" organizzato al Taj Hotel sabato 3 dicembre, agli appuntamenti con la cuoche-scrittrici di successo Lidia Matticchio Bastianich (5 dicembre) e Silvia Maccari (7 dicembre), ed alla presentazione del libro del Prof. Mormando su Bernini - (10 dicembre)Non mancate poi assolutamente un momento di riflessione e dibattito sulla situazione economica europea e italiana che - su organizzazione dei Professionisti Italiani a Boston - si svolgera' il 15 dicembre - presso l'Exchange Place, 53 State Street Boston - da parte del brillante Prof. Dante Roscini della Harvard Business School. A chi ancora non vi fosse stato, consiglio infine di visitare le interessanti mostre "Un giorno a Pompei", presso il Museo della Scienza di Boston e "Afrodite e gli Dei dell'Amore" al Museo delle Belle Arti , entrambe in programmazione fino a meta' Febbraio.Per ulteriori informazioni sull'Italia ed il New England vi rimando alla nostra rubrica quotidiana Italy-New England al sito web www.consboston.esteri.it.
Chiudo con un'anticipazione per il 2012. Segnatevi sul calendario queste due date: 22 gennaio, Falstaff ad opera della Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra; 29 gennaio, celebrazione della Giornata della Memoria.Buone feste a tutti!
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Dear Friends of Italy,
We are coming to the end of 2011 a year dedicated to Italy and the celebration of its 150 years through a rich series of events.
To approach the end of the year and the holidays with a joyful spirit the month of December will be characterized by social and cultural events: you are all invited to participate to the "Venetian Ball" organized at the Taj Hotel Saturday December 3 and to meet chefs and writers Lidia Matticchio Bastianich on December 5, and Silvia Maccari on December 7, as well as the presentation of Prof. Mormando who will present his last book on Bernini (December 10).
Do not miss the lecture and debate on the current European and Italian economic situation - organized by the Italian Professionals in Boston - which will take place on December 15 at the Boston Exchange Place, 53 State Street - by the brilliant Professor Dante Roscini of Harvard Business School.
Both exhibitions "A day in Pompeii" at the Museum of Science of Boston as well as the "Aphrodite and the Gods of Love" at the Museum of Fine Arts are open until the middle of February. Therefore I suggest you visit them if you have not done so.
To obtain more and new info about Italy and New England you can read our daily press review Italy-New England on our website www.consboston.esteri.it
I conclude with a preview for 2012. Save these dates on your calendar: January 22, Falstaff by the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra and January 29, the celebration of Remembrance Day.
Happy Holidays to all!
Saturday, December 3, 8pm
Travel thousands of miles away and hundreds of years in the past without ever leaving Boston. Step into the beauty that is Venice for an elegant evening of magic, where everything isn't always, as it seems.
This year you are invited to our Annual Venetian Ball, a classic celebration of carnival.
Be a part of the magic, get creative and wear your Venetian mask, costume or elegant evening attire.
What to expect?
- Ariel masked artists,
- Celebrity dance performance;
- Classic Opera Aria;
- Venetian Minuet Dance Lessons;
- Best Venetian costume price: female & male;
- Exquisite Italian delicacies;
- Espresso, Italian desserts and of course, dancing.
Be prepared to expect the unexpected... and enjoy the night of mystery..
Please get your tickets on line now for $35 until November 21, $45 from November 22 to December 2, and $50 cash at the door.
Please take advantage of the discounted tickets now, as we were sold out at our previous events.
For the details -
contact Natasha Kapij at email@example.com or 781.929.8077
Monday December 05, 2011 12:00 PM at Barnes&Noble (Prudential Center)
Lidia Matticchio Bastianich: Lidia's Italy in America
Lidia Bastianich is one of the most-loved chefs on television, a best-selling cookbook author, and restaurateur. She has held true to her Italian roots and culture, which she proudly and warmly invites her fans to experience.
Click here for more information
|Wednesday, December 7 at 10am - registration opens at 9.45am and at 1.30am - registration opens at 1:15 pm at the Road Scholar's Participant Services Center
650 Suffolk Street, Suite 300
Silvia Maccari cooking
One of Road Scholar's most popular instructors in Italy is in the United States to give two complimentary lectures to
Road Scholar participants in the Boston area. Renowned chef and cookbook author Silvia Maccari will discuss 600 years of Italian culinary tradition. Learn how geography, climate, peasant culture and fascinating history combine to create some of the greatest cuisine in the world.
Limited space is available for this complimentary event, so reserve your spot today.
Coordinated by Road Scholar.
|Wednesday, December 7 at 8pm at the YMCA Theatre in Cambridge
Newpoli live - Musica di Natale
Join Newpoli, Boston's own Italian Folk Music ensemble, for their Christmas concert MUSICA DI NATALE at theYMCA Theatre. NEWPOLI will perform at the YMCA Theatre in Cambridge (MA) on Wednesday, December 7, 2011at 8:00pm. Tickets: $16. All ages. Advance tickets can be purchased on www.newpolimusic.com.
Carmen Marsico, lead voice; Angela Rossi, lead voice; Björn Wennås, classical guitar; Fabio Pirozzolo, vocals/percussion/Italian tambourine; Roberto Cassan, accordion; Dan Meyers, flutes/ciaramella/percussion; Megumi Sasaki, violin; Sean Farias, bass.
Newpoli is a group of exceptionally talented musicians, all alumni from Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory, who specialize in Southern Italian Folk Music, mainly from the regions of Campania and Puglia. Newpoli integrates a wide variety of styles such as Tarantella-Pizzica, Tammuriata, Villanella and the Neapolitan Canzone, encompassing music from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.
Following last year's successful show, Newpoli is back performing Christmas carols from the folk tradition of various Italian regions such as Campania, Puglia, Calabria, Basilicata and Sicilia. The repertoire will include traditional folk prayers, simple but spirited in their melodies, and captivating tarantellas that will make you dance.
All ages. Tickets $16.
Saturday, DECEMBER 10, 5 pm - Dante Alighieri Society
41 Hampshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
Bernini: His life and his Rome
THE DANTE ALIGHIERI SOCIETY is pleased to invite you to a lecture by FRANCO MORMANDO (Boston College)
presenting his newly published book BERNINI: HIS LIFE AND HIS ROME (University of Chicago Press, 2011),
the first English-language biography of the Roman Baroque artist, Gian Lorenzo Bernini
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Reception to follow
For further information: 617-876-5160
December 15, 2011, 6:30pm Goodwin Procter LLP
Exchange Place, 53 State Street Boston, MA 02109
Dante Roscini: Europe, the banks, and Italy: make it or break it?
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Speaker's bio: Dante Roscini is the L.E. Simmons Faculty Fellow at the Harvard Business School. He was Head of European Capital Markets for Goldman Sachs (1988-1998), Head of Global Equity Capital Markets and Head of the European Capital Markets and Financing Group for Merrill Lynch (1999 - 2004). Finally, he was Country Head of Italy and Chairman of European Capital Markets for Morgan Stanley.
|October 26 until February 20 at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Torft Gallery 184|
Aphrodite and the Gods of Love - MFA
Known today as the goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, or Venus as she was known to the Romans, was one of the most powerful ancient Greek divinities and a favorite subject in ancient art. This is the first exhibition about the powerful goddess that both ancient writers and artists described as complex and even dangerous. Through the presentation of 150 Greek and Roman works of art, "Aphrodite and the Gods of Love," which includes spectacular loans from Rome and Naples, reveals the most popular ancient goddess in her roles as adulterous seductress, instigator of sexual desire, mother to mischievous Eros and sexual outliers Hermaphrodite and Priapos, patroness of brides, and much more.
Click here for more information about the exposition.
Sunday October 2, until February 12, 2012 at the Museum of Science in Boston
A Day in Pompeii
On August 24, AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted, burying the ancient Roman city of Pompeii under volcanic ash for over 1,700 years. On Sunday, October 2, 2011, visitors to the Museum of Science, Boston will explore the life and death of this thriving city in A Day in Pompeii. The 13,000-square-foot touring exhibit immerses visitors in the richness of one of the greatest archaeological treasures ever unearthed.
On exhibit October 2, 2011 - February 12, 2012, A Day in Pompeii features over 250 priceless artifacts. They include 13 wall-sized frescoes, over a dozen pieces of gold jewelry, marble and bronze statuary, gold coins, and other dazzling examples of ancient Roman artistry. Other artifacts from frying pans, fishhooks, and merchants' scales to ceramics, oil lamps, graffiti stones, and carbonized bread capture aspects of daily life. Visitors can also experience the power of volcanoes from interactive displays and learn about their victims by exploring the body casts that have immortalized them.
"Few ancient cities have been found so unchanged," says Paul Fontaine, Museum of Science vice president of education. "Our visitors will discover that what a volcano destroys it can also save. The clues that scientists and archeologists have uncovered, while helping establish modern archeology, also offer a glimpse of ancient life, from art and architecture to water engineering and entertainment, revealing remarkable ties between ancient and modern cultures. And in a very personal way, the body casts connect us directly to human beings who lived 2,000 years ago."
Click here for additional information about the exhibit.
SAVE THE DATE
Sunday, January 22, 3pm at Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, Cambridge
VERDI - Falstaff
Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras, Federico Cortese Music Director, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Italy in Boston.
One performance only!
Ticket are only $30-$25 - call 617.496.2222
Consulate General of Italy in Boston