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Italian Literature in Translation
Italian Literature in TranslationFriday, October 01, 2021 → Saturday, October 01, 2022

The new volume of Italian Literature in Translation is out now. It features extracts from novels never previously published in English, by Italian writers of the twentieth century. As editor Howard Curtis puts it: "The Fifties and Sixties seem to have been a golden age for Italian literature in English translation." However...

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The Italian Riveter - Magazine dedicated to contemporary Italian literature
The Italian Riveter - Magazine dedicated to contemporary Italian literatureTuesday, April 05, 2022 → Saturday, December 31, 2022

On Monday 4 April 2022, an issue of the literary magazine The Riveter was published entirely dedicated to contemporary Italian literature in English translation It was masterfully curated by Rosie Goldsmith, who selected the best contemporary Italian authors and the most renowned professionals in the publishing sector....

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N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland 2022 - The first Italian film festival in Ireland CORK 19-22 MAY 2022
N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland 2022 - The first Italian film festival in Ireland CORK 19-22 MAY 2022Wednesday, May 18, 2022 → Sunday, May 22, 2022

The N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland, the first Italian film festival in Ireland will offer the public 8 films in Italian with English subtitles that will be screened at the GATE Cinema in Cork. The first edition of the N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland will be held at Cork's Gate cinema between 19 and 22 May. During...

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Lunchtime Concerts at the IIC: Concert for soprano and piano Katy Kelly (soprano) and Annalisa Monticelli (piano)
Lunchtime Concerts at the IIC: Concert for soprano and piano Katy Kelly (soprano) and Annalisa Monticelli (piano)Thursday, May 26, 2022

On the 26th of May the IIC will host the third in a series of free “Lunchtime concerts” (about 45 min. long) which will take place between 1.00 and 2.00 pm in the Pavilion room in our Institute. Pianist Annalisa Monticelli and soprano Katy Kelly will interpret arias from operas in Italian, pieces from the w...

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International Literature Festival Dublin 2022. Fragments of the Whole: Marta Barone & Claire-Louise Bennett
International Literature Festival Dublin 2022. Fragments of the Whole: Marta Barone & Claire-Louise BennettSaturday, May 28, 2022

The Italian Institute of Culture takes part to the International Literature Festival Dublin 2022 with two prestigious events sponsored and co-organized by this institute, taking place on Saturday May 28th. The first appointment, titled “Fragments of the Whole: Marta Barone & Claire-Louise Bennett”, wil...

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International Literature Festival Dublin 2022: Presentation of the magazine “The Italian Riveter”
International Literature Festival Dublin 2022: Presentation of the magazine “The Italian Riveter”Saturday, May 28, 2022

In the context of the International Literature Festival Dublin 2022, on Saturday 28 May at 3.30 pm at The Byzantium space in Merrion Square, Rosie Goldsmith, editor-in-chief of the literary magazine “The Riveter” will present the edition entirely dedicated to contemporary Italian literature released on 5 April...

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Lunedì al cinema: Online screening of “Parents in Progress” by Laura Chiossone
Lunedì al cinema: Online screening of “Parents in Progress” by Laura ChiossoneMonday, May 30, 2022 → Tuesday, May 31, 2022

“Parents in progress” is a 2018 movie directed by Laura Chiossone. Simona (Anna Foglietta) is a forty-year old single mother who lives for her son Filippo (Nicolò Costa). Feeling that she is not up to her role as a mother, organizing the son’s eight birthday becomes a catalyst of her inse...

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In Focus: “Maria Stuarda” opera by Gaetano Donizetti. The opera will be presented by Fergus Sheil and Michael Lee
In Focus: “Maria Stuarda” opera by Gaetano Donizetti. The opera will be presented by Fergus Sheil and Michael LeeMonday, May 30, 2022

The Irish National Opera continues its collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture with the aim of spreading lyric opera belonging to the Italian tradition. The next production of 2022 is “Maria Stuarda” by Gaetano Donizetti. Monday 30th May at 7pm INO artistic Director Fergus Sheil, together with jo...

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