This site uses technical, analytics and third-party cookies.
By continuing to browse, you accept the use of cookies.

Calendar

Enter search filters
Reset
Ended Wed Feb 25 2015Wed Feb 25 2015
Sicily: Heart of the Mediterranean

with Dr Dugald McLellan, Italian Art Historian The lectures will focus on the three major Sicilian cities of Palermo, Catania and Siracusa. With Dr Dugald McLellan, Italian Art Historian, former Lecturer, Department of Art History & Theory, University of Sydney.Please click on the bottom right of this page to download the brochure

Read more
Ended Wed Feb 18 2015Wed Feb 18 2015
Chris Jarrett meets Luca Ciarla

Internationally acclaimed composer and pianist Chris Jarrett meets up with magician of the violin Luca Ciarla Internationally acclaimed composer and pianist Chris Jarrett meets up with worldwide busy improviser and magician of the violin Luca Ciarla for a unique duo along the borders of contemporary music and jazz. Luca Ciarla’s spritelike playing and the quick-fingered […]

Read more
Ended Wed Feb 11 2015Wed Feb 11 2015
Modern Love: Passion, Longing and the Films of Michelangelo Antonioni

Presented by the Italian Cultural Institute Michelangelo Antonioni (1912-2007) has been renowned as one of the most challenging and divisive auteurs of the European cinema. Like so many directors of his period, Antonioni branched out into completely new territory. He remains one of the most revered figures of art cinema and one of the key […]

Read more
Ended Fri Feb 06 2015Fri Feb 06 2015
Roma! The Screen Life of the Eternal City

Curated by Roberta Ciabarra Looking as far back as the 1950s to films by Fellini, Antonioni, Pasolini and Bolognini, to more recent award-winning Italian auteurs including Gianfranco Rosi and Paolo Sorrentino, ROMA! The Screen Life of the Eternal City explores nostalgic and contemporary cinematic visions of Rome.   For further information, please click here

Read more
Ended Mon Feb 02 2015Mon Feb 02 2015
Brunswick 2015 Beethoven Festival

Artist Director Sergio de Pieri OAM This festival is supported by Moreland City Council with the assistance from Brunswick Uniting Church. For further information, please visit www.brunswickbeethovenfestival.org.auItalian musicians will be performing on: Tuesday 3 February – Trio Sine Nomine con Gianfranco Bortolato (oboe), Claudia Lopez-Gomez (violin) Michele Benuzzi (harpsichord)Wednesday 4 February – Roberto Fabbriciani (flute) Friday 6 February – […]

Read more
Ended Sat Jan 31 2015Sat Jan 31 2015
Memories of Spain

by Italian composers Inserire qui il sottotitolo 2 dell’evento (seconda lingua) A Recital for guitar and flute with Massimo Scattolin and Roberto Fabbriciani.Please click on the link at the bottom right of this page to download the programme of the recital.

Read more
Ended Fri Jan 09 2015Fri Jan 09 2015
Organs of the Ballarat Goldfields

A Festival of Fine Music in historic venues Artistic Director: Sergio de Pieri OAM Celebrating 20 years of this prestigious Festival. For more details please click the link Organs of the Ballarat GoldfieldsPlease click on the bottom right of this page to download the brochure about the Italian artists performing at the Festival

Read more
Ended Thu Dec 11 2014Thu Dec 11 2014
Festa di Natale

Live music and much more… “Festa di Natale”   with live performances and traditional Italian sweets!

Read more
Ended Thu Nov 20 2014Thu Nov 20 2014
Il “giallo” durante il Fascismo: le serie di Carlo Lucarelli e Maurizio de Giovanni

A talk in Italian by Dr Barbara Pezzotti, Honorary Research Fellow of the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS)  A talk in Italian by Dr Barbara Pezzotti, Honorary Research Fellow of the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS)Nel suo intervento, Barbara Pezzotti analizza due famose serie gialle ambientate all’epoca del fascismo. Quella di Lucarelli vede […]

Read more
Ended Thu Nov 13 2014Thu Nov 13 2014
“Palace Cinema: a family passion – Antonio Zeccola racconta…”

An evening with the founder of Palace Cinemas A special screening of the ABC documentary (2007) on the Zeccola family. A talk in English by Antonio Zeccola on the amazing story of the Palace Cinema’s success.

Read more