The Italian Studies Department at
Chapman University presents
“Music and Culture: An Italian Perspective”
Saturday, February 11
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Musco Center for the Arts
*$8 General Admission
The many pathways of Italy’s music, art and culture come together in a single event! Appreciate the harmony that inspired Dante’s immortal masterpieces, and explore the diverse voices of Italian music, from the Renaissance to the age-old melodies of folk songs. Featuring Giulio Ongaro, Ph.D., dean of Chapman’s College of Performing Arts; Francesco Ciabattoni, Ph.D., director of Italian Graduate Studies, Georgetown University; Alessandro Carrera, Ph.D., director of Italian Studies, University of Houston; and Michela Musolino, Sicilian-American folk singer.
Great event for the whole family!
*The first 12 students to enroll in a Fondazione Italia class at our Orange County Italian Language Center location will win a free ticket to attend this great event!