About this Event
100 years of Italo Calvino - one of the most eminent contemporary writers, considered the greatest Italian ecologist writer. 50 years ago, in his stories and novels, Calvino already asked himself many questions about the environment and the sustainability of our lifestyle. These considerations are in perfect tune with the music of accomplished jazz pianist and composer Kekko Fornarelli, and leave room for reflection: What are our thoughts about sustainability? What is playing in our minds when we think about the future of our planet and our children? Join us as we explore through the music of Kekko Fornarelli and the readings by young actors from Adelaide-based TabHu Acting School, many aspects of this year’s official theme of the Italian Language Week.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
North Adelaide Baroque Hall, 104 Tynte Street, North Adelaide, Australia