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Brisbane. Concert of Alessandro Marangoni on the occasion of the 25th edition of the Studitalia Prize



Brisbane. Concert of Alessandro Marangoni on the occasion of the 25th edition of the Studitalia Prize

On Friday, 30 August, at the Old Government House of Brisbane, Alessandro Marangoni performed 'Rossini and Chopin: a romantic dialogue', along the integrated promotional activities of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation 'Vivere all' Italiana-Italian Lifestyle'. The prominent Italian solo pianist eclectically exhibited the unlimited ability of Rossini to produce memorable and playful melodies (péchés de vieillesse), establishing an exciting dialogue with Fryderich Chopin, composer par excellence of piano works of the Romantic era.

The event celebrated the 25th anniversary of the StuditaliA Prize and was organized by the Consulate of Italy, Brisbane, in collaboration with the Institute of Culture of Sydney and the Queensland Department of Education.

StuditaliA is based on the collaboration between the Consulate of Italy, Brisbane and the Queensland Department of Education and it is supported by the voluntary contributions of institutions and the associations of the Italian community, such as COASIT, Italian Language Center (ILC), Dante Alighieri Brisbane, Fogolar Furlan, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Queensland, Griffith University, Dante Alighieri Cairns, Dante Alighieri Gold Coast, ANFE, COMITES. From this year, the Italian company Mapei, which has its Australian headquarters in Wacol, Brisbane, Queensland, joined in support of the Prize in line with its commitment to Queensland and future generations.

The StuditaliA Prize provides winning students the opportunity to undertake a four-week immersion experience in Italy, which now includes a period of work experience to enhance their future career opportunities. The Queensland students act as ambassadors of the positive relationship between Queensland and Italy and often continue active involvement with the Italian community following the period in-country.

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