At Montecitorio Finazzer Flory’s “Tribute to the Italian Language”

A “Tribute to the Italian Language (and its Inventors)“, a journey through words, was held in Rome’s Palazzo Montecitorio. The reading by Massimiliano Finazzer Flory – who interpreted Dante, Leonardo, Da Vinci, Manzoni, Marinetti, Calvino and even St. Francis of Assisi – was accompanied by the choir of treble voices and cantoria of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma formed by 50 youngsters who closed the event by singing “Nella fantasia” by Ennio Morricone and Chiara Ferraù.During the evening, actor, director and author Massimiliano Finazzer Flory received the medal for his commitment to the dissemination and preservation of the Italian language in live performance from the chairman of the House Culture Committee, Federico Mollicone.

Since 2011, Finazzer Flory has been one of the top promoters of the Italian language abroad and has helped spread it in more than 30 countries around the world in collaboration with Farnesina – Directorate General for the Promotion of the Country System of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – in the Italian Cultural Institutes, Consulates and Embassies. The reading ” Tribute to the Italian Language” in collaboration with the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma will now begin a tour with additional dates in Rome, continuing then throughout Italy.

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