Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Nights of Poetry on an Italian Beach

[From the Italian language press]:

XIII° Festival Internazionale di Poesia a Genova: da giovedi' 14 a sabato 23 giugno, con due anteprime lunedì 11 al teatro Della Corte e martedì 12 sulla spiaggia di Boccadasse.

Zenazone - Genova, Italy - giovedì 5 giugno 2007

13th° International Festival of Poetry in Genoa: from June, Thursday 14th to June, Saturday 23rd, with two previews on Monday 11th at Della Corte theatre and on Tuesday 12th on the beach of Boccadasse.

The official program will have place from June 14 to June 23 in Genoa, in the Greater Courtyard of the Ducale palace and in other evocative places in one of the greater and more characteristic historical centers of Europe.

Beyond 80 free events are scheduled: readings, concerts, performance, conferences, guided visits. The Ahura group will exhibit in a concert dedicated to the sufi poet Rumi.

1 comment:

musicalchef said...

Sounds beautiful!

I just found your wonderful blog. Keep up the good work!

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Nights of Poetry on an Italian Beach
[From the Italian language press]:

XIII° Festival Internazionale di Poesia a Genova: da giovedi' 14 a sabato 23 giugno, con due anteprime lunedì 11 al teatro Della Corte e martedì 12 sulla spiaggia di Boccadasse.

Zenazone - Genova, Italy - giovedì 5 giugno 2007

13th° International Festival of Poetry in Genoa: from June, Thursday 14th to June, Saturday 23rd, with two previews on Monday 11th at Della Corte theatre and on Tuesday 12th on the beach of Boccadasse.

The official program will have place from June 14 to June 23 in Genoa, in the Greater Courtyard of the Ducale palace and in other evocative places in one of the greater and more characteristic historical centers of Europe.

Beyond 80 free events are scheduled: readings, concerts, performance, conferences, guided visits. The Ahura group will exhibit in a concert dedicated to the sufi poet Rumi.

1 comment:

musicalchef said...

Sounds beautiful!

I just found your wonderful blog. Keep up the good work!