Francesca da Rimini

The Francesca da Rimini project, which from today is beginning to take shape like the flower in the button-hole of our website, is dedicated to one of the female personages who have mainly inspired artists, poets and playwrights throughout the world. The heart of the project is made up of a considerable number of Francesca da Rimini’s “voices”: as many of them as there are languages and dialects...

Francesca da Rimini. Dante’s original verses

Inferno, Canto V, vv 82-142 -- "Quali colombe dal disio chiamate..." If you want to listen to the readings in Italian of these verses of Dante click on the names of those who made every single reading.

“Paolo, datemi pace”

The romance “Paolo, give me peace” from the third act of the opera by Riccardo Zandonai (soprano Iris Adami Corradetti).

ENGLISH – Jane Edwards

Prima di approdare all'Università di Yale, dove opera come decano del Center for International and Professional Experience, Jane Edwards ha svolto il ruolo di preside della nuova Direzione per gli Studi Internazionali dell'Università di Harvard, [...]

Farideh Mahdavi Damghani

Farideh Mahdavi Damghani is an Iranian lady of letters and a translator, born in 1963 in Teheran where she lives with her husband and three children. Right from the start she was taught by her [...]

OCCITAN-PROVENÇAL – Rosella Pellerino

I was born in 1972 and have always lived in Borgo San Dalmazzo, a municipality of the Valle Stura in the province of Cuneo in Alpine Occitania.  The Piedmont dialect, widespread in that area and [...]