Canta che ti passa with Natalja Aicardi • 12.20.20

Our Musical Holiday Happy Hour Several friends of Sentieri got together virtually to sing-along with the songstress Natalja Aicardi on the evening of December 20th. Natalja warmed us up with chakra opening so that our voices would be in peak condition. We sang together some songs of the holiday and… Continue reading

Sentieri’s Virtual Tour of Trastevere

Our Stroll Around Trastevere with Paolo from Italiaidea — Rome Sabato 12 dicembre, Paolo Bultrini (Italiaidea – Roma) ha portato insegnanti e studenti di Sentieri virtualmente in giro per Trastevere, accompagnati dai suoi celebri abitanti: artisti, nobili ma anche gente del popolo. Attraverso le parole della poesia, abbiamo girato per… Continue reading

Cine-ZOOM #2 • September 27th • Capri-Revolution

Capri-Revolution Directed by Mario Martone   Italian director Mario Martone drew inspiration from a commune of artist-radicals that took up residence on the sun-kissed southern isle in the early 20th century. Picture a cult-like group of young people prancing naked on the rocks overlooking the Mediterranean and you have an… Continue reading

Cineforum • December 7th • BANGLA

BANGLA Directed by Phaim Bhuiyan (2019) Phaim Bhuiyan’s directorial debut is based on his own experiences and brimming with witty observations, Bangla is an endearing and relevant story about integration and identity. Phaim (played by the director himself) is a 22-year-old Italian of Bangladeshi origin. He lives with his family in Rome’s multi-ethnic Torpignattara… Continue reading

Briscola, Buffet & BYOB!

Sunday, November 3, 2019, from 4–8 p.m., at Sentieri Italiani What’s That Game I Always See Those Italian Men Playing? Briscola, along with Scopa, is one of those card games that almost everyone in Italy knows — it is also known in most other Mediterranean countries. Briscola is easy to… Continue reading

Musica Italiana

Sentieri Italiani Presents an Evening of Musica Italiana   Join Sentieri Italiani for an enjoyable night of Italian music from the 18th century through now — including Neapolitan songs, opera arias, Italian pop hits from the 60s and 70s, and more! Featuring Italian-American jazz and cabaret singer Robert Rodi on vocals and Neal Alger on guitar.… Continue reading

Cineforum: Scusate se Esisto

SCUSATE SE ESISTO Serena, a brilliant architect living in London, becomes homesick and decides to return to Italy. The situation in Italy however, is not what she expected. Working odd design jobs and as a waitress in Rome, she finds an architectural renovation project that she wants to bid on. In a field dominated… Continue reading