Newsletter June – July 2011
June 28th – Ceremony to meet the tour leader and receive the travel tickets will be held at the Italian Government Tourist Board at 5:00 pm.
Congratulations to all the student recipients of IACE Scholarships for the Summer program 2011!
Dylan Patrick Crider
Kaitlin Demoree Flaherty
Brennan Alyne Hoban
Alexandra Rose Kravitz
Carmine Vincent Lombardi
Carina Ioana Martusevici
Messina Solangel Then Aysha
Paul Brandon Muratore
Nancy Paola Paredes
Adriano Carmelo Polimeni
Taylor Marie Schaad
Amanda Marie Spiteri
Sarah Marie Warzecha
Tyler A. Wolfe
For information about the Summer Program, please visit our website at
On June 28th we will also introduce the new IACE web site www.iacelanguage.org
Italian Classes for Adults
Intensive Summer Course
OPEN HOUSE: Thursday July 14th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
686 Park Avenue Lower Level – New York NY 10065
Classes start on July 18th.
2-hour classes, Mondays and Wednesdays 5-7pm, 7-9pm, for 8 weeks (32 hours total)
For information please visit
You may also contact the coordinator Sandro Sechi at
email@example.com, tel. 212-772-8755 ext. 303
New Opening of the IACE Library for Kids
IACE is pleased to announce that the library is open at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 25 West 43rd street – New York, NY 10036. For consultation and loans please contact IACE at firstname.lastname@example.org
Italian Forever KIDS!
IACE‘s new center for children in Manhattan
Classes will start in September 2011
ITALIAN FOREVER KIDS!
The Italian American Committee on Education (IACE) is proud to announce the opening of Italian Forever KIDS! This new Italian language center for children of all ages will be taught by Luciana Curti, an experienced and outstanding teacher, will be directing and teaching courses for all levels.
John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 25 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Luciana at email@example.com or by telephone at 212 772-8755 ext. 316 or visit www.iacelanguage.org/classes for more information regarding class schedules.
Italian Cooking Classes
In collaboration with the Italian Culinary Institute.
The first Italian cooking classes for students organized by IACE at the Italian Culinary Academy were a great success! See this story on America Oggi (link).
Details on participation in this program for the 2011-2012 school year will be posted soon on this website.
DANNY & KAYE PLAYHOUSE THEATRE at Hunter College
East 68th Street btw Park Ave & Lexington Ave
“ITALIAN” is an interactive show designed to expose children and families to the beauty of the Italian language and culture.
A magical star coming from a far-away planet stops above a small Italian hill. It enters into an abandoned shelter that becomes a magical flying castle… The Fata’s story begins with her and her creatures’ desire to communicate using Italian words stemming from music, dance, images, and… many magical moments!
A cast of eight outstanding performers coming from COMPAGNIA DELLA RANCIA (PINOCCHIO-THE ITALIAN MUSICAL), MOMIX, THEATRE ON ICE and MAGMA DANCE COMPANY will guide the audience through an enchanted world. Great for K-5, but all ages are encouraged to experience the show.
SPECIAL PRICE FOR SCHOOLS
$20 per person
Reserve now and receive a surprise for your class to enjoy!
Information & tickets at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-213-2479
Opera is one of Italy’s proudest achievements and an excellent Italian language learning tool. That is why IACE has teamed up with DiCapo Opera Theatre to carry out an IACE project called Tutti all’Opera.
Schools affiliated with IACE in the tri-state area are invited to attend these affordable and informational opera performances, which are abridged versions of the original opera, created specifically for students who are studying Italian, and are fun for all ages!
The General Director of DiCapo, Michael Capasso, will lead the students on an operatic adventure as he gives insightful explanations of the plot during intervals. Following each performance, students participate in a lively Q&A session with the actors!
“Tosca” (Puccini): October 13, 2011 @ 11:30am
October 14, 2011 @ 11:30am
“La Cenerentola” (Rossini): February 9, 2012 @ 11:30am
February 10, 2012 @ 11:30am
“La Traviata” (Verdi): April 19, 2012 @ 11:30am
“Gianni Schicchi” (Puccini): May 10, 2012 @ 11:30am
May 11, 2012 @ 11:30am
Tickets are only $20 a seat for students and their parents.
Teachers go for free.
For reservations please contact Licia at email@example.com, tel. 212-772-8755 ext. 301.
“Travel opens horizons, overcomes the boundaries and limits of our mind, widens our knowledge and leads to the discovery of the world” – Arcobaleno ILTE.
Arcobaleno ILTE, the Italian Language Training and Education Company, has teamed up with IACE to provide students and teachers of the Italian language with discounted school trips to Italy. The trips include daily Italian lessons, didactic and tourist materials, a pre-planned itinerary to places like Venice, Rome, Florence, Milan, Sicily and so many more. This is a great opportunity for teachers to get their students to experience and learn all there is to know about Italy in a way they will surely never forget. To find out which tour is right for you or to get more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-866-380-6222, or visit their website at www.arcobalenoitalianlanguage.com