20-02-2017 by redazione
The event organized by the Italian Institute of Culture in Malindi tomorrow night will have as guest of honor the Ambassador of Italy in Nairobi Mauro Massoni.
The National Museum of the town, behind Uhuru Garden, will be inaugurated the exhibition "Immersions" that compares the Kenyan marine archeology with that of Sicily. The exhibition, at low levels of the museum, will be inaugurated with a very special event: a concert violinist Francesco D'Orazio (one of the favorite pupils of the composer Luciano Berio) starting at 18.
Recall that for the concert, which will be held on the top floor of the National Museum with a limited number of seats, you must be booked on malindikenya.net writing an email to email@example.com or by sending an SMS to tel. 0720178982 indicating your name.
The evening event will be preceded by a strictly invitational institutional aperitif.
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