On Friday 27, starting from the 17: 00, the Hall of Clerics of the Berio Library in Genoa, will host the event "Albania between history and myth", organized by the honorary Consulate of Albania in Liguria in collaboration with the Civic Library Berio, with the patronage of the Embassy of Albania in Italy, as part of the celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Albanian declaration of independence.The program that will show the public three different and important expressions of the culture of the Land of the Eagles: painting, history and music, begins at 17 with the exhibition of ten works by Mustafa Arapi, who will come from Tirana to attend the event .
Painter and restorer Arapi graduated from the Academy of Art in Tirana, in the 1993 he became Director of the "Department of the Works of Art, Institute of Cultural Monuments", in the 2004 member of the "National Restoration Council" and secretary of the Finally, the "Albanian Restorers Society" was also awarded the Naim Frasheri order by the Albanian parliament. At the 17,30 after the greetings of the authorities Giuseppe Durazzo, Honorary Consul of Albania in Liguria and Maura Cassinasco, Director of the Berio Library, will introduce the conference of Besnik Musfaj, writer from Tirana and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Albania, entitled «Albania between history and myth ».
But perhaps the most innovative part of the event is the musical one that will open with a piece played with the Baroque flute by Daorsa Dervishi, a young but already established musician from Durazzo who started the study of the instrument at the “Jan Kukuzeli” Institute from his city and then graduated with honors from the “G. Verdi ”of Milan.
Daorsa, which performs its solo concert activity and with various chamber ensembles around Italy. has played music for six-key flute, guitar and cello, composed by Haig Zacharian for the soundtrack of the Albanian film "Maja" by Pluton Vasi and in the 2010 taught "baroque flute repertoire", at the Academy of Arts in Tirana . Finally, in closing, the audience will be able to attend a concert for pianforte by the Genoese Dorella Sarlo, a professor at the conservatory of Piacenza, with music by classical authors and Albanian authors: F.
Harapi. The latter performed publicly for the first time in Liguria.
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