The Goffredo Mameli Library opens its doors to offer adults and children a glimpse of the culture of the Subcontinent: Indian music, from the oldest traditions to popular songs, the art of building the kites that fill the skies with their colours of many Asian countries, animated readings and a taste of Indo-Pakistani cuisine.
Kite construction workshop for children by Ejaz Ahmad; music workshop of Rashmi Bhatt and Zakaria Kazi; Making henna tattoos; intervention by CoroIncanto, female voices without borders with songs of Indian tradition (India-Bangladesh-Pakistan); musical workshop of string quartet by the Accademia di S. Cecilia; musical workshop for children “INSTRUMENTS lAB” (8 – 14 years) by the Accademia di S. Cecilia; “Street India” exhibition, photographs by Gabriella Sanna.

In the afternoon also from Piazza dell’Emporio to via Petroselli a series of shows: Afro-Peruvian music and dances by Fernando Delgado and Robinson Moreno; the percussion, oudh and voices concert of Rashmi Bhatt and Saleh Tawil; the percussion, sitar and voice concert of Rashmi Bhatt and Sagheer Khan; the traveling concert of Coro CoroIncanto, female voices without borders with songs from all over the world; four performances of Persian dances by Elnaz Yousefi; the show of the traditional dance group organized by the Associazione Donne Panafricane nella Diaspora; concert of the Coro degli Angeli Universitari with dance and gospel music.

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