Appuntamento il 15 novembre prossimo all'Italian American Museum di New York per una serata all'insegna della musica napoletana. La cantante partenopea Simona De Rosa presenterà infatti il suo ultimo album "Maschera", un lavoro interamente dedicato alla canzone napoletana. Simona De Rosa, acclamata cantante jazz di origini italiane, si è laureata...

By Giovanni di Napoli With the Feast of Saint Joseph just a few days away (March 19th), what better way for the Italian American Museum to inaugurate their new event space than with a presentation about the Traditions of Saint Joseph's Day? Warmly welcomed by the museum's friendly staff, the venue quickly filled with an enthusiastic audience excit...

You are cordially invited to attend a reading of Anne Hood's latest novel, An Italian Wife at the Italian American Museum on Thursday, September 25th.   About the book: Spanning the course of three wars and almost a century, An Italian Wife is a multi-generational saga chronicling the story of the Rimaldi family, from the first generati...

The Italian American Museum cordially invites you to attend the 2016 Long Island Ambasciatore Awards Ceremony & Dinner. Honoring Outstanding Italian-American Leaders and their Italian-American Organizations. Crest Hollow Country Club - 8325 Jericho Tpke. - Woodbury, NY 11797. Sunday, January 24, 2016 - 12 noon...

You are cordially invited to attend a special staged presentation of Aldo Nicolaj's play, "Visit to Relatives" on Wednesday, March 5 at the Italian American Museum. The play is comprised of four monologues; "The Clause", "The Man Who Loved Women", "The Queen" and "The Soap Maker".   In "Visit to Relatives" the visitor-spectator is led into a...

"So You Wanna Be Italian? - An Artist's Journey Exploring Her Roots" is a series of vignettes on various famous Italian figures who have had influence on the life of Anna Filameno. Anna gives us a unique experience as she explores her Italian roots. Each page has a beautiful background graphic art illustration that helps tell the story of each vignet...

The three-building campus at the Italian American Community Center has been a work in progress for nearly the last decade, but the most recent additions have really topped it off.   #In April, an upscale thrift shop was opened that offers handpicked, gently used items. And with the completion of a $50,000 sprinkler system, the museum portion...