Monia Angeli preforming traditional Italian songs on the opening night of "La Dolce Vita" Italian cultural festival at Casino du Liban (The Daily Star/ Mohammad Azakir)
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A slice of Italian life came to Casino du Liban this week as the Italian Cultural Institute brought a music, food a drink to Jounieh.With more than 70 percent of the ingredients shipped directly from Italy, Zamagni said he was determined to showcase the best of the Italian traditional art of cooking.As part of the institute's mission to convey "the Italian way of life," Italian composers will take part in the Al Bustan Festival, which begins on Feb. 15 . In its endeavor to promote cultural exchanges between Italy and Lebanon, the Italian Embassy is also supporting efforts to set up a Lebanese pavilion at the Venice Biennale this May.
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