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Columbus Circle Annual Wreath Laying

When: Sunday, October 7, 10:00-10:30am

Where: Columbus Circle Monument

Even before the Columbus Day Parade became a New York City institution in 1929, Columbus Circle was the site of an annual wreath laying that commemorated Christopher Columbus’s historic voyage and the immigrants who followed his path over the centuries. Members of the Italian Benevolent Society and the Knights of Columbus marched to the monument in a brief pilgrimage that recalled the event that changed the course of world history.

Today, the wreath laying is held under the auspices of the National Council of Columbian Associations in Civil Service in conjunction with the Columbus Citizens Foundation. The wreath laying features brief remarks by representatives of the Italian and Italian-American communities of New York and a short band performance.

Columbus Day Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral

When: Monday, October 8, 9:30am

Where: 5th Ave. between 50th/51st Streets

The Annual Columbus Day Mass is held at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The Mass reflects on the millions of men, women, and children who came to America in pursuit of freedom and opportunity, and the faith that helped them endure hardship and adversity. The Mass is celebrated at 9:30am on Monday, Columbus Day. Tickets are required to enter the Cathedral up until 9:15am, at which point it becomes general admission.

Columbus Day Parade

When: Monday, October 8, 11:30am – 4:00pm

Where: 5th Avenue, 44th to 72nd Street

The annual New York City Columbus Day Parade is the world’s largest celebration of Italian American culture. The parade will be led by Grand Marshall Guy Chiarello, President of First Data Corporation.

Petrosino Association in America Presents Its

Annual Columbus Day Breakfast

La Dolce Vita University Presents

“Trivial Pursuit” Italian Style

Italy's Famed Teatro Lirico Di Cagliari To Perform At

Basilica of St. Patricks Old Cathedral

Come hear Italy's famed Teatro Lirico di Cagliari

When: Tuesday, October 16 at 7:30 PM

Where: Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral

Reserve now: https://www.showclix.com/event/italys-cagliari-opera-at-the-basilica

20% Off Code: ERBEN20

Enjoy an evening of sacred orchestral and choral works in a historic 1826 Oratorio concert. On the program: sacred music by Haydn and Handel, as well as first modern performances of rare works by 18th century Italian opera composers Zingarelli and Cimarosa.

This performance is a fundraiser to benefit the 1868 Henry Erben Organ, celebrating 150 years of beautiful music. Your seat reservation is a donation to Friends of the Erben Organ.


Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Lirico di Cagliari

Conductor: Donato Renzetti

Soprano: Francesca Dotto, Soprano: Salome Jicia, Tenor: Leonardo Cortellazzi, Baritone: Pierluigi Dilengite, Baritone: Daniele Terenzi

Chorus Master Donato Sivo

Basilica Director of Music and Organist Jared Lamenzo will play an 18th century concerto by Thomas Arne on the 1868 Erben organ preceding the concert.

This concert is offered to the community by the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, the opera house of Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy).

Coro D'Italia Presents “Postcards From Italy”

Press Release

Date: September 2018

Event: Essex County Grant Award Announcement

Organization: Coro d’Italia Singing and Dancing Ensemble

Contact: Marylou Romano

Tel. 973.461.9624

Email: ditalianj@yahoo.com

c/o 20 Erie Place, Nutley, NJ 07110

Italian American Ensemble Receives Arts Grant

The Coro d’Italia, Italian American Singing and Dancing Ensemble, is proud to announce they are the recipients of a New Jersey State Arts Council Grant for 2018. The New Jersey State Arts Council, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts administered through the Essex County Dept. of Cultural Affairs.

These special funds will enable them to research, rehearse, and present new material in a concert, “Postcards from Italy” to be offered at Caldwell University on Sunday, November 4, at 3:00pm in the Alumni Theatre. Enjoy the lovely Neapolitan melodies that fill your heart, the soaring folk songs, the lively traditional dances! Make plans now for you and your family to enjoy this special aspect of Italian heritage!

Sunday, November 4, 3:00 PM

Caldwell University (Alumni Theatre)

120 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, NJ


$30.00 (Adult)

$25.00 (Seniors)

$20 (Students)

Limited seating. Group rates available.

Please call 973.461.9624 or email ditalianj@yahoo.com for more information.

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