Today opens on Salon of the Book of Turin. Among the most awaited events of the first day: Fernando Savater's lectio dedicated to the Old Continent: Where is Europe's cultural identity. Samantha Cristoforetti, Diary author of an astronaut apprentice (The ship of Theseus) tells about life in space. Edurne Portela presents Absence Better (Lindau). The writer Paolo Rumiz talks about his Journey to the roots of Europe (Feltrinelli). Eraldo Affinati remembers Mario Rigoni Stern and The sergeant in the snow. Fabrizio Gifuni will be the protagonist of A certain Julio. Tribute to Julio Cortázar and Roberto Bolaño.
The Accademia della Crusca presents the online version of the Great Dictionary of the Italian language founded by Salvatore Battaglia which can be consulted on the Accademia della Crusca website, in the Digital Shelves section (15 pm here).
From now on in the bookstore:
I am Matteo Salvini by Chiara Giannini (AltaForte).
At the Parco della Musica in Rome Lisa Batiashvili conducted by Antonio Pappano in the Concerto n. 1 for violin by Béla Bartók. The program also includes A night on Bald Mountain by Modest Petrovič Musorgskij and Shéhérazade by Nikolaj Andreevič Rimskij-Korsakov (19.30).
Other concerts today:
Elisa at the Palais Saint-Vincent in St. Vincent (Aosta); Alessandra Amoroso at the Palaflorio of Bari; Sananda Maitreya at the Parco della Musica in Rome; Alvaro Soler at the Mediolanum Forum in Assago (Milan); Tokio Hotel are at Atlantico Live in Rome.
Al Brancaccio of Rome Lina Sastri in Sudden thoughts. Poetry in music. Cantata del before and after, a show inspired by his eponymous book of poems.