I Boreali- Nordic Festival returns, the festival dedicated to Northern European culture, with its fifth edition in Cernobbio from Tuesday 9th to Thursday 11th April which will be held for the first time in the splendid setting of Villa Bernasconi. The event is organized by I Boreali – Nordic festival.
The Boreali is the Italian festival dedicated to Northern European culture, organized and conceived by Iperborea, which since 2015 has offered the great names and original personalities of Nordic culture throughout Italy: from literature to cinema, from music to current events, giving voice to the great themes of contemporary living and stimulating the encounter between different European cultures.
After the success of the first edition, in 2016 the festival changed its format and expanded even outside of Milan, bringing its guests and its meetings in some of the major Italian cities.
Finally, don’t forget that the festival on the same dates will also be present in Lugano! Visit this page for more information.
Furthermore, if you want to have details on the festival to be held in Lugano, visit the page of Luganolake!
A taste of the program
Like every year I Boreali – Nordic Festival proposes various activities and meetings all with a European culture theme, such as:
- presentation of the latest novel by Icelandic Jón Kalman Stefánsson
- laboratory for the little ones (Help! I became a werewolf child)
- a comparative lesson of Scandinavian language and culture, in collaboration with the Nordic Cultural Institute
- a meeting between a former detainee of the District Court of Como and Larsson to talk about freedom, literature and how much the latter has a fundamental role outside and inside the prison
Finally, if you want to access the complete meeting schedule, click on this link!
Info and Contacts
sweb site www.iboreali.it
FB Page of the event
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