Celebrating Identity and Tradition: A Reflection on the End of the School Year at IC Frosinone

Celebrating Identity and Tradition: A Reflection on the End of the School Year at IC Frosinone

The school year ended recently and the first comprehensive institute in Frosinone, under the school leadership of Professor Edina Furlan, tried to actively involve its students until the last days of school. First of all through the rediscovery of the Ciociaria traditions and, specifically, of the city of Frosinone, with a project entitled “Choose”, to which the students of the first classes of the “Lago Maggiore” complex dedicated an entire school year, with the great work led by the teachers Amalia Miglietta, Stella Guerra and Silvia Vinci. A quest to rediscover one’s history, culture and tradition.

In one word, identity. At the end of this journey experienced with great enthusiasm by the young students, there was an engaging performance in dialect of witty and amusing dialogues by the young students, accompanied by traditional Frosinone dances and songs, with the support of the musical group “I Trillanti” and the precious collaboration of Gerardo Frantellizzi, involving teachers and parents present in the lively dances. Guest of honor of the event was prof. Renzo Scasseddu, who honored those present with the declination of some of his verses in Ciociaro, with the promise of being there also during the next school year.

On the same day, al Matusa park, the final performance of the orchestra of the “Aldo Moro” secondary school of the first comprehensive took place in the evening, with a tribute to a great expression of all-Italian art, that of opera, with the performance of arias taken from Rigoletto, Turandot, Madame Butterfly, La Rondine, Carmen. Much of the program was designed to honor the centenary of the death of the great opera composer Giacomo Puccini.

The orchestra, directed by the instrument teachers of the institute’s musical course, professors Di Litta, Evangelisti, Laino, Picca and Polletta, engaged in a plan complex from an executive and interpretative point of view. The event, entitled “Women at the Opera – Opera and poetry”, had as its epicenter the analysis of the female figure in opera as a reflection of her role within society. The performance of the pieces was linked by the recitation of poems written for women or by women and linked, by similarity or contrast, to the individual arias performed. In a packed Matusa Park, the public present was involved not only in learning about the stories, but also in reflecting on gender violence, an increasingly sadly current topic.

«With these demonstrations a very intense school year ended – underlined the said Edina Furlan – and as always full of stimuli and initiatives for the students of IC Frosinone 1, who were able to stand out for the levels of excellence achieved. Truly important feedback, confirming the quality of the teaching activity and training offer of our institute.”

2024-06-17 15:41:51
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