Come and celebrate an afternoon of linguistic diversity as UC Berkeley students perform scenes, songs, and poems in Arabic, Armenian, Chinese, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swahili, Tagalog, Telugu, and Wolof.
Organized and directed by Annamaria Bellezza, Italian Studies
With the participation of the following instructors: Marica Petrey (Arabic), Santoukht Mikaelian (Armenian), Lihua Zhang (Chinese), Karen Moller (Danish), Sirpa Tuomainen (Finnish), Seda Chavdarian (French), Rachel Shuh (French), Nikolaus Euba (German), Sylvia Tiwon (Indonesian), Marina Romani and Marco Purpura (Italian), Chika Shibahara (Japanese), Jaleh Pirnazar (Persian), Tony Lin (Polish), Luciana Lage (Portuguese), Suzan Negip-Schatt (Romanian), Lisa Little (Russian), Edwin O. Okong’o (Swahili), Joi Barrios and Chat Aban (Tagalog), Hepsi Sunkari (Telugu), and Paap Alsaan Sow (Wolof).
Wednesday, April 25 from 3:00-6:00 pm
Chevron Auditorium, International House
(2299 Piedmont Avenue, at Bancroft Way)
Free for UC Berkeley Students, Faculty, and Staff
(A donation from the general public would be appreciated)
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Sponsored by The Berkeley Language Center
Originally posted on the Berkeley Language Center’s events blog