Did you know that Italian is the universal language of classical music?
If you have ever read a classical music score, words such as crescendo (get louder), staccato (detached), and forte (loud) would be familiar to you. The reason for this is that musical notation was created in Italy during the Renaissance and, therefore, Italian became the international language for classical music.
Learn the basics of a language known for its romance, beauty, and melody with our Free Italian Course.
The 6-hour free course covers all four skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening; as well as helpful travel tips and cultural insights.
Dates: 21, 23 & 25 April 2019 (Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday)
Time: 5 pm – 7 pm
Venue: Eton Institute – Dubai & Abu Dhabi
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