Founder and director of the Italian Culture Centre.

He graduate from the University of Genova (master degre) and after it he continued in the University of Siena with master degree DITALS ( teaching methodology of the italian language). He worked as teacher in the United States and Canada (2007), then in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Slovenja and Italy. He is now the main director of the Italian cultural center Fabrizio De André. He also taught in the Riga's state University (2015), University of Moscow (MPGGU) and cooperated with the Shevchenko's University Kiev and Mechnikova Odessa. He won in the 2012 the Edilingua's special prize. 

How does it work?

Our programmes are based on the principles of Edgar Dale. Studies of this scholar prove that by ‘digesting’ information you learn it by 90%. Hence, the best way to learn Italian is to go to Italy! Our experts offer a way of studying, where you dive into the real Italian lifestyle. Let us compare the process of studying with a theatre, where the country is the stage, and students are actors. During lessons you ‘learn your part’ (Italian grammar, vocabulary), and during ‘attività' you play this role (communicate with friendly and responsive people from the city of Imperia on the coast of the Ligurian Sea).  

Several times more efficient than regular courses