Young talents
Profiles

The afflatus rediscovered in the old songs our fathers used to sing

Daniele Ciurleo-Larubina’s essence of his mastery lies in the seemingly effortless ability to transition from musician to composer, from arranger to conductor.

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Archimede Fusillo

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20/7/2017

Photography
Business & Trade

Photography as the art of unfolding unnoticed

The Sicilian in Jonathan Di Maggio likes the theatrics and drama of photography. The vibrant colours and shades of a subject matter—any subject matter, arouse a deep appreciation in this twenty-something Melburnian of the theatre that is life.

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Archimede Fusillo

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20/7/2016

Immigration
Current affairs

From the village cradle to the city grave

At a recent funeral for a respected elderly family member I got to thinking that as more and more of that wave of Italian post-war migrants die off, our current lifestyle threatens the traditional view of what it means to be the sons and daughters of Italian immigrants to Australia.

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Archimede Fusillo

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7/12/2015

Profile
Sport

Alex Zanardi, a supreme athlete who triumphed over adversity

In a telling and often moving chat a few years ago with American talk-show host David Letterman, Alex Zanardi discussed his then upcoming challenge—an Ironman Competition. Asked whether he feared the prospect of possible sharks lurking in the water during the swimming section, the endearingly self-deprecating and always forward-looking sports great replied that the shark would most probably look up and swim away, deciding that he was not worth the trouble.

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Archimede Fusillo

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16/6/2019

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