30 ans de carrière, ça se fête! A special one-time only cocktail and show for the Casa d’Italia.
**VIP priority seating for Casa d'Italia members**
Marco Calliari brings his new show to the Casa d'Italia. Calliari Bang! Bang! is a collection of songs where Italian world music and heavy metal mix discreetly but skilfully.
Join us for our annual gala at Plaza Volare. With Paul Chacra - 1945 The Band.
In collaboration with the Quebec Association of Professors of Italian (APIQ), the Casa d’Italia offers a new series of Italian language courses for the Fall of 2019.
From August 9 to August 23, 1:00PM to 5:00PM daily, at the Casa d'Italia. An exhibit celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Order Sons of Italy in Montreal.
The Italian musical celebrating the Italian immigrant's journey. Written and directed by Tina Mancini. Co-directed with Jonathan Perez. A part of Montreal's Italian Week.
Casa d'Italia is pleased to host a free concert by renowned Italian pianist Miriam Garagnani.
The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to present the Sounds and cantatas of the Radio Lausberg with Quelli del Venerdì. In collaboration with the Casa d'Italia. Free admission.
This year, the Casa d'Italia is co-hosting its annual golf tournament with the Italian-Canadian Community Foundation (FCCI) to raise funds for both organizations.
Les communautés italiennes et palestiniennes de Montréal réunies autour du roman AZAG et les enfants.
The Ensemble Lyrique de Montréal presents Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata.
Cabaret Calliari is a monthly 5 @ 7 style concert series by Montreal's own Marco Calliari. Every month, Marco invites a local musician to join him on stage for an unforgettable collaboration.
Art Rocks Design invites you to discover the works of photographers Christian Chapot and Kirsten Meier. Presented on acrylic and brushed metal, limited editions.
The Pama Foundation hosts a Family Bingo Night in support of Pama Claus 2019.
An oral history and photography exhibit, The Yellow Line shares the stories of 6 Italo-Canadians and their experiences with education and everyday life in Montreal in the 60s and 70s.
Spend the night with us! The Casa d'Italia opens its doors for Montreal's annual "Nuit Blanche." Free admission.