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Giovanna Conforto
  • Female
  • Rome, Florence
  • Italy
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Professional Storyteller is a network for people who work in the field of oral storytelling. Please write a brief paragraph about your work.
Giovanna Conforto has studied Storytelling in Italy, England and Canada and has
participated in numerous events and festivals in Italy, England, Canada
Switzerland, Germany, Serbia, and Palestine. She tells in English, Italian and


Have you ever wondered what true stories of unrequited love and passion are locked behind the doors of the Roman and Palazzi? What secret tales of betrayal, intrigue and adventure are etched in the stones of Roman streets?

Let the dynamic duo of Strolling Stories guide you through a fascinating discovery of Rome in the glorious past as you take a leisurely stroll through the city. We have created a unique series of wandering itineraries through the narrow cobbled streets of the Eternal City so you can admire the suggestive sites were the story unfolds as Giovanna Conforto recounts the breathtaking adventures.

Giovanna Conforto runs "The Circle of Storytellers' evening dedicated to
Oral Narration every last Tuesday of the month at the Hula Hoop Club
Via de 'Magistris 91-93. Rome

with Giovanna Conforto
produced by and for the Festival Ulicnih Svirac-Novi Sad-Serbia
A tribute to the great text by Carlo Collodi told in "no language"
The base language of the narrative can be Italian, English or French, but the
widespread use of onomatopoeia and grammelot as well as thepresence of panel
paintings by Lavinia Cannizzaro makes it understandable to all children,
adults. Italians or not.

"Between Table and Fable " explores the relationship between stories and
the act of eating, intense and intriguing. The stories can be matched with
the taste of the dishes in the stories. Experience for all senses.
In the Tuscan version many of the stories come from the Decameron.


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At 6:21am on December 21, 2010, Martin Manasse said…

Lovely to hear from you.  I am delighted to be your friend.  Happy Christmas.



At 12:52pm on October 8, 2009, Coralia Rodríguez said…
Cara Giovanna, merci pour ton message, désolée, mais je serai à Dijon, en France, jusqu'à dimanche prochain dans un festival. Bon séjour à Genève et à la prochaine...
At 10:25am on October 7, 2009, Diana Bertoldi said…
Ciao tesoro, è un piacere averti qui. A presto
At 7:25am on October 7, 2009, Diana Bertoldi said…
Ciao cara, grazie mille per la dritta. Un grande in bocca al lupo anche a te.
E un abbraccio
At 12:59am on October 7, 2009, Rebecca L. Buscemi said…
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