Monday, October 29, 2018

Robert Davi at the Ferruccio Lamborghini memorial The Hollywood star enchants Panicarola The gala dinner in honor of the founder of the most sought-after car in the world took place in the splendid estate of the Lamborghini Golf Club in Panicarola, along the shores of Lake Trasimeno. The event was organized by the Assisana actress and manager Debora Cattoni, in collaboration with the Business Partner Mauro Col, with the support of the Financial Advisor Ercole Ciavarroni Special guest of the evening was the American star Robert Davi, who entertained the selected audience by performing some songs by his friend Frank Sinatra, including "My way", "Fly me to the Moon" and "New York, New York". Davi arrived with his flaming Lamborghini, and made a stop at the historic estate where Ferruccio Lamborghini has lived since the seventies giving life to many of his creations. The Ferrarese entrepreneur in Umbria has spent most of his life, making this place an international excellence. Important exponents of the world of entrepreneurship, culture and entertainment were present at the prestigious Gala Dinner.  An evening that particularly valued the delicacies of the local cuisine, dishes and wines of the highest quality, including the full-bodied reds of the Lamborghini winery and the Prosecco Valdobbiadene doc of the farm Magnolias by Francesco Lorenzon di Ponte di Piave (Treviso) , all consumed in the undisputed charm of a location framed among the beauties of Lake Trasimeno. A gala of fundamental importance for the made in Umbria, which emerges winning by proving to be able to host and organize events of international level. In fact, in addition to Robert Davi, an event marked by beauty, good food and art was also attended by the internationally renowned artist Anna Privaloff, a painter native of Cyprus and of Russian origin, who has Donald among her clients Trump, Rotschild, Rockfeller, for the occasion he donated two magnificent portraits, one to Robert Davi and the other to Debora Cattoni. Many artists present including Francesco Verdi, followed by the art critic Vittorio Sgarbi, Alessandra Baruzzo, who took part in the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018 and the Roman painter, but now Umbrian by adoption, Stefania Gubbiotti accompanied by the critic of art and journalist Sonia Terzino. With this event, Umbria becomes an international showcase, a region that may not yet be known but with great potential in the field of tourism, good food and art. Prof. Sonia Terzino journalist and art critic