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Antonio Pisano is a native Italian speaker from Sardegna.

Has a degree in Italian language and literature and a master's degree in liberal arts.

Is an experienced Italian teacher with ten years' experience in Italy, and has taught in America since 2008.

Is passionate about his work and stays updated by traveling to Italy every year.

Is the founder of the "Parlo Italiano Language School" and has lived in the US since 2007 with his Italian wife and daughter. He's an adjunct Italian professor at Seton Hall University, NJ and an Italian teacher and instructor at Berlitz School and ABC Language, NY.

Has excellent credentials in computer science and is a web specialist.

In addition to English, knows Spanish, Portuguese and French and is a great communicator.

Has professional experience in tourism and in organizing cultural events (concerts, museums, exhibitions); and in projects management.

Has several hobbies including: cooking, music, reading, cinema and sports.


Valeria Tuveri is a native Italian speaker with a University degree in English language and literature.

She wrote her thesis on African-American literature at Columbia University.
Has extensive knowledge of the cultures and traditions of both Italy and the US. 
Has taught "English as a Second language" in Italy.

As a teenager spent a year as a foreign exchange student in Minnesota, and has also lived in New York. She now lives in New Jersey.
Is a connoisseur of cuisine and an excellent cook.
Is an expert on tourism, a field in which she has worked since 1998.
Has several hobbies including: cooking, music, literature, cinema and TV.


Simona Martore has lived and worked in the US for over a decade.

Moved to the U.S. in 2005 to get her bachelor’s degree in History and to refine her knowledge of English .

Has since worked as a freelance translator and as Editorial Assistant in the Publishing and Entertainment industries.

Plays several instruments and performs regularly with her husband and their band.

Her love of music and foreign languages gave her the idea of teaching Italian through music.

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