Overview of Italo

  • Italo Calvino, (born October 15, 1923, Santiago de las Vegas, Cuba—died September 19, 1985, Siena, Italy), Italian journalist, short-story writer, and novelist whose whimsical and imaginative fables made him one of the most important Italian fiction writers in the 20th century.
  • Italo Disco is a mixed-fermentationMixed FermentationMixed fermentation is short for “mixed culture fermentation” and is any fermentation that incorporates brewers yeast, brettanomyces, and bacteria, usually in the form of lactobacillus and pediococcus.
  • Italo exists because in 2003 the Italian parliament passed a law that ended the government train monopoly, but more pertinent, starting around that time, the state built an entirely new system of high-speed track to create the Frecciarossa.
  • Italo disco’s influences include Italian producer Giorgio Moroder, French musician Didier Marouani, French drummer Cerrone, and the San Francisco-based Hi-NRG producer Patrick Cowley, who worked with singers as Sylvester and Paul Parker.
  • Italo disco maintained an influence in the UK’s underground music scenes in the UK, and its impact can be heard in the music of several British electronic acts which include the Pet Shop Boys, Erasure and New Order.[1]
  • Italo trains serve Turin, Milan, Venice, Padua, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, and Salerno (with a number of smaller points in between), but they don’t always use the same train stations that Trenitalia uses.
  • Italo disco evolved from the then-current underground dance, pop, and electronic music, both domestic and foreign (American hi-NRG, French Euro disco) and developed into a diverse genre.
  • Italo offers travelers added comfort with larger windows, wider seats, more elbow room, smoke-free and air conditioned cars, plus the convenience of WiFi.
  • Italo trained at Jacobi Medical Center and Montefiore Medical Center, two Bronx Hospitals ranked among the top 20 busiest ERs in the country.
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    History of Italo

  • In 1899 they filed it’s charter with the State of Rhode Island.
  • In 1975, Italo’s Pizza Shop, Inc.
  • In 1978 the Museo Italo Americano was founded in a small room above Caffè Malvina in San Francisco’s North Beach.
  • In 1983, there were frequent hit singles, and labels such as American Disco, Crash, Merak, Sensation and X-Energy appeared.
  • In 2013, you could hear Umberto Tozzi’s hammy “Gloria” both in the Chilean drama Gloria and in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street.
  • In 2015, NTV announced the procurement of eight additional trains to expand its fleet.[9] These additional units would be from Alstom’s Pendolino family, the maximum speed of which being approximately 50 km/h slower than NTV’s existing AGVs.
  • In 2017, the National Minority Quality Forum named Italo among the 40 Under 40 Leaders in Minority Health.