Pianist, psychologist and psychoanalyst Dr. Laura Darsié guides us in understanding the uniqueness of the sound experience.
Mº Balmelli, a well-known international conductor and professor at the Conservatory of Italian Switzerland, draws our attention to the characteristics of the conductor’s work, comparable to that of the sculptor, who calls immortal works from raw stone to life. .
The well-known Ticino-based composer Mº Franco Cesarini, professor at the Lugano Conservatory, talks to us in his calm and concise style about the process that leads him to the composition of a piece for orchestra.
The well-known Dutch composer and conductor Hardy Mertens, professor of orchestral conducting and composition at the Tilburg Conservatory, explains in his lively and bubbly language the ten points that inform his creativity and his work.
Mº Serangeli, first solo clarinet of the “Carlo Felice Theater”orchestra in Genoa, briefly outlines the history of his musical vocation and his evolution and maturation as a recognized artist and as fully inserted in a professional orchestra.
Maestro Bona guides us in the art of creating a musical experience through a thoughtful program that is not just a mere list of titles.
“EAWBC: a milestone in the world of conducting”.
Marc Heron, conductor and teacher of “Band conducting” at the Manchester’s Conservatory, gives us a brief overview of the situation of the woman conductor today.
Portuguese phisician Ana Zão talks briefly about her work in contact with professionals who come to her for medical reasons.
Alberto Lori, a famous journalist and science popularizer, presents us in a singular and profound approach the unifying aspect underlying everything visible and experienceable.