Here are some of the topics that have recently been proposed to the public. Topics range from conducting to leadership, from lyric to symphonic, from soundtracks to musical aesthetics, to the relationships between music and literature, music and philosophy. The listening guides were created for institutions and companies such as: National Academy of Santa Cecilia, La Sapienza University (Rome), Teatro Eliseo (Rome), Teatro Vittoria (Rome), IBM, Telecom Italia, Ravello Festival, Richard Wagner Association (Venice), Feltrinelli (Rome, Milan, Turin, Naples), Marco Besso Foundation (Rome), Price Waterhouse, University of Salerno, Salieri Academy (Legnago), Russian Center of Science and Culture (Rome), Salone del Mobile (Milan ), Italian Institute of Culture (Warsaw), University of Kharkiv (Ukraine).

Bach: “Passione secondo Matteo”; “J. S. Bach in the framework of eighteenth-century musical aesthetics “(for University of Salerno)

Beethoven: Piano concert n. 3 – Symphony n. 2 (for Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – Rome); Symphony n. 5, Ninth Symphony

Bartok: Concerto for orchestra (for Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – Rome)

Brahms: The Symphonies

Tchaikovsky: “Francesca da Rimini” and “Swan Lake” (for Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – Rome); Symphony n. 4

Faure: Requiem

Giordano: “Andrea Chénier”

Mahler: Symphony n. 1, Symphony n. 4, Symphony n. 5 (for Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – Rome)

Messiaen: “Quartet for the End of Times” (for La Sapienza University – Rome)

Mozart: “Don Giovanni”; “Magic Flute”; “Requiem”; K364 Concert Symphony; “Jupiter” symphony; the film “Amadeus”

Puccini: “La Bohème”; “Madama Butterfly”; “Tosca”; “Turandot”

Rossini: “The Barber of Seville”; “Cinderella”

Shostakovich: Symphony n. 5 (for Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia – Rome); Shostakovich and the Stalin regime

Schubert: Symphony “Incompiuta”

Verdi: “Verdi and Wagner: two lives and two parallel careers” (for Biblioteca Berio – Genoa); “Giuseppe Verdi’s work: analysis and interpretations through music and literature”; “Requiem”; Othello

Wagner: “Presentation of the book Musica e Sofìa – Philosophical problems in the work of Richard Wagner” (for Richard Wagner Foundation – Venice); “Wagner: musical and philosophical aspects”; “Wagner and Follia – Relations with Nietzsche and with Ludwig II – The figure of Parsifal, the pure fool” (for Ravello Festival); “The Parsifal of Wagner according to Nietzsche: an” ethical absurdity “or” the masterpiece “that he himself wanted to compose” (for University of Salerno); “Wagner’s music as a translation in sounds of Schopenhauer’s thought” (for Roma Tre University, Ministry of Education, University and Research, International Study Conference – Rome); “Lohengrin and Parsifal. The Grail in music according to Richard Wagner ”; “Verdi and Wagner: two lives and two parallel careers”; the “Parsifal”; “The thousand aspects of Wagner. Reasoned guide to listening to a genius “(for Ravello Festival); Wagner and the Ring of the Nibelung (for Teatro Eliseo – Rome); Wagner and Philosophy

Additional conferences:

“Aesthetics and Philosophy of Music – The Reflection of Theodor W. Adorno and His Presence in Thomas Mann’s Doctor Faustus” (for La Sapienza University – Rome)

“Musical aesthetics: music according to the great thinkers”

“Being the conductor of your company” (for Fondirigenti – Rome)

“Musical characters: guide to listening to famous composers”

“The soundtrack of the Suitcase with string: around the world and ethnic groups in music” (for Biblioteca Berio – Genova)

“Music in cartoons”

“Music in Aesthetics from the Greeks to the ‘900”

“The profession of orchestra conductor” (for La Sapienza University, Faculty of Sociology of Work – Rome)

“Leadership Competencies”: “Collaborative influence” (for IBM Rome – Milan)

CD presentation “Between Earth and Heaven” (for Feltrinelli – Rome)

“Musical theories, ways and scales in ancient civilizations”

“An architect and an orchestra conductor talk about how music and the arts have changed between the end of the 1800s and the early 1900s (for Salone del Mobile – Milan)

“Stairs and musical modes: a journey through ancient, classical and sacred music”

“William Shakespeare and music”