Enzo Fornione

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The Orange Side

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  • Label: Da Vinci Jazz
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Enzo Fornione, piano

Enzo Fornione began studying music at the age of nine. He graduated at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Turin and studied jazz and composition with Palmino Pia.
He presented his own final-year essays as a sophomore and he won a scholarship at the third year of study.
After a classical education, he ranged among different musical genres driven by an innate artistic curiosity, creating his own multifaceted style, including pop, jazz and contemporary music.
In the jazz scene, he was the leader of the group New Swing Quartet.it (piano and voice) recording a double live CD awarded with the first prize at the Festival of Voghera. He was also a guest on the TV program “Periferie” broadcasted on RAI1 in Italy as well as in France.
As a pianist, he performed many concerts all over Italy, from Puccini Festival of Viareggio, Christmas Festival of Aosta, Altomonte Festival of Cosenza, in music conservatories, jazz clubs, theaters, from Torino Jazz to the Blue Note in Milan.
He recorded a CD “MILO” (Piano / Guitar) with Luca Allievi, original pieces with a latin jazz nuance composed by the two musicians. He collaborated with the actors Corrado Vallerotti and Mario Bois in presenting a musical/theatrical show based on the movie “La Leggenda del Pianista sull’Oceano”. He composed the music for the Primoatto Theater Company’s show “Andy & Norman” and “Il Calapranzi” by H.Pinter directed by Mario Bois and performed by Alessandro Cosentini and Paolo Tibaldi.
He is the arranger and pianist for Giacomo Manfredi’s CDs “The Dancer” and “Song of light and darkness”; he is the pianist for Chiara Rosso’s CD “H2o” distributed by Egea for Italy.
He composed the music for the documentary “Assolo” and for the audio book “Nel tempo di un caffè” by M. Cadorin with the remarkable performance of Michele Placido, among other actors.
He wrote some songs for the latest Kachupa’s CD “Giù la maschera” and the book of spiritual poems “Ladro di Parole” that won the Jury Prize at the European writing contest “Penna D’Autore”.
He currently teaches at FFM of Fossano (IT).

Waltraud Stumme

coverexplorationsExplorations, Markus Stockhausen conducting the masterclass on Intuitive Music and More at San Quirico

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  • Tonal waves  Abstract textures 1  Minimal floating  Abstract textures 2  Bansuri variations  Experimental  Imaginations
Markus Stockhausen, Stephanie Lepp, Beate Schmalbrock, Waltraud Stumme, Marta Arcodia, Agata Feudale Foti, Carmelo Lamonica, Ivan Corona, Fabio Arcodia, Giuseppe Trimarchi, Michael Schreiber, Veit Winkler, Davide Camarda, Nahyoun Kim
Born the 5 February 1954 in Hamburg/Germany started to play the violine when she was 12 years old. She had classical violin lessons for 10 years from Renate Schmidt and played in a variety of Quartets and Trios.  Since 2011 she participated on several workshops of Markus Stockhausen to expand the repertoire of various stylistic directions to express music. Since 2016 she gets  gypsy jazz lessons from Benjamin Wiegand.
Waltraud Stumme works as a teacher for art at the Fachschule für Sozialpädagogik in Hamburg. She also is involved in painting

Markus Stockhausen, Explorations

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Title:

Explorations, Markus Stockhausen conducting the masterclass on Intuitive Music and More at San Quirico

Artist:

Markus StockhausenStephanie Lepp, Beate Schmalbrock, Waltraud Stumme, Marta Arcodia, Agata Feudale Foti, Carmelo Lamonica, Ivan Corona, Fabio Arcodia, Giuseppe Trimarchi, Michael Schreiber, Veit Winkler, Davide Camarda, Nahyoun Kim

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From the booklet: “In the year 2014, the Italian pianist and teacher Alessandra Garosi invited Markus Stockhausen to conduct a seminar on “Intuitive Music and More” at the “Musica negli Horti” Festival in S.Quirico d’ Orcia, Toscany. It finally took place in the summer of 2015. Twelve musicians from Germany, Austria and Italy met for four days and worked intensively on Intuitive Music under the guidance of Markus Stockhausen.” TRACKLIST

[1] Tonal waves
[2] Abstract textures 1
[3] Minimal floating
[4] Abstract textures 2
[5] Bansuri variations
[6] Experimental
[7] Imaginations

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  • Label: Da Vinci Classics
  • Genre: New Music Masterworks
  • Period: 21th Century
  • Catalogue No: C00002
  • Barcode: 0806810508879

A project created and coordinated by Alessandra Garosi
Produced by “Festival Musica negli Horti”
Performed on July 9-10, 2015 in Palazzo Chigi, S. Quirico d’Orcia (Siena)
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Giovanni Caruso
All digital paintings by Tania Schifano ©
Design and art direction by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
Produced by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
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LISZT: PIANO WORKS ON AUTHENTIC ERARD 1852

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Composer:

Franz LISZT

Title:

Piano works on authentic instrument Erard 1852

Artist:

MARIA LUISA MACELLARO LA FRANCA

 

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From the booklet: “Franz Liszt was one of the leaders of the Romantic movement. The imaginative and technical methods in his compositions left their mark upon his forward-looking contemporaries and anticipated greatly 20th-century ideas; he made a radical experiments in harmony evolving the ‘transformation of themes’ and ideals and aspirations of the 19th century more than any other major musician.” TRACKLIST

[1] Mephisto Waltz No.1, S.514
From Consolations (Pensées poétiques), S.172
[2] No.1, Andante con moto in E major
[3] No.2, Un poco più mosso in E major
[4] No.3, Lento placido in D-flat major
[5] No.4 Quasi Adagio in D-flat major
[6] Romance oubliée, S.527
From Années de pèlerinage II (Deuxième année: Italie), S.161
[7] Sonetto 123 del Petrarca
[8] Sposalizio

+Bonus Track

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  • Composer(s): Franz Liszt
  • Label: Da Vinci Classics
  • Genre: Chamber Music
  • Period: 19th Century
  • Catalogue No: C00014
  • Barcode: 0806810877982
  • Physical Release: 12/2016

Design and art direction by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
Produced by 一般社団法人 Osaka Mozart Association
The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Osaka Mozart Association

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

SCORES

Pedal excercition, for viola (trans. by Marco Misciagna) DV 20095 1 Pages 12,90 Euro ert
Sonata in a minor, for viola (trans. by Marco Misciagna) DV 20096 12 Pages 12,90 Euro ert

Profile

 (b Weimar, 8 March 1714; d Hamburg, 14 Dec 1788). Composer and church musician, the second surviving son of Johann Sebastian Bach and his first wife, Maria Barbara. He was the most important composer in Protestant Germany during the second half of the 18th century, and enjoyed unqualified admiration and recognition particularly as a teacher and keyboard composer.
Profile from The New Grove dictionary of Music and Musicians

Jacques Bittner

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Suite for viola (trans. by Marco Misciagna) DV 20097 12 Pages 12,90 Euro ert  

 

Profile

(fl 1680). Austro-Bohemian lutenist and composer. The few lines devoted to him in Baron’s Untersuchung (1727) are misleading as regards his publications. His Pieces de lut (1682), engraved by G. de Groos, then residing in Prague, and with a title-page by Karel Skreta, contains 53 technically demanding pieces for 11-course lute. The collection is dedicated to Johann Peter Pedroni, a wealthy citizen and tradesman in Prague. The pieces are grouped into ten suites, generally following the allemande–courante–sarabande–gigue pattern, each (except the second) preceded by a prélude non mesuré. French influence is evident, for example in the ornamentation, but the cantabile style of the music, praised by Baron, reveals the aesthetic approach of the Germanic school initiated by Esaias Reusner.

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Marco Misciagna

Born in 1984, at the only age of fifteen, Marco Misciagna achieved his Diploma in violin and then in viola with full marks at the State Conservatory of Music “N. Piccinni” in Bari. He subsequently obtained his Diploma in viola with distinction at “Santa Cecilia Academy” in Rome. Recognized as one of the best students of the Conservatory, he was invited to the Quirinal Palace in Rome by the Ex-President of the Italian Republic Ciampi. Considered as one of the most virtuous and talented artist of his generation, he continued his development under the guidance of C.Romano and D.Trkulja (ex first violin of the famous Zagreb Quartet) and the great violist Michel Kugel.

Chosen by M° Boris Belkin and M° Yuri Bashmet, he perfected his skills following the International Courses at the Chigiana Academy of Music in Siena, where he was awarded two Honour Diplomas and won the Prize “Monte dei Paschi di Siena” twice, as best violinist and best viola player in the school (actually the first time in the history of the Academy). He continued further study at the “W.Stauffer” Academy in Cremona with Salvatore Accardo and at the “Fiesole School of Music” with P.Vernikov. In 1999 he won the First Prize for young talented musicians “M.Benvenuti” of Vittorio Veneto and he was invited to take part in the Moscow international N.Paganini violin Competition where he was the only Italian member who had the great opportunity to play in the concert halls of the prestigious Moscow State Conservatory. He has pursued a brilliant career as a soloist, performing with several national and international orchestra, winning great popular and critical acclaim.

He played “The four Seasons” by A.Vivaldi, the Concerts for viola by Telemann, Bach, Handel, Rolla, Stamitz and Hoffmeister, “Rondò in A-Dur D438” by F.Schubert, the Symphonie Concertante K364 by W.A.Mozart for violin and viola, the Concert n. 2 “La Campanella”, the “Carnevale di Venezia” and the “Sonata per la Grand’ Viola” by N.Paganini, the Concert n.1 in F sharp minor by H.Wieniawski, the “Tzigane” by Ravel, the Concert in D-Dur op.35 by Tchaikowsky, the Concert op.77 by Brahms, “Zigeunerweisen” op.20 by Sarasate, the Concert op.14 by S.Barber, the Concert for viola by W.Walton.

He recorded a CD produced by Dynamic label, supported by the Lions Club (recordings of live performances of Wieniawski “Mazurke” for violin and piano, N.Paganini “Duo Merveille” for violin solo, H.W.Ernst “The last rose in the summer” for violin solo): the proceeds from the sale of the cds went to charity in order to help for the built of a centre for childhood. He played chamber music with several ensembles like the Ensemble Meditèrranèe, Hipponion Ensemble, Ensemble 2 Agosto, Quatuor Abime, Ensemble Oscar Niemeyer, Kissar Ensemble with musicians such as Antony Pay, F.Petracchi, M.Caroli, A.Markov, N.Lomeiko, R.Giordano, M.Wolf, M.Sirbu, R.Bahrami, V.Zubitsky and many others.

He recorded with the labels DAD-Records, Phoenix Classics, Terramiamusic, DigressioneContemplattiva. Some of his violin revisions were published by the publishing house Berben and he published his viola solo arrangements for Partitura Verlag. He was for years Principal Viola Soloist of String Orchestra in Malaga (Spain) with whom he recorded for Deutsche Grammophon together with the legendary guitar quartet “Los Romeros”.

He performed in the most famous concert halls of Europe such as the Berliner Philarmonie, Essen Philarmonie, Hamburg Laieszahalle, Mannheim Rosengarten, the Meistersingerhalle Nurimberg, the Prinzeregententheatre of Munich, Arriaga Theatre in Bilbao, Victoria Eugenia Theatre in San Sebastian, Sala Sinopoli Auditorium Parco della musica of Rome and in the most prestigious halls of America such as the Balboa Theatre in San Diego – California, the Fox Tucson Theatre, S. Francis Auditorium in Santa Fe – New Mexico, the C.W.Eiseman Center, the Rudder Theatre, the Empire Theatre in Texas, the American Theatre in Hampton – Virginia, the Lehman Center and Carnegie Hall of New York and many others. He has been invited to teach Master Classes at the “Real Conservatorio Superior Reina Sofia” in Madrid, at the “Royal Irish Academy of Music” in Dublin, at Istanbul University State Conservatory and Hacettepe University Ankara State Conservatory (Turkey) and in other important academies. His repertoire includes his arrangements\transcription and pieces for solo viola which has never been played before, such as M.Vieux, M.Anzoletti, Casimir Ney, A.Rolla, H.Von Steiner, Hermann, as well as Bach, Telemann, Biber, Hindemith and many others.

He was Professor of violin and viola at the Italian Conservatory in Paris and Hight School of Music and Arts IMEP of Namur (Belgium). He is member of Artistic Advisory Board (strings tutor, trainer, leader and concertmaster) of the Youth Philharmonic International Orchestra (a Project of Turken Foundation) based in New York. Actually he is Professor of viola at the Superior State Conservatory “Gesualdo da Venosa” of Potenza (Italy) and Honorary Professor at the “S.Rachmaninov” State Conservatory (Tambov-Russia) and Far Eastern State Academy of Art (Vladivostok-Russia).

Flavio Emilio Scogna

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E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: Misericordiæ Vultus

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  • Inno  Alma Redemptoris Mater  Stabat Mater  Adoro te devote  Summa  Vater Unser  Ave Maris Stella  Liturgia delle ore – Orchestral Suite  Luce  O Infinito Silenzio
Roberto Abbondanza, Mauro Tortorelli, Rodolfo Bonucci, Bibiana Carusi, Angelo Colone, Nello Salza, Alessandro Albenga, Coro Musicanova, Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble, Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Fidelis et Amati Orchestra

He was culturally and musically formed in the cities of Genoa, Bologna and Rome where he studied conducting and composition. He achieved his degree in Music at the University of Bologna. In 1982/83 he studied conducting with Franco Ferrara and from 1984 to 1988 he collaborated with Luciano Berio.

Scogna’s works are performed in the most prestigious places (Accademia Nazionale di S.Cecilia, Teatro Comunale di Firenze, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Auditorium Nacional in Madrid, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma) and they are recorded on RCA, BMG Ariola as well as broadcasted by the major european radios and televisions (RAI, BBC, RNE, BRT, Radio France amongst the others). In 1998 he represented the RAI television network at the Prix Italia, with the radio work “L’Arpa Magica” based on a text by E. Sanguineti. He has given lectures and seminars regarding his own compositions, in Europe and in several colleges in the United States. In October 2002 Flavio Emilio Scogna successfully conducted “La memoria perduta” (directed by Pier-Alli), work commissioned by the Rome Opera House.

Besides being a composer, from 1990 he is an international acclaimed Orchestra Conductor both in the classical and operatic repertoire (He has revalued important classics and has often edited them personally, such as Pergolesi, Boccherini and Rossini), in the twentieth century and contemporary repertoire with a very large number of premieres (he is now considered one of the most popular conductors between tha major living composers) and in the historic twentieth century (Satie and Rota, for whom he pressed the first global record of the work “I due timidi”).

He directed some of the most important international symphonic orchestras such as the Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rai Symphonic Orchestra, the RTVE Symphony Orchestra, the Rome Opera House Orchestra, the Hungarian State Symphonic Orchestra, the Raanana Sinfonietta of Israel, the Icelandic Symphonic Orchestra, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice, the Orchestre Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy, the Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano Orchestra, the Sicilian Symphonic Orchestra, the Filarmonica Toscanini Orchestra and the National Academy Orchestra of Santa Cecilia, as well as internationally acclaimed ensembles such as Alternance in Paris, The Accademia Bizantina, Circulo in Madrid and the Ensemble Strumentale Scaligero. In 1995 he directed the opening concert for the celebration of the centenary of the International Music Festival of the Biennale di Venezia.

From 1999 he conducts the Cantelli Orchestra and the Symphonic Orchestra of Italy in Milan for the concerts of the music festival NovecentoMusica with Luigi Pestalozza as artistic director. Flavio Emilio Scogna’s discography is very rich and comprises recordings for BMG (RCA Red Seal), Brilliant Classic, Curci, RicordiMediastore, FonitCetra, Dynamic, Tactus and Bongiovanni. His CD recording of Schnittke’s works (Dymanic S 2030) gained the highest rating (10) given by the magazine Répertoire in the year 2000. From 2006 to 2009 he is conductor of the Ensemble Contemporaneo of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia and in 2009 he is Principal Conductor of the Bari’s Symphony Orchestra. In 2013 he received the Vittorio De Sica award (Premio De Sica) for Classical Music, award bestowned also to Abbado, Berio and Muti in the past years.

Nello Salza

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E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: Misericordiæ Vultus

  • C00022, 0806810877852
  • Inno  Alma Redemptoris Mater  Stabat Mater  Adoro te devote  Summa  Vater Unser  Ave Maris Stella  Liturgia delle ore – Orchestral Suite  Luce  O Infinito Silenzio
Roberto Abbondanza, Mauro Tortorelli, Rodolfo Bonucci, Bibiana Carusi, Angelo Colone, Nello Salza, Alessandro Albenga, Coro Musicanova, Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble, Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Fidelis et Amati Orchestra

The Oscar prizes to the composers Ennio Morricone for “The Hateful Eights” and to Nicola Piovani for “La Vita è bella”, appointed Nello Salza as “The trumpet of the Italian Cinema” as critics acclaimed him for his thirty year activity as interpreter of many unforgettable themes, many times composed for him, by the most celebrated composers of Cinema an TV. Since 1984 he recorded over 400 soundtracks as soloist trumpet for the composers E. Morricone, N. Piovani, A. Trovajoli, R. Ortolani, P. Piccioni, L. Bacalov, R. Pregadio, B. Conti, F. De Masi, F. Piersanti, S. Cipriani, A. North, R. Serio, A. Di Pofi, B. Zambrini, F. Carpi in films like “La Vita è Bella”, “L’intervista”, “ La voce della Luna”, “ C’era una volta in America”, “La Leggenda del Pianista sull’ Oceano”,”Nuovo Cinema Paradiso”, “La Famiglia”, “La Piovra”, “IL Postino”,”Cuore”, “Pinocchio”, “Il Caimano”, “La Sindrome di Stendhal”, “Gli Intoccabili”, “Il Marchese del Grillo” and in the Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece “the hateful eights”.

He had been also principal soloist trumpet for  Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, were he worked with conductors likeG.L. Gelmetti, F. Mannino, N. Santi, G. Ferro, G. Patanè, D. Oren, Y. Ahronovitch, G. Kuhn, J. Tate, J. Nelson, B. Bartoletti, G. Bertini, M. Armiliato, Z. Pesko, D. Renzetti, W. Humburg, G.L. Zampieri; He also played in this role for Teatro S.Carlo di Napoli, l’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, l’Orchestra regionale Toscana e l’Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI. With  Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia he toured worldwide with conductors like  L. Bernstein, L. Maazel, G. Pretre, W. Sawallisch, D. Gatti, G. Sinopoli,C. Thielemann. He also collaborated with numerous important institutions like   Gran Teatro “La Fenice” di Venezia, Orchestra da Camere Italiana (Dir. S. Accardo), Orchestra Regionale Toscana, Orchestra “A. Toscanini” di Parma, Solisti Aquilani, Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, Unione Musicisti di Roma, AMIT- Accademia Musicale Italiana, Orchestra G. Cantelli, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma. Guest in many Italian TV programs, had recorded many CD’s as solist ranging from classical to pop and movies OST. Winner of many competitions, he also won two National competitions for teaching in the Italian Conservatories. Many collaborations with with artists such S. Accardo, U. Ughi, L. Pavarotti, J. Carreras, P. Domingo,  K. Ricciarelli,  A. Bocelli, D. Modugno, Mina, C. Baglioni, A. Stewart, Zucchero, M. Nava, M.Gazzè.

 As a Yamaha artist he projected and signatured two trumpets (Bb and C). Nello was born in Sutri (Viterbo) and studied under  Leonardo Nicosia and Biagio Bartiloro

Marco Frisina

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E.Scogna, G.Caruso, M.Frisina, S.Lentini, A.Pärt, C.Carrara: Misericordiæ Vultus

  • C00022, 0806810877852
  • Inno  Alma Redemptoris Mater  Stabat Mater  Adoro te devote  Summa  Vater Unser  Ave Maris Stella  Liturgia delle ore – Orchestral Suite  Luce  O Infinito Silenzio
Roberto Abbondanza, Mauro Tortorelli, Rodolfo Bonucci, Bibiana Carusi, Angelo Colone, Nello Salza, Alessandro Albenga, Coro Musicanova, Orchestra da Camera “B. Marcello”, The City of Rome Contemporary Music Ensemble, Nova Amadeus Chamber Orchestra, Monesis Ensemble, Flavio Emilio Scogna, Vocal Ensemble Flos Florum, Fidelis et Amati Orchestra

Nato a Roma nel 1954, dopo gli studi classici si è diplomato in Composizione al Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia. Dopo aver compiuto gli studi teologici, si è specializzato in Sacra Scrittura al Pontificio Istituto Biblico. Ordinato sacerdote nel 1982, da allora svolge il suo ministero nella Diocesi di Roma. Dal 1991 al 2011 è stato Direttore dell’Ufficio Liturgico del Vicariato di Roma ed attualmente è Presidente della Commissione Diocesana per l’Arte Sacra ed i Beni Culturali, Consultore del Pontificio Consiglio per la Promozione della Nuova Evangelizzazione e Rettore della Basilica di Santa Cecilia in Trastevere. Tiene corsi presso la Pontificia Università della Santa Croce e il Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra. Autore di numerosi canti liturgici, nel 1984 ha fondato – e da allora dirige – il Coro della Diocesi di Roma, con il quale anima le più importanti liturgie diocesane, alcune delle quali presiedute dal Santo Padre. Dal 1991 è anche Maestro Direttore della Pontificia Cappella Musicale Lateranense. Nello stesso periodo ha avuto inizio la sua collaborazione al progetto internazionale della Rai “Bibbia” sia come consulente biblista che autore delle musiche dei film prodotti. Oltre al “Progetto Bibbia”, negli anni ha composto le colonne sonore di oltre trenta film a tema storico e religioso. Ha composto numerosi Oratori sacri ispirati a personaggi biblici o alla vita di grandi santi.  È stato responsabile musicale di alcuni importanti eventi del Grande Giubileo 2000, come la Giornata Mondiale della Gioventù e il Giubileo delle Famiglie e, nel 2008, dell’evento RAI “La Bibbia Giorno e Notte”. Per la Diocesi di Roma, è stato responsabile musicale nelle Liturgie per la Beatificazione di papa Giovanni Paolo II, di cui ha anche composto l’Inno Ufficiale. È ideatore e autore de “La Divina Commedia”, prima trasposizione musicale del capolavoro dantesco, che ha debuttato nel 2007. Dal gennaio 2009 è in scena il suo secondo lavoro per il teatro: “Il miracolo di Marcellino”. È anche autore delle musiche dell’opera “In Hoc Signo”, rappresentata a Belgrado nel 2013 in occasione del millenario dell’Editto di Milano. Da anni porta questa sua esperienza di sacerdote, musicista e docente in moltissime Diocesi italiane ed estere.