► from 16 June to 15 July 2020
every tuesday and wednesday from 21.00 to 23.00 on the Zoom web-site
→ application by 13 June (sold out)
► autumn 2020
► TUESDAY 16 JUNE
h. 21.00 Marco Berrini | A must for the choirs: music literacy
h. 22.00 Lorenzo Fattambrini | African-american music, spiritual, blues & friends
► WEDNESDAY 17 JUNE
h. 21.00 Franca Floris | Approaches, methodologies and repertoires to make teenagers sing
h. 22.00 Giovanni Bonato | Quarantine space: choral distances in score | featuring Mauro Zuccante
► TUESDAY 23 JUNE
h. 21.00 Bepi De Marzi and Marco Maiero | Between past and future poetry becomes music | featuring Carlo Berlese
h. 22.00 Fabrizio Vestri | Not only Virtual COVID-Choir: technology opens up new perspectives for us
► WEDNESDAY 24 JUNE
h. 21.00 Lorenzo Donati | Contemporary music: choral evolutions in the 21st century
h. 22.00 Franco Fussi | Which mask? Warming up and hydration as a prevention from vocal stress
► TUESDAY 30 JUNE
h. 21.00 Lia Serafini | The singing teaches balance. Approach singing with the wisdom of the body
h. 22.00 Giovanni Acciai | Vocal ensemble and future: how has executive practice changed?
► WEDNESDAY 1 JULY
h. 21.00 Maria Dal Bianco | Pre-polyphony and surroundings: from monks to #lockdown
h. 22.00 Loris Di Leo | Invisible but essential: the pianist who saves us
► TUESDAY 7 JULY
h. 21.00 Roberta Paraninfo | Is the game singing or to sing is a game? Children voices!
h. 22.00 Piero Monti | Singing at the opera. And the opera for the choirs?
► WEDNESDAY 8 JULY
h. 21.00 Alessandro Cadario | Choir arrangments: from A to POP
h. 22.00 Paola Folli | How I sing pop music: from soloist to singer
► TUESDAY 14 JULY
h. 21.00 Rinaldo Alessandrini | Monteverdi's madrigalistic language
h. 22.00 Petra Grassi | Singing in a choir: a journey without borders
► WEDNESDAY 15 JULY
h. 21.00 Nicola Campogrande | Festival and classical projects: what's with the choirs?
h. 22.00 Luigi Marzola | Romantic souls: Brahms, Mendelssohn & Co.
To join Coro Lab WEB 20.20 (first part, 20 hours) it is necessary to fill in the online registration form. The cost of participation for the first part of the course is € 60 for Feniarco members and € 80 for non-members.
The on-line registration form must be completed with the payment of the participation fee by bank transfer, paypal card or credit card.
Bank transfer data: account in the name of Feniarco at Banca Intesa Sanpaolo, branch of Milano, Piazza Paolo Ferrari 10 -
At the end of the webinar (first part) a certificate of participation will be issued to all those who have reached at least 70% attendance.
For any request or information you can write to: firstname.lastname@example.org