From February 17th to March 24th 2021.
The Museo Tattile Statale Omero, in collaboration with the Amici della Lirica "Franco Corelli" of Ancona, has organized a series of online conferences entitled "The voice, mirror of the soul".
The voice as instrument that gives form to one's thoughts, expresses ideas, sensations, emotions. The voice as mirror of the soul, which reveals its personality through its inflections and cadences.
Our scholars and artists will talk about the role of the voice in the arts and the various ways it is used: in the theatre, vocal music, opera, dubbing.
You can watch, and join in, the meetings which will be held on the Museo Omero’s Zoom platform from 18:00 to 19:30 during February and March 2021. Registration is free but limited: send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow the live stream on the Museo Omero YouTube page.
- Wednesday 17 February
La voce specchio del tempo (The voice, mirror of time)
Roberto Morpurgo, writer. Theatrical author and director, he collaborates with the Radio of Italian Switzerland.
- Wednesday 24 February
Cantami o divo (Sing to me, my God) - History gets to work
Alberto Mattioli, writer, music critic at La Stampa of Turin.
- Wednesday 3 March
Melo-Dramma: Quando il Canto si fa Teatro (When singing becomes theatre)
Piero Mioli, writer, lecturer in Music History at the Bologna Conservatory.
- Tuesday 9 March
"Da Tiranno ad Amante" (From Tyrant to Lover). Male voices in melodrama.
Gabriele Cesaretti, literature teacher, writer and journalist, collaborates with numerous national newspapers
- Wednesday 24 March
"La voce è la tua impronta digitale - Il teatro. Il doppiaggio. La vita" Your voice is your fingerprint - The theatre. Dubbing. Life
Luca Violini, actor and voice actor. Founder of Quellicheconlavoce.
- Wednesday April 7 (postponed from March 17)
"Al Tuo Perpetuo Canto" (To Your Perpetual Song). Female voices in melodrama.
Cristiano Veroli, musicologist. He regularly collaborates with the Fondazione dell'Orchestra Regionale delle Marche.
- Thursday April 8
A meeting to celebrate the centenary of Franco Corelli's birth
Fabio Brisighelli, music critic