FACULTY & GUESTS

pic5Lorenzo Frassà is Honorary member of the Centro Studi Opera omnia Luigi Boccherini-Onlus (Lucca). He graduated in musicology at the University of Pavia/Cremona in 2003 with a dissertation in opera history entitled «Il teatro musicale di G. Rossini, 1810-1823: relazioni con le fonti e varianti d'autore: alcune considerazioni». In 2005 he founded the agency of artist representation and music promotion MAGADIS International Music Agency. In 2006 he set up, as sole administrator, the BravoMaestro company which runs the <www.bravomaestro.com> portal for the online sale of classical music. His fields of research particularly concern the operatic world in the eighteenth-twentieth centuries. He edited the volumes "The Opéra-comique in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries", Turnhout, Brepols (Speculum Musicae, 15) and "Verdi Reception" with Michela Niccolai (Studies on Italian Music History, 7). He's artistic director of the Festival Boccherini.

pic5Roberto Illiano is General Secretary of the Centro Studi Opera omnia Luigi Boccherini-Onlus (Lucca) and President of the Italian National Edition of Muzio Clementi’s Complete Works. He collaborated with the Stichting-Fondazione Pietro Antonio Locatelli of Amsterdam-Cremona since 1999. General Editor of the series ‘Speculum Musicae’ and ‘Mise en scène’ (Brepols Publishers), he is a member of the advisory board of the Italian National Edition of Luigi Boccherini’s Complete Works (Secretary Treasurer). A founder of «Ad Parnassum. A Journal on Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music» (Ut Orpheus Edizioni), he is also on the advisory board of the ‘Quaderni Clementiani’ and ‘Collección Musica’ (Editorial Doble J). He has published a variety of writing on 19th- and 20th-century music, and has edited the volumes «Muzio Clementi. Studies and Prospects» (with L.L. and M. Sala, 2002), «Italian Music during the Fascist Period» (2004), «Music and Dictatorship in Europe and Latin America» (with M. Sala, 2009), «Instrumental Music and the Industrial Revolution» (with L.L. Sala, 2010), «Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812): A Bohemian Composer en voyage through Europe», (with R. H. Stewart-MacDonald, 2012), «VIVA V.E.R.D.I.: Music from Risorgimento to the Unification of Italy» (2013), «Orchestral Conducting in the Nineteenth Century» (with M. Niccolai, 2014). He is contributing the articles on ‘Muzio Clementi’ and ‘Music and Italian Fascism’ for «Oxford Bibliographies Online» (OUP).

pic5With a diploma in piano (Conservatorio Luigi Boccherini, Lucca) and a degree with distinction and the right of publication in musicology (University of Pavia), in 1994 Fulvia Morabito joined the editorial staff of the Stichting-Fondazione Pietro Antonio Locatelli (Amsterdam-Lucca) as editor of the Locatelli Opera omnia; at the same time, involved in research, she published many pieces including monographs, edited works, articles, sleeve notes, etc. In 2003 she was nominated as expert in the subject "Baroque and Classical Music" at the University of Pavia. In 2004 she was among the founders of the biannual journal Ad Parnassum. A Journal of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music and of Ad Parnassum Studies (Ut Orpheus Edizioni). Since 2005 she has been General Editor of the Monumenta Musica Europea series (Brepols Publishers) and member of the scientific committee of the Italian National Edition of Luigi Boccherini's Opera omnia (Ut Orpheus Edizioni). Since 2008 she has been member of the Advisory Board of the Francesco Geminiani's Opera Omnia (Ut Orpheus Edizioni). She is currently President of the Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini–Onlus, Lucca.

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pic5A graduate in musicology from the University of Pavia (Italy), with a DMA in piano, Massimiliano Sala is on the Board of the Scholarly Committees of the Italian National Edition of Muzio Clementi’s Complete Works and Italian National Edition of Luigi Boccherini's Complete Works. He is currently Vice President of the Centro Studi Opera Omnia Luigi Boccherini–Onlus, Lucca.He is also a founder of Ad Parnassum. A Journal on Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Instrumental Music (Ut Orpheus Edizioni) and on the editorial committee of the series Boccherini Studies and Quaderni Clementiani. His publications include articles on eighteenth- to twentieth-centuries music, such as 'Giovanni Battista Viotti's Quartets from Paris to London' (Poznań 2006), ‘New Evidence on Dussek’s Life and Works. Unpublished Correspondence and Concert Advertisements’ (Bologna 2012), ‘Compositori e funzionari. Una riflessione sulla politica fascista del consenso’ (Kassel 2012), ‘The Politic of Spectacle: Italian Music and Fascist Propaganda’ (Belgrade, 2012), ‘Italian Music and Racial Discourses during the Fascist Period’ (CUP 2007). He has contributed articles for Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart 2. He is contributing the articles on ‘Jan Ladislav Dussek’, ‘Giovanni Battista Viotti’ and 'Ildebrando Pizzetti' for «Oxford Bibliographies Online» (OUP).