Learn Music       

in Italian

Italia per Passione has recently become the only centre in Brussel hosting music courses in Italian. The classes are destined to Italians and non- Italians who wish to learn about music in the language of the music!

We offer lessons for individuals and for couples, for children and for adults.

The teachers are all Italian and professional performers.

Individual lesson

40€ for 1h
20€ for 1/2 h

Group or couple lesson

25€ for 1h
15€ for 1/2 h
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Matteo Gemolo: flute 

Born in Venice in 1985, Matteo Gemolo is an Italian flautist, musicologist and Ph.D. candidate at Cardiff University (Wales, U.K.). He has been praised as ‘one of the leading exponents’ in researching and performing contemporary music for period instruments (British Flute Society, 2020). 

Between 2013 and 2015, he worked at the prestigious B. Marcello Conservatoire in Venice, teaching historically informed performance practice for the flute. Since 2016, he has been invited as a lecturer by several institutes in Europe and the U.K., including Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, University of Aveiro, Orpheus Instituut in Gent, University of Huddersfield, and Goldsmith, University of London. He records for internationally renowned labels such as Warner Classics & Erato, Arcana and Glossa. His first solo album La Solitude à deux (Arcana, Outhere Music 2018) has been praised by the critics as a recording of ‘pure beauty, from which emanates rare poetry’ (Laurent Graulus - Musiq3).

His latest recording Affect is no Crime. New Music for Old Instruments (Arcana – Outhere Music, 2019) obtained great recognition from top-ranked magazines including DIAPASON (4 diapason) and AMADEUS (5 stars). Since 2015, he is the artistic director of the Belgian collective Europa Ritrovata.

www.matteogemolo.com

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Roberta Mangano: guitar - history of music

Roberta graduated in classical guitar at the “G.Puccini” Conservatory of Gallarate under the guidance of M. Marco Bonfanti. In 2016 she moved to Brussels where she completed her Master at the Koninklijk Conservatorium with distinction, specializing with Antigoni Goni. Interested in historical instruments, she then studied romantic guitar with Dirk de Hertogh and baroque guitar with Edwin Garcia in Barcelona. At the moment she is finishing her musicology studies at the University of Cremona.
Over the years she has played as a soloist and in chamber ensembles. She also collaborates with the Italian Orchestra "Alchimia", with which she played as a soloist in 2016 and 2018. Her musical projects include Italian repertoire played on historical instruments and crossover performances between music and theater.
As a musicologist she writes the concert notes for various Italian festivals and she has published for the magazine Guitart and Sconfinarte editions.


www.robertamangano.com

Marco Marcelletti: piano

Born on 7th August of 1999 at Penne (PE), he began studying piano in 2009 under the guidance of M° Angelo Trabucco. In 2013 he joined the "Amadeus" youth orchestra directed by Mike Applebaum. He attended the "Berklee Music School at Umbria Jazz Clinics" in Perugia in 2016 and, at the same time, he was admitted to the Bachelor of Jazz Piano at the "L. D'Annunzio " conservatory in Pescara, at the age of sixteen. In 2018 he founded the "Marco Marcelletti Trio" with the drummer Michele Santoleri and the bassist Pietro Pancella. In 2019 he has been selected as an Erasmus+ student by the "Conservatoire Royal De Bruxelles", where he completed his Bachelor in Jazz Piano. In 2020 he joined the Big Band of the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles and he enrolled in the Master courses in Jazz Piano at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel.