Well known abruzzese scholars

Domenico Di Virgilio. Ethnomusicologist.

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Anna Maria Ioannoni Fiore, musicologist, pianist and cultural promoter, graduated in Piano and Artistic, Musical and Theatre Disciplines (Bologna). Her research focuses on the musical heritage of Abruzzo (Italy), with particular attention to the development of the Oratorio in the region, on the composers and music teachers of the XIX Century as well as on musical iconography. Author of several research papers, she conducts study and research activities on music history and has attended national and international conferences. She has lectured at University of Teramo, University of Bra (Cuneo) and University of Tver’ (Russia). She was head of research for the province of Teramo during the I Censimento regionale sulle fonti musicali in Abruzzo (Regional census of musical sources in Abruzzo, Ismez 2001) and took part in the European project Images of Music (UE-Ismez 2003) as a researcher. Since 2011 her research has focused on musical artistic research. She represented the Conservatoire of Music “L. D’Annunzio” of Pescara during the foundation of RAMI (Associazione per la Ricerca Artistica Musicale in Italia, Italian Association for Artistic Research in Music) of which she is now Vice President. She taught Piano at the Conservatoire of Music “G. da Venosa” of Potenza until 2001. Since 2002 she has taught History of music for Didactics at the Conservatoire of Pescara.