l'evoluzione della filosofia occidentale
opera lirica in tre atti
L'azione è ambientata nell' VI sec. a.C. , si svolge nell' isola
di Samo, in Egitto ed in Medio Oriente per poi spostarsi a
Kroton e finirà a Metaponto .
Personal Manager of Maestro Alessandro Valtulini
Born: 24 February 1955
Languages: Italian, English
ACADEMIC AND OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS
Specialised in electronics as a technical operator of radio and television equipment for the
state-owned Italian radio and television station RAI (Radio Televisione Italia).
Received an arts degree in Rome focused on music, entertainment,
and a further degree at the Faculty of Humanities at the State University of Calabria.
Worked as a chief tecnician for RAI for 32 years at the Division of TV Production and Great
Published an essay on history, art, psychology, and religious anthropology entitled “La
Madonna e la Grande Madre" published by Feltrinelli Edition.
Currently the personal manager of ALESSANDRO VALTULINI whom he
believes has great potential as does his music. Has arranged two
interviews with Valtulini on the RAI and RAI International TV channel in
all the world regarding his World’s Premiere Debut in London with the
The meeting with Maestro Alessandro Valtulini, in 2011, is a casual event.
Valtulini accepted to compose my book Opera "Pithagora".
An opera written and studied for a long time, in ten years.
A serious Opera, philosophical and historical text, the foundation of a
philosophical movement that he founded and inspired our Western world.
From the Roman Empire to modern states, inspired science and social orders
in the rules and laws.
He, as personal manager, organized the World's Premiere Debut of
ALESSANDRO VALTULINI with the Philharmonia Orchestra at Cadogan
Hall, presenting the young composer and conductor at the London
audience, classical music fans and music critics.
The World’s Premiere Debut’s concert has a special dedication to the
English Royal Family, especially to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II,
specially, presenting three Symphony Works : the Ouverture in D Minor
“ Mountbatten Windsor A.V. 26 for His Royal Highness Prince Charles of
Wales, the Ouverture in E Minor “ Imperial Victory” A.V.30 for Her
Majesty the QueenElizabeth II, and finally, the Royal Imperial Symphony Ouverture in F
Major “ The Duke of Cambridge” A.V. 31 for His Royal Highness Prince