Roberta Amato

GiocoMusica | AltraMusica

She loved music from an early age. At the age of 6, she started singing in a choir and soon realised that this was her path. She approached different styles of music, from pop to rock to jazz, starting to perform with different bands, until she decided to focus mainly on studying jazz. Her dedication to children has led her to want to pass on her passion for music to the very young.

Chiara De Sio Cesari

Violin

From an early age she dedicated herself to the study of the violin, graduating with top marks in both violin and chamber music at the Conservatorio di Musica San Pietro a Majella in Naples. She collaborates with various orchestras such as the Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti, the Corallium Orchestra, the Orchestra of the Conservatory of Naples, the Youth Orchestra Collegio Philarmonicum and with artists such as Il Volo and Roby Facchinetti.

Daniel Adrián Lodi​

Digital music

Daniel Adrián Lodi, an Italian-Argentine professor living in Argentina, holds degrees in piano, electronic engineering, systems security engineering and virtual teaching pedagogy.
He currently teaches Digital Music, Music for Videogames and Artificial Intelligence at several Argentinean universities.

Francesco Manna

Percussion and drums

He began practising percussion at an early age through the study of drums. He then studied tambourine with Arnaldo Vacca, Zarb with Mohsen Kasirossafar (Iran) and Riq with Jamal Al Sakka in Damascus. He attended workshops with the greatest masters of the international frame drums scene, boasts numerous collaborations (Spakkaneapolis 55, Brunella Selo, Daniele Sepe..) and is the founder of the musical project Vesevo.

Enzo Mazzarella

Accordion and Music therapy

Musically trained in the 1970s, influenced by beat and rock, the pop generation through to folk and world music, he came to the realisation that music is pure communicative expression, understandable to everyone. As a music therapist he works in the field of various disabilities.

Alisa Pimanova

Piano

Alisa Pimanova graduated with honours in piano from the “Conservatorio San Pietro a Majella” in Naples in 2010 under the guidance of Maestro Eugenio Fels.
She studied with masters such as Anatoly Kardaschev, Evgeny Moguilevsky, Boris Bloch, David Yang. Since 2009 she has been working with IAAMS as a piano teacher.