Mission Statement 

E-Learning Music project aims to provide a dynamic learning environment that stimulates the highest standards in music performance, teaching, composition, education, technology.

Vision Statement

We seek to foster a society that values music both as part of a universal education, and as an essential expression of the human experience and spirit.


  • Promote the highest levels of human aspiration and artistic integrity through the performance, composition, teaching, education of music.

  • Develop an analytical, creative, and intuitive understanding of music as a cultural language.

  • Afford students opportunities for cultural and aesthetic experiences through active participation in music, enhance their understanding and appreciation of the arts, and foster interaction between music and all other arts.

  • Provide opportunities and guidance to prepare our students for a professional life in music through mentorship, internships, entrepreneurial experience, and training as educators.


Carlo Aonzo

CARLO AONZO is a worldwide known Italian mandolin performer, native of Savona - Italy - where he grew up immersed in music, since his home itself hosted the music school of the "Circolo Mandolinistico G. Verdi”. Graduating with honours from the conservatory in Padua (1993), he has played for several prestigious institutions like the Philharmonic Orchestra of La Scala in Milan (Italy), the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra (USA), the McGill Chamber Orchestra in Montreal (Canada), the Philharmonia of San Petersburg (Russia), the Minsk Chamber Soloist (Belarus), Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival (Germany). Among his several awards are the first prize at the Concorso Internazionale “Pitzianti” in Venice (1993) including the “Vivaldi” special mention, and first prize at the Walnut Valley National Mandolin Contest in Winfield Kansas (1997).

Giorgio Fabbri

GIORGIO FABBRI is Professor of Music Analysis at the Conservatory of Bologna, as well as Professor at the University of Ferrara and Pavia with 40 years of experience in the artistic, didactic and training fields. He is a concert organ and harpsichord, composer and orchestra conductor. He was Director for 15 years of the Gino Neri plectrum orchestra of Ferrara, with which he recorded several CDs, and with which he won International Competitions including the First Prize at the G. Rossini City of Pesaro International Competition and the First Prize at the Giacomo Sartori International Competition in Ala di Trento. Director for 15 years of two Conservatories of Music, today he is a trainer and coach, in thousands of workshops with more than 50,000 participants, with his own musical format, winner of the Adriano Olivetti Award for excellence in education.

Emiliano Bernagozzi

EMILIANO BERNAGOZZI is the world's leading expert in playing, transcribing and arranging music for ocarina. Born near Budrio, homeland of the ocarina, he learned the secrets of this instrument from an early age. He is the musical director of GOB, the world's most famous Ocarin Week, with hundreds of tours throughout Europe, in the most important theaters and concert halls in Japan, China, South Korea, North and South America, with dozens of recordings CDs and television appearances, always accompanied by great acclaim from critics and audiences.

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