Category Archives: Conductors

Conducting technique; an introduction by Gianmaria Griglio

Conducting technique; an introduction by Gianmaria Griglio

According to some,  conducting technique  – just for clarity, I’m referring to orchestral and not choral conducting –  it is a debatable point. Conducting technique has been the subject of numerous discussions over the years, most of them with a dubious thesis and, more importantly, conclusions. Here’s an introduction to the matter. Continue reading Conducting technique; an introduction by Gianmaria Griglio

Cogito Ergo Music – a Question of Method in Classical Music

A reflection about classical music by Mattia Rondelli

Mattia Rondelli is a young  Italian conductor,  who had already many occasions to work on opera concerts, and he is passionate for the Italian composer Giuseppe Sarti. Being asked about the perspective of which classical music is something that no one would eliminate from his life (even for those who never listen to it), this is what he answered: Continue reading Cogito Ergo Music – a Question of Method in Classical Music