Dr Elia Andrea Corazza is a conductor, composer, pianist and musicologist. He holds a Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Bologna (Italy), and master’s degrees in pianoforte, conducting and composition. He studied conducting in Fiesole and Pescara (Italy), and at the Tanglewood Music Center (Lenox, MA, U.S.A.) Elia has held scholarships at the Fondazione Cini, at Harvard University, the Library of Congress, the Paul Sacher Stiftung, at Yale University. He has conducted orchestras which includes Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna, Orchestra Giovanile Santa Cecilia, L’viv Virtuosos, Coro e Orchestra I Musici Veneziani. His repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary symphonic, operatic and balletic music. His compositions include a variety of genres, from Neoclassical to Electronic, and are used as soundtracks. As a pianist Elia is specialized in the Italian operatic repertoire, and in the Italian 20th Century piano music. His musicological research includes Neoclassical Music, Serial Music, 18th and 19th Century Opera, Ballet Music, Performing Practice, Music and Fascism. Elia has reconstructed and edited Paisiello-Respighi, La Serva Padrona, Schott Music GmbH (2014), an opera-ballet he recently discovered and premiered in Bologna in 2014. Click here for the complete CV.