Italian musicologist and new ICAMus collaborator, Dr. Roberta De Piccoli, has been successfully interviewing, filming, researching in Canada, for the paper-video presentation, Transmission and transformation: An ethnomusicological study of the Italian-Canadian community of Toronto. The results of her research will be shared in Florence, Italy, in May.
In the photo below: Musicologist Roberta De Piccoli against the Toronto cityscape, on a new ICAMus mission: Transmission and transformation: An ethnomusicological study of the Italian-Canadian community of Toronto. The paper-video presentation she is working on is focused on diaspora awareness, and definition of musical identity in the diverse North American international community.
Dr. Roberta De Piccoli was Adjunct Professor at Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, 2006-2010; Research Collaborator and Music Educator, MUSLI Torino, 2003-2012; Press contributor, Il Giornale della Musica, 2007-2015; and she has been a Music Teacher in the Italian school system since 2007.
FIND OUT MORE ON THE OBJECTIVE, SCOPE AND CONTENT OF DR. DE PICCOLI'S RESEARCH WITH ICAMus AT THIS PAGE.
In the photo below: Dr. Roberta De Piccoli carrying out her successful Canadian mission of field research and interviews with ICAMus in the urban cultural and musical diversity of Toronto, December 2018-January 2019.