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Antica Grecia Musica e canti

Today we have a wealth of evidence of the art, science, social mores and legal and political order of the great civilisations that gave rise to western culture, and which still play a formative role in our learning, with the sole exception – sadly – of music. Andrea Balzani’s work seems to bring together the summarised work of many influential voices on the subject, uniting them with clarity and drawing conclusions that go far beyond historical research for its own sake. In an age where the quest for new languages in which to couch innovative thought is a constant, the discovery of an original expression that can indicate a potential direction is a fascinating and desirable hypothesis.

First Pythian Ode

First Delphic Hymn



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Andrea Balzani

Andrea Balzani was born in 1981 and began studying music at a very young age with the flautist Claudio Caponi. He later moved to the guitar, then keyboard and piano, studying under the maestros Mariano D’Amelio, Walter Fischetti and Carlo Dominici. He has been part of several pop/rock groups and worked on soundtracks for documentaries, advertisements and theatre productions. Over the years he developed an interest in experimental composition, taking numerous lessons and masterclasses on the subject. A versatile pianist, keyboard player and composer, his repertoire is largely geared to the search for new or unusual resonances, and the rediscovery and valorisation of little-known composers. His recordings include several releases both as a solo artist and in collaboration with others. He is currently studying composition with Alessandro Cusatelli, and is a founding member of of the Hildegard association.