The singers

Roberto Spremulli

Choir Conductor, Vocalist, Teacher, Music Therapist, Composer. 

He born in 1964, began his musical studies at the F. Venezze Music Conservatory of Rovigo. Afterwards, he obtained his Magisterium in Gregorian Chant at the Pontifical Ambrosian Institute of Sacred Music of Milan, the II Level Academic Diploma in Vocal Composition and Choir Direction, the Diploma in Didactics of Music at the Conservatory of Rovigo and the University Specialization Diploma in Music Therapy at the "Giovanni Ferrari" School of Padua, an institute associated with the European University “Jean Monnet” of Brussels. 

Since 2018 he has been Headmaster of the Giacomo Sichirollo School of Rovigo and teacher of Music Education and Choral Singing at the same institute. Since 2011 he has been collaborating as a teaching musician and music therapist with the “Diventare Grandi” Center in Treviso. He has been a teacher at the “G. Ferrari School of Specialization in Music Therapy” in Padua ince 2012, and at the School of Gregorian chant - AERCO since 2016. Moreover, he has been dedicating himself for some time to the composition and creation of educational works for children. In 2003, he specialized in the musical education targeted at children aged 0 to 6, obtaining the title of "AIGAM Associate Teacher" (Italian Gordon Association for Music Learning). He is co-author of the manual "At the school of Gregorian Chant" published by Musidora in 2015. He is Conductor of the Rovigo Melos Choir and Orchestra, as well as of the Schola Gregoriana Rodigium of Rovigo. Since 1987, he has been the soloist of the ensemble Cantori Gregoriani, based in Cremona, with whom he participated in the television series “Sunday with Benedict XVI” broadcasted by TV2000 in 2011.

An intense concert, recording and publishing activity, both as a performer and as a conductor, has marked his appearances in theaters and cathedrals of the most important Italian and foreign capitals and cities: From 1983 to 1993 he was conductor of the "Piccoli Cantori S. Bortolo" choir in Rovigo. From 1984 to 1994 he was part of the "Nova Schola Gregoriana" choir of Verona and from 1989 to 1994 of the "Fosco Corti Madrigalistic Group". From 1988 to 2002, he was a member of the City of Rovigo Madrigalistic Group with which he won, in 1990, the "City of Arezzo" Grand Prix, and from 2009 to 2014 he was conductor of the San Marco di Pordenone choir. He has undertaken numerous concert and record productions with the medieval group “La Reverdie”.

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