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Ilaria Contesotto

Teaching tutor

Department of the Arts

Academic discipline: L-ART/07 Musicology and History of Music

Short Bio

Trained as pianist and choir director, Ilaria Contesotto continued her studies- graduating from Musicology at the University of Bologna, where she discussed a thesis entitled -A case of censorship in seventeenth-century Venice: a critical edition of Giugurta, ovvero il Demone amante by Matteo Noris (1686). She also became an Environmental Scientist (Ca' Foscari University), conducting studies on the Tomatis effect, the Rohmert method and the relationships between listening and environmental management. As a qualified music teacher for secondary school (VIU University of Valencia) with a thesis on the use of contemporary art in approaching the subject, she has taught in several secondary institutes for over ten years. In 2019 she won a scholarship named after Luigi and Eleonora Ronga, provided by the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.

Her research concerns religious and political censorship in Venetian opera of the late seventeenth century and the influence of academies and religious sects within the librettistica of the time.

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