The Art of Partimento with Giorgio Sanguinetti
Giorgio Sanguinetti teaches at the University of Rome-Tor Vergata. He gives classes and seminars in many prestigious European and American institutions, such as the Orpheus Institute in Ghent, the university of Leuven (Belgium), the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland), the NUI in Maynooth (Ireland), the CUNY Graduate Center (New York), Northwestern University, Indiana University at Bloomington, and the Boston University.
For the winter semester 2012 he taught at the Schulich school of Music at McGill University, Montreal (CA). He was the organizer of 7th European Music Analysis Conference, Rome 2011. He has written several articles and essays on the history of Italian theory from 18th to 20th century, Schenkerian analysis, “analysis and performance, form in 18th century music” , Opera analysis, and has worked intensively in the rediscovery of the Italian partimento tradition.
In 2012 Oxford University Press published his book “The Art of Partimento: History, Theory and Practice”. Sanguinetti is also a moderator on the fast growing public Facebook Group “The Art of Partimento”.