Low Voices

Giovanni Lucibello


Born on the Amalfi Coast lives in Nocera Inferiore (SA).

Since his infancy he shows a strong interest for music and begins to study piano when he was 6 years old. In 2002 he gets his diploma at the Conservatory of Benevento under the guidance and supervision of M° Patrizia Imperatore. In the same year attended the International Piano Award held at Villa Guariglia in Vietri sul Mare (SA). He gave many concerts in the district of Salerno and, the most important,  at Villa Rufolo in Ravello (SA). In september 2008 accompanied on the organ the choir  Santa Maria delle Grazie  in the papal basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls in Rome for the Holy Mass celebrated by the Card. Salvatore De Giorgi in the presence of more than 2000 people. In 2009 he gets his diploma in Choral Music and Choral Conducting under the guidance and supervision of M° Antonello Mercurio. In the same year composes musics for tales for children and performs at the Giffoni film festival. In 2011 he gets his  Composition Diploma, tutor M° Lucia Ronchetti, and is now finishing his studies for the two years specialistic degree of Contemporary Composition. Meanwhile he plays as solo pianist, in chamber ensembles, accompanies opera singers and choirs, as well as he works as composer and collaborates with professional, school and amateur choirs. From 2005 to 2013 coordinated and directed the Shine on me choir  of Fisciano (SA), with a prevalent gospel repertoire, and for them composed and arranged the musics.

Liberato Marzullo

“I never had any doubts about my interest for science and research, but I learnt that any mystery can be unveiled and any innovation is possible if emotions and a healthy craziness do not push the rigorous rationality beyond the confortable boundaries of the already known, transforming efforts and desire of knowledge in inspiration and creative energy. Music and arts are food and soul of our emotions and our healthy craziness.” Native from Calabria, he graduated in Chemistry and got his Ph.D. in Chemical Sciences at the University of Naples. After his research and study experiences in Italian and foreign institutes, in 1999 he got his permanent position as researcher and professor of  Biochemistry at the University of Salerno. Since 2002 is a chorister of the Vocal Ensemble Principe Sanseverino of the University of Salerno. Under the supervision of the director M°Antonello Mercurio he had the first approach to the polyphony, so transforming in ordered study his old and never soothed passion for music, nurtured in young age with the sole individual diligence and limited theoretical and technical support. Together with M° Mercurio and the chorister of the Ensemble in 2005 he founds and presides over the Association Seventh Degree of the University of Salerno, which coordinates the activities of the University choir. With the Association he promotes and produces several cultural activities and events in Salerno and its district (Arti di Maggio, Percorsi di Analisi, Salerno Arechi Festival 2010, III National Congress Co.Na.COR, etc.). With the University choir participates to several concerts in Italy and abroad, and to important co-productions with other Universities (Saint Nicholas, op. 42 by B. Britten, Bari; Stabat Mater by Antonio Caldara, Florence; Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, Co.Na.COR Rome, …). Since 2013 is a chorister of Tamara Brooks Choir, Tui (ES), and since 2018 is a chorister of the Maghini Accademy Choir of Turin under the direction of M° Elena Camoletto. He attended seminars and stages of vocal education and technique with M° Giovanni Acciai, M° Antonella Tatulli, M° Marilena Laurenza, M° Julio Dominguez, M° Kevin Smith, M° Job Tomé, M° Giuseppe Maletto.

Luigi Giannattasio



Jazz Pianist he graduated at the National Conservatory “G.Da Venosa” of  Potenza. He recorded as piano soloist and as a host in ensembles. He participates to projects spanning from jazz  to electronic music. He loves choral music and recently joined the Vox Aurea Vocal Ensemble. 



Giampiero Pierro

Gennaro Rivetti

Alessandro Tino


Giorgio Amico

Aurelio Concilio

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