Music Academy "Studio Musica"
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Michele Della Ventura brilliantly graduated in pianoforte under the guidance of Francesco Bencivenga. Concurrently to the music studies he graduated in Technology Disciplines with the highest honors and distinction, obtaining a scholarship followed by a II level Master's Degree in e-Learning (e-Learning: methods, techniques and applications) at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. He was valedictorian of his class with his master’s thesis “Learning and new technologies”. His research interests are in: - correlation between music and mathematics with a particular emphasis on artificial intelligence research in the field of computer-aided analysis of tonal music; - use of web technologies for teaching. He is the author of several articles published in international science magazines and high school textbooks (also featured at the International Book Salon of Turin in 2012). He proofreads articles and is a member of scientific committees in International Conferences. He was invited as a lecturer to International Conferences in Italy, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, UK, Romania, Singapore, Spain, US (Baltimore and Harvard). He teaches Music Informatics in University courses at Music Academies and Conservatories and Musical Technologies in Music High Schools.