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Samuele Colombo, in arts Samuel Colombo, is a 30 years old entrepreneur and international artist, singer and songwriter …
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He has collaborated with soloist dancers from La Scala Theatre in Milan and with famous international stars.
With them, he directed Strauss’ great waltzes, Bizet’s Carmen, Stravinsky’s The Firebird, Gershwin’s Blue Rhapsody and Ravel’s Bolero, danced by Biagio Tambone.
In 1998, he directed the Three Cornered Hat by Manuel de Falla at the San Carlo theatre in Naples.
Under the guidance of the conductor Iury Aronovich, he directed The Firebird by Stravinsky with the “Filarmonica del Santa Cecilia” (Santa Cecilia theatre philharmonic) in Rome.
In 1999, he progressed further with the conductor Isaac Karatghetzky, directing “L’Accademia della Filarmonica” (Philharmonic Academy) at La Scala theatre in Riva del Garda.
He collaborated as musical director in the The Barber of Seville by Rossini at the Fenice theatre in Venice.
In 2001, he directed the Hundredth Anniversary of the Death of G. Verdi The Verdian concert (aria and symphonies from the most famous operas of the great Maestro).
In 2002, he participated in numerous concerts with international artists in theatres such as the National Theatre and the Smeraldo theatre.
From 2003 to 2006 he performed:
-Concert for the Beatification of Father Monti in Bovisio Masciago and Saronno commissioned by the Vatican
-Cavalleria Rusticana, Pagliacci and Suor Angelica under the direction of Andrea Elena
-La Traviata by G. Verdi
-Boheme by Puccini
-The Barber of Seville by Rossini
In 2006, he directed Sostacovitc’s 5th Symphony and the Blues Festival in Bologna.
In 2006, he was the artistic director of Sleeping Beauty at the National Theatre in Milan.
In 2007, he was the artistic director of the The Divine Comedy performed at the Smeraldo theatre in Milan with the participation of the dancers from the Aloysius Academy where he has been artistic director since 1997.
Alongside his musical studies at the G. Verdi conservatory in Milan, he also studied classical and modern dance.
He developed his experience as a dancer and choreographer in the best Italian schools and finished his studies at the C.S.C. in Milan, where he taught for two years.
He broadened his experience by studying and specialising in flamenco with the greatest Spanish dancers. He has danced in the most important Italian theatres and international congresses: the San Carlo in Naples, the National Theatre in Milan, the Smeraldo theatre in Milan, the Bellini theatre in Catania, the teatro Greco (ancient Greek theatre) of Taormina, the International Festival in Massa Carrara, and the Royal Theatre of Turin. He is the choreographer for the musical of the “Compagnia del disco” organized by the Sanremo Festival and RAI.
The Filarmonica G. Verdi has now changed its name to the “Orchestra Filarmonica e di balletto Aloysius” (Philharmonic Orchestra and Aloysius Ballet), joining the professional dance academy Aloysius already in existence since 2005.
The dance academy, directed by Alberto Radice, has today about six hundred students and highly qualified teachers from La Scala theatre in Milan and the Paris Opera.
Owing to his great professionalism, his decisive character, and his experience gained over years of study and work, every project is meticulous, professional and a great success.
He directed and produced the lyrical season 2012 at the Teatro della Luna with the operas Tosca, Carmen Suite and La traviata.
Vivian’s life has been marked by different work and social experiences which have helped her to grow and become a woman who cares about the needs of the poor, children, of those who need help to have their basic requests heard.
This is how her idea of writing poems, life stories and books came about. They are the mirror to a man’s soul, they reflect his needs and his daily struggles.
Her first experience during university:
She worked at the Juvenile Court in Milan in the Civil and Criminal sector. She wrote minutes, participated in hearings and helped as a secretary.
There were several stories she heard about children that had been abused or taken away from their parents because they were drug addicts or alcoholics and unable to take care of them.
Later, during her last academic year, she took the A.S.A professional course (Auxiliary Social Assistance) and O.S.S. (Social Health Worker) to become a professional that could work in Hospital facilities or Care homes for the elderly.
In 2003, she received the Regional Certification 118 for helping the ill and people with various injuries.
After completing her studies, she worked at the Ameco Study Centre: A centre for lawyers and accountants. She gained a deepened knowledge of contracts, civil and labour law and bankruptcy.
In 2013, she decided to work for herself in contracts relating to the management of Personal Services.
In June 2015 she turned her professionalism, her heart and her mind to services for the needy, the poor, children and women.
At this point, she made the decision to live in Sierra Leone for a year.
She decided to leave Italy in order to experience the country’s problems first hand, to try to bring hope and positivity to the people. This is where she started to write poetry and life stories to bring their spirit to life and fill their souls with love.
She then worked for Ayv Media Empire, writing for their newspaper (Ayv News). She wanted to reach out to those in need of words of comfort, hope and faith in their lives, with simplicity and humility.
In August 2016 she returned to Italy and decided to continue her work as a writer on Samuel Colombo’s blog, an international artist (HYPERLINK “http://www.samuelcolombo.it” www.samuelcolombo.it).
She made this decision because writing means listening to the hearts of people and simply analysing the everyday themes of life.
She also decided this because writing means reaching the hearts of people and trying to change the rules of society that so often do not see a man for who he is but only for how much he can earn, pushing the elderly or weak to the edge of society.
She made this decision because writing means moving the heart and soul and fighting together for justice and truth.
She is the author of three books:
Camminare sul sentiero della vita (Riconoscimento da parte dell ’Edizione Miele).
Walking the path of life (Recognition to Edizione Miele)
Consacrarsi al Cuore Immacolato di Maria.
Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Raccolta di poesie
Collection of Poems
She has written articles for:
Italia Post, online newspaper
Ayv Media Empire Freetown Sierra Leone
Every self-respecting blog has an introduction of the author.
Until yesterday I have always believed that there was no need for this.
But then I realised that the need was mine, rather than yours.
I like to recount, describe and share.
If I am good at it or not, I do not know, but you should always say something, and I do it through writing. When Forrest Gump had to do something, he did it through running. We are all a little Forrest in something. As if the words written on the blank page of PC screen would gain value. As if they were real, as if they could become tangible.
I am not a great orator or a great writer, I am just somebody that loves to tell tales and make people smile. And laugh. It does not seem like much to me. What do you think?
For 36 years I have lived in my fantastic happy “island” (place) called Brianza, I love the cinema, and I love to paint. Creating irony and laughter makes me feel better. I rarely leave the house without a smile.
To conclude this “self-congratulatory” introduction, full of false modesty, I will share a little secret: To become a blogger and have my own blog was a test, a challenge to myself. Many of my friends, who knew what I was like, insisted that I wrote. At that time my greatest challenge was to get through the day unscathed.
I hope that you will follow me, I hope to make you smile and to touch your hearts.
They say that I am good at this.
I hope that you will follow somebody that you do not know and just for a moment you will be caught up in my words.
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