April 7, 2021

From tolerance to laughter, Voltaire.

“Human right should be based, without exception, on the right of nature; and the great principle, the universal principle of one and the other, throughout the Earth, is this: Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you.” Voltaire, in Treatise on Tolerance.

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Philia

Love that is not reduced to lack or passion is, as Aristotle saw, Friendship desirable for itself, Virtue and condition for Happiness, consisting more of love than of being loved, implying a form of equality, which precedes it or establishes. It is worth more than justice, because it includes it and at the same time

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The Troubadour

Verdi dedicated his life to music, mainly to the composition of 28 operas, brilliant in originality and fascinating theatricality, becoming the epitome of lyrical art of the nineteenth century. Romantic and patriotic, he believes in the redemptive capacity of love, in the defense of the oppressed and against injustice, he leads his music to transcend

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The Lyrical

Contradictory, in constant tension with his inner and outer world. Shy, with an exceptional and unique refinement, unable to reveal the deeply private. Temperamental, but possessed of an unusual sensitivity. Elegant, it marks the timeless and unique beauty of his music. Lyrical, the female voice echoes in his compositions, even though he has never written

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The Virtuous

The immense flowery field of “The Four Seasons” elevates us to a heaven of “Glory”, divine and infinite as in “Nulla in Mundo Pax Sincera”.

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The Absolute

From the work of Joseph Karl Stieler, from 1820, a chromatic grid was developed, consisting of 81 squares, which form 9 squares, representative of the nine symphonies. The use of this geometric form invokes computer communication – pixels, representing a language as innovative, radical and current as the music of Beethoven. The conceptual component, not

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The Diligent

Apparently cold, hard, distant and clearly, rigorous. But, generous, inwardly and in his nearest circle, especially with his most precious good, time.

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The Triumph of Art

Resistant as concrete, Shostakovich triumphed, showing the world that music also has a mission to declare high, the atrocities committed against humanity, being a universal peacemaker.

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