Da Vinci + 500
May 2, 2019 marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s mortal death.
Part II was performed at the scientific tuning of C=256hz (A432). It was da Vinci’s work on the human voice based on the Italian language invented by Dante Alighieri, which, together with his contemporaries, advanced the art of Bel Canto (beautiful tone singing). The tradition of Italian Opera, and the language of all of what is called Classical music, is rooted in this work. The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture has dedicated itself to this revival of the unity of science and music, and perpetuation of da Vinci’s genius. This is our unique approach to Classical music and voice training, especially as it applies to youth, as portrayed in the famous Renaissance sculptures of Luca della Robbia at the Cathedral of Florence.