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ASD Accademia Dello Spettacolo


Dance is the eternal rising of the sun - Isadora Duncan

The dance section is directed by Sabrina Speranza, an accomplished dancer and choreographer trained at The Ailey School in New York.

Resident teachers are joined by numerous internship activities and classes with outstanding teachers. Classes and workshops have been given by Elisabetta Terabust, Margarita Smirnova, Anna Razzi, Tuccio Rigano, Margarita Trayanova, Veronika Ivanova, Nikita Shchleglov, Jozo Borcic, Massimo

Blonda, Anila Vasjari, Ana Marie Forsythe, Elizabeth Roxas, Max Luna III, Julia Pond, Amanda Kay, Anthony Heinl, Jamie Lee Hall, Steve La Chance, Erin Elliott, Roberto Baiocchi.

Educational Offerings


Genre of theatrical performance involving the use of multiple expressive and communicative techniques together such as acting, music, singing and dance.

Renaissance Dances

Renaissance dances are court dances from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries reconstructed from the earliest manuscripts in dance history. Dances of the nineteenth century are also available upon request.


The term "propaedeutic" means to instruct first. The purpose of propaedeutics is to provide the child, in a playful form, with the technical, expressive, rhythmic and musical elements that will later become DANCE.

Pre Academic

It aims to prepare the student's body for the study of the choreographic discipline and its dynamics, to educate him or her in rhythm and to help them develop their own artistic awareness.

Classical Academic

Through a program that takes into account the physical and mental development of the student, the study of technique and step progression takes place.


Lessons in which expressiveness and fluidity are given free rein without ever disregarding the patterns of classical technique always underlying movement and lines that soften or harden in relation to musicality.


It is the true "deconstruction" of academic dance by returning it to its "degree zero" in which the forms of action arise from the collective inspiration of the group and each performer collaborates in the common work.

Hip Hop

From the street, in the street, on the street. Hip Hop as a cultural movement, as a trend, as a way of thinking. Not just a dance, but a suburban culture that still influences from fashion to verbal language. Maintaining the Roots to evolve in daily life.


This technique is called "architectural" in that it focuses on joint mobility, concept of off-axis, throw, trial and swing, and the expressive use of spinal flexion and extension. Every single part of the body is stretched to its limit, a technique that can correct physical defects and prepare a dancer for any dance style he or she wishes to follow.


Training system that focuses on postural muscles. Exercises are very important to help relieve and prevent back pain.

Oriental Dances

No person, no machine can correct or create vitality, energy and health. Everything comes from within. You just have to get it out. Joseph Pilates

Pointe and Classical Repertoire

Study of the repertoire of classical ballets representing the history of ballet from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century.

Street Jazz

modern dance with its technique and musicality complements urban dances in a more dynamic and strong style.

Floor Work

technique refers to movements performed on the floor in which the dancer must "step in and out of the floor" as smoothly as possible. The dancer must surrender weight to the ground and at the same time take strength and momentum from the ground to get back up.

Kempo Dankan

It is an ancient no-contact gymnastic-martial discipline. It is inspired by various technical and cultural elements proper to ancient Chinese and Indian traditions, adapted to the needs of the modern spirit with the fascinating result of a new gymnastic-philosophical and educational project.


Alessandra Caleandro
Oriental Dance and Pilates
Francesca Chimienti
Modern Street Jazz Floor Work
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Daniele De Sario
Kempo Dankan
Domenico Iannone
Classical Dance and Repertoire Lab Choreography
Mimmo Linsalata
foto Grazia Midori
Grazia Midori
Hip Hop
Sabrina Speranza
Classical Dance and Horton Technique
foto Marcella Taurino
Marcella Taurino
Renaissance Dances


Where words don't reach... music speaks - Beethoven

The music section is directed by Giampiero Doria, a guitarist trained
at the American Institute of Guitar in New York City, graduated with a degree in classical guitar
studies at the “N. Piccinni” Conservatory of Music in Bari under the
guidance of Maestro Pasquale Scarola, who is also Artistic Director of the Music Section.

Educational Offerings

Enrollees can receive comprehensive training including singing and instrument and also lessons in theory, solfege, harmony, and music history, as well as ensemble music and choir, vocal and instrumental workshop, Italian diction for singers, and stage movement.
Electric bass courses are taught by Beppe Sequestro. Drums by Daniele Fato. Singing, by Loredana Savino and Fabrizio Fasar Sardelli. Guitar by Giampiero Doria. Piano by Vitantonio Caroli. Electronic keyboards by Fabrizio Fasar Sardelli.

The usual classes are joined by workshop activities and workshops taught by internationally renowned musicians, including Sheila Jordan, Paul Jeffrey, Rachel Z, David Liebman, Sarah Jane Morris, Ian Shaw, John Taylor, Gianluigi Trovesi, Rufus Reid, Maurizio Colonna, Ricky Portera, Cesareo, Akjo Sasajma, Harvie Schwartz, Gene Jackson, and Giò Di Tonno. Training courses were held jointly with faculty members from the Siena Jazz Foundation and Saint Louis Music College in Rome.

While some music students have been admitted to three-year courses in jazz music by earning their degrees and also in the aforementioned institutions, others are working in national and U.S. tour companies as singers and performers, and many are alumni who in turn have become teachers in other music schools.


Singing is freedom and balance; it predisposes us to psychophysical harmony such that we can improve the quality of life. From this starting point, an individual training course can be built focusing on the work of intonation, care in the attack of sounds, vocal strengthening, and choice of repertoire.

Ensemble Music

It began as an educational requirement but often turns into a sharing experience among young musicians dealing with technical and creative aspects of playing together in a band.

Electric Bass Guitar

Individual lessons in setting, technique, theory, and styles to learn to play the instrument easily and progressively.


The course is intended for people of all ages. No prior skills are required. The starting situation will be assessed, configuring a path that puts the student at the center, from the basics up to technical-interpretive training.


Pop guitar lessons (Italian and International), rock, blues, classical, even for those starting from scratch


Drum teaching course structured on multiple musical knowledge and experiences, but especially on a dynamic and innovative approach, both theoretical and practical, to the instrument and music


Genre of theatrical performance involving the use of multiple expressive and communicative techniques together such as acting, music, singing and dance.

Choral Practice

The Choral Exercise course constitutes a milestone in the training of every musician. Choral music occupies a significant place in the education and training of every individual, and in the educational process of the musician.

Keyboards & Synth

The study of a highly versatile instrument that enables multiple applications from live performance to home recording

Computer Music and Home Recording

Learn how to realize and record musical ideas using the PC in a creative and enjoyable way.

Theory and Solfeggio

Aims at the acquisition of score reading and knowledge of music theory that complete the education of every musician.

Music therapy

It is aimed at "special" people where music and sounds are able to foster changes and give the individual new channels of communication.

Modern Harmony

Modern harmony refers to the use of chords, progressions and harmonic techniques used primarily in pop, blues, jazz and rock music.

Vocal Lab

Group classes where students compare and listen to each other, thus learning to grow and improve.


The bellows and its breath. The search for emotions. The course aims at the acquisition of technical and theoretical skills of this fascinating diatonic accordion. Individual lessons for all ages.


Vitantonio Caroli, fotografia
Vitantonio Caroli
Giampiero Doria
Daniele Fato
Nino La Montanara
Alessandro Pipino
Elisabetta Previati-min
Elisabetta Previati
Choral Practice Singing
Fabrizio Sardelli
Singing, Keyboards and Synth, Music Therapy
Loredana Savino foto-min
Loredana Savino
Singing and Choral Practice
Beppe Sequestro
Electric Bass Guitar Ensemble Music


Life is like a play: it does not matter how long it is, but how it is acted - Seneca

Coordinators of all the activities of the Theater section are Acting and Diction teachers Rocco Capri Chiumarulo and Anna Garofalo theater and film actors initiated by masters Giorgio Strehler and Orazio Costa.

Their resume boasts valuable collaborations with such directors and actors as: Aldo Reggiani, Nando Gazzolo, Vito Signorile, Renato De Carmine, Pupi Avati, Gabriele Salvatores, Carlo Croccolo, Riccardo Cucciolla, Giorgio Albertazzi, Michele Mirabella, Augusto Zucchi, Riccardo Caporossi, Ricky Tognazzi, Arnoldo Foà, Sergio Rubini.

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Educational Offerings

Course structuring is academic and divided by age and level: theater propaedeutic, junior, pre-academic, and academic.

Subjects are acting, Italian diction, theater improvisation, theater histories, stage movement, choral exercises.

Junior courses are entrusted to histrionic theater actor and puppeteer Giacomo Dimase (former Unika student).

Some students in the acting course have been cast in prestigious musicals, plays, short films, commercials and movies.


The course aims to probe the student's creative potential and aptitude for recognizing, appropriating and reinventing the various expressive languages of theater.


In teaching, the etymological and evolutionary aspect of the language is contemplated in a path from the earliest writings of Italian poetry and literature, to contemporary authors.

Theatrical Improvisation

The course carries out gradual work on the actor through a purely physical approach in relation to the sphere of feelings and emotions through speech.

Theater Stories

The plural declension of the lessons indicates the deepening of some less "traditional" fields that are more "distant" from the average user's knowledge.

Scenic Movement

The discipline that teaches how to use one's body in stage space. The goal is to enhance the naturalness of bodily expression.

Choral Practice

The Choral Exercise course constitutes a fundamental stage in the training of every musician. Choral music occupies a significant place in the education and training of every individual, l in the educational process of the musician.

Theatrical Play

Theater workshop in which space is given to spontaneity without regard to specific technical skills such as diction and stage movement.


Genre of theatrical performance involving the use of multiple expressive and communicative techniques together such as acting, music, singing and dance.


Rocco Capri Chiumarulo
Theater Stories, Diction
Giacomo Dimase
Acting Theatrical Play
Anna Garofalo
Acting, Diction
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Loredana Savino
Choral Practice
Sabrina Speranza
Scenic Movement