"Singing, Dancing and Playing in Ancient Rome: the Five Musical Ws!"

Free Live Lecture on February 21st with Ludovica Schmidt

Come and Discover:


on which occasions music played an important role in Ancient Roman life. Could our ancestors go to concerts? Did their children attend music schools? Did they sing at home or in the streets? These are only a few questions.

But, as far as I know, music was “in the air”.

This lecture is a follow-up to the one on the musical instruments of the ancient world and the myths about the invention of the art of the Muses.

The lecture has been recorded for you!

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Ludovica Schmidt

Ludovica  was born in Rome and fell in love with her native town in small steps. That is why she loves walking around  in small steps and focus also on minor aspects of it such as inscriptions, sacred images, fountains... What usually happens is that a small or less known aspect of Rome pushes her literally to start a detective search because what she really likes, in fact, is studying. Curiosity is the fuel that fed her path of education: she has a degree from the University of Rome La Sapienza in History of Christianism and a Diploma in Religious Sciences from the Pontifical Gregorian University, while she increased her knowledge in History of Art to share her enthusiasm while leading tours as  licensed guide of Rome and the Vatican.