Michele Chiaramida teaches Basso Continuo, Modality and Gregorian Chant at the Conservatory of Latina. After the diplomas in Organ and in Harpsichord (1990, 1994) and the degree in Musicology (2000) with a dissertation on musical pedagogy of Girolamo Chiti, he has been dedicated on Continuo playing and renaissance/baroque keyboard repertoire. At the moment he is interested in studying the modal systems and the early musical pedagogy and he’s preparing a volumes on it.
This year he was invited to teach Modality at the Conservatory of Florence.
He has published a volume on Gregorian Chant titled Opus Alienum. Funzioni e significati del Canto Gregoriano, ed. Armelin, Padova.
He’s deeply interested in the practice and diffusion of clavichord, through concerts, radio broadcasting and public conferences. He also builds clavichords using techniques and materials he derives from an accurate historical research.