Nombre de documents

3

Camilla Cavicchi


Employment

2015 Associate Researcher - Centre d’Études supérieures de la Renaissance - CNRS (UMR 7323)
2013–2015 FNRS Researcher. Project: Renaissance Music in the Hainaut. Université libre de Bruxelles. See co-edited book n. 2 here below.
2011–2013 Lecturer in History of Music - Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier III
2008–2010 Researcher. Project: Renaissance Music in Picardy - Université François-Rabelais de Tours-Centre d'Études supérieures de la Renaissance-CNRS (UMR 7323). See co-edited book n. 1 here below.
2008–2009 Lecturer in Organology - Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna
2007–2008 CNRS Researcher, Project: Prosopographie des chantres à la Renaissance - CESR-CNRS (UMR 7323)
2004–2007 Teaching Assistant, Ethnomusicology and Organology - Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna
2004–2006 Teaching Assistant, History of Music - Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna 

Other research activities

2015 Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats Hearing the City: Musical Experience as Portal to Urban Soundscapes, project dir. by Tess Knighton at Institució Milà i Fontanals (CSIC) in Barcelona. Research into barbers as musicians and physicians during the Renaissance.
2011 Agence National de la Recherche project Musique et musiciens dans les Saintes-Chapelles coordinated by D. Fiala, c/o CESR, Tours. Research into Chambéry's and Champigny-sur-Veude's Saintes-Chapelles. See article n. 14-12 here below.                              2011 Université de Genève project Histoire et mémoire du Tarantisme dir. by Andrea Carlino, Institut d'Histoire de la Médecine et de la Santé. Research into the iconography of Tarantism in Europe. See peer-reviewed article n. 3 here below.
2010 Maison des Sciences de l’Homme project La musique dans les Saintes-Chapelles, dir. by D. Fiala.
2004–2006 Historical research on the following buildings in Ferrara for the Soprintendenza per i Beni Architettonici: Teatro Verdi; San Sisto II church in Runco; Assunzione della Vergine church in Cona; analytical study of the original disposition of Garofalo's frescos in the Palazzo del Seminario vecchio; Palazzo ex-Verzella; San Guglielmo church.
2003–2006 Università di Bologna project Le fonti per una storia globale della musica e della cultura musicale: definizione, catalogazione e archiviazione dir. by Donatella Restani. Transcription of letters by Girolamo Mei. Università di Bologna project Boezio dir. by Antonio Serravezza. Transcription of treatises of music theory.

Education

2015  Training in MARC21, AACR2, RDA cataloguing and music librarianship at the Pendlebury Library of Music and in the department of music of the University Library, University of Cambridge (April-June 2015)

2014  RDA for Music: Classical Music Audio Recordings (MLA Workshop, 2 October 2014).

2006  Doctorate in Musicology and Cultural Heritage, mark: Excellent. Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna, Dissertation: Maistre Jhan alla corte degli Este (1512-1538). Advisors: Lewis Lockwood, Nicoletta Guidobaldi.

2001  B.A. in Musicology, mark: 110/110 cum laude. Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna                                                                      Thesis: Strumenti musicali a Ferrara nel Rinascimento. Prassi, collezionismo, sperimentazione Advisors: F. Alberto Gallo, Nico Staiti.

1992–2001  Vocal training. In Rome, under Ada Finelli (opera) and Magda Lazlo (lieder); in Bologna, under Leone Magiera; and in Pescara under Carmela Remigio. Additional training under Renata Scotto and Anita Cerquetti.

1993  High School Diploma. Classics (Ancient Greek, Latin, German), Liceo classico Ludovico Ariosto, Ferrara.
 

Awards and fellowships

2014 Fondation Marie José Fellowship, Academia Belgica.
2003–2006 Three-year Fellowship, Fondazione Flaminia in Ravenna.
2003 “M. M. Boiardo” Award from the Centro di Studi M. M. Boiardo (Scandiano) for the thesis Strumenti musicali a Ferrara nel Rinascimento. Prassi, collezionismo, sperimentazione.
1997 & 2004 Fondazione Levi (Venice) Fellowship for the seminars: Presenza dell’Antico nell’immaginario musicale del Rinascimento and Il canto patriarchino.

Monograph

1. Maistre Jan. The Career of a French Singer at the Este Court (1512–1538), with the edition of the mass Omnes Sancti et Sanctae Dei, Turnhout, Brepols, in progress (2016).

Co-edited books

1. Le Hainaut et la musique de la Renaissance, with M.A. Colin, Turnhout, Brepols, in progress (2015).
Essays: Femmes de pouvoir et mécénat musical dans le Hainaut. L'âge des gouvernantes (Marguerite d’York, Marguerite d’Autriche, Marie de Hongrie et Marguerite de Parme) (40p) ; La musique dans l'église Saint-Julien à Ath XVe-XVIe siècles (15p) ; La musique à Binche du XVe au XVIe siècle (20p) ; De la rue à la cour : construire, jouer et collectionner les instruments de musique (25p) ; Arnoldo Caussin (5p) ; Johannes Martini (5p) ; entries for the musicians portraits and for the documents in the Appendix.
Iconographical research for the entire book.

2. Musique en Picardie, du XIVe au XVIIe siècle, with M.A. Colin and Ph. Vendrix (eds), Turnhout, Brepols, 2012.
Essays: “Musiciens et chantres picards en voyage” (p. 327-344), and “La harpe de mélodie”, (p. 246-247).
Dictionnaire biographique des musiciens picards (p. 359-413) entries for the following musicians: Andrea, Simon d’Authie, Jacques Balochart, Jehan Balochart, N. Beauvoys, Biquardus, Jehan Boistel, Laurent Bonard, Pierre Boulet, Antoine Bruhier, Antoine Brumel, Jean Calvin, Jacques Cellier, François Couvrechef, Berthault Dance, Jehan Fauvette, Jean Fermant, Ferry Finet, Maître Firmin ad Latus, Jean Rogier de Hesdin, Hugo, Jean Ghiselin, Jean Japart, Adrien Josselin, Pierre Langheric, Fremin Le Caron, Jacques Le Prevost, Josquin Lebloitte dit Desprez, Antoine de Longueval, Jehan Merel, Jean de Milleville, Milo, Pierre Mouton, Jaquet de Noyon, André Picard alias Druet, Judocus de Picardia, Juschinus de Picardia, Andrea Picardo, Piero Picardo, Antonius Piccardus, Pycard, Rogerus, Roul de Rouvroy, Evrard de Roy, François Savary, and Adrien Thiebault alias Pickart.
Index, p. 430-454. Iconographical research for the entire book.

Peer-reviewed articles

3. “La scena di iatromusica nella Phonurgia Nova di Athanasius Kircher”, Medicina & storia. Rivista di Storia della Medicina e della Sanità, 11, 2013, p. 75-88.
2. “Osservazioni in margine sulla musica per l’immacolato concepimento della Vergine, al tempo di Sisto IV”, L’Atelier du Centre de recherches historiques [online], 10, 2012, 28p, URL: http://acrh.revues.org/4386; DOI: 10.4000/acrh.4386
1. “Musique pour Eros et Psyché au Palais du Te à Mantoue”, Musique - Images - Instruments, Revue française d’organologie et d’iconographie musicale, 10, 2008, p. 50-61.

Articles

15. “Sealed in an Envelope: Binchois and Du Fay on a Fragment from 15th-Century Ferrara”, in M.-A. Colin (ed.), Mélanges en hommage à Frank Dobbins, Turnhout, Brepols, forthcoming 2015, 15p.
14. “Origine et diffusion du thème iconographique de la Sainte-Chapelle de Paris”, in Étienne Anheim, David Fiala, Daniel Saulnier, Vasco Zara (eds), Musiques et musiciens dans les Saintes-Chapelles XIIIe-XVIIIe siècles, Turnhout, Brepols, forthcoming 2015, 19p.
13. “Les cloches : le son avant le chant”, in Étienne Anheim, David Fiala, Daniel Saulnier, Vasco Zara (eds), Musiques et musiciens dans les Saintes-Chapelles XIIIe-XVIIIe siècles, Turnhout, Brepols, forthcoming 2015, 9p.
12. “Les Saintes-Chapelles de Chambéry et Champigny-sur-Veude”, in Étienne Anheim, David Fiala, Daniel Saulnier, Vasco Zara (eds), Musiques et musiciens dans les Saintes-Chapelles XIIIe-XVIIIe siècles, Turnhout, Brepols, forthcoming 2015, 10p.
11. “Rubens et l’Italie. La musique des mythes et des passions”, in Fabien Guilloux et alii (eds), Rubens et la musique, Turnhout, Brepols, forthcoming 2015, 18p.
10. “L’autoportrait de Garofalo en roi David psalmiste”, in Elise Boilet, Sonia Cavicchioli, Paul-Alexis Mellet (eds), Les figures de David à la Renaissance, Genève, Droz, 2014, p. 315-328.
9. “Musica, consenso e ordine in piazza : alcune considerazioni”, in Patrick Boucheron & Jean-Philippe Genet (eds), Marquer la ville. Signes, empreintes et traces du pouvoir dans les espaces urbains, Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne/École française de Rome, 2013, p. 419-437.
8. “Antonio Capello e le relazioni fra gli Este e i pontefici nel primo Cinquecento”, in Antonio Addamiano & Francesco Luisi (eds), Atti del congresso internazionale di musica sacra, Città del Vaticano, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2013, vol. 1, p. 423-436.
7. “D’alcune musiche sul tema d’Amore e Psiche nel Cinquecento », in Magali Bélime-Droguet & alii (eds), Psyché à la Renaissance, Brepols, Turnhout, 2012, p. 159-178.
6. “Musici, cantori e ‘cantimbanchi’ a corte al tempo dell’Orlando Furioso”, in Gianni Venturi (ed.), L’uno e l’altro Ariosto in corte e nelle delizie, Firenze, Olschki, 2010 p. 263-289.
5. “L’érudit et l’amateur : collectionner la musique à la Renaissance” [avec Philippe Vendrix], in Denis Herlin, Catherine Massip, Jean Duron, Dinko Fabris (eds), Collectionner la musique. Histoire d’une passion, Turnhout, Brepols, 2010, p. 24-54.
4. “Lamenti d’effeminati nella Fès del Cinquecento”, in Paola Dessi (ed.), Per una storia dei popoli senza note, Bologna, Clueb, 2010, p. 69-86.
3. “La musica nei cicli pittorici di Nicolò dell’Abate per la Rocca di Scandiano”, in Angelo Mazza (ed.), Il Paradiso ritrovato. Nicolò dell'Abate alla corte dei Boiardo, Milano, Silvana editoriale, 2009, p. 109-120, entries for the musical instruments presented in the exhibition, p. 313-314.
2. “La musica nello studiolo di Leonello d’Este”, in Nicoletta Guidobaldi (ed.), Prospettive di iconografia musicale, Milan, Mimesis, 2007, p. 129-152.
1. “Afranio, fagotista virtuoso”, Ferrara, voci di una città, 17, 2002, p. 43-46.

Other publications

5. Entries in the Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Roma, Treccani: Pietrobono Burzelli detto dal Chitarino 5p, Michele Pesenti 4p, Niccolò Patavino 2p, Niccolò Piffero 2p, Niccolò Piffero Senese 2p http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/ricerca/accessibile/Dizionario_Biografico/
4. Entries in the Guide de la Musique de la Renaissance, ed. Françoise Ferrand, Fayard, 2011: Andrea Antico, Vittorio Baldini, Serafino Aquilano, Johannes Brebis, Jean de Buglhat, Canti carnascialeschi, Marco Antonio Cavazzoni, Concerto delle dame, Giovanni Ambrogio Dalza, Frottola, Antonio Gardano, Maistre Jhan, Johannes Martini, Ottaviano Petrucci, Pietrobono dal Chitarrino, Spinacino, Strambotto, Villotta.
3. “Compte Rendu: Les Journées de Ravenne 2005: Les images de la musique. Thèmes et questions d’iconographie musicale”, RIdIM Newsletter, 1-2006.
2. Contributions in Medioevo Musicale. Bollettino bibliografico della Musica Medievale VI-VII, 2003-2004, Florence, Galluzzo-Fondazione Ezio Franceschini, 2005.
1. A short German dictionary for students in musicology in G. Merizzi, La ricerca bibliografica nell’indagine storico-musicologica, Bologna, Clueb, 1996.

Digital humanities projects

3. Cubiculum musicae project: a mobile unit in which selected pieces of Renaissance music are played and explained to the public with the aid of technological tools and software and web-applications. See the presentation of the project here: https://cubiculum-musicae.univ-tours.fr/presentation/
3.1. Supervision of the Cubiculum musicae Lassus for cultural activities connected with the “Mons European Capital of Culture”(24 January-12 April 2015):
       1) Production of a video with music by Lassus Musica, Dei donum optimi and the painting L'Ouïe by Brueghel and Rubens.
       2) Conception & design of the Android application Cubiculum Lassus available, free of charge, on Google Play Store.
3.2. Cubiculum musicae Josquin-van der Weyden for the project ARTbox, suppored by Belspo       (Belgium) and realised by the CESR in Tours:
       1) Production of a video with music by Josquin Desprez Nymphes des bois and the painting Pietà by      Rogier van der Weyden.
3.3. Cubiculum musicae Josquin-Grillon for the project ARTbox, suppored by Belspo (Belgium)    and realised by the CESR in Tours:
        1) Project for a video with music by Josquin Desprez El grillo è bon cantore and some peculiar    images of crickets from the Middle age to our days.
2. Biographies for the database Prosopographie des chantres de la Renaissance, available online on the website http://ricercar.cesr.univ-tours.fr/index.htm
1. Bibliography on music iconography on the website International Musicological Society Study Group on Musical Iconography (University of Bologna-Ravenna), www.dismec.unibo.it

Invited Presentations
38. “Mary of Hungary and Music: Binche, August 1549”, conference Imperial Festivities in Hainaut,1549 Festivals in Hainaut at the time of Jacques Du Broeucq: The European Importance of Festivities to honour Emperor Charles V and the future Philip II (1549), The Society for European Festivals Research at the University of Warwick (UK), Mons, October 12, 2015.
37. “Barber musicians in Renaissance Italy”, workshop Hearing the city: Musical Experience as Portal to Urban Soundscapes, Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA), Barcelona, September 24, 2015.
36. “Femmes de pouvoir et mécénat musical dans le Hainaut au XVIe siècle”, Societé Liègoise de Musicologie et FerULg, Liège, December 17, 2014.
35. “Les musiciens des Pays-Bas méridionaux dans les cours du nord de l’Italie vers le milieu du XVIe siècle. Un cas d’espionnage musical”, Institut des Hautes Études de Belgique, Brussels, December 9, 2014.
34. “Largo al factotum della città: les barbiers, musiciens et thérapeutes, aux XVe et XVIe siècles”, CESR, Tours, May 28, 2014.
33. “The Singer of Tales and his Music in XVIth Century Italy”, conference Troja: Creatio e unisono Einstimmige Musik im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert, Münster, April 25 2014.
32. “Die Reisläufer und Pfeife und Trommel: ein Schweizer Vorbild im Europa des 16. Jh.”, Symposium Descriptio Helvetiae, Universität Zürich, March 22, 2014.
31. “Musique et syphilis (1495-1530): une approche thérpeutique?”, CESR, Tours, May 29, 2013.
30. “Gli angeli musicanti nella Porta della Resurrezione della basilica di San Petronio”, Basilica di San Petronio, Bologna, June 26, 2012.
29. “Des Bacchanales à Orphée: les mythes musicaux de l'antiquité dans l’œuvre de Rubens”, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Valenciennes, June 2, 2012.
28. “Musique dans le Hainaut à la Renaissance”, CESR, Tours, May 31, 2012.
27. “La musique dans l’œuvre de Rubens lors de son séjour à Mantoue”, Musée des Beaux-Art Valenciennes, May 11-12, 2012.
26. “Iconographie du Tarantisme”, Université de Genève, Institut d'Histoire de la Médecine et de la Santé, January 20, 2012.
25. “La Sainte-Chapelle de Chambéry: les archives et la fondation musicale”, conference Les  archives des Saintes-Chapelles (XIIIe-XVIIIe siècle), Université de Versailles/Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, November 24-25, 2011.
24. “Les portrais de Garofalo en David psalmiste”, international conference La figure de David entre profane et sacré dans l'Europe des XIVe-XVIIe siècles, CESR, Tours, May 25-27, 2011.
23. “Antonio Capello e le relazioni musicali fra gli Este e i pontefici nel primo Cinquecento”, International conference on sacred music for the PIMS centenary, Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra, Rome, June 26–May 1, 2011.
22. “Les sources figuratives des Saintes-Chapelles”; “Musiques urbaines en Italie au XVIe siècle”, CESR, Tours, June 4, 2010.
21. “Pifferi e tamburi e piffari e tromboni: il suono delle bande fra ordine e disordine”, conference Marquer la ville. Signes, empreintes et traces du pouvoir dans les espaces urbains (XIIIe-XVIIe siècles), École française de Rome, December 10–12, 2009. This conference was part of the research program “Les vecteurs de l'idéel. Le pouvoir symbolique entre Moyen Âge et Renaissance, v. 1300-v.1640” (LAMOP CNRS-Université Paris 1, CESR CNRS-Université de Tours, GAHOM CNRS-EHESS, CRM CNRS-Université Paris 4, École française de Rome).
20. “Musiques et images pour l’Immaculée Conception de la Vierge”, conference L’Immaculé conception de la Vierge: histoire et représentation figurées du Moyen Âge à la Contre-réforme, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales-Institut National Histoire de l’art, Paris, October 1–2, 2009.
19. “Oralité et écriture de la musique: le Roland furieux de l'Arioste”, conference L’écriture et la musique, Université Paris 8, May 14-16, 2009.
18. “Musique et légitimation implicite”, CESR, Tours, April 20–26, 2009.
17. “Les transformations du langage musical et la place de la musique dans l’espace public à la Renaissance”, Laboratoire de Médiévistique occidentale de Paris, Université Paris-Sorbonne, November 28, 2008.
16. “I risultati delle edizioni critiche e degli studi storici-monografici d’autori minori”, in conference Paolo Aretino: la sua opera, il suo tempo, la sua vocazione drammaturgica, Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo, Arezzo, September 18–20, 2008.
15. “Il paradigma della musica antica a Ferrara nel primo Cinquecento”, conference Gesualdo e Ferrara: due città un solo principe, Ferrara, Istituto di Studi Rinascimentali, September 18, 2008.
14. “Méthodologies d’iconographie musicale”, Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail, June 21, 2008.
13. “Musici e cantori alla corte di Alfonso I d’Este”, Festival internazionale della musica rinascimentale, Ferrara, Conservatorio G. Frescobaldi, May 17, 2008.
12. “L’image sonore du pouvoir”, CESR, Tours, April 7–11, 2008.
11. “Musici, cantori e ‘cantimbanchi’ a corte al tempo del Furioso”, conference X Settimana di Alti Studi Rinascimentali “L’uno e l’altro Ariosto in corte e nelle delizie”, Istituto di Studi Rinascimentali, Ferrara, December 12–15, 2007.
10. “Luth et luthistes à Ferrare”, conference Spinacino 1507-2007, CESR, Tours, December 7–          8, 2007.
9. “Maistre Jhan at the Este Court”, conference at the Department of Music of the Boston University, November 6, 2007.
8. “Il tamburello quadrato in Africa”, conference Per una storia dei popoli senza note. Idee e pratiche musicali nei testi e nelle immagini, Università di Ravenna, October 15–17, 2007.
7. “Il mestiere delle arti: dalla bottega alla scuola”, conference Giovanni Maria Nanino e la Scuola romana, Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo, Arezzo, August 24–25, 2007.
6. Lecture on J. Brahms, Symphony n. 3 and L. van Beethoven, Symphony n. 7, Teatro comunale, Bologna, January 24, 2007.
5. Lecture on R. Wagner, Parsifal prelude and J. Brahms, Symphony n. 1, Teatro comunale, Bologna, April 2, 2007.
4.“Fonti figurative e ricerca storico-musicale: un esempio ferrarese del Quattrocento”, conference Padre Martini e la storiografia musicale, Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo, Arezzo, August 24–26, 2006.
3. “Il tamburo a cornice quadrangolare: una storia per immagini”, Istituto per i Beni musicali del Piemonte, Saluzzo, July 8, 2005.
2. “La musica nel labirinto di Psiche”, conference Le immagini della musica. Temi e questioni di iconografia musicale, Università di Bologna-Ravenna, October 14–15, 2005.
1. “La musica nello studiolo di Leonello d’Este”, Università di Bologna-Ravenna, October 15–16, 2004.


Conference presentations

10. “D'un frammento inedito con musica di Binchois e Du Fay”, Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, Certaldo, July 7, 2013.
9. “The Sainte-Chapelle of Chambéry and its Musical Foundation in the 15th Century”, Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, University of Nottingham, July 11, 2012.
8. “Music, Eros and Anteros in the Sala del Tesoro by Garofalo”, conference of the IMS Study Group on Musical Iconography Musical Symbols in Pictorial Cycles, Università di Lecce,     September 25–27, 2009.
7. Presentation of the database Prosopographie des chantres de la Renaissance with David Fiala and Grantley MacDonald, meeting of the International Musicological Society-International Association Music Library, Amsterdam, July 2009.
6. “Les sons d'Amour pour Psyché à Rome, Ferrare et Mantoue”, annual conference of the CESR Psyché à la Renaissance, Tours, June 29–July 3, 2009.
5. “Musica devozionale e adufe attorno a Monsanto (Portogallo)”, annual conference of the Saggiatore musicale, Università di Bologna, November 23–25, 2007.
4. “Between Earth and Sky: the Square tambourine”, meeting of the International Musicological Society, Universität Zürich, July 11–15, 2007.
3. “New Documents on Maistre Jhan Career at the Este Court (1512-1538)”, Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, University of Cambridge, July 17–21, 2006.
2. “Il programma figurativo della sala di Psiche a Palazzo Te”, International conference on Musical Iconography in the 21st Century: Mapping European Art for Context and Method, Università di Bologna-Ravenna, June 7–10, 2006.
1. “Musica per Eros e Psiche a Palazzo Te”, annual conference of the Saggiatore musicale, Università di Bologna, November 18–20, 2005.

Teaching activity

Université libre de Bruxelles, Department of Arts
1. Methodology for musical iconography (4 hours, March 2014)

Université Paul-Valéry-Montpellier III, Department of Music
1. L'enseignement de la musique à la Renaissance and L'orchestre des intermedi florentins à Atmosphère de Ligeti, classes for the Agrégation de musique  (24 hours, November 2012–January 2013)
2. Histoire de la musique de Guillaume Du Fay à Georg Friedrich Händel (240 hours, winter-spring 2011–2012 and 2012–2013)
3. Les frontières du chant et de la parole and L'enseignement de la musique à la Renaissance, classes for the Agrégation de musique  (24 hours, 2011–2012)

Université de Tours-François Rabelais, CESR
1. Methodology for the Master’s in Musicology (12 hours, February 2010)
2. Les sources de la tradition orale et la musicologie historique (12 hours, November–December 2008)
3. Les répertoires des chantres de rue et son reflet sur la musique de la Renaissance (6 hours, April 2009)
4. Maistre Jhan alla corte degli Este (1512–1538), seminar (4 hours, April 2007)

Università di Bologna, Department of Music
1. Organology (120 hours, winter–spring 2008–2009)
2. Ethnomusicology and Organology (30h in 2004, 30h in 2005, 30h in 2006, 60h in 2007)
3. Tutorial in Music History. Analysis, music from the XVth to the XVIIth century.

Università di Bologna, Humanities Postgraduate School
1. Strumenti musicali soliti e insoliti nella tradizione figurativa, tra colto e popolare, sec. XII e XVI (3h, 2002)


Co-advisor for the following B.A. thesis topics c/o Università di Bologna, Department of Music:
9 theses on Ethnomusicology and 6 on Ethno-organology, including:
Music from Hormozgan and Balouchestan (Iran)
The Romani Lutari
The cante jondo and the flamenco guitar (1860-1950)
Folk music in Liguria; the music for the Carnival in Ottana (Sardinia)
Work-songs of the mondine for the risiera (Bentivoglio, Bologna)
Work-songs from Salento (Puglia)
Popular dances in Romagna
‘Pattuglie a pastallessa’ at Porto di Caserta and Macerata Campana.

Organized conferences

2015 Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference, annual meeting, Brussels, July 6–9, 2015.
2009–2014 Annual seminars at the CESR, Tours
2013 Soigner le corps par la musique à la Renaissance [with Concetta Pennuto], May 29, 2013, CESR, Tours
2006 International conference Musical Iconography in the 21st Century: Mapping European Art for Context and Meaning (Ravenna, June 7–10, 2006)
2003–2004 VII & VIII annual conferences of the Saggiatore musicale (Bologna, November 19–21, 2004 and November 21–23, 2003).


Chapitre d'ouvrage2 documents

  • Camilla Cavicchi, Philippe Vendrix. Cabinets de musique à la Renaissance : du studiolo à la camera . Dominique Moncond'huy. La licorne et le bézoard : une histoire des cabinets de curiosités, Gourcuff Gradenigo, pp.169-178, 2013, 978-2-35340-161-1. <hal-01238396>
  • Camilla Cavicchi, Philippe Vendrix. L’érudit et l’amateur : collectionner la musique à la Renaissance. Denis Herlin, Catherine Massip, Jean Duron et Dinko Fabris. Collectionner la musique. Vol. 1 : histoires d’une passion , Brepols, pp.25-54, 2011, 978-2-503-53629-3. <hal-01245431>

Direction d'ouvrage, Proceedings1 document

  • Camilla Cavicchi, Marie-Alexis Colin, Philippe Vendrix. Musique en Picardie du XIVe au XVIIe siècle. Brepols, pp.455, 2012. <halshs-00830293>