Alessandro Marino, master pianist
Talent is chaos, which needs to gain a shape. Through practice, high level self-consciousness and experiencing the body in which talent is imprisoned, there will finally be an order in the chaos and talent will flow out overwhelming all the surrounding environment.
About 10 years ago I came into contact with master pianist Alessandro Marino from Sicily. At that time I was working for Chelsea FC and doing talent research. Along with world-class football players, world-class musicians were also examined with regard to how their brain worked. Alessandro studied at Imola, the famous conservatory at the time and embarked on his currently already impressive music career. At that time I asked Alessandro to teach at the university together with me to illustrate and explain talent. This resulted in a long-term cooperation. Over the years, we have appeared on TV shows together during which I explained how the brain works and our talent research findings, and Alessandro told his development history and played beautiful pieces. We have since developed this cooperation even further and you can now book us for an inspiring combination of lecture and recital in an informal homely environment as well as for a large event as shown in the accompanying video. We will explain and illustrate how the human brain works, what the characteristics of talent are, how one can optimise talent and how you can apply these neuroscientific knowledge fields to your organization (finding the best employee for the job, work & move issues, optimisation of work environment etc).
Impression Masterclass Talent at i-Sensory Event 2018
The human brain (Lecture)
Saint Saens / Liszt - Danse macabre (Piano)
Origin of Talent (Lecture)
Alkan - Symphony for solo piano (I movement) op. 39 no. 4 (Piano)
Talent optimisation: Is there a formula for success? (Lecture)
Alkan - Le Festin d'Esope op. 39 no. 12 (Piano)
Finding the best employee for the job (Lecture)
Alkan - 30 years "Quasi Faust" (from Grand Sonata op. 33 "The four ages") (Piano)
Duration of the lecture is about 2 hours (excluding intermission) and the costs are € 4.500, -.