The sound that cures 30/09/2018 at 13:30 in Media Lounge
Between music, science, and medicine: a talk with Bruno Oddenino, creator of the BioArmon system
During the talk, M° Oddenino will find the “personal note” of some participants
Bruno Oddenino graduated in oboe at the Conservatory G. Verdi, in Turin. He was the first oboe of the Teatro Regio, in Turin. He funded the Scuola di Altro Perfezionamento of Saluzzo and the Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino, in which he was first oboe and artistic director. For ten years he has been teaching oboe at the Conservatory G. Verdi, in Turin. For more than 30 years he has been studying in the field of music therapy and created the BioArmon system, that combines sounds, essential oils, crystals, color therapy in a therapy unique in the world.
Oddenino studies the relation between sound, medicine and science thanks to a detailed work with physicians, biologists, quantum physicists: for this reason the Italian musician became the spokesman of the authentic essence of music, in countless events of divulgation and interrelation between these fields. The essence of music is not just sublimated geometry, nor just expression, arts, and emotion. More than everything, it transmits life, well-being, and health.
Now BioArmon is used with growing interest also in the medical and scientific world, with surprising outcomes, that will be shared during the event. The same for the discover of your own “personal note”, a diapason that tunes us again with our own most intimate essence.