We look forward to attending the closing event of the AIPB Master in Private Banking & Wealth Management. We will present the Swim'n'Swing method as an innovative project that can give different interpretations to the concepts and values transmitted by the Master, such as innovation, personalization and creativity.
We are thrilled to announce that we have been invited to the “Music and the Brain: from health to healing'' event hosted by Harvard University, Boston Children’s Hospital and the Berklee School of Music in Boston. Music and the Brain will bring together internationally renowned scientists and musicians to discuss the relationship between music, rhythm and the brain in health and disorders.
The second edition of the Swim'n'Swing event returned to Iglesias, enriched by new guests and team members. Welcomed as always with great enthusiasm by the public, the event combined music, sport and science, the whole bonded together by inclusion and enhancement of the territory. On September 16th in the Iglesias Cultural Center hall we held a conference entitled “Between rhythm, water and science”.
During the summer of 2022, we were guests of an event organized by the Italian Rett Association (AIRETT) in Siena. Here we worked and had a great time with Erica, Giulia and other girls and boys with Rett syndrome and their families. During the event we had music therapy sessions, playing live music and established a first relationship with the girls.
Rhythm, water, sport and social inclusion were the key features of the first edition of Swim'n'Swing, supported by the city of Iglesias. The event was organized by the team members together with a group of exceptional guests such as Filippo Magnini (twice Olympic gold medalist), Claudio Rossetto (coach of the Italian swimming team), Massimo Moriconi (bass player who counts among his collaborations Mina and Chet Beker), Emilia Zamuner (Jazz singer) and Max Rosati (guitarist Fiorella Mannoia).