Music is a universal language. The individual human being, with feelings, faith and aspirations, is always at the centre of this universe


Gloria Bruni is on a journey of exploration looking for the most appropriate musical and emotional expression, drawing on elements of inspiration from diverse musical and literary forms, thanks to her experience as a musician playing different musical instruments and as a classically trained singer.
“Music in all its expressions is a universal language for me and the individual human being, with her feelings, her faith and her aspirations, is the centre of this universe”.
As a composer, Gloria has in recent years produced works in four different musical forms: the “Requiem a Roma“, the musical “The Thorn Birds“, the opera “Pinocchio”, and the “Symphony No.1 – Ringparabel “.




Through her activity as singer and composer Gloria Bruni has had the opportunity to broaden her horizons through different musical formats, thus documenting her stylistic versatility and enriching her experience as a person and musician.
The universal power of music, in all its multiple expressions, lies in its being a language that can be immediately understood by men and women of all social and cultural backgrounds, thus allowing to overcome misunderstandings, commonplaces, elements of division, placing the human being, with his feelings, his faith, his hopes at the center of the experience.


Sinfonia No. 1 Ringparabel

Teatro Regio di Parma: Pinocchio

Requiem a Roma