Ringparabel in Selinunte (Italy)

Gloria Bruni´s Ringparabel-Symphony, history of spirituality, welcome, respect for life and for the doctrine has thus become a work for music, theater and dance and was staged in summer 2018 with seven dancers and one actor inside the Archaeological Park of Selinunte and in that of Heraclea Minoa directed by Aurelio Gatti.


The hymn for freedom “Li(e)bertas” is a composition for choir and orchestra written for the project Weltschal (literally “world scarf”). Symbol of this project is a very long scarf made entirely out of flags of 207 different countries, produced by volunteers from around the world.

At the Bottom of the World

Having worked together since many years because of the musical “The Thorn Birds“ and the opera “Cleopatra“ Gloria Bruni became a very good friend of Australia’s best-known writer Colleen McCullough.
One of Colleen´s last works were the words for the song “AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD“ , an anthem for Australia composed for mezzo-soprano, choir and orchestra.

Bell Song

On 5 July 2014, in the church of St. Katharina, one of the most important churches in Hamburg, the composition “Glockenlied” for Choir and Orchestra was performed with the original sounds of the bells of the 5 largest churches in Hamburg, St Michaelis, St Katharina, St. Nikolai, St. Jacobi and St. Petri.

Angel of God – Bach/Bruni

In December 2013, Gloria Bruni’s aria “Angelo di Dio (Angel of God)”, a meditation on Bach’s Air from the Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major for solo soprano, string quartet and guitar was premiered at a charity event organized by the Phönikks Foundation.

Katherine Choral

On June 13, 2013, the first Katharinenchorals of Gloria Bruni took place in the church of St. Katharinen as part of the “Katharina feiert” event. The choral was composed based on the words of the Hamburg poet Hans Leip.

Aria “Ave Maria”

March 25, 2007 at the occasion of Solemnity of the Annunciation of Our Lady of Nazareth, the aria “Ave Maria” premiered in the Annunciation Basilica of Nazareth, the largest church in the Holy Land with Gloria Bruni singing the solo part of her own work


Gloria Bruni composed the opera “Pinocchio” with a libretto by Ursel Scheffler, an important German author of books for children.
Pinocchio is a work for children “from 6 to 99 years” written with the intent to bring them closer to listening to the work.
The work has the patronage of the Collodi foundation.