In February 2019 at the Teatro Bellini in Naples Gloria Brunis Ringparabel Symphony took place as a ballet. The story is inspired by the parable of the ring, as told in “Nathan the Wise” by Lessing and in “Decameron” by Giovanni Boccaccio.
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.
It is a symphonic poem – almost a work – which focuses in particular on the importance of respect between the different religions, promoting dialogue and tolerance.
Ringparabel was represented in Hamburg, Istanbul and Minsk.
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.
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.