Sao Paulo, Brazil (PRWEB) April 16, 2010
Acclaimed international pianist Gilbert Gambucci has announced an exciting return to The United States for a special American/Italian piano program at his alma mater, Valley View High School in Archbald, PA on Thursday, May 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public as a call for consciousness about art and ethics in society.
Mr. Gambucci is teaching forty underprivileged students to play piano in the poor, rural village of Cambuquira in Brazil. Experts have observed Gambucci’s students have achieved in six months what usually would take two to three years of study to accomplish.
This program is based on the social science of Analytical Trilogy developed by Dr. Norberto Keppe using universal principles. Mr. Gambucci explains it this way: “In our teaching method according to what we call Universal Knowledge, we recognize that the human being doesn't actually "learn" as such, that is, memorizing thousands of details in order to know something. But rather, he recognizes what he already knows in the structure of his being. So we go to the essence of things, we awaken what one has inside himself, and then all the details fall into place. The result is the acquiescence of true knowledge very quickly”.
For more on the social science of Analytical Trilogy, please visit http://www.Trilogia.ws
Gilbert Gambucci is a published author and an international educator/lecturer on the social need for artistic development. Gambucci also publishes a popular blog focusing on the origin of our current economic crisis and offers a refreshing revisit with America’s Founding Fathers at http://www.PromiseLand.info
Mr. Gambucci’s concert is being sponsored by STOP the Destruction of the World Association .STOP was founded in Paris in 1992 by psychoanalyst and writer Dr.Cláudia Bernhardt de Souza Pacheco. Today, this vibrant organization is an international group devoted to the preservation of life and nature. To learn more about the organization, please visit http://www.usSTOP.org