Choralia (http://www.choralia.net) is my web site devoted to the distribution of free training aids for choir members. 

As my voice and my music talent are quite poor, I realized that I could contribute to my choir by helping the other choir members to better learn their parts. This is much more beneficial to the choir than just my meagre vocal contribute. So I developed a simple choir training method that demonstrated to be very helpful for me myself, as well as for other choir members.

Since beginning 2006, Choralia extends such a concept beyond the limits of my choir, making my training aids available to any other choirs. Even many gigabytes of training audio files are compressed in a 2 - 3 MB executable file (so, fast to download) thanks to an innovative technology named Client Music Synthesis (CMS), that I specifically developed to this purpose, and to the technology named Vitual Singer that simulates singing, including lyrics.

In the following years I have been gradually involved in management activities at the main websites of free music scores. At the present time I am a member of the Board of Directors, Chief Financial Officer, IT manager and European copyright manager for the Choral Public Domain Library (CPDL – http://www.cpdl.org), and manager of the European website, of the forums, and copyright reviewer for the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP – http://imslp.org).