Anthony Hart is a retired Management Consultant, Management Trainer and University lecturer. Born in the UK, he now lives in Malta.
As a member of the SocietÓ Italiana di Musicologia (SIdM) (Italian Musicological Society) he was invited to present papers at their Conferences in Bergamo (2008) and Rome (2009). As a member of the International Musicological Society (IMS) he was invited to present a paper at their Musical Iconography Study Group Conference in Barcelona in October 2010. He is also a member of The Royal Musical Association (UK).
He studied lute under Diana Poulton and Chris Wilson.
He holds a degree of Master of Science (MSc). He graduated from the Thames Valley University/ London College of Music as both Associate and Licentiate (ALCM) (LLCM) and is currently working on his dissertation for Fellow (FLCM).
He has had papers accepted for publication in Early Music, (An international Journal published by Oxford University Press), to be published in February 2011, and Fonti Musicali Italiane, (Annual Journal of the Sources of Italian Music), also to be published in February 2011. A paper has also been accepted for Studi Musicali (Journal of the Accademia Santa Cecilia – Rome) to be published later in the year
He is currently researching into the life, times and works of a, previously unknown, eighteenth century Sicilian priest and composer. The subject of this web site.