Francesca Canova graduated in piano at Reggio nell'Emilia, then graduated in Chamber Music at Imola (Incontri col Maestro Academy), specialised in piano skills in modern music (European project "900 e oltre" - "O. Vecchi" Conservatory of Modena), graduated in Music Therapy at CEP in Assisi (four-year training) with a thesis on music therapy, vocality and Parkinson's, a specialisation she pursues by collaborating with various Italian Parkinson's Associations. He deepened his didactic studies abroad (Piano Methodology Course-Mozarteum of Salzburg, Kodaly Method at the Summer University of Esztergom-Hungary, Training Course for Directors of Children's Choirs-Puigcerdá, Spain). She has given piano concerts as a soloist, in duos for four hands, in small chamber ensembles, for piano and orchestra in Italy and abroad. She has been conductor of choirs of different musical genres, from treble voices to memory choirs, from classical repertoire to Gospel, from popular to vocal-pop; she is currently dedicated to the study of vocality, choral singing and music therapy, studying different strategies aimed at individual and group vocal enhancement for people with special needs. Her music therapy approach also covers other assignments of improvisational instrumental activities (projects in State high schools, individual meetings in Music Therapy Centres, AUSL-approved projects, activities with associations) and music therapy for the elderly (Day Centres, Residential Homes).she has taught piano to people of all ages, collaborating with peer institutes and associations, motivated by the now proven awareness that music is a universal communication, a positive and necessary nourishment for our cultural, social and emotional life.