Giordano S. 2017, “Originated in China”: Western opera and international practices in the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts”, ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management & Policy, Vo. 7 (1), ISSN 2224-2554.
Giordano S., 2015, “An everlasting experience: the issue of preservation and communication of the ephemerality of performing arts”, Predella – Journal of visual arts (in course of publication).
Giordano, S. 2016, “Internationalization practices applied to the management of opera houses: empirical evidences from Italy and China”, phd thesis.
CONFERENCES AND LECTURES
Giordano, S. 2018, panelist in “Freeing imagination break-out”, Opera Europa Autumn Conference, Opéra Bastille, 19 October, Paris.
Giordano, S. 2018, Comitato scientifico e Chair alla tavola rotonda “La comunicazione e i musei”, Stati Generali di Palazzo Spinelli, Salone dell’Arte e del Restauro, 16 maggio, Firenze, Palazzo dei Congressi.
Giordano, S. 2017, “Performing arts entrepreneurship in the globalization landscape, exporting tradition or creating new genres? The case of opera in China”, Panelist in: “Cultural entrepreneurship: The new standard for arts management”, Euram 2017 Conference – European Academy of Management, 23 June, Glasgow, Scotland.
Giordano S., Monti A., Dubini P., 2017, “Nessun dorma”: international strategies for italian opera houses”, in “Cultural Entrepreneurship: Innovative Issues in Arts Business and Creative Industries”, Euram 2017 Conference – European Academy of Management, 23 June, Glasgow, Scotland.
Giordano, S. and Tonga, Y. 2015, “Opera in a Global World: Internationalization Practices in the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts”. In: AIMAC General Conference, June 26 – July 1°, Aix-en-Provence, Marseille, France.
Giordano, S. 2015, “The excellence in perpetual crises: cultural policy and Italian opera houses”, March 25 , lecture at Université Paris Sorbonne, Paris, France.
Giordano, S. 2015, “Internationalization policies applied to the management of opera houses: empirical evidences from Italy and China”, In: 9th Annual Conference of the Association of Cultural Management in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, 15-17 January, Heilbronn University, Germany.