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Massimiliano Righini
(Vice President) – vicepresidente@cersonweb.org
Expert in antique arms and advisor of many Italian museums (Museo Correr in Venice, National Museum of Palazzo Venezia in Rome, Buonconsiglio Castle of Trento, Piana delle Orme in Latina, Diocesan Museum of Mantua, Stibbert Museum in Florence, Fondazione Memmo in Rome, House of Giorgione in Castelfranco Veneto), for which he set up temporary and permanent exhibitions and conferences. Consultant for film and television productions, such as "Ulysses, the pleasure of discovery" led by Alberto Angela, is the author of publications dedicated to antique arms and armor, military history and different aspects of historical re-enactment.

Gabriele Bonvicini
(Artistic Director) – artistico@cersonweb.org
Musician and composer. He founded in 1997 the ensemble "Musica Officinalis", with whom he has performed throughout Europe. Since 2003, he organizes events both musical and theatrical, collaborating with public bodies, foundations and private management in all Italy. In 2009, commissioned by the Fondazione Banca del Monte di Bologna, he followed the artistic direction of the largest event dedicated to the 900 years of the “tower of the donkeys”, which counted more than 15,000 visitors. Since 2010 he is artistic director of many national festival as "Dharma Village" in Golfo Aranci in Sardinia or “Artisncena” in Emilia Romagna.
Giuliana Ghidoni
(Didactical Projects) – giuliana.ghidoni@libero.it
Art Historian. She is the president of Athena, an association which proposes educationals, didactical workshops on various topics - from ecology to history - and laboratories at kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, or for private and public bodies. She is also didactical operator Magi900 (Art Museum of Italian Generations of 900) in Pieve di Cento, near Bologna. She is the curator of art exhibitions in collaboration with municipalities and private galleries, and author of critical texts on catalogs.
Mauro Guidolin
(Historical Riding) – mauroguidolin@gmail.com
Master of Historical Cavalry for the Sef Italy and trainer at the Italian School of Historical Cavalry, being recognized by the Olympic Committee and the Italian Ministry of Social Policy. He is creator and coordinator of jousts and tournaments for many Medieval and Renaissance events in Italy (Monteriggioni Medieval Fests, Finalestense, Hobby Model Expo Milan, Palio di Montagnana, Palio di Castelfranco Veneto, etc..) as well as of equestrian performances at fairs.

Livio Simone
(Bursar) – livsim@libero.it
He is the President of the A.N.I. (Napoleonic Association of Italy), person in charge of the Napoleonic Section of the CERS, vice President of “Veneto Storico”. He is also co-author of several books of Napoleonic history including "Caldiero 1805", "La Battaglia dell'Adige 1799 "," In difesa di Napoleone"," La Fanteria Leggera francese dal Re all’Imperatore”. As reenactor, for the past ten years he is engaged first in the 9eme Demi-brigade d'Infanterie Légère and then in the 6eme Regiment Léger and the 11eme Regiment Leger.
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