Luigi Costanzo is an Italian language professor. He majored in literature, music and performing arts and he specialized in modern philology for his masters degree at Sapienza University in Rome. He has taught Italian language courses at several language schools, such as Torre di Babele and Italiaidea. He also had the opportunity to teach at the Embassy of Ireland, Embassy of Ghana, Venerable English College, and many university study-abroad programs like the University of Southern California, Cornell, University of Washington, Rhode Island School of Design, National Taiwan University and many more. In 2017-2018 he worked in St. Petersburg (RU) at центр (Center) Italica, where, aside from language courses, he also held monthly informative masterclasses about Italian culture, pop music, phonetics, film scores, politics, and more. Since 2020 he has worked for the Centre of Foreign Language of Global Affairs Canada, having the opportunity to teach and prepare diplomats with an upcoming posting to Rome or Milan. In addition to this, since 2019 he has held individual and group courses at Deutsche Akademie Villa Massimo. In the past he worked as a press agent and freelance music journalist, writing for Rolling Stone Italia, Loudvision and Nerds Attack.