For some time, musical improvisation has been a compulsory subject in the conservatories. To the directors of the Magnificat, it therefore seemed a good idea to accept the invitation of Paolo Vergari to participate in the Course of Musical Improvisation held by François Rossé at Port St. Elpidio (Ascoli Piceno). Taught by Olivier Messiaen and graduating in 1945, the French Maestro F. Rossé has become well-known for the 400 or so compositions he has written, and especially for his ability to teach musical improvisation. Already in Italy for the Pentagrammando concerts, five pupils from Magnificat joined other musicians for the Course of Improvisation organized by the Municipality of Port St. Elpidio and warmly supported by brothers Piero and Giuliano De Santis of the Il Gambero restaurant. Overcoming initial hesitations, the participants became fascinated by this opportunity to give free reign to their musical instincts. So, at the final concert, all of them played, sang and moved with spontaneity under the guidance of Maestro Rossé, in an expressionist performance that held the audience in a dream for 50 minutes.