Orchestra and choirs
Orchestra sinfonica Europa Musica
Europa Musica Symphonic Orchestra consists of 60 musicians and is one of the most representative orchestras in Latium, Italy.
It is based in Rome and is the reference point of most musical events of the city. Its musicians are also very active in chamber music and have won national and international prizes.
The orchestra organizes events in Latium, the region of Rome, among which: symphonic, lyrical and chamber concerts, lesson/concerts for students and important monographic festivals.
Its repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary music, with particular emphasis to opera music from the 18th to 20th century.
Europa Musica symphonic orchestra travels extensively throughout Europe always obtaining great success both from the public and the critics. For instance, it performed AIDA at the O2 Arena in Dublin, before an audience of 12,000.
As part of the celebrations of the Year of the Italian-Russian Culture, in October 2011 Europa Musica was invited for a tour in three Russian cities. Magnificent concerts were held at the Grand Philharmonic Hall in Krasnoyarsk, at the Opera and Ballet House in Novosibirsk and at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow.
It has performed with internationally-known conductors and musicians and for the past 8 years it has been the orchestra of the Circuito Operistico del Lazio (Latium Opera Program).
Europa Musica symphonic orchestra is supported by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, by public entities such as Regione Lazio and the Province of Rome, and by various private sponsors such as Fondazione Roma and Fondazione Ca.Ri.Civ.
Coro Lirico Italiano and Istituzione Corale Romana
The choirs were founded with the intent of coordinating the work of professional chorus singers who have many years’ experience in the lyric and symphonic repertoire.
The members of both choirs have participated in countless opera seasons in traditional theatres such as Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Politeama of Lecce, Teatro dell’Unione of Viterbo; in open-air arenas like those of Macerata, Torre del Lago, Pescara, Trapani, Enna, Massa Marittima; and abroad, in the USA, France, Ireland, Spain, Austria, Malta and Tunisia.
The choirs, both based in Rome, consist of about 40 people but can easily increase their number by inviting “external” associated singers from Italian and European musical institutions.
The characteristic of both choirs is the cohabitation of leading artists - fundamental resources for the production of an opera, given their great, long-time experience - and young artists graduating from master courses, vocational training courses and Music Academies that organize training courses in this art. The exchange of knowledge between highly experienced singers and the new generations leads to the completion of the professional training of the latter and on the other side to the main aim of Coro Lirico Italiano and Istituzione Corale Romana, that is the promotion of culture and the safeguard of the lyrical and symphonic music heritage.
They have worked with the most famous orchestra conductors, such as: Herbert von Karajan, Massimo de Bernard, Romano Gandolfi, Daniel Oren, Paolo Olmi.
Today, Coro Lirico Italiano and Istituzione Corale Romana can be included among the most important vocal groups according to orchestra conductors and the many institutions they work with in Italy and in Europe.
Stabat Mater di G. Rossini.
Orchestra Ensemble Le Muse, Istituzione Corale Romana.
Choir Director Renzo Renzi, Orchestra Conductor Laura Simionato.
Coro Lirico Italiano. Choir Director Renzo Renzi, Orchestra Conductor Paolo Olmi.
40 Concerti nel giorno del Signore, Orchestra Roma Sinfonietta, Istituzione Corale Romana, Choir Director Renzo Renzi, Orchestra Conductor Gabriele Bonolis.
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Art Director: +39 338 2341187
Orchestra & Choirs: +39 348 6569015