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About Orchestra UniMi

Founded in 2000 the Orchestra UniMi has become – under its Music Director Alessandro Crudele – one of the leading orchestras in Milan, representing a new venture in the Italian music scene.

Nowadays the orchestra works regularly with internationally acclaimed conductors and soloists such as Petr Altrichter, John Axelrod, Paul Badura-Skoda, Kolja Blacher, Mario Brunello, Natalie Clein, Enrico Dindo, Stefan Dohr, Ingrid Fliter, Wenzel Fuchs, Bernhard Güller, Viviane Hagner, Martin Helmchen, Karl Leister, Paul Mann, Albrecht Mayer, Isabelle Moretti, Gerhard Oppitz, Roberto Paternostro, Vadim Repin, Fazil Say, Ragna Schirmer, Bojan Suđić, Sergio Tiempo, Bramwell Tovey, Milan Turkovic and Lilya Zilberstein, just to mention a few.

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the sections are homogeneous, the sound of the violins is brilliant; balance and spontaneity do credit to the orchestra and to its conductor, Alessandro Crudele, who inspires a joyful freshness, with a sober and flowing gesture.

Gian Mario Benzing, Corriere della Sera

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Image for 5 February 2019: FABIO MECHETTI, Artistic Director of one of the most important orchestras of South America,  for the first time in Milan with the Orchestra UniMi

5 February 2019: FABIO MECHETTI, Artistic Director of one of the most important orchestras of South America, for the first time in Milan with the Orchestra UniMi

On Tuesday 5 February 2019, in the great concert hall of La Statale University, Fabio Mechetti, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor at the Minas Gerais Philharmonic Orchestra (Brazil), will make his debut in Milan with the Orchestra UniMi, with a program rich of suggestions: MOZART’s Symphony No. 31 Paris, the Variaciones concertantes by the Argentine composer ALBERTO GINASTERA and the Symphony No. 1 Classic by PROKOF’EV. The contemporary piece – Threnody to Toki – is by the japanese composer TAKASHI YOSHIMATSU

Free admission for all the 2018/2019 season concerts upon registration >>> here
The entrance is allowed until places are available.

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Clarinet: Wenzel Fuchs

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February

05 February

XIX symphonic season

FABIO MECHETTI conductor

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March

05 March

XIX symphonic season

BOJAN SUĐIĆ conductor (principal guest conductor)

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March

26 March

XIX symphonic season

WING-SIE YIP conductor

SALVATORE CASTELLANO sax (Winner of Premio del Conservatorio di Milano 2017 and Premio Paolo Mantegazza 2018)

 

In collaboration with the Confucius Institute of the State University of Milan.

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