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About Orchestra UniMi

Founded in 2000 the Orchestra dell’Università degli Studi di Milano (Orchestra UniMi) has distinguished itself over the years both for the peculiarity of its project among the Italian universities and for the musical divulgation.

The artistic work, which until the 2020-21 concert season took place under the musical direction of Alessandro Crudele, has over the years reserved, in addition to the classical symphonic repertoire, a particular attention to contemporary music: the Orchestra has hosted in the programming, among others, artists of the caliber of John Axelrod, Paul Badura-Skoda, Kolja Blacher, Mario Brunello, Enrico Dindo, Ingrid Fliter, Viviane Hagner, Karl Leister, Gerhard Oppitz, Fazil Say, Alessandro Taverna, Milan Turkovic and Lilya Zilberstein, having also the opportunity to perform in prestigious halls such as the Tonhalle in Zurich, the Gewandhaus in Leipzig and the Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza.

In addition, the Orchestra has been invited for years to take part in the MITO SettembreMusica Festival.

Starting from the 2021-22 concert Season, the management of the Orchestra of the University of Milan has passed into the hands of the Foundation UNIMI which, in synergy with the new Deployment of Intellectual Property and Innovation Division of the University, intends to give to the activity of the Orchestra, even after the critical moment of the pandemic, a new impetus both by providing a stage to promote talented young musicians, and by fostering a generational confrontation between musicians.

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The strings conducted with keen warmth by Alessandro Crudele made Pergolesi's masterpiece vibrate with touching elegance.

Angelo Foletto, La Repubblica

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2022/23 Season Opening Concert

On November 22, the Orchestra UNIMI will open its 23rd season in the Aula Magna of the University of Milan with a concert conducted by Sebastiano Rolli, the new Music Director.
The programme features Beethoven’s Coriolanus, Overture in C minor op. 62, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major KV488 with Pietro Ceresini as soloist and Haydn’s Symphony No. 94 in G major “Paukenschlag”. The concert (8:30 p.m.) will be preceded by a conversation between the artists and Angelo Foletto (7:15 p.m.).

Reservations required starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 17, here.

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Featured Video - Schubert: Symphony No. 8 "Unfinished"

22 February 2022 | Sebastiano Rolli: conductor

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December

12 December

Lecture

Angelo Paccagnini, the indipendent utopist

With
Goffredo Haus, University of Milan
Maria Maddalena Novati, Associazione NoMus – Milano
Marina Vaccarini Gallarani, musicologist
Laura Zattra, IRCAM (Parigi)

In collaboration with Associazione NoMus – Milano 

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December

15 December

Christmas Concert

h 20.30 Christmas Concert
Coro dell’Almo Collegio Borromeo di Pavia
Coro dell’Università degli Studi di Milano
Marco Berrini, conductor

Christmas Carols

In collaboration with Almo Collegio Borromeo – Pavia

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February

14 February

Third Symphonic Concert

h 19.15  The artists talk with Luigi Di Fronzo

h 20.30 Orchestra dell’Università degli Studi di Milano
Sebastiano Rolli, conductor
Trio Ravel (Premio del Conservatorio 2021)
Lorenzo Messina, flute
Giacomo Lucato, viola
Francesca Marini, harp

Carl Stamitz, Viola Concerto in D major Op. 1 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Concert for flute, harp and orchestra KV 299/297c
Vincenzo Parisi (Cat. Composition Winner Premio del Conservatorio 2021), Le désir du désir sans fin (Orchestra UniMi committee)

In collaboration with Conservatorio di Musica G. Verdi di Milano

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