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The season of the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra has started

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The fortieth season of the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra has started. “If the Wiener did it, why shouldn’t you do it too?” With these words Claudio Abbado, at dinner with the musicians, ignited the idea of ​​the Philharmonic, an orchestra that would give its musicians, employees of the Theater, their own autonomy and artistic and organizational responsibility. In Turin, a new stage of the concerts of the Dimore del Quartetto, which stands out and finds strength in its ability to network with local, national and international actors, generating shared value.


On the 24th at La Scala the 40th Season of the Filarmonica della Scala Orchestra kicks off, with its conductor Riccardo Chailly, and a program that combines the music of Igor Stravinskij – the two Suites for small orchestra and that of 1919 from the Firebird – at the Symphony n. 5 by Tchaikovsky. The Toccata concert by Giorgio Battistelli opens. On the 23rd free preview, dedicated to the City and to over forty third sector organizations that in more than ten years have benefited from the open rehearsals of the Philharmonic.


On the 28th at the Verdi Theater we listen to the Orchestra of Padua and Veneto with the conductor Yaniv Dur and the cellist Natalie Clein, in the Concerto n.1 by Camille Saint-Saëns for cello and orchestra; together with the Symphony n. 2 by Schubert and the Overture Le Hebridi, by Mendelssohn. The Season continues until June 9th.


On the 25th in Sala 500 of the Lingotto the young Quartet Eos – Elia Chiesa, violin, Giacomo Del Papa, violin, Alessandro Acqui, viola, Silvia Ancarani, cello. The Quartet op 51 n. 2 by Johannes Brahms and the Quartet no. 6 by Bela Bartók. The concert is organized by the Dimore del Quartetto, the creative cultural organization that supports young international string quartets and chamber music ensembles in their careers, while enhancing the European cultural heritage, in a circular economy.

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