THE "FERRUCCIO BUSONI" CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, historical complex founded in 1965 by Aldo Belli, it is one of the first chamber orchestras born in Italy after the war and the oldest in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. It is an "organism of regional interest and for the 50th anniversary the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region has published the volume on the Busoni orchestra, entitled "Today as half a century ago" relating to the promotion of the image of the Region at an international level. Beyond that from the FVG Region, the orchestra's artistic activity is supported by the Municipality of Trieste and the Ministry of Culture through the FUS. The Busoni orchestra in 2021 is was awarded the 14th century seal by the Municipality of Trieste on the occasion of the 55th anniversary anniversary of artistic activity. It is made up of established instrumentalists, winners of international competitions, which hand down the musical civilization of the Trio di Trieste and the Italian quartet of which they were students. In 2005 and 2010 to celebrate the 40th e the 45th anniversary of the orchestra, some concerts were held with participation extraordinary by the violinist Salvatore Accardo. The celebratory concert for the 50th anniversary, had as a guest the violinist Domenico Nordio and, recorded by alive, was published by Amadeus magazine. The 55th anniversary concert took place performed at the Verdi Theater in Trieste for the Società dei Concerti with the violinist Massimo Fourth winner of the Paganini Prize and a CD with music by Viotti was recorded and Cherubini which will be published by Brilliant Classics. The orchestra has set itself up to the attention of the public and critics by holding hundreds of concerts in Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Tunisia and Italy, with soloists exception.
In 2013 he inaugurated, as a representative of Italy, the International Silver Lyre Festival organized by the Philharmonic Society of St. Petersburg and in 2021 he made a tour in Mexico organized by CIDIM, holding two concerts in the Cohauila region which represented the cultural homage of Italian government for the Bicentenary of the Independence of Mexico. February 26 2022 inaugurated the celebrations of the Tartinian Year proclaimed by the Republic of Slovenia on the occasion of the 330th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Tartini with a concert that saw the extraordinary participation alongside the orchestra of violinist Salvatore Accardo. He has presented many works in world premiere, some dedicated to the orchestra. He has recorded 27 CDs for record companies such as Velut Luna, Concerto Classics, Brilliant Classics, Warner Classics, Classical Movement, Bongiovanni, Suonare News and Amadeus presenting songs in first recording world of important composers such as Andrea Luchesi, Giuseppe Tartini, Giulio Meneghini, Alessandro Rolla and others who have received prestigious awards from most important magazines in the sector. The Busoni orchestra is the creator and principal interpreter of the International Musical Mornings at the Revoltella Museum in Trieste, chamber music review that boasts twenty-two years of activity. The Busoni orchestra he has toured in various Italian regions organized by CIDIM and collaborates regularly with prestigious organizations such as the International Piano Competition Ferruccio Busoni of Bolzano, the Walter Stauffer Academy of Higher Education of Cremona, the International Competition of the City of Vittorio Veneto and others. In 2018 the Amadeus magazine has published the CD containing two Concerts by Giuseppe Tartini in first world recording recorded by Busoni together with Laura Marzadori, dedicating the cover to the artists. In December 2020 and January 2021 the magazine Suonare News published two CDs with the complete works for violin and orchestra by W.A. Mozart with the great young talents of the Stauffer Academy. In the month of May 2022 Amadeus magazine published the CD with the Concerts of W.A. Mozart for piano recorded by the Busoni orchestra together with the pianist Giuseppe Albanese, dedicating the cover to the artists.