“The chair next to the musician” is an innovative project that will allow young students to sit next to the musicians and attend rehearsals for the preparation of a concert.
The ticket will cost € 1.50 and will be on sale at Ticket Point. The project is aimed at both students and enthusiasts. Places will be limited.
Two links to the RAI 3 FVG service dedicated to the Mattinate Musicali and the interview with the director Massimo Belli. Enojoy!
Click here to see the service dedicated to the International Musical Mornings aired on 25 September 2022 on RAI 3 FVG. Below is the interview of the director Massimo Belli with Telequattro
Sunday 25 September 2022 at 11.00, in the Sala Luttazzi of the Porto Vecchio in Trieste, the New Ferruccio Busoni orchestra conducted by Massimo Belli with violinist Giada Visentin will be the protagonists of the inaugural concert of the XXII edition of the International Musical Mornings dedicated to the 330th anniversary of the birth of Giuseppe Tartini and the 300th anniversary of the birth of Pietro Nardini. The concert is part of the review "A light always on".
The complete program of the International Musical Mornings will be presented at the press conference to be held on Thursday 22 September at 10.00 at the Sala Giunta of the Town Hall (Largo Granatieri 2, 1st floor) in Trieste. The Municipal Administration and the artistic director Massimo Belli will intervene. You are invited to intervene.
The International Musical Mornings are organized by the New Ferruccio Busoni orchestra in collaboration with the Municipality of Trieste, and with the contribution of the Ministry of Culture, the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Turismo FVG and the Kathleen Foreman Casali Charity Foundation. Born in 2001 from an idea by Massimo Belli and the Triestine composer Marco Sofianopulo.
Pre-sale of tickets at Ticketpoint - Corso Italia, 6 - Trieste (opening hours from 8.30 to 13.30 and from 15.30 to 19.00 from Monday to Saturday and for those wishing also online, on the website https://biglietteria.ticketpoint-trieste.it/ and the day of the show at the Sala Luttazzi in the Old Port of Trieste.
Ticket price: full 15 euro + D. P. - Reduced (under 26 and over 65) 12 euro
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On 7 September 2022 RAI Radio 3 presented the last CD of the Ferruccio Busoni Chamber Orchestra entitled GHEDINI Concert Music Musica Concertante HINDEMITH Funf Stucke Op.44 No.4. With Simonide Braconi (viola and viola d'amore) and Enrico Bronzi (cello). Director: Massimo Belli. Click here to listen the podcast.
The XXII edition of the Mattinate is in preparation and the start is scheduled for September 2022. In addition to the new Ferruccio Busoni orchestra, creator and main interpreter of the International Musical Mornings, artists of international stature will perform in musical programs that will contain very varied proposals and captivating. A heartfelt “THANK YOU” to all the entities that help us carry out our artistic activity with their contribution and to all those who have provided us with their important collaboration.
The International Musical Mornings are organized by the New Ferruccio Busoni orchestra in collaboration with the Municipality of Trieste, and with the contribution of the Ministry of Culture - Directorate General for Entertainment, Friuli Venezia Giulia Region, Turismo FVG and the Kathleen Foreman Casali Charity Foundation. Born in 2001 from an idea by Massimo Belli and the Triestine composer Marco Sofianopulo, they are held under the artistic direction of Massimo Belli.
On monday 30 May 2022 at h. 9.30 am, in the program "Primo Movimento" the unpublished Mozartian cd by the Reggio pianist Giuseppe Albanese will be presented, accompanied by the Busoni Orchestra conducted by Massimo Belli, attached to the May issue of Amadeus. Click here to follow live.
Massimo Belli, director of the New Chamber Orchestra "Ferruccio Busoni" will be the guest of the program "Confinamenti" broadcast on May 19th from 4 to 4.45 pm. The Maestro will anticipate the summer programs of the ensemble. Click here to listen the podcast.
In May Amadeus is on newsstands with an entirely Mozartian unreleased CD. The multi-award-winning Reggio pianist Giuseppe Albanese interprets the Concerts n.18 in B flat major K256 and n.21 in C major K467 by the composer from Salzburg, accompanied by the Ferruccio Busoni Orchestra under Massimo Belli.
In the newspaper: double interview with Giuseppe Albanese and Massimo Belli, protagonists of the attached CD.
On February 2, 2022 at 9:30 am on the channels of RAI Radio 3 the CD "VIVALDI, Concerts for Bassoon" will be presented with Gabriele Screpis, bassoon and Massimo Belli, director. The CD will be presented as part of the "FIRST MOVEMENT" radio program.
A chamber orchestra from northern Italy impresses with Russian, Czech and British string music.
The Ferruccio Busoni Chamber Orchestra of Trieste proposes with great vigor and sensitivity three works from the last quarter of the nineteenth century, two of which are real rarities for string orchestra: L'Idillio in seven movements (1878) by Leoš Janáček and the Serenade in one movement by Vasily Kalinnikov in G minor (1891). It is not primarily a question of a beautiful sound and a well-rounded sound image, but rather of a sincere emotion, which the traditional orchestra conducted by Massimo Belli transports in an excellent way. In the Janáček suite and also in Elgar's famous opera, northern Italians also agogically offer their own readings which add further perspectives to the 'mother tongue' interpretations. And it is amazing how here the three works belonging to different cultural areas are found harmoniously side by side. There are no weaknesses, everyone experiences extremely comprehensive, sensitive and fascinating reproductions in well-balanced recording technology. Some of the most acclaimed ensembles of our time can't even come close to this "
Dr. Jürgen Schaarwächter, klassik.com
The Fourteenth Century Seal of the Municipality of Trieste was awarded today to Maestro Massimo Belli in recognition of the extraordinary musical activity in the 55th anniversary of the foundation of the Busoni Orchestra, one of the pillars of the city's musical culture that makes prestige nationally and internationally .