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ISA Abruzzese Symphonic Institution (Abruzzese Symphonic Orchestra)
The Orchestra of the Abruzzese Symphonic Institution, founded in 1970, is one of the fourteen Italian Concert-Orchestral Institutions recognized by the State. Widespread throughout the Abruzzo region, she has performed for the most prestigious Italian musical institutions.

Season

The 47. Concert Season ofAbruzzese Symphonic Institution, scheduled from 16 October 2021 to 23 April 2022, includes 26 events proposed at the Ridotto of the Municipal Theater “V. Antonellini ”of L'Aquila and in the Region. Five events will also be presented in Rome.

L'ISA - Abruzzese Symphonic Institution, founded in November 1970 to L'Aquila, since 1975 it was recognized as a Concert-Orchestral Institution by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage. The orchestral debut took place in April 1974 at the Basilica of San Bernardino de L'Aquila, under the prestigious baton of Gianluigi Gelmetti.

Widespread throughout the region, theAbruzzese Symphony Orchestra she has performed for the most prestigious Italian musical institutions, such as the National Academy of Santa Cecilia and the Teatro alla Scala, and in numerous important concert venues in other regions (Milan, Rome, Brescia, Naples, Vicenza, Trieste, Palermo, Catania , Messina, Reggio Calabria, Terni, Ascoli Piceno, Pordenone). It was directed by Carlo Zecchi, Gianluigi Gelmetti, Bruno Aprea, Piero Bellugi, Donato Renzetti, Nino Antonellini, Massimo De Bernart, Marco Zuccarini, Marcello Bufalini, Carlo Rizzari, Giampaolo Pretto, Roberto Molinelli, Pietro Borgonovo, Ulrich Windfurh, Alexander Mayer, Carlo Goldstein and many others. Riccardo Muti conducted it in an important commemorative concert held a few months after the earthquake that hit L'Aquila in 2009.

Soloists such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Barbara Hendriks, Katia Ricciarelli, Milva, Renato Bruson, Placido Domingo, Carmela Remigio, Andrea Bocelli, Ivo Pogorelich, Salvatore Accardo, Uto Ughi, Milan Turcovic, Maurice André, Hermann Baumann performed with the Orchestra, Danilo Rossi, Severino Gazzelloni, Enrico Rava, Rudolf Firkusny, Leonid Kogan, Paul Tortelier, Massimiliano Damerini, Michele Campanella, Bruno Canino, Maria Tipo, Jörg Demus, Mario Brunello, Nazzareno Carusi, Sylvano Bussotti, Boris Petruschansky, Roberto Prosseda, Fabrizio Meloni , Pavel Berman, Benedetto Lupo, Luigi Piovano, Alessandro Carbonare, Francesca Dego, Miriam Prandi, Alessandro Deljavan, Gennaro Cardaropoli, Massimo Quarta, Domenico Nordio, Alessio Allegrini, and Rainer Honeck.

The Orchestra has made recordings for numerous and important record companies (BMG Ariola, Amadeus-Paragon, Arts, Rugginenti, Sonzogno, Bongiovanni), recordings for RAI - Italian Radio Television and numerous premieres by contemporary composers.

Founded on the initiative of Avv. Nino Carloni, who was its first president, the ISA from its establishment until 2010 was led in the artistic direction by Maestro Vittorio Antonellini who was succeeded by Maestro Ettore Pellegrino (until 2015) and Professor Luisa Prayer (until to 2017).

The position of artistic director from 2018 is again entrusted to Ettore Pellegrino, while a Roberto Molinelli the management of special projects is in charge.

The current conductor and principal soloist is Alessio Allegrini, Marco Moresco he is the resident director.

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