A warm welcome in D Major TV to the @ Orchestra Sinfonica di Salerno and his President Giovanni Di Lisa!
The Salerno “Claudio Abbado” Symphony Orchestra is the youngest orchestra of Salerno, born in January 2016 from the determination of Giovanni di Lisa, with the intention of developing the artistic project , allowing young talents on territory and helps to express themselves in the world through the classic music. The Orchestra is active with many initiatives, concert and scholarships for young musicians.
The Orchestra “ensemble” is made up of 60 young musicians and OSSCA – this is its acronym of Orchestra Sinfonica di Salerno “Claudio Abbado”- has already held several important concerts.
It was the “Theatre of Salerno” in to christening the first official orchestra, conducted by Maestro Ivan Antonio, that for this occasion, performed the “William Tell Symphony” of Gioacchino Rossini and the “Symphony No. 5 in C minor” and “Op. 67” by Ludwig van Beethoven.
The OSSCA has also appeared at the “Roman Amphitheatre of Avella” , the Municipal of Taurano Villa, in Monteforte, Rotondi, Visciano and S. Paolina in the beautiful project promoted by the Region of Campania and The Community of Partenio – ( Vallo di Lauro) entitled “The Big Music”.
For “Summer Concerts at Villa Guariglia on tour”, the prestigious festival now in its 19th edition, it was called upon to perform Verdi’s “La Traviata”; while the Arena del Mare Salerno debuted with the “Barber of Seville” by G. Rossini. Both works, signed by the director Riccardo Canessa, within the project “I debut” curated by the Golden Benten Music.
Great success with critics and the public, with over 6000 spectators the concert “Viva La Musica 2016” at the Gärten der Welt in Berlin.
Besides Maestro Ivan Antonio, who is artistic and musical director, the OSSCA was directed by Elio Orciuolo Masters, Massimo Santaniello and Stefano Salvatori.
He also collaborated with undisputed international artists such as Francesco Malapena, Raul Alonso, Antonella De Chiara, Francesca Bruni, Elisa Balbo, Luigi Cirillo Gennaro Cardaropoli.