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Mitteleuropa Orchestra
FVG Mitteleuropa Orchestra (Orchestra)

Founded: Udine, Italy

The Mitteleuropa Orchestra (= MEO), which has its roots in the musical tradition of the area of central and southern Europe, is the product of many decades of orchestral experience. In the early 2000's it found its institutional place thanks to the intervention of the Regional Administration of Friuli Venezia Giulia, and the support of the Municipalities and Provinces of the Region.

MEO currently boasts 47 permanent orchestra members and a solid autonomous organisation; its headquarters are in Palmanova at the Loggia della Gran Guardia, a historical building dating from the 1500's that overlooks the splendid main square of this star-shaped city.

The Chief Conductor of the Orchestra, since February 2015, is the Maestro Giovanni Pacor. His repertoire, as an indication of his great versatility, ranges from Baroque to Contemporary Music, and genres from classical music to crossover.

The Mitteleuropa Orchestra performs in different formations, ranging from symphonic to symphonic-choral orchestral formations, with string orchestra, wind orchestra, and chamber ensembles. It has received significant public and critical acclaim throughout Italy and abroad, in France, Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Albania. It has also been hosted at numerous international events, from the International Festival of Contemporary Music of the Venice Biennale to the Mittelfest, from the Pordenone Silent Film Festival, to the concert for the beatification of Pope John Paul II.

MEO has been conducted by important personalities from the international music scene such as Niksa Bareza, Pascal Rophé, Tiziano Severini, Dmitri Jurowski, Aldo Ceccato, Muhai Tang, Oliver von Dohnányi, Krzysztof Penderecki, Luis Bacalov, Giampaolo Bisanti, Pietari Inkinen, John Axelrod, Ola Rudner, Emilio Pomarico, Vram Tchiftchian, Ernest Hoetzl, Philipp Von Steinaecker and it has performed with soloists of international fame like Sergeij Krilov, Ramin Bahrami, Roberto Fabbriciani, Michele Campanella, Bruno Giuranna, Louis Lortie, Alexander Lonquich, Alena Baeva, Pepe Romero, Lilya Zilberstein, Roberto Cominati, Giovanni Sollima, Yeon Ju Jeong, Jaroslaw Nadrzycki, Marianna Vasileva, Marija Špengler, Alessandro Scotto di Luzio, Daniel Müller-Schott, Karl Leister, Françoise de Clossey, Mauro Maur, Alexander Gadjiev, Héctor Ulises Passarella.

In the Region, MEO collaborates with the Ente Regionale Teatrale on an important project of musical enhancement that covers the entire territory of Friuli Venezia Giulia; moreover together with the Italian Healthcare Agency it has programmed relevant interdisciplinary projects based on social inclusion through music and other innovative activities, specifically targeted to young audiences and to schools. The Mitteleuropa Orchestra is supported and financed by the Regional Administration of Friuli Venezia Giulia within the association Regional Orchestra of Friuli Venezia Giulia and also thanks to the support of the B.C.C. (Banca di Credito Cooperativo). Since 2015 it has programmed its own concert season at the Gustavo Modena theatre in Palmanova.

 
 

Source: Mitteleuropa Orchestra Website, English Translation by Wall Street English Udine
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (June 2016)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

Conductor

As

Works

Filippo Maria Bressan

Orchestra

BWV 245 [Video]

Andrea Marchiol

Orchestra

Audio (2013): BWV 39

Andrea Marcon

Orchestra

BWV 232 [Video]

Paolo Paroni

Orchestra

BWV 244 [Video]

Links to other Sites

Mitteleuropa Orchstra (Official Website) [Italian/English]

 


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