New year, new plans: what 2022 brings to us

January 18, 2022

Chamber music, orchestral residencies and the new European project EMPOWER: let’s go through Theresia’s activities for 2022

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Theresia Orchestra and a year in music

December 28, 2021

Let’s give a look to the six things that made us proud and happy in 2021!

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The intense days of Theresia

December 21, 2021

An orchestral residency is not only hours of rehearsals, but it is also a precious opportunity for exchanging ideas and sharing experiences. We wanted to highlight this opportunity, and we did it.

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Theresia Orchestra’s Symphonies at the Teatro alle Vigne

November 24, 2021

Behind the program of the concert

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Theresia in Lodi: a town, its theatre and our orchestra

November 19, 2021

Anticipating our concert to be held in Lodi on the 27th November, we exchanged some talks with Teatro alle Vigne’s artistic director, musicologist and cultural manager Angelo Curtolo

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Meet Theresia: Claudia Pallaver

October 20, 2021

Let’s meet Italian horn player Claudia Pallaver who joined Theresia in 2018.

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Theresia’s team at the REMA conference

October 12, 2021

Two-day conference of round-table discussions and workshops to enhance knowledge, information and co-operations in the early music field.

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Meet Theresia: Léna Ruisz

September 22, 2021

Let’s meet a new member of Theresia: Léna Ruisz, violinist from Hungary that joined the orchestra after the last auditions.

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The international heart of Theresia

September 8, 2021

Do you know how many nationalities are composing Theresia Orchestra? The project has been international from its very beginning, but the number of members coming from abroad has spread up during the years. Let’s give a look at the numbers!

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Alfredo Bernardini and Theresia’s hidden gems

August 19, 2021

During the concerts in Geneva (on Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd August), as part of the Festival ‘Concerts d’été à St-Germain’, Theresia Orchestra will perform five pieces – one for strings, one for woodwinds and three for mixed woodwinds and strings – composed at the end of the XVIII century. True jewels by Boccherini, Cambini, Haydn, Bach and Cannabich, that fell into oblivion but deserve to be rediscovered. The program in details told by one of the tutors, Alfredo Bernardini.

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