The Early Music ensemble of the F. Vittadini Higher Institute of Music Studies came about as the result of a clear-cut educational belief: to develop the creativity and skills of students.
Playing together marks the coming together of students and teachers. The natural outlet for this collaboration is playing in front of the public and this is of fundamental importance for anyone wishing to pursue a career in music.
The Early Music ensemble is made up of the following instruments, in the main:
Depending on requirements, the following instruments may be added:
The Early Music ensemble mainly comprises students/professionals and teachers from the Institute.
The Early Music group, which has been in existence since 1994, has given numerous concerts in Italy and Germany. Given the number of musicians available, the programmes are usually chamber music and may be either profane or sacred music. The repertoire spans the beginning of the sixteenth century to the first half of the eighteenth century. This time period encompasses many different styles of music (Italian, French, German and English).
The coordinators of the Ancient Music ensemble are Massimo Lonardi, lute teacher and Simone Erre, sweet flute teacher. For information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org