The Roma Tre Orchestra, for the 2022-23 season, offers more than 50 concerts including a large musical repertoire, from Beethoven's Ninth Symphony to Mahler's First Symphony, Brahms' Second Symphony, Elgar's Violin Concert, or Dvorak's Cello Concert and many other masterpieces. Chamber music is also present with repertoire pages such as the Goldberg Variations for string trio and with contemporary music pieces, such as the opera Delwende by Fausto Sebastiani, which deals with the theme of violence against women, the pieces by Massimo Ceccarelli on Antonio Gramsci's Fairy Tales or Matteo Rubini's Concert for piano and orchestra. Among others, we also point out the world premiere of Nicola Campogrande's Second Symphony, dedicated to the victims of Ukraine.
Finally, we remember the Young Artists Piano Solo Series review, with 28 young artists from all over Italy and the world, such as the New Zealand violinist Amalia Hall, the Dutch pianist Sophie Hulsoff, the Luxembourg cellist Benjamin Kruithoff - winner of the Enescu prize - and Italian musicians such as Maurizio Baglini, Silvia Chiesa, Roberto Prosseda.
Concert venues are the Palladium Theater, the Vittorio Locchi Convitto alla Garbatella, the Torlonia Theater and the Academy of Denmark.
Tutta la stagione su www.r3o.org/it/stagioni-artistiche/2022-2023