The symphony orchestra "United Soloists", founded in Lugano in 2017 and composed of young soloists, launches its first artistic season. The various concerts will be proposed in the cities of Lugano, Ascona, Chiasso and Bellinzona and will be aimed at promoting the young artists of the territory, including soloists, conductors, composers and painters.
The programs will include different musical genres: from classical to rock, from jazz to indie, without forgetting the most recent compositions of Ticino's composers.
The inaugural concert of the season will be held on October 9 at Collegio Papio: the program of this evening will feature soloists Moira Cauzzo, Marta and Sandro Meszaros with Beethoven's Triple Concerto and Leonardo Crespi with Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2. At the baton the artistic director of the United Soloists Orchestra Arseniy Shkaptsov.
You can support the project through donations: the orchestra offers several benefits, including free tickets to events and tax deductions.
All appointment dates can be found on the website:
L.V.Beethoven - Triple Concerto
violin - Moira Cauzzo
cello - Sandro Meszaros
piano - Marta Meszaros
S.Rachmaninoff - Piano Concerto No.2
piano - Leonardo Crespi
conductor - Arseniy Shkaptsov
United Soloists Orchestra. It is a symphony orchestra composed of young soloists of various nationalities, united by a strong bond with Ticino. Founded in 2017 in Sorengo by young professionals active in world-renowned orchestras such as the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, TeatroMariinsky, Teatro alla Scala Orchestra, Bamberger Symphoniker, etc.The orchestra promotes a diverse and inclusive musical culture in which classical, jazz, dance and contemporary music come together in programs and performances of the highest quality and ease, guaranteed by the fresh and new approach of young and talented soloists. The musical repertoire includes many genres: from classical symphonies to jazz, from traditional folk music to contemporary music by living composers. The United Soloists Orchestra also aims to help young artists and promote them internationally as soloists: it is a new platform to discover and promote new talents in the arts industry.The orchestra maintains a stable staff of 45 people with the possibility to expand up to 60musicians for larger programs.