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VivazzA

Sinfonietta VivazzA, named after Rossinis restless and adventuresome Father, is a ensemble (flute, clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass, harp) that made up of passionate musicians who present high quality concerts for a diverse public.

The motto of VivazzA is that „Chamber Music should be performed for the enjoyment of everyone“. To be able to achieve this goal, VivazzA, presents concert programs in flexible formations as well as collaborates with other art genres, such as theater, opera, dance and film.

VivazzA 2017 Nada Malés VivazzA- I. Stravinsky’s „A Soldier´s Tale“
VivazzA 2017 Nada Malés VivazzA- I. Stravinsky’s „A Soldier´s Tale“

With their innovate programs, VivazzA has performed for delighted audiences in such concerts as the „Summer Concert Series“ of the Ludwigs-Maximilian-University of Munich, the chamber music hall of the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, and the Museum of Arts and Crafts/Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg. In 2015, VivazzA also performed in the Deutschlandfunk radio production „Als Friede ein Fremdwort war/When the word peace was an alien word“ honoring the end of the second world war.

VivazzA „Peter and the Animals“ with Kirstin Berg  VivazzA Zauberflöte - 2017 - Julia Weiland
VivazzA „Peter and the Animals“ with Kirstin Berg VivazzA Zauberflöte - 2017 - Julia Weiland

VivazzA is composed of international musicians, who have obtained a world-wide musical education (music conservatories in Düsseldorf, Essen and Köln, music conservatory of Bern, DePaul University of Chicago, University of Minnesota, Manhattan School of Music, Conservatoire National de Toulon-France) and bring a well-rounded performance experience to the table. As well as their solistic activities, members of Sinfonietta VivazzA have performed with such renowned orchestras as the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchester, Pacific Music Festival Orchestra (Sapporo, Japan), St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (Minnesota, USA), and the Philharmonie Essen. VivazzA members have also performed in chamber music ensembles with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and West German Radio Orchestra (WDR Sinfonieorchester).