Sinfonietta VivazzA is a chamber ensemble that is made up of passionate musicians who present high quality concerts for a diverse public. Named after Rossini’s restless and adventuresome father, 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.
With their innovate programs, VivazzA has performed for delighted audiences in concerts at the Neuland Projekt Concert of the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, 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 Textiles/Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg.
The Sinfonietta VivazzA has been awarded prizes for excellency in chamber music from the Medici International Music Competition as well as the London International Music Competition and was
presented on the Deutschlandfunk radio production Als Friede ein Fremdwort war/ When the word peace was an alien word honoring the end of World War II.
VivazzA is composed of international musicians, who have obtained a world-wide musical education and bring a well-rounded performance experience to each performance. As well as being active soloists, members of Sinfonietta VivazzA have played with such renowned ensembles and festivals as Ensemble Modern, the Münchener Rundfunkorchester, Musikfabrik, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (Minnesota, USA), Klassische Philharmonie Bonn, Lucerne Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Gateways Music Festival (New York, USA) , Villa Musica Rheinland-Pfalz, Beijing Modern Music Festival in China, and the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra.
In 2017, the core musicians and friends of Sinfonietta VivazzA founded a non-for-profit organisation, VivazzA e.V. to help support our artistic activities.
Since 2022, the Sinfonietta VivazzA is Ensemble-In- Residence in the Kulturbunker Köln-Mülheim . The Sinfonietta VivazzA is partially funded through an ensemble grant of the Deutsche Orchester Stiftung.