18 – 30 July 2022, Lugano (Switzerland)
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Festival, we are launching the inaugural Ticino Musica Festival Orchestra, to be conducted by alumnus Alexander Shelley.
Reflecting the spirit of Ticino Musica, the project revolves around collaboration and mutual exchange between leading international artists and talented early career musicians, offering an opportunity for both professional development and performance at the highest level. In the setting of some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, the Festival Orchestra will prepare two programmes of classical and contemporary masterpieces for performance across two weeks of the Festival.
Adrian Oetiker (piano), Marco Rizzi (violin), Giovanni Gnocchi (cello), Andrea Oliva (flute), Igor Podyomov (oboe), Calogero Palermo (clarinet), Gabor Meszaros (bassoon), Jacques Deleplancque (horn), Fritz Damrow (trumpet), Vincent Lepape (trombone)
Free application for auditions by 1 March 2022. Applications are welcomed from participants of all nationalities over the age of 18.
Fill in the application form (find link below) and provide the requested data, including:
See the Terms and conditions for details regarding the CV and the video audition.
Applications are open until 1 March 2022.
The confirmation of participation will be sent via email untile the 10th of March 2022.
The project covers the period from July 18 to 30 (with arrival on July 17 and departure on July 31). The rehearsals will start on July 18 and will take place in Lugano (Switzerland). The two concerts, with two contrasting programmes and in two different locations in Ticino (Switzerland), are planned for July 23 and July 30.
Music Director, Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra
Principal Associate Conductor, London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra