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World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra
World Youth Orchestra

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The World Youth Orchestra has been appointed as the Orchestra in residence of the International Festival of Young Musicians.
This festival began in Rome in September 2001, thanks to a collaboration between the Association MusicaEuropa and a national and international partnership, aimed at showcasing young talents and recognising their professionalism.
The Festival’s purpose is to develop, through its artistic activities, a cultural dialogue and exchange between northern and southern Europe, the countries of the Mediterranean basin and the Balkans, with the participation of young musicians from five continents, as well as the encouragement of a new idea of community between art and social involvement.

International Festival of Young Musicians 2001

October 4th  2001 –  Aula Magna dell’Università “La Sapienza”
World Youth Orchestra, conductor: Douglas Boyd, violin: Francesco Manara
L. V. Beethoven Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61
R. Schumann Symphony No. 3 in E-flat major “Rhenish”, opus 97

October 6th  2001 Aula Magna dell’Università “La Sapienza”
World Youth Orchestra, conductor: Alan Buribayev, winner of the Concorso Internazionale Antonio Pedrotti
Piano: Riccardo Giuranna
D. Cimarosa Le Astuzie Femminili overture
W. A. Mozart Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, Kv. 414
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Symphony No. 3 in A Minor, op. 56, “Scottish”

October 9th  Aula Magna dell’Università “La Sapienza”
World Youth Orchestra, conductor: Damiano Giuranna,
cello: Alain Meunier
G. Rossini L’Italiana in Algeri overture,
R. Schumann cello Concerto in A minor, op 129,
F. Schubert Symphony No. 1 in D Major, D. 82

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