About Comitato AMUR
The Comitato AMUR was born in Italy in May 2020 from the desire to bring together some of the most important Italian chamber music institutions into a single body, with the aim of promoting common activities and objectives.
Preceded by the five-year experience of Rete AMUR – Associazioni MUsicali in Rete (Network of Music Associations), the committee was formed as a propulsive and proactive force, for a concrete and national response to cultural life, also aiming at participating in international networks.
The value of creating a system, which has always united the institutions involved, is transformed into a common commitment: aware of their moral responsibility and cultural heritage, that needs to be handed down to the new generations, the institutions of classical music intend to stimulate further applications and as many virtuous unions in Italy and abroad, and at the same time relaunch the classical music concert activity in Italy.
The historical concert organizations, from Trieste to Palermo, gather in this website with the aim of enhancing all the concert programming of the members of the Comitato AMUR and promoting common projects such as the circulation of young professional musicians and the organization of tours for Italian artists, international events, conferences, cultural trips, events that enrich the cultural life of the country.
The Committee pays particular attention to young audiences by committing itself to planning open rehearsals and special projects aimed at schools.
Following, the members of the Comitato AMUR:
Campania: Associazione Alessandro Scarlatti
Emilia Romagna: Associazione Ferrara Musica, Fondazione Musica Insieme di Bologna and Società dei Concerti di Parma
Friuli-Venezia Giulia: Società dei Concerti di Trieste
Lombardy: Società del Quartetto di Milano and Fondazione La Società dei Concerti di Milano
Marche: Marche Concerti
Sicily: Associazione Musicale Etnea, Associazione Siciliana Amici della Musica and Filarmonica Laudamo Messina
Tuscany: Associazione Musicale Lucchese
Trentino-Alto Adige: Società Filarmonica di Trento
Umbria: Amici della Musica di Foligno ONLUS, Fondazione Brunello e Federica Cucinelli and Fondazione Perugia Classica Onlus
Veneto: Amici della Musica di Padova and Società del Quartetto di Vicenza
The importance of creating a stable and unique collaboration between entities with such experience and representativeness of the territory is accompanied by the desire to extend the participation to other musical institutions spread throughout the country with similar characteristics and which share the aims of the committee.