Interpreti Veneziani

"A new ensemble on the Italian and international concert scene!"

This is how, in 1987, the Interpreti Veneziani made their debut, immediately gaining a reputation for the "...youthful exuberance and all-Italian brio characterising their performances".

A datum point in a worldwide musical panorama, the Interpreti Veneziani reached their XXIV Concert Season in Venice, which includes more than 60.000 viewers every year from all around the world.

The great talent of the musicians that compose this group, permits them to interpret the Baroque, Classical and Modern repertory with virtuosity, involving emotionality and interpretive variety, the keys to success from the audience and the critics, obtained in every concert.

Their important achievements include appearances in the Melbourne Festival, in the Bayruth Festival and concerts at Stockholm's Royal Palace, participating in the World Vision telemarathon at the Kirov Theatre to mark the "reinstatement of the name St. Petersburg", a concert at the Osaka Symphony Hall in live broadcast for the Japanese radio, concerts at the Tokyo Suntory Hall and Kjoi Hall.

United States, Japan, Canada, Latin America alternate every year in their calendar with concerts in the most prestigious halls.

This year they were they main characters in the tour in South America, which touched the most important theatres in Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, Chile and Argentina, in a tour in Brazil and one in the USA. Next year they’ll return to Japan, Australia and Canada.

The Interpreti Veneziani's recording activity includes the production of the first compact disc with the music publishers Musikstrasse containing Giuseppe Tartini and other 18 compact discs recorded with In.Ve.Nice Sound.