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    New International Philharmonia Orchestra

    Alessandra Vittini | direction
    David Bismuth | piano 

    Alessandra Vittini and her New International Philharmonia Orchestra offer a special program with three summits of Mozart's work.

    Alessandra Vittini
    Alessandra Vittini - DR

    Mozart Don Giovanni, Overture
    Concerto for piano No. 20 K. 466
    Symphony No. 41 K. 551 « Jupiter » 

    In 2011, Alessandra Vittini created the New International Philharmonia Orchestra and the New International Chamber Orchestra, both of which are made up of musicians who are mostly prizewinners from the major international music schools. The high technical calibre and enthusiasm of these orchestras have earned them recognition as a top-class ensemble capable of performing a wide range of repertoire, from chamber music to symphonic works. Under the direction of its permanent conductor Alessandra Vittini, the New International Philharmonia Orchestra has recorded Johann Sebastian Bach's concerti for keyboard and orchestra with David Bismuth.

    PRODUCTION Wint Orchestra & Chorus

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