Since several years our association is distinguished for the
high quality of its organization. The events managed by us have become well-established appointments; we are
honoured by the patronage of the President of the Italian Republic, of the Presidency of the Cabinet, of the
Unicef, of the Unckr, of the Regione Toscana and of the Provinces of Florence and Grosseto.
We have many collaborations with Public Administrations, national and international organizations, for creating
new projects for young musicians to study with professionals.
|The Festival "Santa Fiora in Musica" is promoted by the
Commune of Santa Fiora and organized by the association "La Settima Musa" of Florence.
It is a successful enterprise, increasingly appreciated by the musical world and gratyfied by compliments from the
public and the critics.
Thanks to the dedication of the Artistic Director Luca Benucci, who has already organized several events at
the highest level in the past editions, this VI edition promises a series of great sound and visual emotions.
The Festival is a very important cultural event for Santa Fiora, a medieval village at the altitude of 700 mts, or
the whole area of Mount Amiata and for young Italian musicians, who can study with professionals coming from
several countries; citizens will have the possibility of attending most performances free of charge.
The festival will host some of the most important Youth Orchestras: AJO, Amersfoort Youth Orchestra, Youth
and Music Orchestra of Antwerp, Sinfonic Band of Benidorm.
The symphonic and chamber programme will also include the ITALIAN WIND & BRASS ORCHESTRA,
collaborating with soloists and conductors coming from top international orchestras: Berliner Philharmoniker,
Chicago Symphony, Teatro alla Scala, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Opera di Monaco di Baviera, Bayerisch Radio
Orchester, teachers and internationally renowned experts; as usual, we will end with masterclasses and concerts
of the members of the Chicago-Italian Brass ensemble.
Magic notes will animate this wonderful village, making it the "city of music" of Mount Amiata.