Salvatore Di Vittorio To Guest Conduct The Danbury Symphony - March 20
Program at Ives Concert Hall in Danbury, Connecticut
The Danbury Symphony Orchestra will perform under guest conductor Salvatore
Di Vittorio on Sunday, March 20, 2005, 3 PM in the Ives Concert Hall of
Danbury Music Center, 256 Main Street in Danbury, Connecticut. Mr. Di
Vittorio will lead the orchestra in a concert entitled "A New World,"
in honor of his conducting debut in this country.
The program, funded with a generous gift from Joan and Fred Weisman,
will include Rossini's Semiramide Overture, Mozart's Clarinet Concerto
and Dvorak's Symphony No. 9, "From the New World". The soloist in the
clarinet concerto is Pascal Archer, former member and soloist with the
New World Symphony and First Prize Winner at the Canadian Music Competition
in 1996 and 1997.
This concert is free and open to the public. Please call the Danbury
Music Center at 203-748-1716 for additional information. For more about
this concert or the Danbury Symphony, please visit
Praised for his elegance on the podium, Salvatore Di Vittorio's conducting
repertoire highlights music of the classical, romantic, and twentieth
century periods, with a concentration on works by Italian composers.
In Italy, he is Visiting Assistant Conductor of the Orchestra Accademia
Musicale Siciliana of Palermo. He has also served as Guest/Visiting
Assistant Conductor with Orchestra International Chamber Ensemble of
Rome and Orchestra Florence Symphonietta, and as Founder/Music Director
of the Orchestra Sinfonica del Teatro Mondiale at Manhattan School of
Music. As a composer, his symphonies have been premiered by leading
orchestras and festivals in Orvieto, Palermo, Ragusa, Venice, Cairo,
Brussels, Perugia, Florence, Rome, San Jose, and New York. Visit his
website at http://www.salvatoredivittorio.homestead.com/
For more information about Salvatore DiVittorio, please contact Jeffrey
James Arts Consulting at 516-797-9166 or [log in to unmask]
Jeffrey James Arts Consulting