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The Turin Philharmonic Orchestra was established in April 1992, after ten years of activity as the Filarmonici di Torino, when important co-productions were undertaken for the RAI (Radiotelevisione italiana) symphonic seasons, with the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Turin, and the San Paolo Company. The Turin Philharmonic holds its regular concert series at the Giuseppe Verdi Hall. The orchestra has collaborated with prestigious conductors including Sergiu Celibidache, Carlo Maria Giulini, James Levine, Giuseppe Patané, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Thomas Sanderling, Marcello Viotti, Aldo Ceccato, Christian Benda, their first guest conductor, and world-famous soloists such as Boris Belkin, Andrea Bocelli, Maurice Bourgue, Bruno Canino, Eugene Istomin, Alexander Lonquich, Shlomo Mintz, Ruggero Raimondi, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Mstislav Rostropovich and Maxim Vengerov. A key person for the ensemble’s team work is the distinguished concertmaster Sergio Lamberto, highly appreciated for his musical and human qualities by both orchestra musicians and conductors. In November 1995, the orchestra received special recognition and financial support from the Piedmont regional government. The orchestra is also supported by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, the municipality of Turin, the city of Turin, the San Paolo Company, the CRT Foundation, and sponsors Lavazza, Dayco Europe, Studio Torta, Turin, and Pragmata, Reggio Emilia, among others.

Torino Philharmonic Orchestra

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