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New Project Orchestra

New Project Orchestra

The New Project Orchestra is a line-up with a 25 years long history by now. It gathers professional musicians from all the North-East sector of Italy, musicians who are already members of the most prominent orchestras both in the Classic as well as in the Jazz field.

In those years the orchestra have worked with many well-known players, like Lee Konitz, Fabrizio Bosso, Javier Girotto, Giovanni Falzone, Marco Pierobon, Roberto Spadoni, Mauro Beggio, Roberto Cipelli, Florian Brambock, Bruno De Filippi, Renato Geremia, Rudy Migliardi, Irene Oliver, Stefan Milenkovic, and actors like Arnoldo Foa, Paolo Valerio and Enzo Decaro.

The New Project Orchestra have recorded various albums: "Across the Beatles' Universe", "Onde Mediterranee", "New Project Orchestra Here Comes", attached to the magazine "Audiophile Sound" printed in 20.000 copies, "La Natura dell'Amore" with the reading voice of Arnoldo Foa, "Mille Lire al mese" distributed by IRD in Italy, Germany and Southeast Asia (Hong Kong), "Canzoni dipinte di Jazz", "Walkin' with Jeru", distributed by Abeat Records, with special guest Javier Girotto, "25th" for the newspaper "Corriere della Sera", "Sphere" dedicated to Thelonious Monk, "Stray Horns - Lush Music" dedicated to works of Billy Strayhorn, "Travel Music" for Alfamusic, "L'America bagnata dal Mediterraneo" with Maestro Bruno Tommaso.

Since 1995 the orchestra perform in renowned concert events and festivals, both in Italy and abroad, in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, Hungary and Spain. They have been hosted in many special events produced by RAI (the Italian State official Broadcast) and Mediaset (the biggest Italian private Network). The New Project Orchestra have been positively reviewed in various magazines: "Musica Jazz", "Jazz-It", "Fedeltà del Suono", "Audiophile Sound", "Basimedia Magazine" and international publications, like "Cuadernos de Jazz", "Espectaculos", "La Vanguardia", "Jazz Hot", "Egin Kultura", "El Diario Vasco", "ABC" and "El Mundo".