Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane was founded in Rome on March 4th, 1977, following the example of similar associations already operating in other European countries.
Since 2018, Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane has concretely supported our activities.
Aon is the first group in Italy in the sector of risk advice, human resources and insurance brokerage.
In 2021, Aon supported Musica con Vista festival.
Since Le Dimore del Quartetto started in 2017, Fondazione Berti has concretely supported our activities.
“I first met them by chance. A friend of mine was seated next to them during a lunch and, while chatting, she mentioned a project I was working on. It was about an orchestra founded in the city center of Palermo for juvenile social rehabilitation. They immediately asked to get in touch with me because they wanted to know more.
Every time Giancarla and Luciano spotted a chance to invest in a brave project bringing together music and young people, they would combine forces to guarantee a bright future and good results to it.”
Importance of value and responsible commitment
The Bracco Foundation is proud to have its roots embedded in the wealth of values firmly upheld by the Bracco family and company for 90 years, the primary value being that of corporate social responsibility. The core mission of the Foundation is to create, promote and propagate expressions of culture, art and science, as a way to improve quality of life and social cohesion. Particular attention is paid to the role of women and the young in the various aspects of life.
Since 2019, Fondazione Bracco has concretely supported our activities.
The Fondazione Brivio Sforza was born in 2012 with the aim of encouraging the collection of testimonies, the preservation, enhancement and knowledge of the historic, cultural and artistic heritage of the Brivio Sforza, Trivulzio and Barbianodi Belgiojoso d’Este families.
The foundation preserves the collection of documents, correspondences and books of the archive that has been built up throughout the past centuries.
In order to favor the confrontation and involvement of scholars, artists, both private, public, national and international institutions, it promotes the studies related to the history of their families through cultural events taking place at Palazzo Brivio Sforza in Milan and at Villa Belgiojoso in Merate (LC).
In 2019, Fondazione Brivio Sforza supported our activities by donating scholarships to young ensembles selected by Le Dimore del Quartetto.
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The Cariplo Foundation is a modern-time organisation with specific operational strategies, staffed with young, specialised personnel, equipped with the structures and the tools suitable to implement modern philanthropy initiatives, and to give ideas a future.
Its mission, role and operational strategy contribute to outline the profile of a foundation which acts as an entity that anticipates emerging needs – or selects deep-seated yet still unmet needs – tries new solutions to respond more effectively and less costly to them, and ultimately makes its best endeavors to disseminate successful solutions.
The project iC-innovazioneCulturale (innovazione culturale) has been launched in 2013, with the aim to sustain the creation and the development of start ups with high cultural innovation.
In 2018, Le Dimore del Quartetto has been selected by Fondazione Cariplo among the 20 winners (out of 321 participants from all over Italy) of the “Cultural Innovation” call, concretely supporting our activities form 2018 to 2020.
Fondazione CR Firenze is a foundation with banking origins, a not-for-profit institution with social interest. It works on an attentive program of investments and projects on the territory of Florence, Grosseto and Arezzo.
The areas in which the Foundation works are: promotion of culture and art, together with conservation and enhancement of cultural heritage; environmental and agricultural protection; scientific research and technological innovations, also in the medical-sanitary field; growth and youth education; volunteering and solidarity.
CR Firenze Foundation has awarded a grant for the support of Le Dimore del Quartetto’s activities in Florence and in the provinces of Grosseto and Arezzo for the years 2020 and 2021
The Fondazione CRT – Cassa di Risparmio di Torino is a private not-for-profit entity started by in 1991. For 28 years it has been one of the development and growth leaders of Piedmont and Aosta Valley as far as three macro-areas regard: Arts and Culture, Research and Education, Welfare and Territory. Thanks to its resources and projects, it enhances arts and cultural activities, it promotes scientific research and education, and it supports innovation and social entrepreneurship. In addition, it assists people in need, it focuses on environmental protection, on civil protection and on first aid.
Since its creation, the Fondazione CRT has been distributing resources for 1,9 billions of euro and it has allowed over 40,000 interventions for the territory, which have always taken care of the need of the territory, of the communities and institutions.
The Fondazione CRT has awarded a grant for the support of Le Dimore del Quartetto’s 2019 and 2020 activities in Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta.
The goal of Business Foundation EOS – Edison Orizzonte Sociale is to improve the quality of life of the most fragile part of communities through shared solutions capable of activating virtuous territorial networks to respond in new ways to social needs and identify new resources.
With the invaluable help of the Edison community and by supporting the potential of third sector operators, the Foundation wishes to enhance the entrepreneurial spirit of the people it targets with its projects, fostering the desire to get involved with creativity, respect and concern for the common welfare.
The EOS Foundation – Edison Orizzonte Sociale is a nationally recognized Third Sector Entity and will be registered in the Single National Register of the Third Sector.
In 2017, Fondazione Enzo Hruby concretely supported the activities of Le Dimore del Quartetto.
Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad.
Set to last until 2020, Erasmus+ doesn’t just have opportunities for students. Merging seven prior programmes, it has opportunities for a wide variety of individuals and organisations.
The aim of Erasmus+ is to contribute to the Europe 2020 strategy for growth, jobs, social equity and inclusion, as well as the aims of ET2020, the EU’s strategic framework for education and training.
Erasmus+ also aims to promote the sustainable development of its partners in the field of higher education, and contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Youth Strategy.
The European Commission, through the Erasmus+ programme, has awarded a grant for the support of MUSA project taking place from October 2020 to October 2020.
Europa Nostra was founded on 29 November 1963 in Paris. For over 50 years, we have celebrated, protected and lobbied for cultural heritage. Europa Nostra is today recognised as the most representative heritage organisation in Europe with members from over 40 countries.
The EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards (as of 2019 the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards) was launched in 2002 by the European Commission and has been organised by Europa Nostra ever since. The Awards promote best practices related to heritage conservation, management, research, education and communication. In this way, the Awards scheme contributes to a stronger public recognition of cultural heritage as a strategic resource for Europe’s society and economy.
In 2019, Le Dimore del Quartetto is among the winners of the European Heritage Award / Europa Nostra Award, the most prestigious prize in Europe, in the “Education, training and awareness” category.
Since the beginning in 2017, Fondo Morosini has supported our activities by donating scholarships to young ensembles selected by Le Dimore del Quartetto.
The Fondazione Giorgio Cini was created in 1951 by Vittorio Cini to commemorate his son Giorgio, who had died tragically in an air crash in 1949. The Foundation is the earliest example in Italy of a private organization whose principal aims included humanistic studies at a time when collective interest was focused on economics, science, and technology. Vittorio Cini made his Foundation an heir to a centuries-old tradition of the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore: he gave it the historical role and vocation of the monastery whose legacy he wished to perpetuate. Today the Fondazione Giorgio Cini is an internationally recognized cultural institution which continues to draw inspiration from its original vocation and at the same time plays a leading role as a center for studies and a venue for meetings and debate on current issues.
Since 2020, Fondazione Cini has concretely supported our activities.
The main goal of the Gioventù Musicale d’Italia is that of supporting young musicians in their professional activity, with particular focus on the transition from school to the labour market. Gioventù Musicale d’Italia also aims at disseminating music, as an expression of human feeling, and works for compensating the lack of musical studies in the national education system.
Since the beginning in 2017, Gioventù Musicale has supported our activities by donating scholarships to young ensembles selected by Le Dimore del Quartetto.
ITSRIGHT is a collective management organisation founded in 2010 to manage, in Italy and abroad, neighbouring rights’ revenues due for any kind of public use of recorded music, in compliance with the Italian Copyright Law. Our mission is to ensure a global, competent and transparent way of collecting and distributing compensations due to performers, orchestra and chorus conductors, solo and orchestra musicians, artistic producers, record companies. With a professional and customer-oriented organisation, an integrated approach to the business and an international dimension, ITSRIGHT is a leading company providing high-standard services that guarantees you a transparent and efficient way to distribute your neighbouring rights’ compensations.
ITRIGHT has been the first supporter of Le Dimore del Quartetto in 2018
The present-day Società del Quartetto is the product of an evolution that was initiated in 1864 by Arrigo Boito and Tito Ricordi, to “encourage and disseminate devotion to good music through public and private concerts, especially in the Quartet and Symphonic genres.”
In 2017 and 2018, Società del Quartetto di Milano concretely supported the activities of Le Dimore del Quartetto.
The Fondazione Centro di Musicologia Walter Stauffer is one of the most important private institutions for the promotion of music and music culture in Italy.
Established in Cremona, in 1970, by Italian-Swiss patron and entrepreneur Walter Stauffer, the Foundation aims to promote and support advanced musical training for string players, traditional Cremonese violin making and musicological research.
In 1985, the Foundation established the Stauffer Academy, an ambitious educational project aimed at supporting future generations of musicians, to whose creation some of Italy’s most renowned Masters contributed: Salvatore Accardo (violin), Bruno Giuranna (viola), Rocco Filippini (cello) and Franco Petracchi (double bass).
Through a forward-thinking scholarship program, the Stauffer Foundation provides full financial support to all of the Academy’s students, highlighting their talent and excellence.
The Foundation owns a uniquely valuable collection of historical instruments, which are exhibited on loan at the Violin Museum in Cremona. The collection includes a Guarneri del Gesù violin, an Enrico Ceruti violin, a Girolamo Amati viola and an Antonio Stradivari cello.
Stauffer has its institutional headquarters at the historic Palazzo Raimondi. In 2015, Stauffer acquired ownership of Palazzo Stradiotti, an iconic building that, after major renovation works, was returned to the city of Cremona as Palazzo Stauffer. The building now houses the Stauffer Center for Strings. Dedicated to string players, this innovative multifunctional campus has inspired the entire international music community.
The Studio Michele Assini – Dottore Commercialista was started by in 1993. Today, it is split into three seats (in Quinzano d’Oglio, Brescia, in Soncino, Cremona, and in Milan) and it employs sixteen people who carry out fiscal, accounting, legal and contractual services among many others, for any kind of enterprise.
Since Le Dimore del Quartetto started in 2017, the Studio Michele Assini has always followed our activities pro bono, with passion and willingness.
In 2018, Tannico concretely supported our activities.
Trevisan & Cuonzo is one of the best known law firm in Italy in the field of commercial law and intellectual property. Founded in 1993 by Luca Trevisan and Gabriele Cuonzo, nowasays it assists many of the most innovative and technologically-advanced companies in the world in numerous fields. The firm is headquartered in Milan, Rome, Parma and Bari and it always strives to have a positive impact on the communities by supporting local no-profit organizations and sponsoring cultural events.
In 2022, Trevisan & Cuonzo – Supporting the Arts supported the organization of the project MetaFour at Isituto Parini in Como
Quartetto di Cremona has always supported our activities becoming our testimonial in the world. Performing on international stages, it represents the excellence of the Italian Quartet in the world and is an example of quality and values for our young emerging quartets.
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