Le Dimore del Quartetto, besides the organisation of artistic residencies and concerts for string quartets and trios, takes care of diversified projects having the same mission: the enhancement of the territory and the historic heritage, and the support of young musicians.
ARCHILLUM | Itineraries of Music and Discovery is a widespread festival aimed at enhancing the heritage of hidden and less-known territories and the String Quartet repertoire played by outstanding young ensembles. A series of concerts hosted in various historic houses scattered all over the territory encourages the audience to discover the region.
PROJECT OF SOCIAL AWARENESS
Cristina Trivulzio di Belgiojoso | 150 Anni On the occasion of the installation of the first statue in Milan dedicated to a woman, Cristina Trivulzio di Belgiojoso, Le Dimore del Quartetto organizes an itinerary of concerts and conversations to turn the spotlight on the extraordinary life of this heroine of the Italian Risorgimento and to suggest a starting point for a broader collective recognition of women’s action in history and in the contemporary time.
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR MUSICIANS AND MASTERCLASS
ESPRESSO MASTERCLASS is a few-days advanced masterclass organised by Le Dimore del Quartetto. The ensembles get the chance to attend intense chamber music classes with renowned international teachers in historic houses. Students also perform concerts, putting into practice the repertoire they have been studying during those days. The ensembles are winners of scholarships allowing them to participate to the masterclass for free.
MUSIC WITH MASTERS | Advanced Musical Masterclasses is a course of high musical specialisation that takes place in Pistoia (Tuscany) in September. Classes are held by the most famous maestros coming from all over the world. It involves the whole citizen body with lessons, concerts and encounters in the most beautiful historic rooms of the city.
FOURFUN is a musical journey based on a direct dialogue between musicians and young students, without the barriers erected in a concert hall. It allows students to work in a team as if they were a string quartet. During a meeting, moments of musical performances, lectures and workshops will alternate.