Guido Arbonelli


Guido Arbonelli (born in Perugia, Italy) completed his studies, receiving the highest of honours at the Conservatory in Perugia. He has been a performer and soloist in Italian and foreign orchestras: Metro chamber orchestra (Brooklyn-Usa),Sanremo orchestra, Arezzo Orchestra,Guido D’Arezzo, orchestra RAI of Torin and Naples (Italy), Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia e dell’Umbria, I Solisti di Perugia, Nis Simphony orchestra (Serbia), Stettino orchestra (Poland), Arturo Toscanini orchestra and Queen’s College orchestra (Usa), Simphony Orchestra in Constanta (Romania), Bologna Theatre Orchestra and collaborated with Teatro Lirico Sperimentale in Spoleto and CRDM.

Arbonelli is currently on the faculty at the Conservatory “F. Morlacchi” in Perugia.

Mr. Arbonelli has collaborated with many Italian festivals and taken part in concerts in Drexel University (Philadelphia), Stanford University (San Francisco), Habana (Cuba), Norway (tromso university), Croatia ( Cres festival), Iceland (Academy of arts), Argentina (Buenos Aires, Rosario, Santafè), Turkey (Halic Univertisty), Finland (Helsinky Sibelius Academy- Brinkhall Summer Concert), Libia (Leptis-Magna), Russia (Moscow Conservatory, San Petersburg Sound Way Festival), Greece (Argostoli), Slovacchia (Praga e art Academy), Hungary (Filharmonia and Academy Liszt), Cipro ( Nicosia College),Slovenia(Academy of Ljubliana), Germany (Hochschule Stoccarda – Furstenfeldbruck, Freiburg, Heilbronn, Stuttgart, Ingolstadt), England, The Netherlands  (Middelburg festival), France (Bordeaux Temp’ora festival, University VIII in Paris,Musiques en Euroregion, Nuova musica Strasburgo,nuova musica in Marsiglia), Switzerland, Spain (Escena contemporanea and C.D.M.C. Madrid, Salamanca, Avila, Conservatorio Superiore Malaga),(University of Aveiro, Braganca politecnico) Portugal, Sweden (Stockholm New Music Festival, Fylkingen and Boras), Serbia (Review of Composers and NIS Symphony orchestra) , Malta (Fest-Malta), Belgium (Société Royale d’Harmonie d’Anvers, Sint-Truiden, Orpheus and Antwerpen) , Brasil (Bienal international-Musica Nova), Albania (ISCM), Austria (Spectrum-Villach,Aspekte-Salzburg, Shoenberg center- Vienna),Romania “Filarmonica Mihail Jora” in Bacau, Simphonic Orch. in Constanta, University vest Timisoara, USA (New music-Miami), Chicago (Art Institute), Hartford University, Oneonta University, Baltimore (Goucher College), New York (Symphony space – Wagner College)- (Westchester College), Boston (Cyber-art), Washington (Allegamy College), New Jersey (Bergen college), Chile (University of Valparaiso), Colorado (Colorado College), China (contemporary festival Pechino), Canada (New work Calgary), Japan ( Tokyo and Kagoshima) and  the Italian Institute in Turkey, Albania, Belgrade, Stockholm, Budapest, Pechino, Madrid.


He has recorded for Editoriali Scientifica, EMA Vinci,  Navona records (north Hampton), ICIA_IAEF, Innova recording (Usa), Sky, RAI international, Stradivarius, Sedam, Hyperprism, RaiTrade, Sinfonica, Music Fund (Bratislava), Alia Music, AFM, Ipsar, Phoenix, Domani Musica, Aliamusica, Auralit/Mnemes,Rara, Cemat, Crescendo, Extraplatte (Austria) , Rustyrecords, Pentaphon, MPA, Agenda, Pizzicato, Eridania,Egea, MPS and UK M2 ( England),Capstone and New World Records -USA and for Taukay, Australian, French, Italian, Hungarian, Dutch, Slav, Brazilian, Swedish, Maltesian, Austrian, Slovena, Israelian, California, Belgian, Rumenian, Chile, American and Canadian radios.

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