The Ambient’Azioni Musicali project was born in 2010 from the desire of a group of young musicians to carry out a high-level educational and artistic activity that stood out in the traditional
scenery of music summer courses.
For this purpose, we thought of setting up a Campus where teachers and students worked closely, in an informal and exchange atmosphere and collaboration between the various classes. To encourage this climate all participants share one common space, they sit at the same table with the teachers, so that even free time becomes an opportunity for sharing and planning.
Since the first edition, our choice has been rewarded by an ever-increasing number of adhesions: hundreds of students from 18 countries of Europe and the world participated in the campus during the various editions.
Eos: the divinity of the day, who on board a chariot pulled by two horses opens the gates of Paradise for the sun to rise. Within this definition, our Eos Festival was born, in July 2021, on the wonderful island of Ventotene. The result of a path of work, research, experimentation, maturation, which lasted almost 10 years.
Eos literally represents the dawn of a new period: a response to the enormous need that the entire musical world has to restart, reorganize, reconnect with society, pursuing the specific intent of identifying the professionals “of tomorrow” and constituting a springboard for launch for the rise of their career.
In an extraordinary territory, rich in naturalistic wonders, authentic archaeological jewels, suggestive villages within which we enjoy an enviable quality of life like the Marsica, too often culture doesn’t find the space it deserves.
Hence the idea of the “Autumn Notes” Chamber music review, a project that already in its first edition involved groups of musicians from the entire peninsula in a context in which, with few exceptions, is almost totally absent an artistic / cultural program.
On 21 June 1982, through the initiative conceived by the French Ministry of Culture, amateur and professional musicians invaded streets, courtyards, squares, gardens, stations, museums throughout France, thus giving life to the Fête de la Musique.
Going well beyond the goal of giving visibility to the figure of the musician, the European Day of Music has become an authentic social phenomenon: since then every year over 120 countries around the world celebrate the summer solstice.
Since 2017, our Association has also accepted the invitation of MIBACT by joining the international circuit and already carrying out 3 editions in its own territory.