Our history

Ochestra

The Orchestra Fiati of Ancona (OFA) is composed of 50 musicians from the Marche region. Since 2000 the workforce has been consolidated and faced the most important works of the great composers of all time (Persichetti, Milhaud, Reed, Bourgeois, Ticheli, Sparke, Der Roost, Appermont). The opera season 2003, stands as the stage band in Opera productions the Teatro delle Muse. The continued commitment to the promotion of original music for winds allowed the execution of important projects (Smith's Divine Comedy Symphony by Hindemith) and collaboration with artists of international renown. The program, always refined and varied, never fails to fascinate audiences. Great success with critics and audiences are the two concerts that the municipality of Ancona offers to citizenship: new year's concert and the concert of liberation (25 April). In this occasion the highest record Doric always sold out. The April 2010 is the world premiere of "Concerto grosso" by British composer Brian Earl, which he dedicated to the orchestra an important composition: "Sinfonietta", which saw its first performance on 25 April 2011 at the Teatro delle Muse Ancona. Large successful production, in association with AnconaJazz, of a concert which saw guest orchestra clarinetist Gabriele Mirabassi, an additional challenge that the orchestra has passed with great skill through a repertoire that from swing jazz and contemporary music has touched. Daniele Gasparini, composer marches several times winner of international competitions, dedicated to the OFA "Trans Europe Express" for piano, Narrator and orchestra premiered on 25 April 2015 at the teatro delle Muse Ancona.
Guests of the orchestra were Luca violins (theatrical reading), Alessandro Fossi (tuba), Linda Cambell (euphonium), Gabriele Mirabassi (clarinet), Isabel Russinova (actress), Simone Gashema and Marco Santini (violin), Federico Mondelci (saxophone), Daniele di Bonaventura (bandoneon), Stefania Donzelli, Mary Abbate, Danny Callahan, Patrizia Bakepubyg, soprano; Isabella Conti, Anastasia Pirogova (mezzosoprano), Patrizio Saudelli, Augusto Celsi, Carlo Gamage (tenor), Lucio Mauti, Giampiero Ruggeri (baritone).
In July 2017 the orchestra opened its first Grand Gala at the Mole, a symphonic Opera concert that has enjoyed great success.