The Amici della Musica Chamber Choir

The Amici della Musica Chamber Choir, founded in 1970 in Fumane (Verona, Italy), immediately attracted the attention of the public and critics by winning the Vittorio Veneto National Competition with a brilliant First Prize in 1975. It performed some pages of eighteenth-century repertoire (Vivaldi and Pergolesi) performed with the Chamber Orchestra "Giuseppe Torelli" under the guidance of Giorgio Croci. Over the years the Amici della Musica performed concerts in Rome, Assisi, Trieste, Loreto, Strasbourg, Munich, Heidelberg, Innsbruck. Since 2002 the choir has been conducted by Gian Paolo Dal Dosso who, while maintaining the over ten-year tradition, has promoted and encouraged Renaissance production (Victoria, Palestrina, Viadana), reaching successful successes with participation in the festivals of Aix en Provence (France, 2004), Ile Rousse (Corsica, 2005 & 2014) and Musica Sacra  (Croatia, 2019). Since 2013 he has collaborated with the choir the Amici della Musica Chamber Orchestra with which it performed Alto e gloroso Dio (2013) and Et incarnatus est (2014) concerts. In 2020 the Amici della Musica Chamber Choir will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its foundation.