When music is expressed with magic in its truest essence...
Intense interpretation, dense and expressive sound … These are the adjectives that characterized the QuartettOrfeo in various concerts through the old continent. The ensemble was founded by a group of four musicians that has always expressed the ambition to present a range of programs that alternate classical to contemporary music and open up new musical journeys where today’s composers can have new perspectives.
Guest of important music festivals in Italy such as Livorno Music Festival, Stagione Borgiana of Nepi, Estate Romana of Rome, International Music Festival of Geneva and others, audiences and critics are unanimous in giving tribute to the group that has captured attention as a very interesting musical reality on the current stage.
As principal, it regularly works with the Orchestre Symphonique du Mont-Blanc and the Mission Chamber Orchestra. From 2014 dedicates part of its activity in training young musicians through the educational-project of the Orchestra Giovanile Archi Accademia Nova in Rome. The ensemble also works in pop music collaborating to the incision of the album disco “Il signor G e l’amore” – a tribute to Giorgio Gaber – with the singer Rossana Casale. To be mentioned the project that connects the quartet with the guitarist Alessio Nebiolo to the label “Brillant” in a tribute to Astor Piazzolla.
The ensemble regularly records soundtracks for movies and tv series in Italy and Switzerland as principals and as string quartet.
QuatettOrfeo is member of Musicfor International, through which the ensemble dedicates part of his musical activities in supporting the development of music in disadvantaged areas of the world by contributing to the building of schools of music. Thousands of children have such an opportunity to get closer to music by changing their perception and their perspective of life.
Yorgos Siopoudis, violin (Charles Enel 1926)
Adele Napoli, violin (Mathias Menanteau 2012)
Morian Taddei, viola (Franco Simeoni 2010)
Ilaria Altan Calabrò, cello (Guido Maraviglia 1977)