From the Idea to the Project
To design a project, we always have to start with an idea: that much is obvious. This idea is often the result of feelings, needs, and experiences that we are only occasionally able to precisely pinpoint in the timeline of our lives. What’s certain is that coming up with the right idea is exhilarating and allows us to already see the finished project.
WHAT AMUSART OFFERS YOU
Knowing how to turn an idea into reality is the foundation of our work. Over the years we have come up with many new formulas for promoting classical music, paving the way for a new style that downplays the ways to further enhance its precious content: performance concepts, social formats, fundraising campaigns, innovative scholarships, and social media fests.
BB - 300
A social media fest dedicated to Brandenburg Concerts' 300 birthday: BB-300 | Bach Brandenburg Social Fest on all social media and on Amusart's blog magazine Spin-Off. Podcasts, articles, and original stories written by the Amusart team.
B - 250
A social media fest dedicated to Beethoven's 250th birthday: B-250 | Beethoven Social Fest on all social media and on Amusart's blog magazine Spin-Off. Podcasts, articles, and original stories written by the Amusart team.
A fundraiser that, in 2020, asked musicians to support the efforts of the Lazzaro Spallanzani National Institute for Infectious Diseases in Rome during the worldwide Covid-19 epidemic.
A social media format of interviews with those who, in music, do rather than say: on Tiziana Tentoni’s Facebook page, an appointment to tell stories about music and life, without taking oneself too seriously.
MAKE MUSIC NOT WAR
The concept of the Make Music Not War concert at the Teatro Verdi in Pordenone, the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, and the Ravello Festival is to turn down your ringtones and tweet your emotions.
A fundraiser aimed at rebuilding areas in Lazio damaged by the 2016 earthquake, with the Neojiba Youth Orchestra and Ricardo Castro at the Teatro Vespasiano in Rieti.
An Amusart scholarship awarded to the 2107 finalist of the Chigiana Competition who most effectively interprets the social media and internet needs of classical music promotion.