St Matthew’s Passion in San Marco in Milano

Cameristi della Scala will perform Bach’s St Matthew’s Passion for the first time in the church of San Marco in Milan on May 3rd, 2021 at 8.00pm. The performance will see the participation of the Lausanne chamber choir Laudate Deum en Choeur de Chambre, one of the most renowned Swiss choirs, which will debut in Italy in this occasion.

The concert, that will be conducted by Wilson Hermanto, will see the participation of excellent soloists, such as the tenor Maximilian Schmitt, in the role of the Evangelist, and the baritone Krešimir Stražanac, in the role of Jesus. The other solo parts will be entrusted to the mezzo-soprano Ingeborg Danz, to the tenor Patrick Grahl and to the baritone Johann Kristinsson.

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Cameristi della Scala in La Rochelle

Cameristi della Scala are back in France and make their debut in La Rochelle at the La Coursive theater.

Under the baton of Wilson Hermanto Cameristi will perform some of the most beautiful and virtuoso compositions for chamber orchestra.

Solo violin, Francesco Manara


Sir Edward Elgar 
Introduction and Allegro op. 47 for strings
Felix Mendelssohn 
Concerto for violin and strings in D minor
Gioacchino Rossini 
Sonata a quattro n° 3 in C major
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Serenata for strings in C major op. 48

On the occasion of the 27th edition of the Autumn Tbilisi Music Festival Cameristi della Scala will make their debut in Georgia.

On October 3rd at the Djansug Kakhidze Tbilisi Center for Music & Culture Cameristi will perform music by Vivaldi, Grieg, Penderecki, Bruch and a work by Vato Kakhidze, Bruderschaft. M° Kakhidze will also be the protagonist on the piano. Solo viola, Simonide Braconi.


Cameristi della Scala

Vakhtang Kakhidze

 Simonide Braconi, viola

Krzysztof Penderecki 

Three pieces in the old stile

Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto for viola d’amore and strings in d minor

Edvard Grieg

Holberg Suite op. 40

Max Bruch 

Romanza op. 85 for viola and orchestra

Vakhtang Kakhidze

Bruderschaft for viola, piano and strings

Three concerts for Matera Cultural Capitol of Europe 2019

A very intense weekend is coming for Cameristi della Scala. Two different programs for Matera Cultural Capitol of Europe 2019 in the same day. On September 21st we start at 12:00 at church of Purgatory with a program entirely dedicated to Antonio Vivaldi with compositions for solo violin, flute and cello. Soloists: Francesco Manara, Massimo Mercelli and Massimo Polidori.

In the evening, in the magnificent frame of Cava del Sole, we will perform one of our most acclaimed programs, “Le Otto Stagioni”. Solo violin, Francesco Manara.

On Sunday the last performance at Museo della Mille Miglia in Brescia for the Festival le X Giornate.

Enescu Festival

How many incredible things can happen at the same time…

Cameristi della Scala, under the baton of Wilson Hermanto, will make their debut on September 6th at the Enescu Festival in Bucharest. For the first time performing with the cellist Daniel Muller Schott and for the first time performing one of the most interesting compositions of a young George Enescu: the string octet op.7. The program also include Haydn cello concerto in C major and Tchaikovsky string Serenade op.48.

No doubt, it will be an exiting evening

Cameristi della Scala for “Nubiana” at Milan Triennale

On February 13th, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the rescue of the Abu Simbel temples from the waters of the Aswan dam the Salini Impregilo Group celebrates the achievement with an event at the Milan Triennale presenting the book “Nubiana” and a concert of the Cameristi della Scala with a program dedicated to the Egypt of the Pharaohs. La Scala musicians will perform some of the most beautiful and evocative pieces from Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida transcribed for chamber orchestra by Gianluca Scandola.

In Grenoble at la Maison de la musique

On January 30th Cameristi della Scala will perform for the first time in Grenoble in the concert season of la Maison de la culture.

The concert, with Ingrid Jacoby at the piano and Marco Toro as solo trumpet, will be conducted by Wilson Hermanto. Following the common thread of the concerts season in Grenoble the program will show humor in music in all its forms: from the shamelessly theatrical one of Mozart’s Musical joke, which teases the mediocre composers so appreciated at court, to the most sarcastic and bitter Shostakovich of the first concert for piano, trumpet and strings, in which the composer stands in open contrast with the aesthetic dictates of the Soviet regime.

Imola, Teatro Stignani for the Emilia Romagna Festival

Cameristi della Scala will be back to Imola on December 3rd, seven years after the wonderful performance with La Scala children’s choir at the Rocca Sforzesca. The concert, that is part of the Emilia Romagna Festival winter season, will be held at the Teatro Ebe Stignani and will involve La Scala first flute, Andrea Manco and La Scala concertmaster, Francesco Manara.

Here below the link to find out more:


IMOLA Teatro Ebe Stignani





Johann Sebastian Bach

Suite n. 2 in si minore BWV 1067 per flauto, archi e basso continuo

Concerto in mi maggiore BWV 1042 per violino e orchestra


Antonio Bazzini

Fantasia su temi dell’Opera La Traviata


Marco Enrico Bossi

Intermezzi goldoniani op.127 per orchestra da camera


Variation Musicales de Tannay

Another important debut for Cameristi della Scala awaits us on Sunday August 26th to perform the closing concert of the 9th edition of Variations Musicales de Tannay music festival in Switzerland under the baton of Wilson Hermanto. We are very happy to have our friend the great pianist Sergei Babayan performing Beethoven Fourth Concerto with us and fill this exciting program with Rossini La scala di seta Overture, Mendelssohn “Italian” Symphony and Prokofiev “Classical” Symphony.

Sirmione in concerto
“If music be the food of love, play on
Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting,
The appetite may sicken, and so die”

(William Shakespeare.Twelfth Night, or What You Will, Orsino, act 1, scene 1)

It opens in the name of the great poet of love of the modern age, William Shakespeare, the musical path that the Polo Museale della Lombardia together with the Cameristi della Scala set up for Sirmione, the place of birth of the poet Catullo.

Sirmione in concerto will be a musical journey of 5 concerts that will involve, from June 9th to September 9th 2018 Cameristi della Scala alongside other good musical friends, such as Giovanni Sollima, cello virtuoso and famous composer and Richard Galliano, the celebrated French composer and accordionist. A journey through the music, where the pleasure of listening joins the incredible beauty of the places of the performances: the concerts will take place in the archaeological area of ​​the Grotte di Catullo and the Castello Scaligero of Sirmione.

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9 giugno, grotte di Catullo

Giovanni Sollima violoncello con
Elena Faccani violino e viola, Massimo Polidori violoncello,Gianni Arfacchia percussioni

The food of love,

If music be the food of love, play on!

Music around Shakespeare

John Dowland
“Come Again” (viola e due violoncelli)

Alessandro Piccinina “Chaconne” (viola, due violoncelli)

Dario Castello
Sonata X (da Sonate in Stil Moderno, Venezia 1629) (viola, due violoncelli)

Giovanni Sollima
Guglielmo Scrollalanza (lost years, mysteries and dances, 2015) (viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

William Byrd
The Earle of Salisbury (Pavan) (viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Giuseppe Verdi La canzone del velo

Edward Elgar Salut d’amour

Elvis Costello
“Miss Machbet”(viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Juan Aranes
Chacona “A la vida bona” (viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Giuseppe Verdi
Tutto nel mondo è burla (dal Falstaff), versione G.Sollima (viola e due violoncelli)

Athanasius Kircher
Antidotum Tarantulae (1644) (viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Ali Ufki Bey
“Nikriz Pesrev”(viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Giovanni Sollima
Variazione I da “Il Caravaggio rubato” (2016)(viola, due violoncelli e percussioni)

Giovanni Sollima

The Division Viol (Citarruni) (2009)(due violoncelli e percussioni)

30 giugno, grotte di Catullo

Cameristi della Scala

Wilson Hermanto direttore

Richard Galliano accordeon Massimo Mercelli flauto

Contrafactus 2000 per flauto ed archi

Milonga del angel per violino e archi, Laura Marzadori violino

R. Galliano
Opale Concerto per accordeon e archi

A. Piazzolla
Contrabajando per contrabbasso e archi, Giuseppe Ettorre contrabbasso

Primavera Portenã , per accordeon e archi

A. Vivaldi/R. Galliano
“Summer” per accordeon e archi

R. Galliano
La Valse a Margaux per flauto, accordeon e archi


20 luglio, castello scaligero

Quintetto di ottoni dell’opera di Milano

S.Scheidt, Gagliard Battaglia

J.J.Mouret, Rondeau

G.F.Handel, Fuochi d’artificio

J.Pachelbel, Canon

J.Brahms, Danza ungherese n.5

J.Strauss, Trisch-Trasch Polka

G Bizet, Carmen fantasy

G.Verdi, Fantasia da Traviata

P.Mascagni, Cavalleria rusticana, intermezzoG.Verdi, Aida (marcia trionfale)

N.Rota, otto e mezzo

E. Morricone, c’era una volta il west; Nuovo Cinema Paradiso; N.Piovani, La vita è bella


27 agosto, grotte di Catullo

Percussionisti della Scala

Hans-Günter Brodmann

Greetings to Hermann

Chick Corea

Children’s Songs

Hermann Regner

Changing Patterns

Steve Reich

Il Castello interiore Clapping Music

David Friedman & Dave SamuelsCarousel

8 settembre, grotte di Catullo

Trio Marzadori Faccani Polidori

Laura Marzadori violino, Elena Faccani viola, Massimo Polidori violoncello

Franz Schubert

Trio in si bem magg.

Johann Sebastian Bach

Variazioni Goldberg

(Trascrizione per trio d’archi)