It will still be a vibonese to drive the “Fausto Torrefranca” Conservatory of Music: Vittorino Nasoborn in Vibo Valentia, where he studied, grew up, before moving to Rome, he was in fact re-elected director of the headquarters of the capital of via Corsea for the three-year period 2023 – 2026. The electoral body of professors, who reserved a percentage of about 83 per cent of the preferences for the reconfirmed director. “I thank my colleagues for their renewed trust – declared Vittorino Naso – I assure them of all my commitment aimed at ensuring the Conservatory and its important students training opportunities and preparatory opportunities for the inclusion in the world of work of young talents that the institution annually places on the national and international music market. During this period – added the re-elected director – not only the activities of the Conservatory have continued, but we worked to expand the training offer and a new logistical organization of the Conservatory spaces thanks also to the agreements made with the local municipal administration which made the premises of the former Jesuit Convent available to the Conservatory ” . [Continua in basso]
The concession of the former Jesuit Convent is the most important goal
Having obtained the premises of the former Bruzzano school is certainly the most important goal achieved by Vittorino Naso since he was at the helm of the “Torrefranca”. The municipal council – we remind you – at the end of 2021 gave the green light to the concession on free loan for use, for a renewable period of ten years, to the Province of the former Jesuit Convent to be used as an annex to the “Fausto Torrefranca” Conservatory of Music. The executive chaired by the mayor Maria Limardo has therefore approved the convention for the loan for use regulating the relations between the two entities. The “tour” of the former “Bruzzano” from the Municipality to the Province (whose president Salvatore Solano will then sign the agreement at the end of last March) and from the latter to the Conservatory, was necessary as Palazzo ex Enel is the competent body for the management of high school and university institutes.
The decision of the Municipality to allocate the former “Bruzzano” school to the Conservatory was dictated by a series of factors: first of all – we read in the resolution passed by the executive – the “Torrefranca” «is the only public university institution in the area and its presence triggers significant relapses not only on the cultural and artistic level, but also on the economic and social one due to the presence in the city of many students from outside the region and also from abroad ». Furthermore, “the use of the former Jesuit Convent, owned by the municipality, would give the Conservatory the possibility, given its contiguity with the headquarters in Via Corsea, to have a unique location of great prestige with classrooms suitable for the purpose, which is one, if not the most important, requirement for the attribution, by the Ministry of University and Research, of the research doctorates assigned to the Afam Institutions, which would attract in our city additional students from all over Italy, and also the authorization for new two-year degree programs“. It’s still. «The use of the structure by the Province for the Conservatory of Music will allow the Municipality of Vibo Valentia to save on management costs, otherwise essential to avoid further deterioration of the property“.
A career of absolute international caliber
Graduated with full marks in Percussion Instruments at the “Santa Cecilia” Conservatory of Music in Rome, today Vittorino Naso is a musician of absolute international caliber: played, under the guidance of the greatest conductors in the world, with the RAI symphony orchestra of Rome, with the Italian Chamber orchestra and for about twenty years he was a stable element of the Accademia Santa Cecilia in Rome. He has played in some of the main international concert halls: Musikverein (Vienna), La Scala (Milan), La Fenice (Venice), The Symphony Hall (Osaka), Tonhalle (Dusseldorf), KKL (Lucerne), Alten Oper (Frankfurt) ), Barbican Center (London), Bruknerhause (Linz), Kolner Philarmonie (Cologne), Bunka Kaikan (Tokyo), National Center for the Performing Arts (Beijing). He has collaborated with some of the most important Italian composers of music for film, television and theater: Franco Piersanti, Nicola Piovani, the late Ennio Morricone and many others.
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