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Nello Salza trumpet

26-30 agosto 2017- Cava de' Tirreni (Sa) Italy

attendance fee € 260,00

 

The Oscar award for the music of Nicola Piovani in “La Vita è bella” has been the consecration of Nello Salza, “The trumpet of Italian cinema” as reviews have defined him for his twenty year long activity that has seen him as protagonist of great and unforgettable themes, that have often been composed for him by the most famous composers of the big screen.

From 1984 to today he has recorded more than 300 soundtracks as first trumpet soloist with maestros E. Morricone, N. Piovani, A. Trovajoli, R. Ortolani, P. Piccioni, L. Bacalov, F. De Masi, F. Piersanti, S. Cipriani, A. North, A. Di Pofi, B. Zambrini.

Already the 1st trumpet soloist in the Teatro dell’Opera theatre in Rome, he has collaborated with several conductors of international fame such as G. L. Gelmetti, F. Mannino, N. Santi, G. Ferro, D. Oren, Y. Aronovitch, G. Kuhn, J. Tate, J. Nelson, B. Bartoletti, G. Bertini, Z. Pesko, D. Renzetti, W. Humburg; previously he had covered the same role at Teatro S. Carlo in Naples, Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Tuscany Regional Orchestra and National Symphony Orchestra of the RAI. With the Orchestra of S. Cecilia he performed tours in the five continents under the guide of conductors of the calibre of L. Bernstein, L. Maazel, G. Pretre, W. Sawallisch, D. Gatti, G. Sinopoli, C. Thielemann and boasts numerous presences at prestigious institutions such as Teatro “La Fenice” in Venice, Orchestra da Camera Italiana (conductor S. Accardo), “A. Toscanini” Orchestra in Parma, I Soliti Aquilani, Teatro Massimo in Palermo, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma.

He has been a winner of numerous competitions at major musical institutions, and has also won two national competitions for teaching in Conservatories. He is trumpet professor at Conservatorio "Martucci" in Salerno.

Nello Salza studied at the S. Cecilia conservatory in Rome under the guidance of maestros Leonardo Nicosia and Biagio Bartiloro.

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