Imola and Forlì will host the Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt, conducted by the Armenian Ruben Gazarian. The orchestra was founded in Tbilisi in 1964, in 1990 after the collapse of the Soviet Union it moved to the German city of Ingolstadt, home of the Audi, where he found his second home.

In Imola, Wednesday, July 31 (at 21), at the Church of San Domenico the Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt, will perform with the Slovenian Darko Brlek on the clarinet. The first part of the concert will be dedicated to Mozart’s Symphony in G major and to the Quintet by Carl Maria von Weber; in the second part, twentieth-century sounds by the British Sir Malcolm Arnold and the Bolognese Ottorino Respighi.

In Forlì, on Thursday 1 August (at 9.00 pm), at the Abbey of San Mercuriale, the orchestra will perform a programme that combines Mozart’s famous Sinfonia in G major, K. 129, with those by the German Paul Hindemith, by the Georgian composer Sulkhan Tsintsadze (1925-1991) and by the Italian Ottorino Respighi.