A new National Committee is born that brings together important Italian concert organizations
with the intent of creating opportunities and sharing projects.
The AMUR Committee was born in May 2020 from the desire to bring together some of the most important institutions in Italy of chamber music in a single organism, with the aim of promote business is common goals .
Preceded by the five-year experience of Music Associations on the Net (hence “AMUR”), the Committee was formed by proposing itself as a driving force and proposition, for a concrete and National to cultural life, also aiming at participation a international networks.
The value of make system , which has always been common to the institutions involved, turns into common commitment : the Institutions of classical music, aware of the moral responsibility and cultural heritage to be handed down to the new generations, intend to stimulate further adhesions and as many virtuous unions in Italy and abroad, and at the same time relaunch the concert activity of classical music in the Country.
The historic concert organizations, from Trieste to Naples, gather on this portal with the aim of enhancing all the concert programming of the members of the Amur Committee and promoting common projects such as the circulation of young professionals and the organization of tours for Italian artists and international events, conferences, cultural trips, events that enrich the cultural life of the country.
The Committee pays particular attention to the young public by committing itself to planning open tests and special projects aimed at schools.
The following are part of the Amur Committee:
Campania: Alessandro Scarlatti Association
Emilia Romagna: Ferrara Musica Association
Friuli Venezia Giulia: Trieste Concert Society
Lombardy: Society of the Milan Quartet
Sicily: Etnea Music Association
Brands: Marche Concerts
Tuscany: Lucchese Music Association
Veneto: Friends of Music of Padua
The importance of creating a stable and unique collaboration between entities of this experience and representativeness of the territory is accompanied by the desire to extend participation to other musical institutions with similar characteristics and which share the aims of the Amur Committee, spread throughout the national territory.