MusicaFicta Music Association

The Musical Association Musicaficta was established on 13 December 2001 in Rimini (Italy). Among its statutory goals are the spread of musical culture, locally and abroad, through concerts, educational activities, organization of seminars, conferences, workshops and whatever else might be useful for the achievement of the social end. In recent years the Association has organized 13 editions of a choral master-class with Peter Phillips (Director of the Tallis Scholars), a course with Tonu Kaljuste and one with Gary Graden. It has organized many concerts with prestigious choirs, like the UPSA from the Philippines, the Taipei Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Musica Quantica from Argentina, many choirs from North America and Europe. famous personalities of the choral world, as Vytautas Miškinis, Walter Marzilli, Fulvio Rampi, Marco Gemmani, Colin Mawby and others have led courses and seminars. The Association holds regular courses in agreement with the Lettimi Conservatory of Music for Singing classes, Harp and Children’s Choir. The Ensemble Musicaficta directed by Andrea Angelini has performed concerts in Italy and abroad, from Israel to North America.