Musica Prospettiva is focused on music in its multiplicity of expressions and cultures, genres and styles, projected into the past and the future.
It has its most important date in the October-February festival. Concerts, workshops, courses, competitions, happenings are among the projects of Musica Prospettiva.
Musica Prospettiva è focalizzata sulla musica nella sua molteplicità di espressioni e culture, di generi e stili, proiettata nel passato e nel futuro.
Ha nel Festival di ottobre/febbraio il suo più importante appuntamento. Concerti, laboratori, corsi, concorsi, happening, sono nei progetti di Musica Prospettiva.
Recently centered especially on dance and theatre, Norberto Oldrini (Milan, Italy, 1968) composed for chamber ensemble, soloists, orchestra.
His music had more than 250 performances worldwide: New York, Chicago, London, Beijing, Buenos Aires, Berlin, Rome, Budapest, Belgrade, Munich, Manchester, Milan, Hartford, Colorado Springs, Knoxville, Monroe, Bologna, Montepulciano, and many other cities in Italy, U.S.A., U.K., Germany, China, Argentina, Mexico, Hungary, Serbia, Portugal, Roumania, Libya, Slovenia, Bosnia, Belgium, the Netherlands.
He’s now living in Torrita di Siena (Tuscany, Italy).
Graduated in trumpet from the Conservatorio F.Morlacchi in Perugia, Mirco Rubegni (Montepulciano, Italy, 1984) practices an intense concert activity, either as soloist and in classical and modern groups.
He studied jazz with Cristiano Arcelli, then graduated in Jazz from the Conservatorio G.B.Martini in Bologna and participated in the Siena Jazz seminars with leading musicians such as Eddie Henderson, Enrico Rava, Paolo Fresu, Gianluigi Trovesi, Billy Drummond, Bruno Tommaso, Tim Berne, Maurizio Giammarco, Steve Kuhn, Roberto Ottaviano, Danilo Rea, Avishai Cohen.
He’s now member of the Gianluca Petrella’s Cosmic Renaissance jazz ensemble.