Project Description

Guido Arbonelli

Quote: “I was in a room with very dry acoustics that did not give room for sound “openings” for the instrument. After placing the GOLD ligature… everything has changed !!!! My sound was more tied up, it hadn’t lost power and I could hear the resonances of the harmonics on the walls of the room, beautiful, full and full-bodied. I think this ligature is a great job, suitable for the student and also for the professional.

Finally a ligature that allows the performer to play freely. Help the performer and exalt him. From now on I will use it continuously”.

Guido Arbonelli (born in Perugia, Italy) completed his studies with the highest honors at the Conservatory in Perugia. He has played clarinet with various Italian and foreign orchestras, both as a member of the orchestra and as soloist, including the Guido D’Arezzo, Orchestra RAI of Turin and Naples (Italy), Orchestra Sinfonica di Perugia e dell’Umbria, Nis Simphony Orchestra (Serbia), Stettino Orchestra (Poland), Arturo Toscanini Orchestra and Queen’s College Orchestra (USA), Symphonic Orchestra of Constanta (Romania). He has also collaborated with the Teatro Lirico Sperimentale in Spoleto and the CRDM. Arbonelli is currently a member of the faculty at the Conservatory in Adria. Arbonelli has had some 350 contemporary clarinet works dedicated to him.

Arbonelli has collaborated with many Italian festivals and taken part in concerts in Finland (Brinkhall Summer Concert), Libia (Leptis-Magna), Russia (Moscow Conservatory, Saint Petersburg Sound Way Festival), Greece (Argostoli), Slovakia (Art Academy), Hungary (Filharmonia and Academy Liszt), Cyprus (Nicosia College), Slovenia (Academy of Ljubliana), Germany (Freiburg, Heilbronn, Stuttgart, Ingolstadt), England, Netherlands (Middelburg festival), (University VIII in Paris, Musiques en Euroregion, Nuova musica Strasburgo, nuova musica in Marseille) France, Switzerland, Spain (Escena contemporánea and C.D.M.C. Madrid, Salamanca, Ávila, Conservatorio Superior de Málaga), (University of Aveiro) Portugal, Sweden (Stockholm New Music Festival, Fylkingen and Boras), Serbia (Review of Composers and NIS Symphony orchestra), Malta (Fest-Malta), Belgium (Orpheus and Antwerpen), Brazil (Bienal international-Musica Nova), Albania (ISCM), Austria (Spectrum-Villach, Aspekte-Salzburg, Shoenberg center – Vienna), Romania Filarmonica Mihail Jora in Bacau, Symphonic Orchestra in Constanta, USA (New music-Miami), Chicago (Art Institute), Hartford University, Baltimore (Goucher College), New York (Wagner College), Boston (Cyber-art), Washington (Allegamy College), Chile (University of Valparaiso), Colorado (Colorado College), China (Contemporary festival Pechino), Canada (New work Calgary), Japan (Tokyo and Kagoshima) and the Italian Institute in Turkey, Albania, Belgrade, Stockholm, Budapest, Pechino, and Madrid.