concerto alla Sapienza


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CreaMuSa (in italian)

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MuSa, the acronym for "Music at Sapienza," means playing, listening to and living music in Europe's largest university. The MuSa Project, which began in 2006, thanks to the then Rector Renato Guarini, is supported by a specific Commission appointed by Sapienza Rector.

MuSa includes:

  • MuSa Classica – orchestra and chamber ensembles play what is defined as a "classic" repertoire;
  • MuSa Jazz – big band and soloists, play typical jazz repertoire, as well as original arrangements of Italian, popular and international pop music;
  • MuSa Choir/Blues – vocal groups perform mainly Afro-American, African and Latin American repertoires, with a focus on vocalism and choir music;
  • EtnoMuSa – musicians and dancers perform traditional Italian and Mediterranean music.

Participants range from music enthusiasts to conservatory students, but everyone must be motivated to invest time in performing together. The MuSa orchestras play at various Sapienza ceremonies and at public events in Rome.

Since 2011, the MuSa Classica Orchestra has been a member of the European Network of University Orchestras (ENUO).

Anyone (students, lecturers, staff) who wishes to participate in MuSa activities can mail us or click on the Sapienza Crea website (in Italian).


University Music Season


Sapienza has a well-established and prestigious tradition of partnership with the University Concert Institution (IUC), which, in collaboration with Sapienza and supported by other important institutions, offers a regular concert season to the university community and the general public every year.

The IUC programme brings high-level international artistic performances to the Sapienza Aula Magna. The programme includes not only classical repertoire, but also contemporary music, film scores, jazz and a wide range of other musical genres.

Discounted season tickets are available to students, graduates, professors, researchers and Sapienza personnel. Discounts are also available to students, teaching staff and personnel at the Roma Tre, Tor Vergata and Luiss Universities, as well as other partner universities and conservatories. Students and young people can also take advantage of discounted tickets to individual performances.

For further information on concerts and ticket costs, please consult the IUC website. (in Italian).


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