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Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna

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Formation  1666
Purpose  musical education
Address  40125 Bologna, Italy
Motto  Unitate melos
Type  cultural organisation
Location  Bologna, Italy
Founded  1666
Phone  +39 051 222997
Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna
Predecessor  Accademia dei Floridi (1615) Accademia dei Filomusi (1622) Accademia dei Filaschisi (1633)
Headquarters  Palazzo Carrati, via Guerrazzi 13
Similar  Music Academy, Academy of Music G Martini, Accademia del Musical di Bologna, RICORDI Music School, Scuola Popolare di Musica Iv

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The Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna ("philharmonic academy of Bologna") is a music education institution in Bologna, Italy.

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The Accademia de' Filarmonici was founded as an association of musicians in Bologna in 1666 by Vincenzo Maria Carrati. Saint Anthony of Padua was chosen as the patron saint, and an organ with the motto Unitate melos as the emblem. Through the influence of Pietro Ottoboni, the statute of the academy was approved by Clement XI in 1716. In 1749 the Benedict XIV decreed that the Accademia could award the title of Maestro di cappella.

Among the early members of the academy were Giovanni Paolo Colonna (one of the founders of 1666), Arcangelo Corelli (1670), Giacomo Antonio Perti (1688), Giuseppe Maria Jacchini (1688), Giuseppe Maria Orlandini, Antonio Maria Bernacchi (1722), Giovanni Carestini (1726) and the celebrated castrato singer Carlo Farinelli (1730).

The composer and teacher Giovanni Battista Martini taught at the Accademia from 1758; his pupils included André Ernest Modeste Grétry, Josef Mysliveček, Maksym Berezovsky, Stanislao Mattei (who succeeded Martini as teacher of composition), Johann Christian Bach, the noted cellist Giovanni Battista Cirri and, in 1770, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

In the 19th and 20th centuries the institution was interlaced with such names as Gioacchino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi, Arrigo Boito, Richard Wagner, Jules Massenet, Camille Saint-Saëns, Giacomo Puccini, and also with John Field, Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms, Anton Rubinstein, Ferruccio Busoni and Ottorino Respighi.

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References

Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna Wikipedia


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