Join the Orchestra

Regarding Auditions

Auditions are open to student string, wind, brass, percussion and harp players ranging in age from 10 through 21 years. The Rotary International Orchestra accepts students ages 14 through 21 (exceptions have been made for exceptional students). The Rotary International Orchestra accepts students ages 10 through 18. Students are placed by the artistic staff in the orchestra according to musical ability, maturity and experience.

The applicant and/or parent/guardian agree that all decisions concerning placement and participation in the Rotary International Orchestra program are at the sole discretion of the artistic staff, and that their decisions are final.

For the preliminary audition send curriculum vitae and one youtube audiovideo with your performance.

The purpose of this meeting is to create a large symphony orchestra with more then hundred musicians and 50 singers,  so that divine sound can touch  all the creatures of the Earth, in union with the harmony of heaven,  so together we can contribute to a world of peace and love among all peoples of the Earth.

The Rotary International Orchestra   doesn’t just unite a musical entity, it unites almost every kind of subject or group interested in achievement and optimisation as well as a working of human and social aim, inspired and balanced by the supreme divine value of all peoples of the Earth.

All those who feel that they could be useful in some way, including musicians, singers, associations, schools, sponsors, media, rotarians, etc., all whom want to take part in the international great orchestra, can contact us to work with us, using our resources, for the realisation and construction of the Rotary International Orchestra to create a better world by encouraging union and love with people in all the Earth.


Prof. Giuseppe Savazzi – Mobile: +39 366 952 28 61 –

We need the following instruments:

• 3 Flutes
• 2 Oboes
• 2 Clarinets
• 1 Cor anglais
• 2 Bassoons
• 5 Horns
• 3 Trumpets
• 3 Trombones
• 1 Tuba
• 2 Percussions (Tympanum and Percussions)
• 1 Harp
• 16 First violins
• 14 Second violins
• 10 Violas
• 10 Cellos
• 8 Double basses.


• tenors
• baritones
• basses
• sopranos
• mezzo-sopranos
• contraltos

And the following Staff:

• Development Coordinator and Office Manager
• Executive Director
• Marketing & Operations Manager
• Personnel Manager
• Stage Manager
• Librarian

Concert Programme

Georg Friedrich Händel: From the Messiah: “Hallelujah Chorus”
Felix Mendelssohn: “Italian” Symphony No.4
Antonin Dvorak: Symphony n°9 in E minor op. 95: “from the New World”
Richard Wagner: Overture: “Tannhauser”
Benjamin Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 3
Edward Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance

• “The Firebird” by Igor Stravinsky
• “The Rite of Spring” by Igor Stravinsky
• “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky
• “Bolero” by Maurice Ravel

The programme will include folk songs and hymns of the hosting nation transcribed and arranged for orchestra.