L’Orchestra Internazionale della Campania nasce dalla internazionalizzazione della musica nel territorio della Campania laddove oramai tutti i 4 conservatori esprimono musicisti delle tante nazioni che vengono a studiare in Italia e soprattutto a Napoli polo mondiale della cultura musicale.
Dall’idea del maestro Leonardo Quadrini e diretta emanazione delle orchestre sinfoniche regionali raggruppa i migliori musicisti del Sannio, dell’Irpinia, Salerno, Caserta e Napoli.
La compongono attualmente docenti dei conservatori campani (Napoli, Avellino, Salerno e Benevento), professori d’orchestra, docenti di indirizzo musicale.
L’organico ha tenuto concerti per tantissime stagioni, all’estero, Eventi televisivi (Rai2, sky, tv regionali ecc…)
Attualmente diretta dal figlio talentuoso Veacesvla del maestro Quadrini, fondatore dell’orchestra, propone programmi vari e brillanti.
Tanti i solisti di prestigio che si sono già alternati (Renzo Ruggieri, Antonella Ruggiero, Roby Facchinetti, Enzo Gragnaniello ecc…).
The International Orchestra of Campania was founded in Benevento through a project nurtured over the years by Maestro Quadrini, due to his connections and experiences as a guest conductor with many orchestras. Capitalizing on the presence of many foreigners in Campania, whether for studying in conservatories, working as teachers, or settling down to start a family, together with Campania musicians from the 5 provinces but especially from Benevento - the headquarters of Musicainsieme - he has created a symphonic ensemble of remarkable quality and professionalism that has been holding concerts throughout Italy for 7 years, recognized by the MIC (Ministry of Culture of 2022). The ensemble is flexible, ranging from small chamber groups to large symphonic orchestras, and can adapt to all kinds of situations, including opera performances. Over the past 7 years, they have held more than 300 concerts throughout Italy at major festivals and during numerous opera seasons. It's worth mentioning their performance of the rare opera "Rita" by Donizetti, paired with Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana," which was presented at the BitontOperaFestival and Molfetta in 2022. They are also frequent performers at the 'Sul Sentiero degli Dei' festival on the Sorrentine coast, where they have presented "La Bohème" and "La Traviata." Additionally, they have also performed at the Mario Lanza festival (Filignano/Isernia) performing concerts and operas. BeneventoCittaSpettacolo festival. ArmoniadarteFestival at the archaeological site of Scolatium (CZ). In 2022, they accompanied three concerts for the Paganini Prize 2021 winner Giuseppe Gibboni on violin, performing Concerto No. 1. In 2019, they performed two operas at the Roman theater of Benevento, directed by Katia Ricciarelli and Vittorio Sgarbi. In the same year, they also performed at the Fraschini Theater in Pavia, playing Orff's "Carmina Burana." The tribute to Morricone with Nello Salza, Ennio Morricone's legendary trumpet player, was a great success at the 30th edition of the New Year's concert at the municipal theater of Benevento. In October 2022, they also embarked on a tour in Greece and Albania, presenting the rare Stabat Mater by Tommaso Traetta for soloists, choir, and orchestra, after having already presented it at the 14th Good Friday concert in Benevento. Theatre Dal Verme/Milan, November 27, 2022, with conductor Maestro Dones, was a great success with a program of classical and pop music. The Campania Orchestra's production has also been characterized by their participation in television events such as the RAI2 Easter concert, and collaborations with pop artists including Antonella Ruggiero, Renzo Ruggieri, accordionist Roby Facchinetti from the Pooh, as well as Eugenio Bennato and Enzo Gragnaniello. This year, 2023, promises to be very dynamic with an important Italian tour and tours in Bulgaria, Greece, and Macedonia.