Learn more about the musical projects.
Over 200 South Tyroleans scattered all over the world pursue their professional passion, classical music. The Südtirol Filarmonica unites all these musicians and enables them to perform together in their homeland: an orchestra of South Tyroleans for South Tyrol.
For Isabel Goller this is a dream come true. Together with Cornelia Goller, the South Tyrolean conductor Michael Pichler and Zeno Kerschbaumer she is the initiator of this unique orchestra. The first concert series will take place in May 2021.
Chamber music with the Trio Lusinea
The Trio Lusinea brings together three young musicians in the unusual combination of flute, harp and bassoon. Annina Rusch, Isabel Goller and Valeria Curti got to know each other during their Bachelor's studies at the Zurich University of the Arts. During their training as professional musicians a friendship developed - and a common love of chamber music.
In this special line-up, it is important to the three of them to develop an exciting repertoire and find their own arrangements for their instruments. As the name Lusinea ("lusingando" - Italian: flattering) already reveals, the trio convinces with their expression and the intimacy with which they want to touch the audience.
The classical harpist Isabel Goller and the singer/composer Elisa Godino create an interdisciplinary project in the form of meditation music. The NUJA project includes the conception, composition and production of meditation music, which includes instructions in German, Italian, English and South Tyrolean dialect. Subsequently, texts in Ladin language will be written as well.
The two artists want to provide people with music and lyrics to relax and let go and thus contribute to people's mental health.
Meditation music with NUJA
Cultural promotion through ARTON
Together with three other South Tyroleans, Isabel Goller founded the ARTON association in 2020.
The cultural association ARTON would like to promote talents in the field of classical music and new musical projects of individual artists and ensembles. The focus of the association is therefore the strengthening of the classical music scene in South Tyrol and the networking of South Tyrolean musicians.