A section of the exhibition organized in collaboration with major national companies in the sector

Today the wind instruments have a strong point of reference exhibition in Italy or in Europe. Generic Events dedicated to music are disappearing just because of a lack of specialization, while Cremona, on the contrary, has been strengthened and expanded over the years by investing and growing specific areas such as string instruments, piano, classical guitar and acoustics and, today, the wind instruments.

To achieve this ambitious but practical project, CremonaFiere makes use of collaboration of important companies and consolidated as the Accademia Italiana del Clarinetto, and the Associazione Flautisti Italiani.

The two representatives of this important fact, the Masters Piero Vincenti and Salvatore Lombardi, Cremona will lead to a great artistic and cultural contribution, with master classes, concerts and panel discussions that will see the participation of artists and speakers featured at the international level.

Figures 2016 :

  • visitors from 55 countries (+10% in comparison to 2015)

  • 289 Exhibitors from 28 countries

  • 46% International Exhibitors

  • 39% new exhibitors (of which 15% from abroad)

  • 120 events such as concerts, seminars, masterclasses and presentations

 

The novely in 2016 edition of Cremona Musica was definitely the opening to the world of wind instruments (clarinets, saxophones, flutes). Cremona Winds started immediately at the best. In fact, besides the presence of some of the most important companies, the events for this sector were a lot (21 in total!) and high level thanks to the presence of prestigious musicians as Corrado Giuffredi, Gabriele Mirabassi, Mario Marzi, Federico Mondelci, Davide Formisano, Palo Taballione, Amedeo Salvato, Maxience Larrieu and Andrea Oliva involving over 500 musicians including flutists, clarinetists and saxophonists. Cremona Winds,  has laid the foundation to become the most important fair in the sector at European level.

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