Tuscany Symphony Orchestra is one of the leading orchestras in the Italian music scene.


Tuscany Symphony Orchestra (formerly known as the Ensemble Symphony Orchestra) was founded in 2009. Despite its youth, the orchestra has performed in the most important theaters in Italy and throughout Europe, including Le Palais des Congres in Paris, Hallenstadion in Zurich, Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Tempodrom in Berlin, Symphony Hall in Birmingham, Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Arena di Verona, Santa Cecilia in Rome, Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, Teatro Verdi in Florence and Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan.


Tuscany Symphony Orchestra has been involved in more than 500 projects, collaborating with nationally and internationally renowned artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams, Sting, Nile Rodgers, and more.


Gathering considerable live experience in both acoustic and amplified environments, a great knowledge of languages, and a different structure from typical classical groups, the orchestra is well known for its versatile skills playing different genres of music such as classical, pop, jazz and gospel.


Tuscany Symphony Orchestra is a full-size symphony orchestra containing 84 members, with the possibility of adding a rhythm section, a piano, and a section of saxophones. Tuscany Symphony Orchestra also contains a choir with 36 members both male and female that allow for a full range of voices including soprano, alto, tenor and bass.

* Tuscany Symphony Orchestra was initially founded in 2009 under the name Ensemble Symphony Orchestra. Some musical collaborations may have been made under the Ensemble Symphony Orchestra name.