Premio Alma Dal Co

Internal court of Palazzo Pisani, seat of Venice Conservatory

Alma was a musician in the truest sense of the word, with a deep commitment to her artistry. Music was not just a solitary pursuit for her; it was a play with companions and friends. Alma was meticulous in evaluating her solo performances and found joy in singing as part of the Látomás and other Choirs.

The strong bond formed among teachers, colleagues, and friends at the Venice Conservatory Benedetto Marcello and the Choir became evident when Alma was commemorated with a Concert on March 20, 2023. The Award, in collaboration with the Conservatory and the Fondazione Ugo e Olga Levi, promotes excellence in music at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Venice.

The Premio Alma Dal Co entails the provision of five scholarships, awarded to students from selected classes with the highest graduation marks. At the beginning of the academic year, a Scientific Commission selects the disciplines, and at the end, it identifies the students deserving of the award. The Commission is composed of three members: a Maestro representative from the Fondazione Alma Dal Co, the Director of the Fondazione Ugo e Olga Levi, and the Director of the Venetian Conservatory.

2024, November 30 th, Premio Alma Dal Co 2024, and the Winners Concert

The Second Edition – 2024 of the Alma Dal Co Award includes the Award Ceremony and the Winners’ Concert on Saturday 30 November 2024 in the Concert Hall of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Venice at 5 pm.

The awarding Commission is made up of the director of the Conservatory, Maestro Roberto Gottipavero or a person delegated by him among the teachers of the Conservatory, by Maestro Diana D’Alessio representing the family and the Alma Dal Co Foundation, and by prof. Roberto Calabretto, delegated by the Director Giorgio Busetto representing the Ugo and Olga Levi Foundation.

For 2024 the scholarships are intended for the following Classes:
• Piano (1 grant)
• Solo singing (2 grants)
• Choral composition (1 grant)
• Choir Conducting (1 grant).

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