"Vittorio Parisi enthralls the orchestra with Valpurga and The Fifth"
L'Unione Sarda. October 2010. Greca Piras
"Vittorio Parisi enchants the audience with his Beethoven"
La Nuova Sardegna. October 2010. Gabriele Balloi.
“Parisi has beautifully conducted also Spohr and Jenaer Philharmonie understands his art”.
Ost Thueringen Zeitung. April 2010 Tatiana Mehner
“Vittorio Parisi conducts with extreme confidence”.
L’Opera. February 2008 Luca Del Frà
“Vittorio Parisi, the conductor, declares his love for this little jewel by Weill conducting with extreme sensibility but also with vigour and eventful charme”.
Il Messaggero. February 2007 Rita Sala
“Wonderful orchestral group, conducted by Parisi, and outstanding success".
L’Unità. February 2007. Erasmo Valente.
“The first movement swings so confidently into action and the Scherzo is as good as a breath of country air. Best of all, the famous slow movement is no self-indungent Largo, but delivered at a pace that keeps solo work to the fore and sentimentality well at bay".
New Zealand Herald. February2006. William Dart
“Vittorio Parisi holds together the musical body with portrayal vigour and precision”.
La Repubblica. May 2005. Dino Villatico
“…conducted with personality by an excellent Vittorio Parisi”.
Il Giornale della Musica. September 2004
“Very well prepared, with a moderate gesture, precise like a chronometer, and able to arouse from the orchestra the highest sorrow and the Nothingness desire of Shostakovitch and the desolation softened by ephemeral glimmer of Britten”.
Il Corriere della Sera. April 2003. Paolo Isotta.
“Good conducting by Vittorio Parisi, dry and crucial, incisive and rugged, harsh and tensed, with clean and sharp colours, that has cleared Poulenc from the French manneristical elegance where he is often forced giving him a great expressive charge".
L’Opera. March 2001. Mauro Mariani.
“Promotion without doubts for the musical part, in charge of Vittorio Parisi on the podium of the Pomeriggi Musicali Orchestra. The Milanese conductor appeared able to control the innumerable and admirable intricacies of the wonderful score".
Amadeus. February2001. Mario Bortolotto.