Venice Baroque Orchestra

The myth of Orpheus

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The myth of Orpheus runs as a common thread through this year’s Autumn Festival. It is something akin to the DNA of each opera, since the theme is the power of music itself. Today we present three Baroque masterpieces that center on this antihero. The program is the brainchild of Andrea Marcon, an Italian Baroque specialist and frequent guest at the Festival Hall who is renowned for his innovative concert planning.

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Program

Johann Rosenmüller
Sinfonia V

Antonio Sartorio
„È morta Euridice“, Orfeo’s aria from L‘Orfeo
„Se desti pietà“Euridice’s aria from L‘Orfeo

Luigi Rossi
„Lasciate averno“, Orfeo’s aria

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto per archi in G minor RV 156

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
Orfeo, cantata for soprano, strings and b.c.

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Francesco Maria Veracini
Overture in G minor

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto for Two Cellos in G minor
Concerto for Flautino in C major

Francesco Geminiani
Concerto grosso in D minor („La Folia”)

In Italian with German and English supertitles.

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