Venice Classic BLOG
Sunday 23rd September, at 5:00 pm, at the Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista in Venice, the Soloists of Le Cercle de l'Harmonie propose some extracts in form of concert from Atys, the tragédie lyrique by Niccolò Piccinni.
Saturday, 22nd September, at 8:00 pm, the theme 'Greatness and Decadence' will be developed in a concert by the orchestra Les Agrémens, directed by Guy van Waas, with the participation of soprano Jennifer Borghi.
Saturday, 22nd September, at 5:00 pm, the sisters Lidija and Sanja Bizjak propose a musical journey through several important stages of Antiquity in a concerto for piano four hands.
Michel Tabachnik conducts the Orchestra of the Theatre La Fenice, performing music by Bach, Beethoven and the orchestral Prelude from his opera "The légende de Haïsh".
Considered the ultimate Gustav Mahler biographer, Henry-Louis de La Grange dedicates a new book to the composer who, in his life, was so much loved by the public and hated by the critics.
The theme is always the same: the night, with the same tonality and a single great actor: Takahiro Yoshikawa at the center of the last Limen production, with music by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Ravel.
Antonio Stradivari is universally considered the greatest violin maker of all times. His instruments, survived until our days, are about six hundred, including violins, violas and cellos. Most of them are still played, researched and considered as the "ultimate" by the most famous and acclaimed soloists, as well as collectors and even museums and art galleries.
The Anthos Quartet celebrates its first ten years of activity at the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona with a concert having the special participation of violinist Alessandro Simoncini. The programme includes musics by Schumann and Šostakovič.
Marina Bonetti at the double harp and Diego Cantalupi at the chitarrone, both with original instruments, replay the music of the seventeenth century, interpreting compositions by Claudio Monteverdi and his contemporaries.
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