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30 set 2021

Cantata sacra by G. Manna

giovedì

with "Orchestra del Teatro San Carlo" dir. J. L. Basso

12 set 2021

Il Muzio Scevola, G. F. Handel, F. Amadei, G. Bononcini

domenica

with "Il Gusto Barocco" dir. Jorg Halubeck

27 set 2021

L'amato nome

lunedì

with "Il gioco de' Matti"

 The Italian countertenor Filippo Mineccia is an internationally sought-after star and on the big stages at home. He returns to Burgdorf with his ensemble "Il gioco de 'Matti", with whom he realizes musically intimate projects.

"Herzklopfen" is above the program that brings Mineccia to Burgdorf. In the luggage he has cantatas and arias of the most famous opera composers of the baroque, such as Handel, Vivaldi and J.A. Hate who explore all facets of love: jealousy, hate, tenderness, passion. A roller coaster of emotions in a baroque robe awaits you.

The exceptional singer and his companions take their audience into the magical and melancholy world of shepherds and nymphs. It expresses and at the same time longs for a gallant and dreamy reality of life in which violence is banished and elegance and grace prevail. A world that can not resist the storm of enlightenment and the fire of the French Revolution. 

25 set 2021

L'amato nome

sabato

with "Il gioco de' Matti"

 The Italian countertenor Filippo Mineccia is an internationally sought-after star and on the big stages at home. He returns to Burgdorf with his ensemble "Il gioco de 'Matti", with whom he realizes musically intimate projects.

"Herzklopfen" is above the program that brings Mineccia to Burgdorf. In the luggage he has cantatas and arias of the most famous opera composers of the baroque, such as Handel, Vivaldi and J.A. Hate who explore all facets of love: jealousy, hate, tenderness, passion. A roller coaster of emotions in a baroque robe awaits you.

The exceptional singer and his companions take their audience into the magical and melancholy world of shepherds and nymphs. It expresses and at the same time longs for a gallant and dreamy reality of life in which violence is banished and elegance and grace prevail. A world that can not resist the storm of enlightenment and the fire of the French Revolution. 

19 ott 2021

Zenobia in Palmira by T. Albinoni

martedì

with "Concerto de' Cavalieri" dir. Marcello di Lisa

24 set 2021

Mozart 1771 - 2021

venerdì

with "Orchestra Farnesiana" dir. Luca Oberti

1 ago 2021

La Passione

domenica

with "L'Arte de' Suonatori"


31 lug 2021

La Passione

sabato

with "L'Arte de' Suonatori"


24 lug 2021

Il ritorno di Ulisse in patria

sabato

with "Orchestre Les Epopées" dir. Stephane Fuget


17 lug 2021

Battle Bariton - Countertenor

sabato

with "Enasemble Matheus" dir. J. C. Spinosi


3 lug 2021

Nisi Dominus A. Vivaldi - Stabat Mater G. B. Pergolesi

sabato

with "Enasemble Matheus" dir. J. C. Spinosi


21 mar 2021

Nabucco by Michelangelo Falvetti

domenica

with "Cappella Mediterranea" dir. L. G. Alarcon

Cappella Mediterranea Chœur des Chaldéens : Chœur de chambre de Namur

Leonardo García Alarcón – direction Ariel Rychter – organ & direction assistant

In the last five years, few works have created such emotion in the  public as the rediscovery of Michelangelo Falvetti’s Diluvio Universale  (1642-1692). The incredible beauty of the music of this unfairly  forgotten composer has touched all those who heard it.

Encouraged by this success, the brilliant conductor Leonardo García  Alarcón decided to create another previously unseen work composed in  1683 by Michelangelo Falvetti for the Messina cathedral: Nabucco.  Heralding Giuseppe Verdi’s first masterpiece written 130 years later,  Falvetti’s Nabucco is halfway between a historical oratorio and a drama  per musica. One of its great figures is the King of Babylon,  Nebuchadnezzar who invades Babylon and deports its population. One could  read this Nabucco as a political tool of the Sicilians’ resistance to  Spanish oppression.

Falvetti’s rich and moving music in Diluvio Universale is constantly  equaled and even surpassed in Nabucco. The introduction, which evokes  the river Euphrates’ course, takes the listener into a musical  experience, where rich baroque instruments (harp, theorbo) are heard  alongside the oriental sounds of the ney and the kaval (oblique flutes),  of the duduk (a double reed instrument like the oboe) and Iranian  percussions. The magnificent seven voices chorales are one of the  examples of this technical and harmonic complexity, which can submerge  the listener. Leonardo García Alarcón’s engagement enables the voices to  deploy fully, the people of Israel’s vengeful chorales thunder, while  soloists’ complaints worthy of Monteverdi move to tears … As in Elena by  Cavalli revealed last year and shown at the Aix-en-Provence Festival  and then in Versailles with exceptional success, Leonardo García  Alarcón’s talent and the complete engagement of his interpreters  (intense choir and dazzling soloists), masterfully serve the rich and  contrasted, subtle and sensuous score of Nabucco, which revives this  drama as a true sacred opera!