*62 MP 12 Accademia Bizantina - Agitata

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*62 MP 12 Accademia Bizantina - Agitata

10/26/2017
Thursday
7:30 PM

Besedni dum, Concert Hall

GIOVANNI LORENZO GREGORI Concerto grosso No. 2 in D major
NICCOLÒ JOMMELLI „Prigionier che fa ritorno“, Ozìa’s aria from the oratorio, La Betulia liberata
ARCANGELO CORELLI Concerto grosso in D major
NICCOLÒ PORPORA „In procella sine stella“, motet
ANTONIO CALDARA Sinfonia dalla „Passione di Gesù Cristo“
ANTONIO VIVALDI Stabat Mater
FRANCESCO GEMINIANI Concerto grosso in E minor
ANTONIO VIVALDI „Agitata infido flatu“, Juditha’s aria from the oratorio Juditha Triumphans


alto Delphine Galou, Accademia Bizantina: first violins Alessandro Tampieri, Andrea Rognoni, Lisa Ferguson, second violins Ana Liz Ojeda, Mauro Massa, Heriberto Delgado, violas Dlego Mecca, Alice Bisanti, cellos Alessandro Palmeri, Paolo Ballanti, double bass Nicola Dal Maso, lute Tiziano Bagnati, conductor Ottavio Dantone harpsichord, organ


What the pieces performed this evening have in common is not just the Italian origin of their composers but also the era of the late Baroque, when they were written. The title of the concert, Agitata, refers not just to the closing musical number, but equally to the mood of the whole programme. A certain “agitation” or “excitation” is implied by the contrast between instrumental and vocal-instrumental works, as well as by the opposed affects expressed by the compositions – a technique that is typical of the Baroque era.


The concert is held under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Italy to the Czech Republic.


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