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    Il Giardino Armonico

    Giovanni Antonini  direction and recorder

    A sunny start to the year with Baroque music from Italy courtesy of Giovanni Antonini and Il Giardino Armonico

    Giovanni Antonini
    Giovanni Antonini © Marco Borggreve

    Albinoni Concerto for strings and continuo Op. 10
    Vivaldi Concerto for recorder, strings and continuo RV 433 « La Tempesta di mare »
    Legrenzi Sonata for strings and continuo No. 15 Op. 10 « La Cetra »
    Vivaldi Concerto for recorder, strings and continuo RV 441
    Castello Sonata XVI  « La battaglia »
    Vivaldi Cum dederit, excerpt from Nisi Dominus RV 608
    Sonata a quattro for strings and continuo RV 130 « Al Santo Sepolcro »
    Concerto for strings and continuo RV 157
    Merula Canzon la Lusignola for strings and continuo Op. 1 No. 2
    Vivaldi Concerto sopranino recorder, strings and continuo RV 444

    Conductor and flautist Giovanni Antonini’s journey with Italian Baroque music goes back a long way, and his performances of Vivaldi have lit up many a concert. This morning, he is paying tribute to three neglected Venetian Baroque composers who played a crucial role in the development of the genre. Giovanni Legrenzi was a major link in the instrumental chain between Gabrieli and Vivaldi, with whom he may have studied according to some sources. Venetian violinist Dario Castello played an important role in the transition of the instrumental canzona into the sonata form. Lastly, composer and violinist Tarquinio Merula was one of the key figures in the early development of the modern cantata and sonata forms.

    Unnumbered seating
    Under 9 : Free ticket to collect at the control desk on the morning of the concert
    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées