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    Emőke Baráth soprano
    Anthea Pichanick contralto
    Philippe Jaroussky countertenor
    Emiliano Gonzalez Toro tenor and direction

    I Gemelli Ensemble


    Philippe Jaroussky,Emoke Barath
    Philippe Jaroussky © Simon-Fowler / Emoke Barath © Zsoffi Raffai
    Anthea Pichanik, Emiliano Gonzales Toro
    Anthea Pichanik © Julie-Cherki / Emiliano Gonzales Toro - DR

    Cavalli Eliogabalo Overture
    « Delizie contente » (Il Giasone)
    Sances Occhi, sfere vivaci
    Cavalli Duet Satirino-Linfea et « Restino imbalsamate » (La Calisto)
    Monteverdi Ouverture et « Dormo ancora » (Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria) 
    Ferrari Amanti, io vi so dire
    Caccini Dalla porte d’Oriente
    Monteverdi Si dolce e’l tormento
    Overture & duet Luciano-Nerone (L'Incoronazione di Poppea) 
    Frescobaldi Se l’aura spira
    Rossi Disperate speranze, instrumental work
    Caccini « Funeste piagge » (L’Euridice)
    Sances Lagrimosa beltà
    Cavalli « Io resto solo ? misero, cosi va » (Eliogabalo)
    Monteverdi « Pur ti miro » (L'Incoronazione di Poppea)
    Damigella tutta bella

    Ladies first, with Emőke Baráth – a tender Amour alongside Philippe Jaroussky and Patricia Petibon in the recent Orphée et Eurydice by Gluck. Young French contralto Anthea Pichanick, who has been showered with competition prizes and awards, has the gift of extraordinary virtuosity and already knows Handel and Vivaldi like the back of her hand. Tenor Emiliano Gonzalez Toro has cleverly carved out a prime place for himself over the last ten years in the Baroque repertoire, in particular with Christophe Rousset. Lastly, countertenor Philippe Jaroussky, with his perfect timbre and curious and generous personality, likes nothing better than to embark on new ventures in the company of good friends. All for one and one for all in the service of some of the finest works in the Italian Baroque repertoire.

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées