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    Marina Viotti | mezzo-soprano

    Les Musiciens du Louvre
    Marc Minkowski | direction

    Mezzo Marina Viotti brings all her sensuality and virtuosity to Handel.

    Marina Viotti
    Marina Viotti © David Ruanoquer

    Handel  Concerto grosso Op. 3 No. 2
    « O Jordan ! Jordan ! », aria from Esther
    « All Danger disdaining », aria from Deborah
    « Defend her, Heaven », aria from Theodora
    Concerto grosso Op. 3 No. 4
    « Fair virtue », aria from Alexander Balus
    « Where shall I fly », aria from Hercules
    Concerto grosso Op. 3 No. 1
    « Crude furie », aria from Serse
    « Verdi prati », aria from Alcina
    « Dopo notte », aria from Ariodante
    Concerto grosso Op. 3 No. 5
    « Ombra cara », aria from Radamisto

    You could say that music is in her DNA. Her father, Marcello Viotti, is a conductor, her mother is a violinist, her brother Lorenzo is making a name for himself as a conductor and she has two other siblings who are also opera musicians. She chose her voice as her instrument – and what a voice it is! Powerful, warm, oozing sensuality, and perfectly reflecting her determination to conquer all the roles in her vocal range. She has mastered them all, from early music to bel canto and Offenbach. After her stunning Périchole in autumn 2022, she joins forces once again with Marc Minkowski for a recital devoted entirely to Handel. Her passionate energy and unfailing virtuosity, which recently earned her a Victoire de la Musique French music industry award, will show his work off to best advantage.

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
    Ce concert sera diffusé prochainement sur Mezzo
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