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    Sophie Junker | soprano
    Eva Zaïcik | mezzo-soprano
    Bruno de Sá | countertenor
    Christophe Dumaux | countertenor

    Les Accents
    Thibault Noally | direction


    This quartet brings a winning combination of youth and talent to some of the finest arias by Handel and Vivaldi.

    Photo de Sophie Junker © Jean-Baptiste Millot, Eva Zaïcik - DR
    Sophie Junker © Jean-Baptiste Millot, Eva Zaïcik - DR
    Bruno De Sa - Christophe Dumaux
    Bruno De Sa © Laure Bernard - Christophe Dumaux © Edouard Brane

    Lauranne Oliva will be replaced by soprano Sophie Junker.
    Thank you for your understanding

    Divo Diva
    Handel  Sinfonia excerpt from Agrippina
    Porpora  « Vorresti a me sul ciglio », aria from Carlo il Calvo
    Handel  « Son nata a lagrimar », duet from Giulio Cesare
    Vivaldi  Concerto for 2 violins and orchestra RV 522
    Handel  « Ama e sospira »,  aria from Alcina
    Porpora  « La gioa ch’io sento », duet from Mitridate
    Handel  « Fammi combattere », aria from Orlando
    « Bramo haver mille vite »,  duet from Ariodante
    Vivaldi  « Gelido in ogni vena », aria from Farnace, Concerto for violin, « Anch’il mar par che sommerga », aria from Tamerlano
    Handel  « Io t’abraccio », duet from Rodelinda
    Porpora  « Temi lo sdegno mio », trio from Germanico in Germania

    The rhythm of the Vivaldi’s concertos which punctuate this performance draw us into the flamboyant world of Italian tragedies of the baroque era with themes of plotting and satirical comedy (Agrippina), infighting among the descendants of Charlemagne (Carlo il Calvo), passions and betrayals (Giulio Cesare), and a magician’s spells (Alcina), to name but a few. The list of arias to be performed spans the full spectrum of human emotions. They are delivered with rich colours, and striking rhythms and contrasts by Thibaut Noally’s Les Accents, an ensemble specialising in the vocal and instrumental repertoire of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The dazzling cast of young singers invites us to enjoy these lively works.

    Production Céleste Productions – Les Grandes Voix