Philippe Jaroussky | countertenor 
Emőke Baráth | soprano
Lucile Richardot | contralto
Emiliano Gonzalez Toro | tenor

Le Concert de la Loge
Julien Chauvin | direction & violin

Some of Vivaldi's most beautiful opera arias by Philippe Jaroussky in good company.

Philippe Jaroussky , Emőke Baráth
Philippe Jaroussky © Simon Fowler , Emőke Baráth © Zsoffi Raffai


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L’Olimpiade, overture - 1st movement
« Non tempesta che gl’alberi sfronda », excerpt from La Fida ninfa
« Sovvente il sole », excerpt from Andromeda liberata
« Armatae face et anguibus », excerpt from Juditha Triumphans
« Vedro », « Il piacere della vendetta », excerpts from Il Giustino
« Aura placide et serene » , trio from La Verita in cimento
Sinfonia in G minor RV 156, Allegro
« Frema pur », excerpt from Ottone in villa
« Care pupille », excerpt from La Candace
« Alma oppressa da sorte crudele », excerpt from La Fida ninfa
« Gelido in ogni vena », excerpt from Il Farnace
« Come l’onda con voragine orrenda e profunda », excerpt from Ottone in villa
« Vede orgogliosa l’onda », excerpt from La Griselda
« Se in ogni guardo », excerpt from Orlando finto pazzo

To read

The time is now long past when the name Vivaldi was associated with only one of his instrumental pieces, the famous The Four Seasons concerto. Since the middle of the 20th century, and thanks in particular to the ambitious venture of the Naïve Vivaldi edition, a little more is known about his lyrical production, even if we also know that a small part of his catalogue has come down to us. But this already allows us to appreciate the incredible richness where dramatic intensity competes with musical beauty. This evening will be an opportunity to hear again some of his most poignant or flamboyant operas performed by one of his princes, Philippe Jaroussky, here in good company.

PRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
France Musique broadcasts this concert on 27 october at 8pm

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