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Dolci Affetti Ensemble | Dan Laurin | Nicolò Balducci Countertenor

A non-conformist castrato: Filippo Finazzi in 18th-century musical Europe

The concert offers the rediscovery of the castrato soprano and composer Filippo Finazzi, one of A. Vivaldi’s favourite singers, active in the first half of the 18th century in Venice, and later in Prague, Leipzig and Hamburg. Finazzi’s music is influenced by the Neapolitan School, of which the concert offers unknown pearls.

 

Dolci Affetti Ensemble
Nicolò Balducci countertenor
Dan Laurin flutes and conducting
Maria Lindal baroque violin
Joel Sundin baroque viola
Anna Paradiso Laurin harpsichord
Kate Hearnebaroque cello

 

PROGRAMME

 Claudio Monteverdi, Zefiro Torna

 Filippo Finazzi, Cantata n. 2 Pianger vidi

 Georg Philip Telemann, Sonatina in A minor for recorder and basso continuo

 Giuseppe Porsile,from Il ritorno di Ulisse. Arie con stromenti (1707), Tu sei crudel così

 Filippo Finazzi Cantata n. 3 D’amore il primo dardo

 Georg Philip Telemann Fantasia n. 11 for harpsichord

 Giuseppe Porsile from Il ritorno di Ulisse. Arie con stromenti (1707), Apri Cirene i lumi, Mi preparo a trionfar

Tickets

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