In collaboration with Settimane Barocche di Brescia
In the vast catalog of Antonio Vivaldi’s compositions there is a conspicuous group of compositions defined as “Chamber Concerts”, that is written for a limited number of instruments and without the orchestra part. The Ensemble Zefiro – an international reference point for the chamber music repertoire of the ‘700 and’ 800 with period instruments – presents a selection of these twenty-two concerts that Vivaldi composed between 1717 and the following 1920s. The concerts are characterized not only by their variety, but above all by the use of wind instruments whose peculiarities highlight the great virtuosity of the performers of the time.
Concerto RV 94 per flauto, violino, oboe, fagotto e basso continuo
Trio RV 103 per flauto, oboe e fagotto
Sonata n. 2 RV31 per violino e basso continuo
Concerto La Tempesta di Mare RV98 per flauto, violino, oboe, fagotto e basso continuo
Quartetto RV 801 per violino, oboe, fagotto e basso continuo
Concerto RV 107 per flauto, violino, oboe, fagotto e basso continuo
Lorenzo Cavasanti flute
Paolo Grazzi oboe
Rossella Croce violin
Alberto Grazzi bassoon
Paolo Zuccheri violone
Anna Fontana harpsichord
|SINGLE SEAT||€ 15,00||€ 10,00|
*reserved to under 30 and over 65
Student ticket 50% discount on full price **
**reserved to students of Primary and Secondary School, Universities and Equal Institutes, Conservatories. The Student Ticket is only available in Ticket Office, upon presentation of the valid International Student Card, or the University Booklet or other document on paper, which proves the school enrollment for the current year.
How to purchase tickets
Tickets for sale at the Ticket Office of Teatro Grande and online from 10th September.
Ticket office is open from Tuesday to Friday (13.30-19.00) and on Saturday (15.30-19.00). For information email@example.com.
Each event will be carried out safely and in compliance with the regulations related to the containment of the spread of the Covid-19 infection. In this regard, we point out that, following the latest regulatory provisions, access to the spaces of the Theater will be possible only after showing the Green Pass.