DATE AND VENUE
14 June 2006, Hagia Eirene Museum
IL GIARDINO ARMONICO
GİOVANNİ ANTONİNİ conductor
Canzon a 5
Battaliga a 5
- P. A. Ziani
Sonata in G minor for two violins, two violas and B.C.
Sonata XI for two violins, two violas and B.C
Concerto in C minor for recorder, strings and B.C., RV441
Concerto for flute, three violins, viola and B.C.
Concerto in F major for three Violins, Viola and B.C., Op.23 No.1, RV551
Concerto in E Minor for Recorder, Two Solo Violins, Two Violins “ripieno” and B.C.
Lasts 80’ inc. interval.
Covering a range of works from the 17th and 18th century with talented musicians, Il Giardino Armonico is considered as one of the distinguished early music ensembles in Europe. The conductor of the orchestra which mesmerizes the audience and critics with its extraordinary timbre will be Giovanni Antonini, also the conductor of orchestras like Basel Chamber and Berlin Philharmonic, whose interpretation is recognized to be ’truly genius’.