Friday 17th February 2023 at 12pm Doors open at 11.30am Tickets: £10.00 (under 30s half price) Tickets are available from Britten Pears Arts’ website HERE Alternatively from Britten Pears
Friday 17th February 2023 at 12pm
Doors open at 11.30am
Tickets: £10.00 (under 30s half price)
Tickets are available from Britten Pears Arts’ website HERE
Alternatively from Britten Pears Arts’ box office at Snape Maltings Concert Hall or by calling 01728 687110.
Merula Ballo detto Eccardo, Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera (3′)
Cavalli Canzona a 3, Musiche Sacre (6′)
Merula Ballo detto Gennaro, Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera (2′)
Monteverdi Cor mio non mori? E mori (diminutions by Mayah Kadish) (5′)
Fontana Sonata Settima, Sonate a 1, 2, 3 per il violin o cornetto, fagotto…o simile altro istromento (6′)
Marini La Zorzi (3′)
Vitali Bergamasca, Partite sopra diverse sonate (2′)
Turini Sonata a doi violini. Secondo tuono (6′)
Gabrieli “Giovane donna sott’un verde lauro” (diminutions by Ignacio Ramal) (4′)
Rossi Sinfonia Nona, “Sinfonie et gagliarde, Libro primo” (3′)
Falconieri Folias echa para mi Senora Dona Tarolilla de Carallenos, “Il primo libro di canzone, sinfonie, fantasie…” (4′)
La Vaghezza is a trio sonata ensemble playing music from the 17th and early 18th centuries, with a special interest in the unpredictability, extravagance, originality and freedom found in 17th century Italian music.
Their musical interpretations are historically informed, but always guided foremost by their common sensibility as an ensemble and their search for ‘La Vaghezza’, an aesthetic concept which describes a beauty impossible to understand or grasp: like smoke, something calling to be touched yet remaining intangible. This programme is based on the significant production of instrumental pieces throughout the 17th century in Italy, spanning the Seicento cultural period, mainly in northern Italy, around Cremona and Venice. It is presented in four distinct sections, specially curated by the ensemble and based on their recent recording described as ‘vibrant, luminous and moving… a miracle’ by Revista Ritmo Magazine.
Each Friday from January to March we welcome some of the best young ensembles from the UK and abroad to Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall for Britten Pears Arts’ Friday Lunchtime Concert series.
(Friday) 12:00 pm
Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall