Experience the enchantment of a 1729 Venetian carnival; take a stroll through the Vienna of the Habsburgs, set off in search of great castratos! This cycle of concerts immerses you in the delightfully colourful universe of Baroque music.
printed on 19-03-2019
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The Carnival of Venice in 1729 was quite unlike any other. Over a period of two months, opera houses engaged in a frenzied competition, booking the most famous singers of the day, including the legend...
For Kit Armstrong, interpreting a piece means combining the pleasure of a technical challenge with a constant quest for musicality, so pairing him with Mozart was an obvious choice. He will perform th...
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