‘Lucile Richardot & Jean-Luc Ho - Baroque Magicians’

19 May'22
- 20:00

Whether we call them magicians, witches or, more charmingly, enchantresses, whether they are beautiful or ugly, young or old, implacably cruel or kind, they have never ceased to inspire the most beautiful verses and stanzas, given that they are ambiguous and mysterious... True muses of baroque composers, their legends have inspired many operas, drawing vivid musical colours into a heady mix of ecstasy and rapture. The haunting and generous voice of mezzo-soprano Lucile Richardot is accompanied by Jean-Luc Ho, a leading talent among a rising generation of French harpsichordists.

Lucile Richardot
Jean-Luc Ho
Georg Friedrich Händel

Overture (Ariodante, HWV 33), for solo harpsichord

Georg Friedrich Händel

Dolce riposo (Teseo, HWV 9)

Pier Francesco Cavalli

Dell'antro magico (Il Giasone)

Giovanni De Macque

Capriccio sopra ré fa mi sol

Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Quel prix de mon amour (Médée)

Jean Henry D'Anglebert

Prélude en sol

Jean-Baptiste Lully

Monologue (Armide)

Jean-Baptiste Lully

Passacaille (Armide) for solo harpsichord

Powerful Morpheus, let thy charms

Henry Purcell

Music for a while (Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583)

François Couperin

La Dangereuse

François Collin de Blamont

Circé (Cantates françaises à voix seule avec symphonie et sans symphonie. Livre premier. 1723)

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