Thursday 12th May 2022, 8.30pm
Riccardo Doni harpsichord, conductor
Mario Brunello cello piccolo
For some time now, the philological “discovery” of the cello piccolo has enabled Mario Brunello to explore the Baroque repertoire in a new and surprising way: from Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas to original works that are often unknown. Giuseppe Tartini, Natura e Artifizio, a project born on the occasion of Tartini’s centenary, is the most complete demonstration of this. Together with Riccardo Doni’s Accademia dell’Annunciata, an ensemble of rare stylistic excellence, Brunello crosses the planet Tartini touching authors to be rediscovered such as Vandini, Moretto and Meneghini.
Fondazione del Monte di Bologna 6 PM | PRIMA DELLE NOTE: Guido Barbieri presents the concert programme.
Concerto in A major for cello piccolo, strings and b.c.
Concerto in D major for small cello, strings and b.c.
“L’antro dell’orco” for piccolo cello, strings and harpsichord
musical scherzo inspired by “L’arte dell’arco” by Tartini
Concertone III in C major for strings and b.c.
from “Le prime sei Sonate della prima opera del Tartini Giuseppe tradotte in Concertoni a 4 parti reali per accademia da Giulio Meneghini” (arrangement by Marco Doni)
Pastoral for cello piccolo, strings and b.c.
from “Sonata Pastorale” by Tartini
Concerto in D major for cello piccolo, strings and b.c.
|SECTOR A||€ 49|
|SECTOR B||€ 39|
|SECTOR C||€ 25|
|SECTOR D||€ 15|
|UNDER 35 (sector C, rows N, O, P)||€ 10|
|UNDER 35 (sector A and B, stalls only)||50% REDUCED|
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