Thursday 21st June 2022, 9pm

Chiesa di San Michele in Bosco

Solisti della Camerata Accademica


Luca Ranzato violin

Matteo Anderlini violin

Cristina Vidoni cello

Alberto Maron harpsichord

Solisti della Camerata Accademica

The so-called ‘historically informed praxis’ is making giant steps: it leaves the enclosure of the ‘specialists’ and conquers new spaces. This is demonstrated by the Camerata Accademica, an ensemble founded in 2015 by Paolo Faldi with the intention of bringing young musicians closer to an unconventional vision of the baroque and pre-classical repertoire. Four of the Camerata’s soloists – the violinists Luca Ranzato and Matteo Anderlini, the cellist Cristina Vidoni and the harpsichordist Alberto Maron – are proposing on this occasion a “transnational” itinerary around one of the key genres of instrumental music between the 17th and 18th centuries: the trio sonata. The main characters are Bach, Guignon, Corelli and Vivaldi.

Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata No. 5 in C major, BWV 529
(arrangement for two violins and b.c.)

Arcangelo Corelli
Trio Sonata in C major, Op.4 No.1

Jean-Pierre Guignon
Folies d’Espagne for two violins and b.c.

Arcangelo Corelli
Trio Sonata in G minor, Op.4 No.2

Antonio Vivaldi
Trio Sonata in D major, Op.1 no.6 RV 62

Antonio Vivaldi
Trio Sonata in E major, Op.1 no.4 RV 66

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Chiesa di San Michele in Bosco

Piazzale di S. Michele in Bosco, 3