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  • 17
    Sunday
    February
    2019
    St. Gallen
    Switzerland

    Serenades

    Concert

    17 02

    Serenades

    St. Gallen
    Concert
    17
    Sunday
    February
    2019
    5.00 pm
    Kirche St. Mangen

    Serenades

    Two great serenades by two great composers, representatives of different stylistic periods, will be heard at a concert devoted to the sound of wind instruments. Mozart and Dvořák both composed music of ingenious melodic invention and extraordinary charm. In their works for wind instruments, however, both composers went far beyond the boundaries of the original intent of the serenade as an entertainment genre, and they wrote compositions with artistic ambitions of the highest order.
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    W. A. Mozart — Gran Partita in B KV 361/370a
    A. Dvořák — Serenata in d op. 44
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  • 09
    Saturday
    March
    2019
    Budapest
    Hungary

    Israel in Egypt

    Concert

    09 03

    Israel in Egypt

    Budapest
    Concert
    09
    Saturday
    March
    2019
    7.30 pm
    Béla Bartók National Concert Hall

    Israel in Egypt

    In the oratorio Israel in Egypt, against the background of biblical texts, Händel gives free rein to his wonderful musical imagination for tone painting and stirring musical expression. The extensive and enormously refined choral passages full of contrasts and vocal virtuosity are at the work’s core, and with their theatricality, they reflect the greatness of their composer as a master of opera.
    Hannah Morrison | soprano
    Helena Hozová |  soprano
    Benno Schachtner | alto
    Krystian Adam | tenor
    Tomáš Král | bass
    Jaromír Nosek | bass

    Collegium 1704 Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks -  conductor

    G. F. Händel — Israel in Egypt HWV 54
    oratorio
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  • 15
    Friday
    March
    2019
    Versailles
    France

    Israel in Egypt

    Concert

    15 03

    Israel in Egypt

    Versailles
    Concert
    15
    Friday
    March
    2019
    8.00 pm
    La chapelle royale

    Israel in Egypt

    In the oratorio Israel in Egypt, against the background of biblical texts, Händel gives free rein to his wonderful musical imagination for tone painting and stirring musical expression. The extensive and enormously refined choral passages full of contrasts and vocal virtuosity are at the work’s core, and with their theatricality, they reflect the greatness of their composer as a master of opera.
    Hannah Morrison | soprano
    Helena Hozová |  soprano
    Benno Schachtner | alto
    Krystian Adam | tenor
    Tomáš Král | bass
    Jaromír Nosek | bass

    Collegium 1704 Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks -  conductor

    G. F. Händel — Israel in Egypt HWV 54
    oratorio
    Close
  • 24
    Sunday
    March
    2019
    Heidelberg
    Germany

    Israel in Egypt

    Concert

    24 03

    Israel in Egypt

    Heidelberg
    Concert
    24
    Sunday
    March
    2019
    7.30 pm

    Israel in Egypt

    In the oratorio Israel in Egypt, against the background of biblical texts, Händel gives free rein to his wonderful musical imagination for tone painting and stirring musical expression. The extensive and enormously refined choral passages full of contrasts and vocal virtuosity are at the work’s core, and with their theatricality, they reflect the greatness of their composer as a master of opera.
    Hannah Morrison | soprano
    Helena Hozová |  soprano
    Benno Schachtner | alto
    Krystian Adam | tenor
    Tomáš Král | bass
    Jaromír Nosek | bass

    Collegium 1704 Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks -  conductor

    G. F. Händel — Israel in Egypt HWV 54
    oratorio
    Close
  • 07
    Sunday
    April
    2019
    Vienna
    Austria

    St Matthew Passion

    Concert

    07 04

    St Matthew Passion

    Vienna
    Concert
    07
    Sunday
    April
    2019
    6.00 pm
    Konzerthaus

    St Matthew Passion

    Bach’s St Matthew Passion is not only one of the pinnacles of German Baroque music, but also one of the supreme masterpieces of European music of all time. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy’s legendary performance of the work in 1829 started the revival of interest in the music of the Leipzig Cantor. For nearly two centuries, this remarkable composition has been regarded as the most sublime example of perfect musical beauty.
    Eric Stoklossa — Evangelista - tenor
    Céline Scheen -  soprano
    Sophie Harmsen -  alto
    Jan Martiník -  bass

    Collegium 1704 & Collegium Vocale 1704
    Václav Luks - conductor

    J. S. Bach — Matthäus-Passion BWV 244
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  • 04
    Tuesday
    June
    2019
    Caen
    France

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Concert

    04 06

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Caen
    Concert
    04
    Tuesday
    June
    2019
    8.00 pm
    Caen Theatre

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    The dramatic fate of female heroes has inspired artists since antiquity and stories full of passion, love, grief, but also defiance, joy, and determination have become the subject of artistic representation in literature, art and music. Magdalena Kožená will be a guide in a program composed of dramatic scenes of famous female heroes such as Armida or Ariadne, as well as lesser-known stories of devoted love, such as the story of the Ero nymph. The music of Italian cantatas by George Friedrich Händel complements the works of his Venetian and Nepolian contemporaries, and the flames of Italian music blend in with the passion of immortal stories.
    Magdalena Kožená - mezzosoprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel – Agrippina HWV 6 
    Sinfonia                                                                                                              
     
    G. F. Händel – Armida abbandonata | cantata                                 

    Leonardo Vinci – Maria dolorata 
    Sinfonia               


    Francesco Gasparini – Atalia 
    Ombre, cure, sospetti | aria

    Benedetto Marcello – Arianna abbandonata  | cantata                              
     
    Leonardo Leo – Angelica e Medoro | cantata                                   
     
    Domenico Sarri – Didone abbandonata 
    Introduzzione 
     
    G. F. Händel – Ero e Leandro | cantata       
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  • 05
    Wednesday
    June
    2019
    Versailles
    France

    Sacred Händel

    Concert

    05 06

    Sacred Händel

    Versailles
    Concert
    05
    Wednesday
    June
    2019
    8.00 pm
    Royal Chapel

    Sacred Händel

    Francesca Aspromonte – soprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks  – conductor

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Sacred cantatas

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Concerto grosso op.3 n°1

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Concerto grosso op.3 n°5

    Georg Friedrich Händel – Concerto for organ and orchestra n°13 « Le Coucou »

    Francesco Geminiani – Concerto Grosso op. 5 nº12 « La Follia »
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  • 06
    Thursday
    June
    2019
    Versailles
    France

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Concert

    06 06

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Versailles
    Concert
    06
    Thursday
    June
    2019
    8.00 pm
    Royal Opera

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    The dramatic fate of female heroes has inspired artists since antiquity and stories full of passion, love, grief, but also defiance, joy, and determination have become the subject of artistic representation in literature, art and music. Magdalena Kožená will be a guide in a program composed of dramatic scenes of famous female heroes such as Armida or Ariadne, as well as lesser-known stories of devoted love, such as the story of the Ero nymph. The music of Italian cantatas by George Friedrich Händel complements the works of his Venetian and Nepolian contemporaries, and the flames of Italian music blend in with the passion of immortal stories.
    Magdalena Kožená - mezzosoprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel – Agrippina HWV 6 
    Sinfonia                                                                                                              
     
    G. F. Händel – Armida abbandonata | cantata                                 

    Leonardo Vinci – Maria dolorata 
    Sinfonia               


    Francesco Gasparini – Atalia 
    Ombre, cure, sospetti | aria

    Benedetto Marcello – Arianna abbandonata  | cantata                              
     
    Leonardo Leo – Angelica e Medoro | cantata                                   
     
    Domenico Sarri – Didone abbandonata 
    Introduzzione 
     
    G. F. Händel – Ero e Leandro | cantata         
    Close
  • 16
    Sunday
    June
    2019
    Plzeň
    Czech Republic

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Concert

    16 06

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Plzeň
    Concert
    16
    Sunday
    June
    2019
    8.00 pm
    Měšťanská beseda

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    The dramatic fate of female heroes has inspired artists since antiquity and stories full of passion, love, grief, but also defiance, joy, and determination have become the subject of artistic representation in literature, art and music. Magdalena Kožená will be a guide in a program composed of dramatic scenes of famous female heroes such as Armida or Ariadne, as well as lesser-known stories of devoted love, such as the story of the Ero nymph. The music of Italian cantatas by George Friedrich Händel complements the works of his Venetian and Nepolian contemporaries, and the flames of Italian music blend in with the passion of immortal stories.
    Magdalena Kožená - mezzosoprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel – Agrippina HWV 6 
    Sinfonia                                                                                                              
     
    G. F. Händel – Armida abbandonata | cantata                                 

    Leonardo Vinci – Maria dolorata 
    Sinfonia               


    Francesco Gasparini – Atalia 
    Ombre, cure, sospetti | aria

    Benedetto Marcello – Arianna abbandonata  | cantata                              
     
    Leonardo Leo – Angelica e Medoro | cantata                                   
     
    Domenico Sarri – Didone abbandonata 
    Introduzzione 
     
    G. F. Händel – Ero e Leandro | cantata    
    Close
  • 18
    Tuesday
    June
    2019
    Litomyšl
    Czech Republic

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Concert

    18 06

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    Litomyšl
    Concert
    18
    Tuesday
    June
    2019
    8.00 pm
    Castle Courtyard

    Il giardino dei sospiri

    The dramatic fate of female heroes has inspired artists since antiquity and stories full of passion, love, grief, but also defiance, joy, and determination have become the subject of artistic representation in literature, art and music. Magdalena Kožená will be a guide in a program composed of dramatic scenes of famous female heroes such as Armida or Ariadne, as well as lesser-known stories of devoted love, such as the story of the Ero nymph. The music of Italian cantatas by George Friedrich Händel complements the works of his Venetian and Nepolian contemporaries, and the flames of Italian music blend in with the passion of immortal stories.
    Magdalena Kožená – mezzosoprano
    Collegium 1704
    Václav Luks – conductor

    G. F. Händel – Agrippina HWV 6 
    Sinfonia                                                                                                              
     
    G. F. Händel – Armida abbandonata | cantata                                 

    Leonardo Vinci – Maria dolorata 
    Sinfonia               


    Francesco Gasparini – Atalia 
    Ombre, cure, sospetti | aria

    Benedetto Marcello – Arianna abbandonata  | cantata                              
     
    Leonardo Leo – Angelica e Medoro | cantata                                   
     
    Domenico Sarri – Didone abbandonata 
    Introduzzione 
     
    G. F. Händel – Ero e Leandro | cantata 
    Close



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