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Il Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini, Fatma Said

Berlin, Konzerthaus Berlin — Großer Saal

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Explore the beauty of classical music at Konzerthaus in Berlin, where music by Vivaldi, Monteverdi and others comes to life in this incredible performance.

Iván Fischer, honorary conductor of the Konzerthausorchester, feels a special affinity with the eclectic musical language of Viennese composer Gustav Mahler.
This time he dedicates himself to the world‐spanning Third Symphony of 1896, in which there is room for an entire world, from donkey to angel, for Gustav Mahler sets a veritable cosmology to music: from inani


  • Vivaldi, Antonio – Concerto for strings and basso continuo in E minor, RV 134
  • Vivaldi, Antonio – Sinfonia « al Santo sepolcro », RV 169
  • Monteverdi, Claudio – Lamento di Arianna
  • Vivaldi, Antonio – « Gelido in ogni vena », air extrait de Farnace RV 711
  • Vivaldi, Antonio – Ottone in Villa (Selected Works)
  • Locatelli, Pietro – Concerto grosso Es‐Dur op. 7 Nr. 6 Il pianto d’Arianna
  • Haydn, Joseph – „Arianna a Naxos“ — Kantate für Sopran und Streicher Hob XXVIb:2
Program is subject to change


Conductor: Antonini, Giovanni
Ensemble: Il Giardino Armonico

Il Giardino Armonico, founded in Milan in 1985, brings together a number of graduates from some of Europe’s leading colleges of music, all of whom have specialised in playing on period instruments. Many of its members are also in demand as international soloists and have appeared in concert with such eminent artists as N. Harnoncourt, G. Leonhardt, T. Pinnock, Ch. Coin and J. Savall. The ensemble’s repertory is concentrated in the main on the 17th and 18th centuries. Depending on the demands of each programme, the group will consist of anything from 3 to 30 musicians.

Soprano: Said, Fatma


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