[Broadway World] - The program begins with Antonio Vivaldi's Sonata No. 6 for Violoncello and Basso Continuo, RV46, using the cello, portative organ and harp, and Concerto No. 2 in A Minor for Two Organs, here with harp and organ, by Vivaldi's contemporary Antonio Soler.
[Broadway World] - Antonio Vivaldi-composer, violinist, and Catholic priest-was the musical director of the most famous of these schools, the Pietà. For the girls of the Pietà's orchestra he poured out a torrent of glittering music that astonished Europe.
[Area DVD] - Antonio Vivaldi, Rezitativ und Arie aus der Kantate RV679: Wir haben selten in unserem Testraum eine so gelungene Wiedergabe des diffizil darstellbaren Cembalo vernehmen dürfen. So angenehm, aber gleichzeitig so gut durchhörbar - dies sorgt für Freude
[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel] - "The Four Seasons" was not the only concept music that Antonio Vivaldi wrote about nature. With that in mind, this weekend Ensemble Musical Offering begins "The Vivaldi Project: The Composer's Affinity to the Natural World," a concert series that
[Daily Bruin] - Strings faculty Pogossian, Guillaume Sutre, Richard O'Neill and Antonio Lysy will accompany first-year students from the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music tonight to perform the third annual concert of Antonio Vivaldi's celebrated “Four Seasons” in the
[Charlotte Observer] - GRAHAM FLACK Antonio Vivaldi long ago picked up a nickname that referred to his hair color and his job with the Catholic Church: Red Priest. When a musical group latches onto that, it sends a signal. Performers who point to Vivaldi's red hair aren't
[Brandon Sun] - 2, by Antonio Vivaldi and the Sonata no. 1 in f minor, op. 80 by Sergei Prokofieff. Perry joined the Pro Arte Quartet and the University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty in 1995, and was granted a Paul Collins Endowed Professorship in
[MLive.com] - Music by Antonio Vivaldi also will be part of the programs on Thursday and Friday. “It's a kind of a contrast between Bach and Vivaldi, Vivaldi being a flashy, fiery composer,” she said. Bach, a German, and Vivaldi, an Italian, never met.
[La Prima Web] - L'evento scaturisce dall'incontro e dalla collaborazione di due importanti realtà sambenedettesi: l'Istituto “Antonio Vivaldi“ el'Associazione Musicale “Franz Schubert”. Lo spettacolo rientra nel repertorio dedicato a tutte le fasce d'età avente