GREAT SINGERS AT THE THEATER SAN FERNANDO OF SEVILLE Before the start of the nineteenth century, only the most important cities outside Italy had regular, or even frequent seasons of Italian opera. But opera started to spread rapidly, and by 1850 countless cities had such seasons. For some, such as London, Ptiris, St. Petersburg, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon and Vienna they were on a regular basis , and so timed to keep the star singers busy the year around. Thus, Paris, St. Petersburg, Madrid and Barcelona had their seasons in the autumn and winter; London and Vienna in the spring. Sevi...+ info
Ana Claudia Girotto, piano
Conductor: Elena Herrera
Nino Rota was born in Milan in 1911 within a musical family. He was a child prodigy and excelled in the composition of the orchestra since he was twelve years old when released on his own driving his oratorio 'The childhood of John the Baptist. Received an excellent academic training in Rome, USA and Milan, where he studied literature. He was director of the Conservatory of Bari from 1950 until his death in 1979. Author of ballets, operas, concertos for horn, bass cello, piano, bassoon, and symphonies, heavily emphasizing his brilliant work in film, suffice it to say who is the author of the...+ info
Juan Carlos Rivera
¿Chitarrone versus violonchelo? A surprising new transcription of three cello suites J. S. Bach. We talked about the best music my cousin Mr. Wilhelm Friedemann Dred, along with those famous lutenists, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Kropffganss, played in our house. This is what can be read in a letter to Elias Bach, a relative of J. S. Bach, wrote on August 11, 1739. Two German musicians and composers, Weiss and Kropffganss are known as the most eminent virtuosos on his instrument. The lute reached its peak at the beginning of the eighteenth century and both musicians are regarded as th...+ info
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