Les Idées heureuses - Vincent Lauzer : The Art of the Recorder in Naples
With Neapolitan Baroque music portrayed as virtuosic, expressive and luminous, recorder player Vincent Lauzer performs the finest pages of the 18th-century instrumental repertoire composed in this culturally rich city. With seven musicians from Les Idées heureuses, we'll hear the famous flautino concerto RV 312 by Antonio Vivaldi who, despite his Venetian origins, spent part of his life in Naples as choirmaster of the Pietà dei Turchini, which explains why he had such a strong influence on such excellent Neapolitan composers, now forgotten, as Sarri, Avitrano, Fiorenza and Mancini.
General Public: $46
Museum Members: $39
34 or under: $23
Sunday September 24, 2023 at 02:30 pm
Vincent Lauzer, recorders Les Idées heureuses Dorothéa Ventura, organ, harpsichord and direction Tanya LaPerrière, violin Marie Nadeau-Tremblay, violin Jacques-André Houle, viola Amanda Keesmaat, cello Dominic Girard, double bass Daniel Zuluaga, theorbo and guitar
SCARLATTI Sinfonia di concerto grosso for recorder and strings in G minor, R533.9 MANCINI Sonata for recorder No. 11 in G minor FIORENZA Concerto for recorder and strings in A minor AVITRANO Sonata I, Op. 1 in G major for two violins SARRI Concerto for recorder in A minor VIVALDI Concerto in F major for recorder RV 312R