J. S. BACH - Zerreißet, zersprenget, zertrümmert die Gruft "Der zufriedengestellte Aeolus" BWV 205 27 April 2017 - 5 May 2017, Formigine

What could a group of university students do in 1725 to celebrate the name-day of one of their teachers? Go to Johann Sebastian Bach and commission from him a Cantata in his name, obviously! And it is exactly from this secular Cantata (one of the few written by Bach) that we want to begin trying to understand a bit better this familiar yet “feared” writer. A composer who every musician gets to know as a child, yet rarely becomes one that you take for granted.
This is what we want to attempt, along with the precious help of the oboist, director and musicologist Alfredo Bernardini, and the English ensemble “Solomon’s Knot,” which, for the occasion, will be an integral part of the Spira Mirabilis project performing the challenging vocal parts.

Events

Concert Camposanto

04/05/2017 21:00
Chiesa di San Nicola (Camposanto (Mo) Italy) View map

Concert Formigine

05/05/2017 21:00
Auditorium Spira mirabilis (Formigine Italy)

Musicians

  • James Hugh Arthur Baritone
  • Lorenza Borrani Violin
  • Ursina Braun Cello
  • Daniela Braun Viola
  • Katie Emily Bray Mezzo soprano
  • Zoë Claire Brookshaw Soprano
  • Maria Alba Carmona Tobella Oboe
  • Diego Castelli Violin
  • Benedetto Dallaglio Horn
  • Camille Delaforge Piano
  • Antonio Faillaci Trumpet
  • Michele Fattori Bassoon
  • Timoti Fregni Violin
  • Anne Gaurier Cello
  • Guido Riccardo Bruno Guidarelli Trumpet
  • Olga Hansen Viola
  • Thomas Hal Herford Tenor
  • Mirjam Huettner Oboe
  • Eskricke Francis Benedict Inman Tenor
  • Manuel Martínez Navarro Percussions
  • Jon Mikel Valgañon Doublebass
  • Emma Maria Ester Nyman Violin
  • Yumi Onda Violin
  • Lucy Rose Page Soprano
  • Anne Parisot Flute
  • Adriano Piccioni Doublebass
  • Francesca Piccioni Viola
  • Bianca Riesner Cello
  • Lorenzo Rovati Violin
  • Jonathan Edwin Sells Baritone
  • Kate Symonds-Joy Mezzo soprano
  • Francesca Torri Flute
  • Matteo Villa Trumpet
  • Kathryn Zevenbergen Horn

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