La tempesta di mare

La tempesta di mare

Martyna Pastuszka
26.07.2018 - 26.07.2018

Mediterranean Ports and their Famous Baroque Masters
Thursday 26.07.2018 | 7:30 pm

Program
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
At Tempesta di mare op. 8 No. 5

Giovanni Antonio Guido (ca.1680-1729)
Scherzi harmonic sopra le quattro stagione dell'anno
(Funny musical features
on the basis of four seasons)
Le Printemps (Spring)
L'Été (Summer)

Adam Jarzębski (1590? -1648 / 9)
Canzoni: Sentinella, Nuremberg

Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) / Francesco Scarlatti (1666-1741)
Concerto Grosso F major 8

Marcin Mielczewski (? -1651)
The area of ​​two violins, viola da gamba e basso continuo

Concert with a break.
Expected end of the concert at 9:15 pm.
 

Artists
Martyna Pastuszka
Orkiestra Historyczna
Adam Pastuszka, Małgorzata Malke - violin
Krzysztof Firlus - viola da gamba
Ján Prievozník - violone
Anna Firlus - harpsichord, organ

Annotation
The four seasons were adapted as a motif not only by the Red-Haired Priest, as Vivaldi was known in his own time. Around 1680, Giovanni Antonio Guido was born in the Italian port Genoa. Only a few years after Vivaldi published his Four Seasons, Guido reacted by compositing Scherzi armonici sopra le quattro stagioni dell’anno.

A selection of pieces from this extraordinary instrumental collection will form the core of the performance at the Sts Simon and Juda Church by{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna from Poland with their artistic leader Martyna Pastuszka. Their programme will introduce also some other Mediterranean ports in which important musicians were active in history, such as Vivaldi’s Venice or Scarlatti’s Palermo and Naples.

The programme also comprises music by Polish composers who were influenced and fascinated by Italian music, Adam Jarzębski and Marcin Mielczewski. Vivaldi’s concerto La tempesta di mare is undoubtedly one of the best musical renderings of this fascinating natural phenomenon.

Venue
Church of St. Simon and Judy
Dušní / U Milosrdných, Prague 1 - Old Town, 110 00

Partners of the concert
In cooperation with the Polish Institute.

Mediterranean Ports and their Famous Baroque Masters
Thursday 26.07.2018 | 7:30 pm

Program
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
At Tempesta di mare op. 8 No. 5

Giovanni Antonio Guido (ca.1680-1729)
Scherzi harmonic sopra le quattro stagione dell'anno
(Funny musical features
on the basis of four seasons)
Le Printemps (Spring)
L'Été (Summer)

Adam Jarzębski (1590? -1648 / 9)
Canzoni: Sentinella, Nuremberg

Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) / Francesco Scarlatti (1666-1741)
Concerto Grosso F major 8

Marcin Mielczewski (? -1651)
The area of ​​two violins, viola da gamba e basso continuo

Concert with a break.
Expected end of the concert at 9:15 pm.
 

Artists
Martyna Pastuszka
Orkiestra Historyczna
Adam Pastuszka, Małgorzata Malke - violin
Krzysztof Firlus - viola da gamba
Ján Prievozník - violone
Anna Firlus - harpsichord, organ

Annotation
The four seasons were adapted as a motif not only by the Red-Haired Priest, as Vivaldi was known in his own time. Around 1680, Giovanni Antonio Guido was born in the Italian port Genoa. Only a few years after Vivaldi published his Four Seasons, Guido reacted by compositing Scherzi armonici sopra le quattro stagioni dell’anno.

A selection of pieces from this extraordinary instrumental collection will form the core of the performance at the Sts Simon and Juda Church by{oh!} Orkiestra Historyczna from Poland with their artistic leader Martyna Pastuszka. Their programme will introduce also some other Mediterranean ports in which important musicians were active in history, such as Vivaldi’s Venice or Scarlatti’s Palermo and Naples.

The programme also comprises music by Polish composers who were influenced and fascinated by Italian music, Adam Jarzębski and Marcin Mielczewski. Vivaldi’s concerto La tempesta di mare is undoubtedly one of the best musical renderings of this fascinating natural phenomenon.

Venue
Church of St. Simon and Judy
Dušní / U Milosrdných, Prague 1 - Old Town, 110 00

Partners of the concert
In cooperation with the Polish Institute.

Veranstaltungsort

Location of the event

50.0919946, 14.4205669

Sts. Simon and Jude Church
Dušní/U Milosrdných
110 00
Praha 1 - Staré Město
Czech Republic

Veranstalterdaten

Organizer

Collegium Marianum 
- Týnská škola, s.r.o.
Vodičkova 700/32, Praha 1
+420 731 448 346
+420 224 229 462
 

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