Ensemble "Frequenze diverse"
Thursday 6. 9. 2018 20:00
Tartini, masters and pupils
Tommaso Luison: violin
Mattia Cipolli: cello
Willem Peerik: harpsichord
- Arcangelo Corelli (1653 – 1713): Sonata Op. 5 N 1 in D Major for violin and b.c.
- Pasquale Bini (1716 – 1770): Sonata for violin and b.c. in G Major
- Francesco Saverio Geminiani (1687 – 1762): Sonata Op. 5 N 2 H104 in d minor for cello and b.c.
- Giuseppe Tartini (1692 – 1770): Sonata Op. 1 N 9 in A Major for violin and b.c.
- Domenico Dall’Oglio (1700 – 1764): Sonata op. 1 N 12 in e minor for violin and b.c.
Frequenze Diverse is an early music ensemble founded in Bologna in 2014. The group is composed of several professors from the orchestra of the Municipal Theater of Bologna who are joined by a common passion for the baroque music repertoire and the historical research of compositions. These musicians have backgrounds and experience in musicology and historical interpretation of music: Tommaso Luison, a performer and scholar of Tartini and his school, Matia Cipollo, connoisseur of early music phraseology and the early music created in the Germanic world. In 2015 they were joined by harpsichord player Willem Peerik and become the resident ensemble at the early music festival Amoeni Loci in Pesaro, Italy.