Ensemble Cenacolo Musicale & Tommaso Luison, violin
Saturday 5. 9. 2020 20:00
TARTINI E L’ARTE DELL’ARCO
Italian sounds and suggestions of the first half of the 18th century
Tommaso Luison, violin
Elisa la Marca, theorbo
Carlo Zanardi, cello
Donatella Busetto, harpsichord
- Francesco Maria Veracini (1690 - 1768): Sonata VI in A Major (from Sonate Accademiche) op. 2 for solo violin and basso
- Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770): Sonata No 17 B D2 in D Major (dalle Sonate del manoscritto autografo 1888, conservato presso l’Archivio del Santo)
- Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Sonata I in g minor for violin and basso op. 2 (Amsterdam 1710)
- Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770): Sonata n. 5 op. 2 in a minor (Roma 1745)
Ensemble Cenacolo Musicale
Ensemble Cenacolo Musicale was founded by Donatella Busetto with the collaboration of some musicians sharing professional preparation, concert activity and interest in the Baroque genre. The group's repertoire ranges from instrumental music to sacred and secular cantatas by 17th and 18th century authors, up to the authors of the late Baroque and early Classicism.
Instrumental and vocal groups include solo voice repertoire with basso continuo, duets for soprano and alto with violins and basso continuo, solo voice and string quartet and basso continuo, harpsichord duo, concerts for solo instrument and strings, vocal quintet .
The group has performed concerts in Italy and abroad in prestigious festivals: Festival Dimanche Musique Corpataux-Friburgo; Festival Anton Lucio Vivaldi-TS, Festival Parco in Musica-Terni; Festival Barocco di Viterbo; Festival Barokko-Trento; Festival Cusiano di Musica Antica-Lago d’Orta, Mittelfest-Cividale, Festival Opera Barocca-Praga, il Festival Carniarmonie (UD), il Pan Opera Festival di Panicale (PG), Vicenza in Lirica, Tartini Festival. In November 2016 he published the CD Duetti da camera Se con stille frequenti, for Arcana-Outhere label, with the participation of Sara Mingardo, available on the major digital platforms, collecting excellent appreciations by the most important Italian and foreign specialized magazines, between which L'Avant-Scène Opéra, Musica, Classic Voice, Amadeus, and the prestigious international Gramophone.