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Oxford Chamber Music Society: Music from the Italian States

November 3 | 3:00 pm 5:00 pm

Concerti for strings by Durante, Facco, Gnocchi, Valentini & Vivaldi.

We travel the length and breadth of Italy highlighting the superb quality of music to be found in musical centres both great and small.

Recognised for “whipping up a storm with Vivaldi”, La Serenissima is “one of Britain’s best-loved chamber orchestras” (The Telegraph) known for championing a host of neglected Italian Baroque composers and outstanding performances.

The group plays to a global audience of millions, with 1.3m monthly listeners on Spotify alone and regularly features on international radio, advertising and film.

Programme

Concerto for strings & continuo in e
Francesco DURANTE (1684 – 1755)                                                                                       
Concerto VII for violin, strings & continuo in C, Opus 1 (Pensieri Adriarmonici)
Giacomo FACCO (1676 – 1753)   
Concerto IX for strings & continuo in E♭, Opus 7
Giuseppe VALENTINI (1681 – 1753)                                                                                       
Concerto La Caccia for violin, strings & continuo in B♭, RV 362
Antonio VIVALDI (1678 – 1741)
Concerto for strings & continuo in B♭
Pietro GNOCCHI (1689 – 1775)         
Concerto for violin, strings & continuo in d, RV 235
Antonio VIVALDI (1678 – 1741)


Performers

La Serenissima
Adrian Chandler Director/Violin

Holywell Music Room

Wadham College, Holywell Street
Oxford, OX1 3SD