Marco Taio, Barbara Frittoli, Ekaterina Semenchuk, Dmitri Voropaev, Yuri Vorobiev, Orchestra Of The Mariinsky Theatre, Mattia Rondelli - G. SARTI Magnificat Gloria mp3 album
Giuseppe Sarti, Barbara Frittoli, Ekaterina Semenchuk, Dmitri Voropaev, Yuri Vorobiev, Mariinsky Chorus And Orchestra, Mattia Rondelli - Magnificat - Gloria (CD, Album).
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Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Ekaterina Semenchuk. Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Mariinsky Theatre. Soprano Vocals – Barbara Frittoli. Tenor Vocals – Dmitri Voropaev. Rec. Live St. Petersburg at Mariinsky Concert Hall, June 2011.
A survey of Sarti’s stage works for the 1780–90s reveals his preferred pattern of conveying a sublime atmosphere of classicistic tragedy through unmeasured text and declamation - whether notated or not - located in the cathartic points of the drama, in conjunction with unison chorus and illustrative elements in the orchestra.
Magfnificat and Gloria. Soloists: Barbara Frittoli (soprano), Ekaterina Semenchuk (mezzo-soprano), Dmitry Voropaev (tenor), Yuri Vorobiev (bass). Mariinsky Theatre Chorus and Orchestra. Giuseppe Sarti (1729 – 1802) is justly considered to have been one of the finest musicians of his generation. It is in Sarti’s religious music that the polyphonic brilliance of the pupil of the legendary Padre Martini came to full fruition, having carefully concealed it in his operas. Of course, in spiritual works his operatic expressiveness and shades of the gallant style came through, but on the whole they seem more archaic than the maestro’s operas. Mariinsky Theatre: 1 Theatre Square Mariinsky II: 34 Dekabristov Street Сhamber venues of the Mariinsky II Concert Hall: 20 Pisareva Street (entry from Dekabristov, 37). Vladivostok.
Mattia Rondelli is an Italian conductor of international renown. His engagements have taken him to some of the most important venues in Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Russia, the USA and China. His versatility as a conductor has resulted in performances of works from both the operatic and orchestral repertoires ranging from early music to pieces by contemporary composers. This included a performance of certain sacral works by Giuseppe Sarti, an Italian composer who deeply influenced Mozart and, having spent almost twenty years at the Russian Imperial Court of Catherine II, may be considered one of the founding fathers of Russian music traditions.
Mattia Rondelli is an Italian conductor who has already appeared on the international scene. His engagements have brought him to some of the most important venues in Italy, Switzerland, UK, Russia, USA, and China. His versatility as a conductor has led to performances of works from both the operatic and orchestral repertoire, wildly ranging from early music to the music of today. In these last years Mr. Rondelli obtained sensational achievements due to his meeting with Valery Gergiev and the collaboration with Mariinsky Theatre. Mattia Rondelli is a SONYClassical Artist: he recorded G. Sarti – Magnificat&Gloria with Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and Chorus, and L. Boccherini Stabat Mater featuring Barbara Frittoli and I Virtuosi del Teatro alla Scala.
See contact information and details about Ekaterina Semenchuk. This is the official page of the opera singer, mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk. With Valery Gergiev, she has performed Didon (Les Troyens) at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. She has also performed Fricka (Die Walkure) with the Los Angeles Opera. She recently made her debut at Salzburg Festival as Eboli, in a new production of Don Carlo, under the baton of Antonio Pappano, celebrated Shostakovich in recital at the Vienna Konzerthaus and Tchaikosvy at Wigmore Hall.
Yuri Vorobiev’s new CD. News. 09 Jul 2012 at 14:00. Author: Askonas Holt. Giuseppe Sarti: Magnificat – Gloria will be released in the UK this week. The German release will follow on 27 July.
The brilliant Russian mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk has completed her studies at the Conservatory of St. Petersburg.