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Composer: Castello, Dario (1590-1644)

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Year of birth1590
Year of death1644
May 2018
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CremonaXVII Century Opera prologues

© Julien Mignot
Monteverdi, Caccini, Cavalli, Rossi, Castello, Ferrari, Cesti, Stradella, Scarlatti
Enrico Onofri; Il Pomo d'Oro; Francesca Aspromonte

GöttingenGiovanni Antonini und Ottavio Dantone

Bach, Handel, Falconieri, Castello, van Eyck, Corelli, Mancini
Giovanni Antonini; Ottavio Dantone

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime concert: AAM

Gabrieli, Kapsperger, Rossi, Castello
Members of the Academy of Ancient Music

LondonProm 26: Late Night Serpent and Fire

Purcell, Graupner, Sartorio, Locke, Handel, Castello, Cavalli, Hasse
Il giardino armonico; Giovanni Antonini; Anna Prohaska

PaviaGiovanni Antonini - Ottavio Dantone

Castello, van Eyck, Mancini, Scarlatti, Corelli, Handel, Bach
Giovanni Antonini; Ottavio Dantone
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Il giardino armonico’s bouquet of Baroque bonbons causes a sensation in Wrocław

Giovanni Antonini and Il giardino armonico © Joanna Stoga
A concert at the Andrzej Markowski International Wratislavia Cantans Festival that was anything but traditional or predictable.
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Anna Prohaska: pure and precise

Anna Prohaska © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Themed around legendary African queens Dido and Cleopatra, Prohaska’s recital with the virtuosi of Il Giardino Armonico could serve as a template for the ideal Baroque programme.
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Baroque Blues: Apollo's Fire in café style

Apollo's Fire © Apollo's Fire
Apollo's Fire digs deep into the roots of early music and finds some surprisingly contemporary sounds.
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Le Poème Harmonique at Columbia University

Le Poème Harmonique  ©  O. Matsura
In his 1995 book Text and Act, the musicologist Richard Taruskin wrote of the historically-informed performance movement, “the very recent concept of historical authenticity is implicitly projected back into historical periods that never knew it.
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In Venetia: QuintEssential perform and evening of Gabrieli and contemporaries

The celebrated Giovanni Gabrieli, one of the most innovative and influential composers of the Venetian school, exacting the transition between the Renaissance and Baroque musical periods, died on 12 August 1612.
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