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Composer: Giacomelli, Geminiano (1692-1740)

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Year of birth1692
Year of death1740
NationalityItaly
PeriodBaroque
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LondonFarinelli Spotlight Concert

Farinelli Spotlight Concert
Araia, Porpora, Giacomelli, Hasse, Vinci, Leo, Galuppi, Ariosti, Broschi
Ian Peter Bugeja; Les Bougies Baroques; Piotr Jordan; Maria Ostroukhova; Cenk Karaferya

New York CityVenice Baroque Orchestra: The Swedish Nightingale

Handel, Vivaldi, Orlandini, Giacomelli, Hasse
Venice Baroque Orchestra; Ann Hallenberg; Gianpiero Zanocco
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Hallenberg transports Halle audience to Venice

Ann Hallenberg and Maxim Emelyanychev © Thomas Ziegler
Ann Hallenberg dazzles at the Halle Handel Festival with a programme of newly discovered gems from the Venice Carnival of 1729.
*****
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Engaging Baroque from the Chicago Symphony

Vivica Genaux © Ribalta Luce Studio
Conductor and violinist Fabio Biondi led the CSO in works of Corelli and Vivaldi, while Vivica Genaux served as an impressive soloist in a selection of Baroque arias.
***11
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Venetian delights from Cenčić and Il Pomo d'Oro

Such is the growing popularity of the solo countertenor voice that in this past week I was able to hear four countertenor performances in London - the latest being Max Emanuel Cenčić.
***11
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More than a drama queen: Joyce DiDonato in Amsterdam

It has been five years since mezzo Joyce DiDonato last sang in Amsterdam. In those five years, she won an Emmy Award, headed the cast of countless productions at the Met and Covent Garden, and has been recognized as one of the greatest opera singers of our time by the press and aficionados alike.
*****
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Les Bougies Baroques present some 18th-century secrets in Malta

Picture a warm May evening, walking the narrow, silent, cool streets of the ancient capital of Malta, then sitting amongst a magnificent collection of 17th- and 18th-century art with a promise of secrets!This was the setting for a concert – no, in fact, a spectacular – held on Friday 10 May at the Cathedral Museum, Mdina.
****1
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