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Composer: Jommelli, Niccolò (1714-1774)

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Year of birth1714
Year of death1774
NationalityItaly
PeriodClassical
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HalleFestkonzert mit Joyce DiDonato

Purcell, Jommelli, Gesualdo, Pärt, Handel
Maxim Emelyanychev; Joyce DiDonato; Il Pomo d'Oro; Manuel Palazzo; Ralf Pleger

DresdenJoyce Di Donato & Il Pomo D'Oro

© Brooke Shaden
Handel, Jommelli, Leo, Monteverdi, Purcell
Maxim Emelyanychev; Il Pomo d'Oro; Joyce DiDonato; Manuel Palazzo; Ralf Pleger

BudapestJoyce DiDonato and Il Pomo d'Oro Orchestra

© Brooke Shaden
Handel, Leo, Cavalieri, Purcell, Gesualdo, Pärt, Jommelli
Joyce DiDonato; Il Pomo d'Oro

ParisFilippo Mineccia : récital

Jommelli
Javier Ulises Illán; Filippo Mineccia; Ensemble Nereydas
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In war and peace: thoughtful virtuosity from DiDonato

Joyce DiDonato and Manuel Palazzo © Mark Allan | Barbican
Bringing her programme of Baroque arias to London, Joyce DiDonato was on a mission to discover how we find peace.
****1
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Anna Bonitatibus in regal form as Semiramide

Anna Bonitatibus at Wigmore Hall © Minjaš Žugić
An exhilarating evening of rarities and novelty from Anna Bonitatibus.
****1
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Jommelli's Vologeso thrown to the lions

Rachel Kelly © Gerard Collett
A concert performance wasn't perhaps the best way to make a case for Jommelli's Il Vologeso, presented as part of Classical Opera's Mozart 250 series. 
***11
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L'isola disabitata: a tribute from San Carlo to its illustrious past

L'isola disabitata © Teatro di San Carlo
A musically convincing production of Niccolò Jommelli's L'isola disabitata, but with too many pretentious stage ideas.
***11
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Fiddling while Carthage burns: Jommelli's La Didone from Ensemble Serse

Five hours with five counter tenors: a virtuoso stand-off which impresses, even astounds, but ultimately exhausts even the most dedicated audience by its refusal to cut a single note of what becomes a very long, florid opera by Jommelli. 
****1
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