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Composer: Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660-1725)

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Year of birth1660
Year of death1725
NationalityItaly
PeriodBaroque
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SchwarzenbergKammerkonzert Armida Quartett, Jörg Widmann

Kammerkonzert Armida Quartett, Jörg Widmann
Scarlatti, Weber, Schubert
Armida Quartett; Jörg Widmann

ZürichScarlatti

Scarlatti
Caldara, Porpora, Scarlatti
Orchestra La Scintilla Zurich; Ottavio Dantone; Ana Quintans; Wiebke Lehmkuhl

InnsbruckDas goldene Zeitalter

Das goldene Zeitalter
Scarlatti, Sammartini, Telemann, Richter, Boccherini, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert
casalQuartett, Quartet

InnsbruckDavid und Goliath

David und Goliath
Scarlatti: Davidis pugna et victoria
Alessandro De Marchi; Academia Montis Regalis; Arianna Venditelli; Luigi De Donato; Giulia Semenzato

ParisIl primo omicidioNew production

Scarlatti: Caino, overo il primo omicidio
René Jacobs; Romeo Castellucci; Opéra de Paris; Kristina Hammarström; Olivia Vermeulen
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The Trumpet Shall Sound

© Mario Mintoff PhotoCity
In the opening concert of the fifth Valletta International Baroque Festival, soloist Andrea Di Marco shows the versatility of the Baroque trumpet.
***11
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Baroque this Christmas!

A skilfully programmed evening of Italian Baroque music gave us a Christmas concert with a difference – and, thanks to superb playing from Spiritato!, an immensely enjoyable one. 
****1
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La gloria di primavera: Scarlatti gem rediscovered

Diana Moore © Peter Everard Smith
Nicholas McGegan and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra give new life to a Scarlatti serenata.
****1
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Karina Gauvin in Debussy’s unforgettable Ariettes

Karina Gauvin © Michael Slobodian
In an eclectic program  by Karina Gauvin and pianist Maciej Pikuski at the Concertgebouw’s recital hall, Debussy’s Forgotten Songs stand out.
***11
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The moon at noon: Britten Sinfonia

Julia Doyle © Raphaelle Photography
Clyne, Ligeti and Pärt sit down with Bach and Scarlatti for a spot of lunch!
****1
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