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Composer: Vinci, Leonardo (1690-1730)

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Year of birth1690
Year of death1730
NationalityItaly
PeriodBaroque
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ViennaGismondo, re di Polonia (konzertant)

Vinci: Gismondo, re di Polonia
Martyna Pastuszka; Theater an der Wien; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Yuriy Mynenko; Dilyara Idrisova; Sophie Junker

NaplesSiroe rè di PersiaNew Production

Vinci: Siroe rè di Persia
Antonio Florio; Elena Barbalich; San Carlo Theatre; Tommaso Lagattolla; Francesco Marsiglia; Cristina Alunno
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Disconnected dégustation: Pinchgut Opera's Rameau

Lauren Zolezzi © Patrick Boland
Historically informed rarities from Rameau and Vinci aim to recreate the world of 18th-century opera-going in Paris. But a misaligned production distracts from this specialised experience.
***11
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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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Intimate devotion to a lamenting mother

Andreas Scholl © James McMillan
Joined by the exquisitely subtle Accademia Bizantina led by Alessandro Tampieri, Scholl brought little-known but no less great devotions to the Virgin Mary to life with impetus and intimacy.
****1
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Dido left stranded by the director in Florence

Roberta Mameli (Didone) © Simone Donati | TerraProject
Metastasio's Didone abbandonata has been set to music at least sixty times. Florence revives a version by Leonardo Vinci composed in 1726.
**111
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Baroque vocalise: Franco Fagioli

Franco Fagioli © Julian Laidig
Words definitely took second place to music in Franco Fagioli’s recital of Baroque operatic arias performed by the great Italian castrato Caffarelli.
***11
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