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Performer: Federico Maria Sardelli

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VancouverVivaldi’s Four Seasons

Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione), Op.8 no. 1-4
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra; Federico Maria Sardelli

FlorenceRinaldo

Handel: Rinaldo
Federico Maria Sardelli; Pier Luigi Pizzi; Maggio Musicale Fiorentino; Carmela Remigio; Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

RomeVivaldi: Juditha triumphans

Vivaldi: Juditha triumphans, RV 644
Federico Maria Sardelli; Romina Basso; Roberta Mameli; Nadezhda Karyazina; Rui Hoshina

VeniceIl barbiere di Siviglia

Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)
Federico Maria Sardelli; Bepi Morassi; Teatro La Fenice; Lauro Crisman; Antonino Siragusa; Josè Maria Lo Monaco

VenicePrima la musica e poi le parole/Der Schauspieldirektor

Salieri, Mozart
Federico Maria Sardelli; Italo Nunziata; Teatro La Fenice; Rocío Pérez; Valentino Buzza; Coro del Teatro La Fenice; Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice
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A second chance for a teenager Mozart in Venice

Il re pastore at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice © Michele Crosera
Il re pastore seems to be a work that deserves to be included in the repertoire for its undoubted qualities and not only because it foreshadows the genius of the works that will follow.
***11
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Young Mozart returns to Venice: Il sogno di Scipione

Il sogno di Scipione © Michele Crosera
Three sopranos and three tenors express a catalogue of "affections" in musical numbers full of coloratura and virtuosic effects that are already 100% Mozart despite the young age of the composer.
****1
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Dafne returns to Florence four centuries later

Francesca Boncompagni (Dafne) © Camilla Ricci
The imaginative baroque architecture of the Buontalenti Grotto in Palazzo Pitti Boboli Gardens is an inert background to the action in this reprise of one of the first operas.
***11
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Baroque astonishment and wonder in Turin

Though musically played with participation and sensitivitythe, this production was full of jugglers, acrobats, dancers, circus performers and mimes. 
***11
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