L'ARCHICEMBALO'S DEBUT AT THE UNIONE MUSICALE SEASON IN TURIN

A Unique Take On Vivaldi's And Haendel's "Italian Way"

Teatro Vittoria, Via Gramsci 4, Torino
March 18, 2019 at 8 pm

THE CONCERT

THE ENSEMBLE

THE INTERVIEW

FEATURE ON "SISTEMA MUSICA" MAGAZINE

BRILLIANT CLASSICS RELEASES L'ARCHICEMBALO'S 4-CD BOX SET ON MAY 1, 2019

Two years after they established a privileged relationship with the Vivaldi Autograph Collections of the Biblioteca Nazionale in Turin by simultaneously opening the second-ever exhibition of all the Vivaldi manuscripts of the Fondi Foà and Giordano and a three-week Vivaldi Festival all over town, the Baroque octet L'Archicembalo debuts within the internationally renowned Unione Musicale season.

L'Archicembalo's meteoric rise is mirrored in the imminent release by Brilliant Classics of their 4-CD box set containing their own recording of all of Vivaldi's Concertos and Sinfonias for Strings and Continuo on period instruments.
Out of this box set, Brilliant Classics commissioned 3 new CDs, which L'Archicembalo recorded at lightning speed within just 5 months in the second half of 2018.

The only re-release is CD4, containing the first instalment of the work, which the ensemble had recorded for Tactus in 2016, an instant hit which had immediately amassed one and a half million clicks in the streaming charts.
The box set, a rarity within the recording industry since it features only one ensemble recording Vivaldi's whole body of work on period instruments, will be released by Brilliant Classics on May 1, 2019.

A secret pathway between the contemplative fascination of a true Italian borgo and the world stage

A secret pathway between the contemplative fascination of a true Italian borgo and the world stage

The Lemon Courtyard

Artist and Project Management

Headed by Maria Chiara Bonazzi, a professional journalist with a 20-year experience mainly as London feature writer and correspondent for the Italian daily newspaper La Stampa, and bringing her very personal focus on to the management and representation of classical music and the arts, The Lemon Courtyard is a concept placed halfway between the hazy Medieval beauty of Chieri and her long exposure to the edgy London scene.
Maria Chiara’s new choice of location reflects a need to give prominence to the pure Italian artistry of her clients and to consolidate their international profile.

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