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Rigatti Libro II

To the 1646 and, therefore, to the last years of life of Rigatti it goes up again the composition of the second book of the Mottetti to solo voice that, dedicated to the rich merchant Tommasi of Vettor Tasca, has been proposed. Of the 16 motets, of which the collection is composed, 8 were recorded in partial form by the Ensemble Estro Barocco for Urania Records in 2017, about 370 years after the composer's death.

Le cantate per Soprano e Basso Continuo di Carlo Francesco Cesarini 

Ensemble Estro Barocco

Adorata Libertà - Cantate per Soprano e Basso Continuo di Alessandro Stradella

Ensemble L’Ottava Barocca

Canti D'amore is a project dedicated to the compositions of women and men in the Romantic repertoire. It provides the opportunity to share the complex expressive sensitivity of both and highlight the extraordinary role that the Music in exalting and encouraging the musical genius of two souls linked in the same Art, be they a couple or grown in the same family. This project consists of three distinct dedicated to: Clara and Robert Schumann, Alma and Gustav Mahler, Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn. With Olga Tarasevich at the piano



Remedios la Bella is one of the most charming characters of "One hundred years of solitude" (García Márquez): Ursula’s great granddaughter, she lives shut up in her house because of her unsettling beauty, able to let any man go crazy for her. The programme proposes a fascinating trip through the Spanish and Latin America musical culture, touching lightly the most beautiful Lied pages of artist of the likes of De Falla, Rodrigo, Turina, Granados, Albeniz, Piazzolla.  With Andrea Stefenell at the piano


Recital dedicated to the chamber compositions of the Great Italian Opera Authors of 1800s, masters of Belcanto able to recreate the magic and form of the grand operas in their works. As musical miniatures, in a cosy environment it is possible to find the same expressive liveliness of the authors, who polish the poetic texts with singing and piano virtuosity. The deep emotion of the phrase alternated with the spontaneity of the rhythms of the dance, recreate the atmosphere of the “yesteryear”, when graceful ladies and polished gentlemen experienced the delight of music and conviviality in noble salons, unintentional protagonists of a cultural world, today vaguely lost. With Andrea Stefenell at the piano 

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