Torino / Tuesday 5 September 2017
Modo Antiquo


At the onset of the 18th century, rife with rationalism, Nature was consistently considered a model, with naturalness being the aim of all arts. But Vivaldi’s very Baroque creation is fake nature: the extreme formal artifice masked in a normal, spontaneous gesture. Let everyone believe.

Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto in la minore per due violini, archi e basso continuo RV 522a

Sonata in sol maggiore per violino, violoncello e basso continuo RV 820

Concerto in re minore per violino, archi e basso continuo RV 813

Concerto in sol maggiore per flauto traversiere, archi e basso continuo RV 438

Sonata in D minor for 2 violins and basso continuo op. 1 No. 12 RV 63 “La follia”

Giovanni Stefano Carbonelli

Sonata seconda in re minore

Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto in mi minore per violino, archi e basso continuo op. 4 n. 2 RV 279

Modo Antiquo

Federico Guglielmo, violino principale
Raffaele Tiseo, Paolo Cantamessa
Stefano Bruni, violins
Pasquale Lepore, viola
Bettina Hoffmann, cello
Federico Bagnasco, doublebass
Andrea Coen, harpsichord

Federico Maria Sardelli, flauto traversiere e direttore
Il concerto è preceduto da una breve introduzione di Stefano Catucci

Assigned seats € 5

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