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We present the second part of 12. Misteria Paschalia documentary!
Add date: Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Take a look at the first part of the exclusive documentary film from our Festival!
Add date: Thursday, 9 April 2015

Whatever is, is right! Handel’s Jephtha, Accademia Bizantina, Ottavio Dantone
Add date: Monday, 6 April 2015

An admirable, or rather splendid culmination of the festival. As if all strengths of previous concerts had been integrated into one whole. Handel’s last oratorio was performed by the Accademia Bizantina orchestra, the Capella Cracoviensis Chamber Choir and soloists, and the entire concert was conducted by Ottavio Dantone.

Readings in the darkness. Leçons de ténèbres and Les Talens Lyrique
Add date: Sunday, 5 April 2015

Music for one-two voices and basso continuo: the organ or the harpsichord and the viola. It is hard to find a more modest set of instruments, but we do not feel that anything is missing here. Just the opposite: the music reaches the fullest sound in its melodic declamatory quality, in dialogues of two voices and in its contemplative immersion. This is the secret of Leçons de ténebres Lessons of Darkness, which were written in France during Louis XIV’s rule mainly for texts of the Lamentations of Jeremiah and Psalms. The music of the most intimate nocturnes by Georges de la Tour – those in which the light of a candle faintly crawls across hands and faces, leaving more to be guessed than is shown directly.

The naturalness of the Baroque. Pasquini, La sete di Cristo
Add date: Saturday, 4 April 2015

The 17th century is always marked by a peculiar climate. What will reach a virtuoso level at a later date, here is simply graceful and dynamic; what will be astonishing, here is attractive; what will later be richly adorned with relief in the highest taste, here is still only plastic. Obviously, the tendency to flashiness is also present, but it is counterbalanced by simplicity and unpretentiousness – the qualities of the genuine Baroque style that is opposed to the late Baroque period, which is actually an equivalent of the sleek splendour of Rococo. This genuine 17th-century style was present in the work that was performed in a captivating fashion by Academia Montis Regalis yesterday: Alessandro de Marchi conducted Bernardo Pasquini’s oratorio La sete di Cristo.

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