A. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
T. Albinoni: Concerto for oboe and strings in D minor, Op. 9, No. 2
G. Tartini: Concerto for Cello and Strings in A Major (on the 250th anniversary of Tartini’s death)
A. Pasculli: Simpatici ricordi della Traviata, for oboe and strings
The legendary Venetian chamber orchestra I Solisti Veneti celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2019. Founded in 1959 by Claudio Scimone, the orchestra established itself rapidly and its reputation grew with every concert in Italy and abroad. To date it has performed more than 6,000 concerts in more than 90 countries around the world, including over 30 concerts at the Salzburg Festival alone, and is a recognised star of the classical music world. The many prestigious accolades and honours awarded to I Solisti Veneti include a Grammy Award and a special plaque from the European Parliament. Known for refined interpretations that make every concert an unforgettable experience, the orchestra has a special bond with Venetian music and one of the greatest masters of the Venetian Baroque, Antonio Vivaldi. It also has close ties with the music of Tomaso Albinoni. The Ljubljana concert by I Solisti Veneti will feature two of the most important works by these two composers. The names of the Italian Baroque and Romantic composers Tartini and Pasculli may be less well known, but this only makes them all the more fascinating.
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