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Antonio Vivaldi 

(1678 - 1741)

 

Matej Benda - countertenor 

31. 3. 2022 at 6:00 pm 

synagogue Nitra

The concert will take place within the festival Nitrianska hudobná jar

Entrance fee 3€

26. 2. 2022 Evangelical church Strečnianska 15, Bratislava

J. B. de Boismortier (1689 - 1755)

Serenade

cantata L´Hyver

Balet de village

Soloists:

Tereza Zimková - soprano

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Mária Posch - baroque transverse flute

  • Radka Kubínová- baroque transverse flute

  • Peter Zelenka - baroque violin

  • Adam Szendrei - baroque violin

  • Michal Raitmajer - viola da gamba

  • Adam Štefunko - harpsichord

  • Jakub Mitrík - theorbo, baroque guitar

4. 11. 2021 Zichy palace, Bratislava

5. 11. 2021 Evangelical church, Trnava

La Magnifique

Program:

Dornel, Marais, Clérambault

Soloists:

Tereza Zimková - soprano

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Mária Posch - baroque transverse flute

  • Dorota Matejová - baroque transverse flute

  • Peter Zelenka - baroque violin

  • Adam Szendrei - baroque violin

  • Michal Raitmajer - viola da gamba

  • Martin Gedeon - harpsichord

  • Jakub Mitrík - theorbo

4.8.2021 Kostel svatých Janů, Brno

7.8.2021 Kroměříž (within the festival Hortus Magicus)

12 | 13 | 14.8.2021 bazilika Navštívení Panny Marie, Svatý Kopeček (within the festival Olomoucké barokní slavnosti)

Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf: Il Davide

The production was a cooperation of the ensembles Arte dei Suonatori (PL), Il Cuore Barocco (SK), Musica Aeterna (HU), Volantes Orchestra (CZ) and Societas Incognitorum (CZ)

5.6.2021 at 6:00 pm Mansion Ivanka pri Dunaji

 

Coffee with Bach

Programme:

Johann Sebastian Bach

Orchestral suite BWV 1070

Cantata BWV 209

Soloists:

Michaela Kušteková - soprano

Mária Posch - baroque transverse flute

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Peter Zelenka - baroque violin

  • Adam Szendrei - baroque violin

  • Michal Raitmajer - baroque cello

  • Martin Gedeon - harpsichord

  • Jakub Mitrík - theorbo

Samples from our concerts

Picture by: Ján Lukáš

Concert in Slovak Philharmonic - Marc-Antoine Charpentier

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