2014

22. 8.  2014 – Church of Holy Spirit, Žehra, 19:00
24. 8.  2014 – Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel, Košice, 19:00 

The concert was a part of Musica ex archivo cycle.

Programme:

  • Georg Friedrich Händel (1685–1759): Ouverture from oratorium Messiah HWV 56

  • Georg Friedrich Händel: Gloria in excelsis Deo HWV deest

  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): Orchestral suite in b minor BWV 1067 Menuet and Badinerie

  • Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741): Concerto for cello and orchestra D major

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Toccata and fugue d minor BWV 565

  • Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706): Canon D major

  • Johann Sebastian Bach: Sinfonia and aria of Ricetta gramezza from cantate Non sa che sia dolore BWV 209

Soloists:

  • Michaela Kušteková – soprano

  • Mária Rendešová – flauto traverso

  • Tomáš Kardoš – baroque cello

  • Štefan Iľaš – organ

  • Ján Filip – recitation

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Peter Zelenka, Adam Szendrei – baroque violins

  • Lucie Vinklerová – baroque viola

  • Romana Uhliková – double bass

  • Jana Zelenková – spinet

  • Jakub Mitrík – teorbo

9. 7. 2014 – Church of St. Jacob, Tužina, 19:30
10. 7. 2014 – Church of Piarists, Prievidza, 19:30 festival Letná pauza

Programme:

  • Henry Purcell (1659–1695)): Suite Abdelazar (extracts)

  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): cantata Ich habe Genung, BWV82

  • Nicola Porpora (1686–1768): Concerto č.5 e mol (Affetuoso, Allegro)

  • Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767): Concerto in A major
    for oboe d’amore and orchestra (Siciliana, Allegro)

  • Georg Friedrich Händel (1685–1759): recitative Thus sheith the Lord
    a aria But who may abide the day of His comming from oratorio Messiah

Soloists:

  • Tomáš Šelc – bass

  • Lucia Ročkaiová – baroque oboe and oboe d’amore

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Peter Zelenka, Adam Szendrei – baroque violins

  • Peter Vrbinčík – baroque viola (guest appearance)

  • Tomáš Kardoš – baroque cello

  • Jana Dzurňáková – organ

17. 3. 2014 – Studio, Slovak National Theatre, Bratislava, 19:00

Off-beat live – Milan Tomášik and Il Cuore Barocco

In this performance the close relationship of music and dance in the Barque era is explored from a view of a contemporary dancer. The contact between breathing and music rhythm, impulses of the contemporary dancer’s movement based on the baroque music, dialogue with the roots of contemporary dance. Milan Tomášik follows the relationship between contemporary dance and rhytm, breathing in and out in relation to the rhythmical structure of baroque music. He moves simultanously between the external influences of history of dance and the internal concentration of a dancer. The artist tries to find physical potential, which would allow the moving body to step out from the common dancing technique and the social implications of the body. For the first time the performance is joined by live music, performed by young musicians.

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Ján Kružliak, Peter Zelenka – baroque violins

  • Tomáš Kardoš, Martin Gedeon – viola da gamba

  • Metod Podolský – double bass

  • Jana Dzurňáková –  harpsichord

20. 2. 2014 –  concert hall Dvorana, Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava, 19:00

as a part of the soloist’s diploma recital

Programme:

  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): cantata Ich habe genug, BWV 82

Soloists:

  • Tomáš Šelc – bass

  • Lucia Ročkaiová – baroque oboe

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Peter Zelenka, Adam Szendrei – baroque violins

  • Pieter Das – baroque viola

  • Tomáš Kardoš – baroque cello

  • Jana Dzurňáková – organ

16. 2. 2014 – Church of St. John the Baptist, Kráľová pri Senci, 15:00

Programme:

  • Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): aria Ich will nur dir zu Ehren leben from the New Year cantate of the Christmas oratorio

  • Gaudentius Dettelbach (1739–1818): Missa SS. Apostolorum – modern premiere

Soloist:

  • Matúš Šimko – tenor

Il Cuore Barocco:

  • Peter Zelenka, Adam Szendrei – baroque violins

  • Viola Kordošová – baroque cello

  • Samuel Škoviera – timpani

  • Jana Dzurňáková – organ

  • Tomáš Kardoš – baroque cello, harpsichord and direction

Jointly performed with the church choir Nebeská rosa.

Il Cuore Barocco performed at the festival called Veigl´s Days in Kráľová pri Senci with three foreign guests. The soloist was talented tenor voice Matúš Šimko who performed Bach´s aria from New Year´s cantata which is the fourth part of Christmas Oratory. Together with the church choir Nebeská rosa he introduced the mass SS. Apostolorum from Gaudentio Detelbach.

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