Fair Oriana © NN

Resonanzen: Opera Settecento / Fair Oriana / Duarte

Wednesday 26 January 2022
19:30
Mozart-Saal

Performers

Opera Settecento, Ensemble

Fair Oriana

Angela Hicks, Sopran

Penelope Appleyard, Sopran

Brian Robins, Historische Inszenierung

Leo Duarte, Oboe, Blockflöte, Leitung

Programme

Georg Friedrich Händel

Aminta e Fillide HWV 83

Note

Medienpartner Ö1 Club und Der Standard

Subscription series Zyklus Resonanzen

Festival Resonanzen »In Feierlaune«

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Handelian Marvel

Handel's Italian years undoubtedly belong to the great wonders of music history. This was no »output«, what the young Saxon delivered there for his benevolent patrons, but the »outburst« of a lavish abundance of breathtaking music, which bubbled to paper with seemingly divine ease. One of these marvels is now brought to the Mozart-Saal by the young London ensemble Opera Settecento in its Konzerthaus debut: the enchanting shepherd cantata »Aminta e Fillide«, quarry for Handel's Venetian opera »Agrippina«. In the title roles, the British soprano duo Fair Oriana, this time in period costumes and a period production by Brian Robins.

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