Philippe Jaroussky - Vivaldi's introduzioni - Filiae maestae Jerusalem
On February 28th, Philippe Jaroussky sings a Vivaldi aria, with that angelic & amzing voice. Later on that evening, he is awarded 2007 best French lyrical artist.
Vivaldi Concierto para 2 cellos
Giovanni Sollima - Jean Guihen Queyras,cellos Sinfonieta Amsterdam.
Vivaldi: Concerto for 2 violins in A minor
Vivaldi: Concerto for two violins and strings in a minor Julie Eskar & Eric Heide, Violins Danish National Chamber Orchestra
HAUSER - Adagio (Albinoni)
https://www.instagram.com/hausercello https://www.facebook.com/hauserofficial Hauser performing Adagio by Albinoni with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski...
Antonio Vivaldi - Double cello concerto - Henri Demarquette / Claire-Lise Démettre - OCNE / Nicolas Krauze
Henri Demarquette et Claire-Lise Démettre interprètent le concerto pour deux violoncelles en sol mineur de Vivaldi. Orchestre de Chambre de la Nouvelle Europ...
History’s Great Romantics
From poets and presidents to kings and courtesans, history is filled with great romances and timeless love stories. This Valentine's Day, discover some of history's most famous tales of love and loss....
10 paintings with hidden meanings
After revelations that an artist hid a Monica Lewinsky reference in an official portrait of Bill Clinton, Mark Hudson lists 10 more paintings with secrets
World premiere of Vivaldi's earliest known work
The newly-discovered earliest known work by Italian baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi is being premiered at a concert on Monday in Florence, at the city's renowned Uffizi art museum.
Canzon septimi toni (Giovanni Gabrieli, 1597)
The Green Mountain Project (music director Scott Metcalfe and artistic director Jolle Greenleaf) presented A Grand Festive Vespers in Venice, c. 1640, for t...
Giovanni Gabrieli - Canzon septimi toni (Giovanni Gabrieli, 1597)
The Green Mountain Project (music director Scott Metcalfe and artistic director Jolle Greenleaf) presented A Grand Festive Vespers in Venice, c. 1640, for t...
Vincenzo Scamozzi - Empire of the Eye: The Magic of Illusion 7/7 (NGA)
Empire of the Eye: The Magic of Illusion - Teatro Olimpico - Andrea Palladio The set design by Vincenzo Scamozzi for Palladio's covered theater draws us in. ...
Andrea Palladio - David Chipperfield RA: Andrea Palladio through the eyes of contemporary architects
Part of the exhibition 'Andrea Palladio: Through the eyes of contemporary architects' at the Royal Academy of Arts, London (until 21 April 2009). Andrea Pall...
Alessandro Marcello
Alessandro Marcello - Concerto for oboe and strings - 2nd movement - Adagio - in D minor. Oboe played by Derek Wickens. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra lead by ...
Antonio Caldara
ANTONIO CALDARA (c.1670 - 1736) Crucifixus for 16 voices Performed by the Balthasar-Neumann-Chor and Ensemble Directed by Thomas Hengelbrock *Antonio Calda...
Antonio Lotti
Miserere by Antonio Lotti (1666-1740), performed by Voci del Tesoro. You can help support Choral Treasure by purchasing this CD. www.choraltreasure.org.
Giovanni Marco Pitteri
Giovanni Marco Pitteri (1703–1767) was an Italian engraver of the late-Baroque period in his native Venice. He made densely incised, with nearly photographic quality shading, engraved portraits. He e...
Francesco Cornaro (cardinal)
Francesco Cornaro (1478 – 26 September 1543) was an Italian cardinal.He was born in Venice. He was made cardinal on 20 December 1527 by Pope Clement VII in his fourth consistorium. He was installed ...
History’s Great Romantics
From poets and presidents to kings and courtesans, history is filled with great romances and timeless love stories. This Valentine's Day, discover some of history's most famous tales of love and loss....
10 paintings with hidden meanings
After revelations that an artist hid a Monica Lewinsky reference in an official portrait of Bill Clinton, Mark Hudson lists 10 more paintings with secrets
Marco Barbarigo
Marco Barbarigo (c. 1413 – August 1486) was the 73rd Doge of Venice from 1485 until 1486.Barbarigo was elected as Doge of Venice in September 1485 to succeed Doge Giovanni Mocenigo, who was possibly p...
Girolamo Mocetto
Girolamo Mocetto (c. 1470, Murano – after 1531, Venice. Active 1490 – 1530.) was an Italian Renaissance painter, engraver, and stained glass designer. He was heavily influenced by Domenico...
Vincenzo Reschiglian
Vincenzo Reschiglian (21 February 1874 – 17 July 1955) was an Italian operatic baritone who specialized in the comprimario repertoire.
He was born on 21 February 1874 in Venice, he ...
Vittore Trincavelli
Vittore Trincavelli (also Vettore or Victor Trincavelli; 1496–1568) was an eminent Italian physician, but is most famous as the editor of some of the first editions of the Greek classics.
Trincave...
Aristide Cavallari
Aristide Cavallari (8 February 1849 – 24 November 1914) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Patriarch of Venice. Aristide Cavallari was born in Chioggia, Italy. He was educated a...